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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
Pot may be legal in Colorado, but you can still be fired for using it. The state Supreme Court ruled Monday that a medical marijuana patient who was fired after failing a drug test cannot get his job back. The case has big implications for … more
On the heels of weeks of rain, flooding has prompted officials to close the west side of Chatfield State Park, including the main entrance off Wadsworth Boulevard. All boat ramps also are closed, … more
Ben Dahlman is the new director of the Adams County Finance Department. He’s worked for the county for 16 years and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado Denver and a … more
Opening on April 1 in the Solaire Shoppes at 9011 Harlan St. in Westminster, Front Range Signarama is providing signage products and services for not only local residents, but also people along the Front Range. The franchise is owned and operated by … more
The city of Northglenn is taking notice of a regional and national trend that is turning backyards into homes for chickens and bees. The current ordinance does not allow for poultry and bees within city limits, but that could change. The city is … more
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