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A number of members of the state House of Representatives are supporting a proposed fracking bill that will require compensation to royalty owners for the value of lost revenue not received due to local governments that elect to implement a … more
With more population comes more traffic, and with that comes lane expansions and added noise. The Colorado Department of Transportation had two open houses at the Highlands Ranch Metro … more
In the south metro Denver area, this past year was one of hope and change, inspiration and pain, growth and remembrance. The following are the top 10 stories of 2014, in no particular order, as chosen by Colorado Community Media's editorial … more
A pilot reported engine trouble shortly before his plane crashed into a Centennial neighborhood, narrowly missing a home. Daniel Steitz was killed and the National Transportation Safety … more
Senate committees last week approved two pieces of legislation dedicated to reforming the state's construction-defects laws. Proponents looking to reform the laws have argued that lessening the rigid process between homeowners who are seeking … more
Colorado youths made a compelling presentation to state legislators on March 16, showing a young generation's attempt to address and mend statewide issues. The 40 members of the Colorado Youth Advisory Council made their annual policy … more
An industry that’s growing by leaps has bounded into Parker. Sky Zone Parker, a massive indoor trampoline park for kids and adults, opened Dec. 13 in a long-vacant, 33,000-square-foot … more
While everyone agrees the city needs more senior housing, only one member of Littleton City Council thought it should go in Oakbrook Shopping Center. “There's often an expectation that property that is vacant will remain forever vacant,” said … more
There was a fervor for gun legislation at the State Capitol last week with seven proposed measures going through House and Senate committees. Republicans and Democrats dished out party-line votes that left both groups at an impasse on many of … more
State Senate President Bill Cadman, R-Colorado Springs, filed a bill that would mend some of the tax-refunding mechanisms outlined in the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights by shifting more monies in excess of state revenues to the middle class. It's an … more
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