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According to city documents, the total number of summonses issued for marijuana jumped from 67 to 121 — an 80-percent increase — from 2013 to 2014. The total annual fines the city issued for residential marijuana grows also doubled from around $52,000 to more than $100,00 in the same years.

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This combination of product images provided by Apple Inc. shows, from left, the "For You" section, the "Radio" section, and the "Connect" sections of the Apple Music app, displayed on an iPhone 6. Apple’s new music service is a valiant effort to catch up in the emerging business of offering unlimited music on demand for a monthly price. It does so while acknowledging the legacy of iTunes, the world’s most popular store for buying individual songs to own. (Apple Inc. via AP)

As a result, Apple Music feels crowded with features and buttons — unusual for a company known for promoting simplicity and ease of use. And as much as Apple Music tries to suit my personal tastes, I find many of its recommendations off-base.

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DENVER | Vice President Joe Biden is coming to Denver on Tuesday to talk about the administration’s economic policies. He also plans to talk with officials and educators about the role that partnerships between community colleges and employers can play in helping Americans get the skills they need to succeed in the workforce. The roundtable discussion […]

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Freddy's Cuisine caters to customers at Civic Center Eats on July 14, 2015 in Denver. (Photo by Trevor L Davis/Aurora Sentinel)

AURORA | City officials are preparing to make food trucks a legally permanent fixture in Aurora one year after city council approved a pilot program for mobile eateries to roam city streets. The city’s planning and economic development committee on June 8 approved a proposal to nix the temporary status attached to a program that […]

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