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Judge does not grant preliminary injunction to halt trail construction at Rocky Flats

A U.S. District Court judge presiding over the case concerning the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge did not grant a preliminary injunction that would have blocked trail construction on the refuge … more

Nevada inmate charged with 1984 Lakewood, Aurora slayings

Police in Lakewood and Aurora have identified a suspect they believe is responsible for multiple murders more than 34 years ago. In a joint news conference Aug. 10, Lakewood and Aurora police … more

E-470 board to eliminate vehicle registration fee

The final steps are wrapping up to eliminate the vehicle registration fee for Colorado motorists living in counties where the fees have been imposed. The E-470 Board of Directors unanimously voted … more

Town hall meetings planned for nuclear weapons workers

Nuclear weapons workers in the Colorado Front Range area can get specific information about the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act at upcoming town hall meetings. … more

Education tax measure makes November ballot

Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams announced Aug. 9 that a proposed constitutional amendment that would boost income taxes to raise money for education made the ballot. Initiative 93, also … more

Book spotlights mystery at center of James Holmes

A psychiatrist who spent hours talking with mass murderer James Holmes says that what led Holmes to open fire in a crowded Aurora movie theater was a one-of-a-kind vortex of his mental illness, his … more

High-profile initiatives could be on way to November ballot

Petitions for an anti-fracking measure and an energy industry-backed property rights initiative topped the list of proposed November ballot questions submitted to Colorado's secretary of state ahead … more

Summit links education and industry to innovate together

A recent survey conducted by Colorado Succeeds, a nonprofit organization that brings business leaders across the state together, found that 77 percent of employers say it has been difficult to hire … more

Jeffco sheriff assigns four more deputies to schools

Beginning with the 2018-19 school year, Jefferson County Sheriff Jeff Shrader is allocating four additional deputies to serve as school resource officers (SROs) for Jefferson County Public Schools in … more

Community leaders oppose Trump’s rollback of clean car standards

Several Colorado leaders are vocally defending the state’s ability to protect air quality through vehicle regulation. “We need to remember that policies made at the federal level impact … more

Suspected thief shot, second in custody

One man was killed Aug. 2 and another fled the scene on foot after Westminster police responded to reports of a theft in progress. Police responded to the shopping area at the 11800 block of Sheridan … more

Recovery, investigation into Westbury Apartment fire continues

A deadly apartment fire that killed two July 22 has been ruled an arson, according to a joint press release from Westminster’s Police and Fire Departments and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, … more

School year starts for Riverdale Ridge

It’s going to take two years for Riverdale Ridge to transition into a full-blown high school, with a graduating class of its own, a senior prom and competitive athletics. But the building is ready … more

Northglenn names new manager

A former Wheatridge City employee will take over as Northglenn’s city manager. City Councilors voted July 23 to hire Heather Geyer as the manager, effective Aug. 20. Geyer replaces former city … more

In Their Business

Yellowbelly Chicken opens in Westminster Vail-born Yellowbelly Chicken opened its fifth Colorado location July 31 at 120th and Huron in Westminster. The fast, casual chicken restaurant features … more

Tri-County Health launches first Baby Cafe in Thornton

Tri-County Health Department opened Colorado’s newest Baby Café on July 31 at Every Child Pediatrics in Thornton. Baby Café USA, established in 2011, is a national network of free breastfeeding … more

Fun times at the fairgrounds

The Adams County Fair returned to county’s Regional Park in Brighton Aug. 1 through 5 for the 114th year featuirng a carnival midway with games, food and rides as well as live stock judging. more

Volunteers brighten Westminster school

Volunteers from Lowes Home Improvement stores north of Westminster converged on Mesa Elementary School August 3 to add some landscaping, a bit of paint and generally brighten things up. Classes at … more

Basecamp Provisions owner offers advice for mobile restaurateurs

Starting your own business is no easy feat and a food truck business is even harder but the rewards can outweigh the hardships according to Basecamp Provisions owner Ben Susnick. “There was a lot … more

Shut off: Thornton pipeline plan fails test

Thornton officials will go back to the drawing board after Larimer officials tabled their plan to build a 22-mile pipeline to help bring water to the city. Larimer County Commissioners said that … more
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