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Information, demonstrations and free health screenings will be available at the Active Aging Expo being held from 3 to 6 p.m. on April 7 at Englewood’s Malley Senior Recreation Center, 3380 S. Lincoln St. “This is the second year we are … more
A man convicted by a jury for his role in a violent home invasion east of Parker was sentenced to 25 years in prison. Douglas County District Court Judge Richard Caschette imposed a sentence of 25 … more
Chrissie Smith was 18 when she lost her mother to breast cancer that metastasized into bone cancer. Nothing could be done to save her life. Smith decided then, that if given the chance, she would do what couldn't be done for her mother. So when … more
A bill reauthorizing a transitional work program to help veterans, people over 50 in poverty and noncustodial parents find permanent work is swiftly moving through the Colorado House. “Unemployment is 3.2 percent right now, which is really … more
Medical professionals throughout the Denver metro area are fielding an increasing number of questions from those concerned about the spread of the Zika virus. The virus, which the World Health Organization says originated in West Africa, spread … more
MillerCoors says it is dedicated to sustainability. Last month, the company officially reached its goal of having all of it's major breweries be landfill-free, including the one in Golden. “As … more
People camping near Denver's homeless shelters packed up their belongings March 8 before city workers started removing bags, tarps, shopping carts and other items left on sidewalks. The Mile High City is another fast-growing metropolis struggling … more
A bill that would have eliminated training requirements and permits for concealed carry of firearms was defeated by the House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee March 7 by a 5-4 vote. Senate Bill 16-017 was sponsored by state Sen. Tim … more
Applications will be accepted through March 20 from college-bound Colorado high school seniors who “embrace creative risk-taking and demonstrate the courage to go against the grain of every day,” according to information from the Museum of … more
For years, Amy DeValk and her family avoided using single-serving coffee pods. But eventually, convenience and variety won out. “We use coffee pods at home,” said DeValk, who lives in Highlands Ranch. “We resisted for a long time because of … more
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