“Right now we’re seeing some improvements, but it takes a little bit of time for motorists to adjust to something that’s new,” Sellers said.
Kenneth Ray Banks, 22, pleaded guilty Monday to first-degree murder for killing Fallon Devon Dewitt, 34, on Nov. 20, 2015.
“Without carefully crafted policy safeguards in place, there is a real risk that body-worn cameras could be used in ways that threaten civil and constitutional rights and intensify the disproportionate surveillance of communities of color.”
I voted ‘Yes’ on H.R 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. I did so because this bill – while not perfect— is, overall, a pro-growth, pro-family, bill that will help millions of Americans…. Not, as the Sentinel insinuates, one to cynically heap riches on plutocrats
“(Mike) Coffman has run good campaigns to defeat his last two credible challengers handily in what is a very competitive district in CD6, and that has mostly been done by Coffman tiptoeing through fields of landmines adeptly,” said Kyle Saunders, a political science professor at Colorado State University
Director Tom Tobiassen. Douglas County has not updated their Aurora vote tallies since Nov. 8
“I don’t think any of us are deluded into thinking a pro-DACA resolution would be a moving force. I think our audience is our community, and it’s very symbolic in a positive way,” Richardson said. “It sends a message to our community of what our value system is.”
It’s unfathomable why Duran, knowing at least as much as the public now knows, would make such an onerous appointment
Last Wednesday, my phone and email began to blow up with concerns from friends, supporters, members of the business community and others for Colorado’s possible future with an extreme progressive Governor and a like-minded activist Attorney General
We’re hopeful that the five newly elected and returning members of city council got the message from voters that the issues regarding safe families, safe environment and sane regulations are now critically important to all Aurora residents. They certainly were important to a majority of city voters this week