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The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear all appeals on gay marriage bans from seven states on Monday, paving the way for couples in some states to legally wed – including Colorado. Following the … more
Travis Sandlin, a registered sex offender, escaped from the Jefferson County Jail early Monday morning. The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office reported he may have been involved in a vehicle theft, a 2012 … more
Five words that do not normally go together when talking about a government-backed project are: On time and under budget. But that feat was what state officials were hailing on Oct. 2 as part of a ceremony to mark the reopening of the Capitol … more
Jefferson County Board of Education's board majority — John Newkirk, Julie Williams and Ken Witt — voted to revamp the district’s current curriculum review practices Thursday, Oct. 2. “I’m … more
In a 3-2 vote by the Jeffco Board of Education, the curriculum review committee was approved as proposed by Superintendent Dan McMinimee. more
A Douglas County judge ordered CJ Galley to spend 169 years in prison for leading a high-speed chase that prosecutors said endangered the public and pursuing officers. Galley, 24, was convicted on … more
Politicians typically do not make news by shaking hands - after all, it's what politicians do. But during a Sept. 30 gubernatorial debate, an unexpected and awkward handshake between Gov. John Hickenlooper and former Congressman Bob Beauprez forged a rare political agreement on civility. more
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney threw red meat at Republicans in Littleton on Sept. 29, blasting the record of Gov. John Hickenlooper during a rally to urge support for GOP candidates this … more
For the second time in three weeks, schools in Jefferson County were closed due to a sick-out protest by teachers. In response, District Superintendent Dan McMinimee said the district will use the … more
With several days worth of chants and placard waving, Jeffco high school students expressed opposition to oversight of the district's AP U.S. History course. Students across Jeffco walked out of … more
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