Amid an expanding list of appalling gaffes and missteps — which play out like newsreels each week on social media, late-night comedy shows and on Trump’s Twitter account — Trump at his 100 day mark had the temerity to declare victory to yet another gathering of the minions, to stroke his ego
City Council’s Public Safety Committee, chaired by Councilwoman Francoise Bergan, decided against pursuing any new, Aurora-specific regulations for drones, or “unmanned aircraft systems,” at its regular April 20 meeting
Arrests, meanwhile, fell by 11 percent, and summonses saw an even steeper, 24-percent drop from 2015 to 2016.
In February and March, the industry lost about 60,000 jobs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Few readers know that Clinton scion Socks the Cat is still around and interested in running Colorado. Word is that Socks is actually the black cat of the Clinton family, and, if elected, promises to deport all the unlicensed dogs in the state
The city is putting the finishing touches on the freshly overhauled People’s Rent-To-Own building this month, expanding the growing suite of city-owned facilities in the bohemian corridor
“For me, I’m not sure that this is the time that our city should be reinforcing vague and undefined divisive policies,” Cleland said. “… This is a time that I think we should be trying to work to bring the city together and not necessarily have it be divisive.”
The Democrat was first elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in 1992, followed by three subsequent re-elections. He served two terms in the state senate from 2000 to 2009.
Mayor Steve Hogan, City Manager Skip Noe, Councilman Brad Pierce, and the trio’s spouses are all attending the roughly week-long trip to southeast Asia
This isn’t a driver license application or a request for tax enterprise zone fees or anything close to usual. It’s a man’s life and the life of his family subjected to justice more typically doled out in Iran or China. It’s only a lame excuse that this has taken so long, and not a very good one. The Constitution empowers Hickenlooper to end Lima-Marin’s sentence now