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Eaglecrest teacher dies over weekend, had symptoms of bacterial meningitis

There is no school for Eaglecrest High School students Wednesday due to the recent death of a teacher who had symptoms of bacterial meningitis, an infection that can be contagious.  more

UPDATED: Fire at Englewood WM site has been put out

A fire in Englewood that occurred Tuesday afternoon at a WM site — the company formerly known as Waste Management — at 2400 W. Union Ave. has been put out, said JD Chism, a captain and public information officer for the Denver Fire Department.  more

Snowpack is peaking higher than usual

Colorado’s snow season is nearing its typical peak with above-average snowpack, and water officials are beginning to worry about flooding and gauging potential reservoir releases. But in some … more

More than 300,000 Coloradans could soon lose Medicaid coverage

Roughly one out of every 18 Coloradans could find themselves looking for new health care coverage over the coming year, after the end of a federal pandemic-era rule means that more than 300,000 … more

Law gives runaways edge over treatment staff

Workers who care for kids in residential treatment centers say they feel powerless to prevent them from running away because of a Colorado law that limits their authority to restrain them.  Staff … more

Colorado collecting higher gasoline tax

Colorado began collecting a 2-cent-per-gallon fee on gasoline purchases on April 1. Revenue from the fee, which increases to 3 cents per gallon on July 1, will go toward addressing the state’s … more

Six things to know about Colorado’s $38.5B budget

No new federal COVID-19 dollars. Record inflation. State services stretched thin by a growing population. Those are the circumstances under which the Colorado legislature’s Joint Budget Committee … more

What’s a ‘reasonable’ rent increase?

Imagine driving down a Colorado highway and instead of seeing a posted speed limit, you pass a road sign that reads: “Go an appropriate speed.” The idea may seem ludicrous, but similarly vague … more

Jeff Gaylord’s death shines light on life of strength and selflessness

On March 15, a deceased man was found at the north bus stop at Englewood Parkway and South Acoma Street. Officials said the man was “likely a transient” and that his death did not seem criminal in nature. Little did they know, the man was Jeff Gaylord, a prominent football player, professional wrestler, brother and friend. more

Land use bill authors stand by sweeping legislation, citing availability, affordability

According to authors of the land use bill making its way through the Colorado Legislature, the primary goal is stopping communities from exclusionary zoning that prohibits the construction of multifamily housing. more

Englewood pauses R-1 zoning change considerations

In light of the recently proposed Senate Bill 213, the Englewood City Council has decided to temporarily suspend its consideration of some zoning changes that could increase housing density in … more

Thinking outside the den

On the caretaker’s property adjacent to the local state wildlife area, sheets of structural steel, once blanketed by snow but now tickled by tumbleweeds, sit stacked on the ground awaiting their … more

Battling property tax bills could be settled at ballot

The Colorado legislature’s inaction so far this year on a long-term fix effort to address rising property tax bills has prompted two fiscal policy nonprofits — one conservative and the other … more

Colorado wool harvest draws foreign workers

It’s that time of year when the best sheep shearers from around the world travel from ranch to ranch in Colorado shearing thousands of sheep during the annual wool harvest. Colorado is consistently … more

Universities may admit more out-of-state students

In exchange for offering financial aid to more in-state students, Colorado universities soon could be allowed to admit more students from out of state who pay almost twice as much in tuition. … more

Bomb threat at Centennial Airport was false alarm

Centennial Airport has received a bomb threat on airport property, the Centennial Airport Operations announced in an alert sent Monday night.  The airport is located at 7565 S. Peoria St. The … more

Centennial Airport to incentivize using unleaded fuel

As federal agencies and residents raise concerns about the lead in aviation gasoline, the Centennial Airport announced it will incentivize an unleaded fuel alternative, saying it wants to be a leader … more

Englewood taking steps to improve water taste, smell

George Gastis, the owner of Grow + Gather in Englewood, told a group of residents at the Englewood Civic Center that he generally receives positive feedback about his restaurant and marketplace. But one thing customers consistently complain about is the water, he said. more

Local leaders oppose Polis housing bill for taking away local control

As Gov. Jared Polis works to find a solution to the lack of affordable and attainable housing in Colorado, local leaders are voicing concerns over the sweeping legislation he is touting. more

How to vote in South Suburban board election

Six candidates are competing for two seats on the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District board of directors. more
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