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Colorado's two Democratic senators split votes on a failed effort in the U.S. Senate on Nov. 18 to move forward with construction of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline. Sixty votes were needed to pass the bill in order to prevent a … more
Karl Pierson set the date for his murderous rampage at Arapahoe High School eight weeks prior to carrying it out on Dec. 13, 2013. "It is a day of gore, filled with murder, suicide," he wrote on … more
Much will be on the line when ballots are counted across the state next week, but one county in particular – and voters' reaction to controversies involving the school board there – could … more
High school seniors throughout Colorado refused to participate Nov. 5 and 6 in a state-mandated test. Many school leaders, parents and students hope the expected low participation rate sends a clear message about what they believe is excessive … more
Two candidates with good name recognition are seeking a job as part of a down-ticket ballot race that isn't getting the same kind of attention as other statewide contests. “It doesn't get talked about compared to the congressional races, but … more
Gun control advocates say they were not taken aback by recent comments by Gov. John Hickenlooper that initially indicated a back-pedaling of his support for a key piece of gun legislation from last year. “Words are one thing, but I'm … more
For someone who has done so much for the Douglas County community, Helen Krieble certainly has a lot of humility. Krieble, the founder and president of the Colorado Horse Park, has decided to sell the world-class equestrian venue south of Parker … more
Construction on a new pedestrian crossing on the west side of Quebec Street over C-470 has begun and will continue through Nov. 24. The bridge will mirror one constructed a few years ago on the east side, allowing safe passage for walkers and … more
Armchair quarterbacking doesn't apply only to football fans — political junkies were doing it all of last week following the results of Election Day 2014. While many heaped praise on the two big winners from last week — Republican … more
Arapahoe Community College is taking the plunge to close its swimming pool, and some say the ripple effects will be far-reaching. “It's just not good for the community if these things go away,” said Cindy Hughes, who trains there with the … more
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