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PERRY: Road weary in Colorado, we’re fast not going anywhere, folks

PERRY: Road weary in Colorado, we’re fast not going anywhere, folks

Outside of late evenings and early Sunday mornings, you aren’t going anywhere fast on metro-area highways ever again. Get used to it.

PERRYBLOG: Coloradans have faith in their boss's religion and good health

PERRYBLOG: Coloradans have faith in their boss’s religion and good health

Don’t think for a second that people who believe God will keep you well if you’re bitten by a poisonous snake, or that your holy underwear can keep you safe from fire and Satan, would be unable to wreak untold havoc in your personal life

A growing problem: Havana auto dealers struggle with Aurora landscaping regs

A growing problem: Havana auto dealers struggle with Aurora landscaping regs

“It’s easier to grow trees in Denver than here,” Wesolowski explained. “Aurora is classified more as a high plains desert than a prairie. Most trees that look mature have been growing for more than 20 years. We want to keep what we can.”

Aurora info meeting for state undocumented driver license draws hundreds

Aurora info meeting for state undocumented driver license draws hundreds

More than 700 people attended an informational meeting last week organized by Rights for All People, a local nonprofit that advocates for area immigrants, about the new licenses

EDITORIAL: Two years after Aurora theater shooting and no sign of stemming gun violence plague

EDITORIAL: Two years after Aurora theater shooting and no sign of stemming gun violence plague

So which of the 58 million Americans with psychiatric symptoms very much like the growing list of mass shooters do we lock up? And where?

Aurora voters to decide pit bulls, pot and other city taxes in upcoming election

Aurora voters to decide pit bulls, pot and other city taxes in upcoming election

“We’re falling behind on maintaining our streets,” said Councilman Bob Broom. “We try to do the best we can with what we got, but it’s really important we allocate more money to the highway system.”

City initially approves $10.5M light rail parking garage near Iliff

City initially approves $10.5M light rail parking garage near Iliff

It can be more, but it has to be 600,” Deputy City Manager Nancy Freed said of the spaces. “And it can be expandable to four floors , which we think is really important for the future.”

Arrays of light: Aurora solar garden growing again

Arrays of light: Aurora solar garden growing again

“We know there’s a good market for this kind of a product,” said Jim Hartman, vice president of strategic development for Clean Energy Collective

Swish hitting is back in Denver: Kobe An Shabu Shabu gets it right

Swish hitting is back in Denver: Kobe An Shabu Shabu gets it right

I would never share the sukiyaki. It’s too good. Here, a brilliant, slightly sweet broth and fresh veggies comes to the table to bring all the flavors of the Japanese countryside together in one bowl

Stores, cafes in Aurora and Colorado aim at open gun-carry controversy

Stores, cafes in Aurora and Colorado aim at open gun-carry controversy

Whether it’s a burrito shop, a big-box retailer or a diner on Colorado’s Western Slope, shoppers and diners seem to be the latest participants in the gun debate. Some are taking a similar pro-gun stance like an Aurora flag shop owner, while others are going the opposite direction