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Mental illness is a growing problem within correctional facilities, causing individuals to stay in jail longer, use more resources and be incarcerated more frequently, said Derrick A. Hinds, program director of Arapahoe Diverts Mentally Ill to … more
State regulators have released proposed rules to give local governments more of a say in the location of new oil and gas wells, and they quickly came under fire Oct. 7 from the energy industry and environmental groups. The Colorado Oil and Gas … more
Colorado's biggest nonprofit health insurer faces an uncertain future, and its 80,000 or so customers don't know whether their insurer will be able to offer new polices when next year's enrollment period begins soon. Colorado HealthOP, which … more
Colorado Community Media wants to share the stories of local residents who served in the U.S. Armed Forces in a special Veterans Day section that will publish Nov. 12. Servicemen and women — … more
Donna Callahan presented Englewood with the Colorado Lottery’s Starburst Award during the Sept. 21 City Council meeting for the two-year project responsible for creating the facilities at Duncan Park. Callahan, representing the lottery, said … more
The Cherrelyn Cheetah prowled around the “pumpkin patch” set up in a vacant lot in the 4500 block of South Broadway. On Oct. 3, Cherrelyn Elementary School parents and students staffed the site where there were a variety of items on sale, … more
Two Arapahoe County jail inmates died on Oct. 3 — one by suicide, the other apparently by murder. On the afternoon of Oct. 1, 46-year-old Tyler Hawkins was found hanging from a noose, apparently fashioned from a towel, in the shower area of the … more
Republican attempts to recruit a well-known challenger for a Colorado Senate race suffered a setback when a prominent prosecutor said he wouldn’t run against Democrat Michael Bennet. George Brauchler, the district attorney for the 18th Judicial … more
A cricket club in Littleton. Markets that sell ethnic Asian Indian foods in Lone Tree. A new Hindu temple in Centennial. The growing population of Asian Indians is changing the ethnic makeup of communities in the south metro area. “I used to … more
On a recent evening, Bryan Myers walked with his dog on a section of the High Line Canal trail just west of County Line Road between Highlands Ranch and Littleton. The canal that runs alongside the path was dry, littered with dead trees lying amid a … more
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