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The U.S. Supreme Court's June 26 ruling to allow same-sex marriage across the nation didn't change policy in Colorado, which has seen gay nuptials since last October. But the news was welcomed by many in the Denver metro area as a sign of … more
As long as she can remember, Anginet Page said, she supported same-sex marriage rights. Her passion for marriage equality even led her to leave the Mormon church. “I was raised LDS, and one of the main reasons I left the church was because they … more
In the span of three hours, more than 100 people filed into the Westminster office building, all with the same goal — to get a job. Some wore traditional black suits, others brightly-colored dresses and shirts. A few carried briefcases. All had … more
Adams 12 Five Star School District recently contracted with Denver-based SunShare to provide solar energy to its buildings beginning this summer. In just one year of utilizing solar energy, the district could save $250,000 in utility costs. The … more
Since construction closed parts of 72nd Avenue in front of his Westminster business a few months ago, owner Bill Steele said sales have dropped 30 percent. Customers have difficulty finding his store, B & M’s Motorheadz at 7102 Raleigh St., and … more
Eleven-year-old Aila Verheijke’s grandmother told her a story of being tortured until she was blind and deaf. “If my grandma would have continued being tortured,” she said, “I might not have a grandma.” Jimmy Ma’s mother was jailed … more
The recent data breaches in the federal government’s Office of Personnel Management system are still being investigated. But while that is in process, the thousands of federal employees who work at the Denver Federal Center in Lakewood and … more
Popular foods like pie crusts, frostings and microwave popcorn will be largely rid of artery-clogging trans fats after a decision by the Obama administration to phase them out over the next three years. The Food and Drug Administration last week … more
The Obama administration last week proposed tough new standards to improve fuel efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide pollution from trucks and vans, the latest move by the president to address global warming. The new rules are designed to slash … more
Colorado's economy continues to grow and the state is collecting more tax revenue, but the bulk of the increase is going back to taxpayers and possibly to mandated funding transfers to transportation. That means that despite revenue growth, the … more
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