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Colorado Democrats and Republicans have tentatively agreed to push for changing the state's system of choosing presidential candidates to a primary election, instead of a caucus. The agreement came after a raucous caucus night March 1 in which … more
Colorado's tourists aren't just buying weed now that it's legal — they're ending up in emergency rooms at rates far higher than residents, according to a new study. Doctors reviewed marijuana-related emergency-room admissions at “an urban … more
Sue Klebold doesn't break down in tears anymore when she learns about another mass shooting. The attacks have become too common in the 17 years since her own son killed 12 of his classmates and a teacher at Columbine High School in south Jefferson … more
Pat Wolan and his girlfriend, Kim Guscott, were watching a movie in the living room of their house in Englewood the afternoon of Feb. 21 when a pickup crashed into a spare bedroom at the front of the house. “If anybody had been in that bedroom, … more
Laura Saunders smiled as she talked about riding Englewood's ART shuttle. “I still live independently, but I don't drive any longer so I need a way to get around,” the 67-year-old said. “I like to visit friends, and I have to do things like … more
Ten years of dreaming about owning his own special kind of watering hole nears reality as Philip Zierke prepares to open the Englewood Grand at 3433 S. Broadway in late February. “I have been in the service industry since I was 13, and for the … more
Marijuana has attracted many labels in its time. Colorado lawmakers have begun debating whether the state should give the drug one more often associated with purple carrots than purple haze — certified organic. Colorado has started work on … more
In early January, at a Boston professional meeting, the Arapahoe Library District's executive director, Nicolle Ingui Davies, was named Library Journal's Librarian of the Year — the first Colorado librarian to receive this honor. “It's a … more
A state representative, a city councilmember and a man with more national than local political experience tried to win over local Republicans in a forum on Feb. 13, each making the case why they would be the best county commissioner. Littleton … more
It’s late afternoon along the Morrison Slide Trail at the north end of Red Rocks Park and the sun is starting to disappear behind the foothills to the west. A beautiful February day by most standards, it’s perhaps a little bleaker than normal for the Front Range … more
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