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Shotgun-armed teen charged with obstruction in Aurora after open-carry stop

Shotgun-armed teen charged with obstruction in Aurora after open-carry stop

“I think this is an uphill battle for this young man,” said Kris McDaniel-Miccio, a law professor at University of Denver Sturm College of Law

AP Analysis: Putin cornered over Ukraine 

AP Analysis: Putin cornered over Ukraine 

In a sense, the Russian leader has become hostage to his own propaganda that has cast the West as an enemy of Russia.

Nursing students at new CU South Denver learn from a bunch of dummies

Nursing students at new CU South Denver learn from a bunch of dummies

Similar mannequins are already being unpacked University of Colorado South Denver campus, which will open Aug. 18. The satellite facility, located at The Wildlife Experience in Parker, will serve hundreds of students in fields from engineering to business. The College of Nursing will also offer classes to 36 students initially enrolled in the program there

Common language: Soldiers, vets, military members find catharsis, drama in retelling their stories

Common language: Soldiers, vets, military members find catharsis, drama in retelling their stories

“It’s really great to feel heard,” retired Marine Sergeant Jenn Calloway said. “I was afraid to talk about this stuff for so long, but sharing through this format is helping to change something deep for me.”

Minority report: Congressional candidates court Aurora’s diverse voters

“A Republican candidate who can make inroads and who can do well among the Asian population in a close race is a real plus as they’ve been tending to vote Democrat,” said Norman Provizer, a political science professor with Metropolitan State University of Denver.

With new association and theater, Council moves forward to fix the ‘Fax

With new association and theater, Council moves forward to fix the ‘Fax

Councilwoman Barb Cleland said she saw the association as a way to create a central identity for the businesses that are right now, situated among three distinct urban renewal areas

Judge rules man should stand trial in fatal DUI case

AURORA | A judge ruled Wednesday there is ample evidence for a man accused of driving drunk and killing a 17-year-old in a high-speed crash in March to stand trial on a first-degree murder charge. Ever Olivos-Gutierez, 40, appeared in …

Aurora man sentenced to prison for sex assault on mentally disabled woman

Aurora man sentenced to prison for sex assault on mentally disabled woman

AURORA | A 50-year-old Aurora man convicted of sexually assaulting a mentally disabled woman at an Aurora group home has been sentenced to 10 years to life in prison, Adams County prosecutors said Wednesday. William Jesse Rattler was convicted in …

First lady asks leaders to change gender attitudes

First lady asks leaders to change gender attitudes

“No country can ever truly flourish if it stifles the potential of its women and deprives itself of the contributions of half of its citizens,” Mrs. Obama said.

Obama to GOP: 'Stop just hating all the time'

Obama to GOP: ‘Stop just hating all the time’

“Stop being mad all the time. Stop just hating all the time. Come on,” the president said in a boisterous and sharply partisan speech in Kansas City.