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For killing the source of his frustration and abandoning the body in an alley, a Colorado man could be considered lucky for just receiving a citation — except his victim was his computer. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that 37-year-old … more
Colorado Republicans are joining GOP colleagues in other Western states trying to exert more control over federal lands. The state Senate gave preliminary approval last week to a bill giving state and local authorities so-called concurrent … more
Pastor Chris Hill's church has become a place where shooting victims and first responders have found counseling and peace in the years since a masked gunman opened fire on a nearby movie theater. He and others say there will be a greater need for … more
Douglas County School Board members lambasted the recent staff survey funded by the teachers' union, calling it an attack on staff, pointing out its low response rate and questioning the objectivity of the agency that conducted it. The survey … more
SkyView Academy charter school has reached a settlement in a lawsuit filed against it by the American Humanist Association. But the Douglas County School District, also named in the suit alleging endorsement of religious programs, continues to fight … more
People really value the Highlands Ranch Farmers' and Street Market, said market manager John Herian. And it's obvious because the number of patrons increases every year, he added. For the ninth consecutive year, the Highlands Ranch Community … more
After 87 meetings with more than 1,000 community members on the school district's long list of facility concerns, the Douglas County School Board said more work should be done before it can decide whether to put a capital-needs tax issue on the … more
The trial of a man suspected of leading police on a 75-mile chase and injuring a state trooper began with testimony from 850KOA radio's traffic reporter, who witnessed most of the March 2014 morning … more
Terri and Rich Elms aren't called mom and dad just by their five children, but by at least 15 international students as well. “I call it 15 kids and counting,” Terri said. “They become a friend, and a family member.” The Elms have been … more
Douglas County Coroner Jill Romann has seen countless suicides in her 25-year career, and that repeated exposure has convinced her there is no one to blame for such tragedies. “Suicide is a true disease just like cancer or anything else,” she … more
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