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An effort to ban the carrying of concealed handguns on college campuses ended June 26 out of supporters' concerns that the issue could be used as a “political football” to impact the November election. For months, backers of the campus gun … more
More doubt was cast recently on the possibility of a special legislative session on hydraulic fracking, as Gov. John Hickenlooper on June 27 lowered expectations that lawmakers will meet over the … more
Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder Matt Crane released a statement just hours after the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals' 2-1 decision that Utah's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, saying it will be business as usual in his office for … more
A federal judge on June 26 rejected a court challenge to gun restrictions that took effect last year, ruling that the new statutes do not infringe on a person's Second Amendment right to bear firearms, as was alleged by the plaintiffs in the … more
The board of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce has hired Robert E. Golden as its new president and chief executive officer. Marcia McGilley had been the acting president after longtime CEO … more
Colorado general aviation supporters closed the hangar door on this year’s General Aviation Appreciation Week. The annual event strives to showcase how general aviation and community airports play a major role in the lives of not only Coloradans, … more
With its tail wildly swinging back and forth, the glimmering B-17 inched off the ground and toward the heavens. Uncontrollable grins decorated the faces of the 10 passengers aboard the “Aluminum Overcast,” one of five B-17s in existence still … more
Former Congressman Bob Beauprez emerged from a crowded field of Republican hopefuls to capture the GOP nomination for governor on June 24. The native Coloradan hopes to erase memories of an unsuccessful 2006 bid for the governor's mansion ... more
Michael Trickel, one of three suspects accused of vandalizing Englewood High School, won't serve any more jail time. But he will serve five years on probation, do 1,000 hours of community service plus begin to pay for the more than $200,000 in … more
A team of Englewood volunteers spent about three hours Jan. 21 searching for graffiti and painting over it when it was found. Tony Arnoldy, Englewood Police community relations officer, organizes the graffiti paint-out once a month. Several … more
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