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After the Aurora theater shooting, after the Arapahoe High School tragedy, state legislators finally got it. In 2014, they came together in a bipartisan manner to approve $25 million annually to deal with the escalating issue of mental health in … more
To accommodate growth and expand services, Denver-based Mothers' Milk Bank and the Rocky Mountain Children's Health Foundation are relocating to Arvada. “We need to grow,” said Luanne Williams, executive director of the nonprofit Rocky … more
Former Tri-lakes resident, Nepal factory owner, and Air Force Academy Graduate Corban Bryant, said his family and employees are holding up, despite the dire circumstances in Kathmandu, and offers … more
Sheriffs in Colorado and two other states may not like legal marijuana, but they don't have the ability to force the state not to allow it, Colorado argued last week in a motion asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit from 10 county sheriffs in … more
Colorado is cracking down on pesticide use in the marijuana industry, trying to end years of sloppy oversight of which chemicals are used on the nascent industry. A state Senate panel voted 7-0 last week to give the Colorado Department of … more
A long-awaited bill to make it harder to sue Colorado homebuilders for defective construction has failed in the Colorado legislature. The bill was rejected last week by a House committee controlled by Democrats. The measure would have revised … more
Lhakpa Sherpa spent two days and nights trying to reach his family in Nepal, but the devastating earthquake had knocked out power and telephone services. He knew his mother visited the Boudhanath … more
Palmer Lake Fire Chief and Falcon Fire Department Fire Marshal Margo Humes says she was one of the first to arrive at the scene of the Black Forest Fire, and the fast-moving fire, on a very hot and … more
Something like this changes you. “Your whole life is gone. Even after you rebuild, the place is sterile, no photos left, no old clothes, no familiar jacket, or hat. Landmarks are gone. Just a … more
For over 25 years, residents in Westminster and the Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District have come together to tidy up the town during Community Pride Day. The city tradition began as part of the Keep American Beautiful campaign, a national … more
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