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Education reform may be accelerating the pace of teacher turnover not just in Douglas County but throughout Colorado, some experts say. And while some say changes can be made to soften the impact and slow turnover, others maintain it is part of … more
The candidates for the 6 Congressional District, incumbent Republican Mike Coffman and Democratic challenger Andrew Romanoff, remained civil throughout their first debate, held Aug. 14 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Highlands Ranch. But there were some … more
Less than five month ago, Clarity Commons was just an idea, but on Aug. 16, what would have been Claire Davis' 18th birthday, more than 1,000 of her friends and family gathered on the campus of Arapahoe High School to honor her life with a … more
Denver broadcast personality Susie Wargin and her brother Ted have participated for years in the state's numerous cycling events. “We did so many rides we thought, `Let's put on a ride. How hard can it be?' ” Susie Wargin said. “It's a … more
Colorado's first-ever statewide mental-health crisis hotline went live on Aug. 12, an effort that state leaders hope will save lives. The 24/7 Colorado Crisis and Support Line was born from legislation aimed at curbing mental health-related … more
Alamo Drafthouse Littleton will screen three films from Robin Williams' canon of work to pay tribute to the actor and benefit the University of Colorado Depression Center, which provides treatment for people with depression, bipolar disorder and … more
A law that temporarily prohibits lottery tickets from being sold online took effect earlier this month. The law was a response to a 2011 decision by the U.S. Department of Justice that opened the door for states to allow lottery ticket sales over … more
An effort to require school boards to open up collective bargaining negotiations to the public has earned a place on the November ballot. The Secretary of State's Office confirmed Aug. 13 that Initiative 124 earned enough valid petition … more
Both the Democrat and the Republican running for the 6th U.S. Congressional District seat tried to distinguish themselves not only from each other during their first debate, but also from their own parties, to some extent. “If you're looking … more
English will not be the official language in an upcoming debate in a key congressional race. Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman and his challenger, former state House Speaker Andrew Romanoff, will … more
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