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Paint prices will eventually go up under a new law aimed at promoting recycling. The law, parts of which took effect last week, tacks on a fee for household paint purchases. The fee will go toward the creation of a paint recycling drop-off … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper said last week that he will be the one who selects the members of a task force that will be charged with finding a compromise on issues surrounding hydraulic fracturing. The governor also addressed concerns on the part of … more
Just five years after it started, the Highlands Ranch-based South Metro Out of the Darkness Walk is among the largest and most successful in the nation. The fifth annual event aimed at suicide prevention and awareness is at 10 a.m. Sept. 6 at … more
The Colorado Department of Transportation said its through-lane experiment on southbound Interstate 25 has been a success, and it likely will use the strategy elsewhere in the state. The method included adding a solid white lane to designate the … more
A motion was filed seeking a time extension to file additional motions in the case against Shannon Conley. According to the United States Attorney’s Office Spokesperson, Jeff Dorschner, the motion … more
With Western Welcome Week right around the corner, it was opportune that Maya DeBus was in town last week to talk about her grandfather, who was a cofounder of the event and has a name synonymous with all things Littleton: Ed Bemis. “It … more
Chad Delgadillo, 29, will serve five years on probation, perform 1,000 hours of community service and pay restitution of $201,336.49 in restitution for his part in the Jan. 12 vandalism at Englewood High School. The sentence was a result of a … more
Voters will not be weighing in on hydraulic fracturing this November after all. Gov. John Hickenlooper and U.S. Rep. Jared Polis announced an 11th hour deal on Aug. 4 to create a special task force to address issues surrounding fracking - the very day that signatures to put fracking on the November ballot were due for submission to the Secretary of State's Office. more
Facing a humanitarian crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border, Congress responded last week with go-nowhere legislation that left the issue unresolved as members headed home for the summer recess. And — proving just how dicey immigration politics … more
Congress last week passed a bill aimed at reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs, an agency that has been the subject of intense scrutiny over a number of departmental failures. The $16 billion legislation would provide money for new VA … more
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