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A bill that would have eliminated training requirements and permits for concealed carry of firearms was defeated by the House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee March 7 by a 5-4 vote. Senate Bill 16-017 was sponsored by state Sen. Tim … more
The focus was on business as the five Republicans fighting for a shot to unseat Sen. Michael Bennet debated May 12 at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce. Denver Business Journal president and publisher Pete Casillas moderated the debate … more
A bill making its way through the state Senate would eliminate the requirement for concealed carry permits for gun owners. Senate Bill 16-017 is sponsored by state Sen. Tim Neville — a Republican from south Jefferson County who recently … more
On some days, Dr. Robert Pratt sits in his Denver-areahome in front of a tablet as he diagnoses patients for possible strokes at up to 15 different HealthOne affiliated hospitals. Today, Pratt, a neurologist, is calling into the emergency room of … more
Rocky Allen, the former Swedish Medical Center surgical technician facing federal charges for alleged drug theft and tampering, has tested positive for HIV, according to a news release from the U.S. … more
Wendy Aiello first met Penny Parker when Parker was working at the Rocky Mountain News covering retail, tourism, restaurants and advertising. They became fast friends. “She was smart and funny,” said Aiello, a public relations executive in … more
Courage was the theme at the 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office's first Distinguished Crime Victim Service Awards, held at Two Penguins Tap and Grill in Centennial. “These are phenomenal people, “ said District Attorney George … more
Two people are dead after an apparent murder-suicide in an apartment a block north of Littleton High School the afternoon of Jan. 6. Littleton Fire Rescue responded to the call not far from the … 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
A makeshift memorial of flowers and photos near a Centennial intersection paid tribute to two women killed in an automobile crash last week. The victims have been identified as Audrey Carolyn Burton, 77, and Gayle Brown Buckwalter, 82. Both were Centennial residents. more
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