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Under the gold dome at the state Capitol, your Colorado lawmakers take on issues ranging from health care to the safety of children to families’ ability to recover after wildfires.
Founder of Aurora Denver Cardiology Associates, Dr. Dennis Battock is celebrating 50 years by looking back at how the practice came to be and the impact the group has had on the Denver-metro community.
Three-year-old Titus, who has lymphoma, has a wish. He wants to meet Lightning McQueen, the smiling red stock car from the animated film, “Cars.”
So, students and staff at Ponderosa …
The South Suburban Parks and Recreation board of directors voted unanimously to hold an application process to fill the vacant seat of former board member David Lawful, who passed away suddenly in May.
Douglas County school board members approved changes to the district’s equity policy in a marathon nine-hour long meeting on May 23 that started with a protest and board member Elizabeth Hanson …
On the same day Gov. Jared Polis signed Senate Bill 303 , Douglas County Commissioners announced they will be joining a lawsuit to challenge the measure that looks to put Proposition HH on the November ballot.
In a regional effort to widen a high-traffic, high-volume roadway near Highlands Ranch, the Douglas County commissioners approved a $226,418 amended contract to complete the final designs.
When Patti Lujan sees butterflies, she thinks of her daughter, Lauren, who died from fentanyl poisoning in 2020 at the age of 18.
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Valor Christian took most of the suspense out of the girls 5A state golf championship by winning its second straight title by 21 strokes. However, one of the Eagles’ top players added a little …
Tuesday, May 30
Ashleigh Fitterer probably summed it up best when the Lutheran girls soccer coach said it wasn’t the Lions' night. Lutheran gave Dakota Ridge an early goal, surrendered another in the second half …
Friday, May 26
In recent years and matchups, the Mountain Vista boys lacrosse team has been at its best when the moment has been bigger, the stakes higher and the odds unfavorable. On May 22, on the state's biggest …
Thursday, May 25
On a typical Wednesday morning at Edge Ice Arena in Littleton, skates cut into a sparkling, freshly cleaned sheet of ice. Patrick Donnelly is standing on the bench spitting blood because his wisdom teeth were pulled the day prior. But he wouldn’t miss supporting his friends and teammates at a practice. Not for pulled teeth. Not for the mid-March snowstorm. And certainly not for his heart condition.
Tuesday, May 23
Castle View’s excellent girls lacrosse season came tumbling down in the CHSAA state finals on May 19 at the University of Denver’s Peter Barton lacrosse stadium.. The top-seeded Sabercats …