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Strict limits on methane emissions passed a year ago in Colorado mean the state's energy producers will not be affected by the federal government's new plan to crack down on the powerful greenhouse gas. The Obama administration announced Aug. 18 … more
Unemployment rates fell in 24 U.S. states last month, including some of those with early presidential nominating contests. In Colorado, the jobless rate dipped from 4.4 percent to 4.3 percent. Jobless rates rose in 14 states and were unchanged … more
Colorado's battle over who should regulate fracking could be on the fast track to the state Supreme Court. The Colorado Court of Appeals recently asked to bow out of lawsuits over Longmont's ban on fracking and a five-year moratorium in Fort … more
Four men are in custody after robbery at Ben Bridge Jewelers in Park Meadows mall Aug. 20. According to the Lone Tree Police Department, at around 7 p.m. four men entered the store, used sledgehammers to break through several display cases and … more
The Jolly Roger was once again flying at full staff on Pikes Peak Drive earlier this month. Morley Swingle’s victory celebration was borrowed from one of his heroes, the eccentric San Francisco attorney Melvin Belli. Except, as Swingle points … more
Rodney Crowell, the country singer-songwriter with a star-studded list of musical accomplishments, is bringing his tales and talents to the PACE Center stage at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 29. Fresh off a tour to Europe and Australia with legendary singer … more
Firefighters now have more capability to respond to downed aircraft near Centennial Airport. The South Metro Fire Rescue Authority revealed the latest weapons in its arsenal during a ceremony Aug. 13 at Centennial Airport, the second busiest … more
Littleton has lost an important connection to its 20 century history with the Aug. 13 death of J.D. Willis. He was 82. Willis and his wife, Joan, moved to Littleton in 1963, and he was involved in many building projects in Littleton, the Denver … more
Love them or hate them, either way, they're almost gone. Crews from American Traffic Solutions, which operates Littleton's red-light cameras, were spotted on Aug. 3 beginning to take them down at Littleton Boulevard and Broadway. It could take up … more
Littleton Public Schools welcomed the kids back to class on Aug. 14, along with their new superintendent, Brian Ewert. “The first thing for me to do is to deeply understand this community,” he said. “This school district is a … more
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