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Aurora in search of the great divide

Aurora in search of the great divide

The Tower Road median spans 3.2 miles and sees a high volume of traffic, but at a cost of roughly $100,000 per 0.1 mile, only one half-mile stretch will be repaired this year. That half-mile represents just one-half of one percent of all unfinished medians in the city

Castle Rock council approves open carry election

Members of the public say open carry is a Second Amendment right, while those against the repeal say it is a safety and intimidation issue.

Aurora police change shoplifter mug shot sharing

Aurora police change shoplifter mug shot sharing

Aurora police spokesman Sgt. Chris Amsler said Chief Dan Oates made the decision after learning that suspects were having their mug shots shared before conviction

Two stabbed Tuesday morning during altercation in south Aurora

AURORA | Two people are expected to survive injuries they received after being stabbed early Tuesday morning at 669 S. Oswego St. by a man currently being held by police, Aurora police said. Based on the early investigation, police said they …

Spend or save? Colorado pot tax debate far from settled

Spend or save? Colorado pot tax debate far from settled

"This whole house of cards could collapse in the near future," said Democratic Sen. Pat Steadman of Denver, warning that a future White House could stop Colorado's pot plans short.

Colorado bill banning traffic camera advances despite police protests

Colorado bill banning traffic camera advances despite police protests

"It truly reduces total accidents," said Cmdr. Dustin Varney with the Greenwood Village Police Department.

Judge won't halt second sanity review of James Holmes

Judge won’t halt second sanity review of James Holmes

Holmes underwent a mandatory sanity evaluation last year. The key findings have not been released, but prosecutors asked for a new evaluation, saying the doctor who conducted the first one was biased

Tearful ceremony as Colorado WWII vet gets medal

Tearful ceremony as Colorado WWII vet gets medal

Perlmutter's office says Dechant's unit was captured in December 1944 during Belgium's Battle of the Bulge. Liberation came in April 1945 after a two-month, forced march ahead of the Soviet advance into Germany

Colorado Democrats enter abortion-rights debate

A bill up for debate Tuesday is described as a guarantee that state or local policies won't interfere with reproductive decisions such as abortion and contraception. Democratic sponsors say the measure is needed to protect women's rights

Dog owners warned of poisoned meatballs in park

According to the Boulder Daily Camera , at least one dog has been treated so far for suspected poisoning