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Colorado House approves 2020-21 budget, heads to state Senate

The Colorado House, on a 41-23 party-line vote, approved the 2020-21 state budget and sent it on to its next stop, the state Senate. As sent over by the House, the budget is out of balance. But … more

Polis encourages protesters to get COVID-19 test

“What happened to George Floyd was not only wrong; it was brutal, it was inhumane and it was murder,” Polis said at a June 2 news conference. more

Protest in Castle Rock focuses on race inequality

Nationwide protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis reached Castle Rock June 2. more

Becoming 'a different kind of place' in Parker

Teresa Engel opened her dream business in downtown Parker in 2012. Since then, Engel has turned Vines Wine Bar and Bistro into a staple of Parker's downtown scene. Hundreds visited the restaurant … more

A very different kind of senior year

Highlands Ranch grads talk about their season of cancellations. more

Centennial allows restaurant seating on streets, sidewalks

As Colorado officials rolled out the rules restaurants must follow to open for dine-in service, the City of Centennial announced it temporarily would allow new outdoor-seating options to help … more

Cherry Creek School District sees ‘multi-year impact’ on budget from COVID-19

For the first time in recent history, Cherry Creek School District officials faced a possible decline in student enrollment, creeping closer and expected soon. Fueling growth in the district’s east … more

No evidence of violent protests coming to Littleton, police chief says

Littleton Police say there is no evidence to support social media rumors of violent protests coming to Littleton. more

How STEM School tragedy changed Douglas County school policing

Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock was in the area of STEM School Highlands Ranch on May 7, 2019, when a harrowing call rang out from dispatch. A shooting was underway inside the K-12 school, with … more

Polis, Hancock condemn Trump’s threat of military force against protesters

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock rejected President Donald Trump’s warnings on Monday to send troops against demonstrators protesting the death of George Floyd, … more

Principal moving on after decade leading Finest in Englewood

Bobbie Skaggs was destined for a career in secondary education. Growing up in Pampa, Texas, she holds fond memories of her father, who was an agriculture teacher at Pampa High School. Skaggs’ … more

Littleton's Weekends on Main: Don’t call it a street festival

Main Street in downtown Littleton will soon play host to outdoor dining on weekends, but don’t think of it as a street festival. City officials announced they received approval from the Tri-County … more

Independent pharmacy in Englewood aims for personal touch

While working as a pharmacy manager at a Rite Aid Pharmacy and a Walgreens from June 2017 to October 2019, Bridget Logan felt frustrated with her role related to patient care. Logan’s job required … more

South Suburban prepares pools, despite uncertainty (VIDEO)

South Suburban Parks and Recreation provides indoor and outdoor recreation to communities across the south Denver metro area. Those amenities look a lot different during the COVID-19 pandemic. The … more

4th night of confrontations in Denver after calm protests during the day

A fourth day of peaceful protests again devolved into confrontations with police after Sunday's 8 p.m. curfew, with tear gas and pepper pellets again filling the air in downtown Denver. more

Parker's Pine Curve property taken off market

The Town of Parker announced June 1 that it has decided to pull the town-owned Pine Curve property off the market while it reevaluates the process for selling the 24-acre undeveloped lot at the east … more

Denver walks back ‘group living’ proposal amid backlash

Denver city planners have gotten an earful since seeking community input on plans to update city zoning code regulations that would allow eight unrelated adults — rather than two, as is … more

Colorado may consider small-business relief fund

Eateries across Colorado are now allowed to resume sit-down service, but Gov. Jared Polis acknowledged “the pain our restaurants have been through” during the state's closure of dine-in service. … more

Elizabeth charities to get recall paybacks

Elizabeth food banks and the Elizabeth Firefighters Community Organization will be the recipients of $3,244 in donations, courtesy of Mayor Megan Vasquez and Trustee Tammy Payne. The money comes from … more

Elbert County, state move forward on variance

After Elbert County commissioners acted unilaterally to allow school graduations to move forward and houses of worship to resume services without an attendance cap, state officials responded over … more
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