• Metro Aurora

    Giving Parkinson’s Disease the one-two punch — patients benefit from boxing, singing and yoga

    According to the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson’s, exercise has been found to improve mood and balance, while reducing stiffness and fatigue. Roberts said there is no medication to slow the disease besides exercise

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    Aurora Central High’s coming dress code receives mixed reviews

    Aurora Central is set to implement a strict dress code for 2017-2018 that would include limiting the color of shirts worn by students to white, grey, black or dark green. For shirts with logos or graphics that aren’t from Aurora Central, the size of the graphics must be limited to 2x2 inches

  • Metro Aurora

    Aurora ponders snagging credit-card criminals that now fall through the cracks

    Instead, cops are tasked with attempting to get digital fraud cases entered into district court, which often demands more significant dollar figures, the involvement of repeat offenders and other factors

  • Metro Aurora

    Aurora WWII veteran reflects on near misses, horrors of war and the A-bomb

    Duvall was just 17 years old in 1943, more than halfway through World War II, when he enlisted in the Aviation Cadet Program of the Army Air Corps. On a recent day at Brookdale Senior Living in Aurora, the 92-year-old veteran recounted his earliest missions and most humbling memories, along with his daughter, Barbara Duvall, who helped him reminisce

  • Metro Aurora

    Grad’s unique story rather indicative of APS’s diversity

    The 16-year-old Gateway High School graduate has been in Aurora for three years, after her and her family immigrated from their home in Afghanistan. Arman’s father is a doctor and worked with Americans during the Afghanistan War — and that cooperation put the family in danger

  • Metro Aurora

    Overland grad’s journey ‘round the world not over

    Arriving in the metro area six years ago, Arbab said it was difficult to get acclimated to a new country, new culture and a new language. But, she said, it was easier for her to become acclimated compared to her two older siblings — both of whom graduated from Overland — because she started in elementary school instead of high school

  • Metro Aurora

    Art project to add character, color to new Aurora rec center

    Parsons and his sheepishly irreverent website make up one half of the design team that has been commissioned to bring effervescent splashes of glass to Aurora’s forthcoming Central Recreation Center once the facility opens to the public late next year

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    Aurora man jailed after fourth DUI

    Leonard Roybal, 57, faces between two and six years in prison after an Arapahoe County jury found him guilty of driving drunk in October 2015.