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Some Democrats fear fallout from Sanders atop ticket

Sen. Bernie Sanders' robust start in the race for the presidential nomination is triggering alarm among congressional Democrats, with many warning that a ticket headed by the self-declared socialist … more

Bill seeking to ban same-sex marriage, adoption voted down

Invoking the case of a Lakewood baker who refused to make a same-sex wedding cake and took the issue to the Supreme Court, some Republicans in the Colorado Legislature pushed bills to prevent … more

Epilepsy treatment side effect: New insights about the brain

Though Genette Hofmann is still using her brain, last month she donated a bit of it — to science. Hofmann needed the surgery — her Seattle surgeon was looking deep into her brain, where he found … more

Closing time at Davies Locker

For Randy and Patti Henry, it’s not easy being the neighborhood bar when the neighborhood itself is in the middle of a seismic shift. The Henrys are the owners of Davies Locker, a Shaw Heights … more

‘The procedure is the difficult part’

Westminster police will rely on leadership experience if they’re required to take away a resident’s firearms, convening senior staff to help navigate the new policy. “But the most difficult … more

Winter commute in north metro area

Commuters head home, northbound along Sheridan Boulevard just past 107th Drive Feb. 3. A sunny weekend was replaced with a light storm on the 3rd, followed by a much stronger storm on Feb. 7. more

My name is... Caitlin Cramer

A plane ticket home I grew up in a lot of places: New England, the Great Lakes, and Louisiana. I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to do with my life after finishing my undergraduate degree. As a … more

Ring up the old — Environmental benefit, vintage popularity boost interest in thrift stores

Arvada resident Eddie Marin has a passion for finding vintage items, and he shops at thrift stores at least twice a week. He looks for vintage sports T-shirts, old VHS tapes, hats, sweaters and more. … more

Tri-County Health closely watching novel coronavirus

Tri-County Health Department is working with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to monitor residents with recent travel to China for 2019 novel coronavirus infection as they … more

Impeachment trial elevates U.S. Rep. Crow's profile in election year

The seven U.S. House Democrats who made the case for President Donald Trump's removal from office during his Senate trial included well-known party leaders and members of committees that led the … more

What to know about Colorado's primary elections

Colorado is gearing up to hold the state's first presidential primary in 20 years, and it falls on what political junkies call “Super Tuesday” — when the largest number of states and … more

Storm prompts school districts to close, caution urged for motorists

The second round of major snowfall this week prompted many Denver metro area school districts to close on Feb. 7 and left motorists faced with dicey and icy commutes. School districts to close for … more

Regis University hosts forum for Democrats vying for U.S. Senate seat

Regis University will welcome the Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate at a forum Feb. 11. Eight of the nine Democratic candidates will participate in the senatorial community conversation and … more

Colorado's members of Congress react on social media to President Trump's acquittal on impeachment charges

“This is a sad day for our democracy. President Trump abused the power of his office, put our national security at risk and should be removed from office as a result. Instead of holding the … more

Open Space could take over fairgrounds

A 4-H staff member’s idea to transfer responsibility for the Jefferson County Fairgrounds from the county general fund to Jefferson County Open Space could be a “very viable possibility” for … more

Thornton Council picks Bedolla to fill vacant seat

A 10-year Thornton resident will join the City Council, the other members agreed Jan. 28 Councilors voted to appoint Angela Marie Bedolla to fill the Ward 4 Council Member position left vacant after … more

News in Hurry

Northglenn Police want opinions Northglenn Police will host two meetings with residents to discuss how the agency is performing and look for ways to improve. Both meetings are open the public. The … more

Getting help, getting counted

Tammy Bergman and Joseph Talmich have ties to Northglenn and the surrounding community — Bergman’s mother lives in area and so did Talmich’s grandmother, until she died a few years ago. They … more

FAA gives final green light to Denver Metroplex flight-path changes

After nearly four years since the federal government put plans in motion to reroute airplane traffic in the Denver metro area, the changes are now slated to be implemented this spring. The Federal … more

Veteran transit leader named RTD's interim CEO

The former head of a Texas transit agency will serve as the new interim general manager and CEO of the Regional Transportation District, RTD's board of directors announced Jan. 28. Paul Ballard will … more
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