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Former House Minority Leader Mark Waller on Aug. 27 blasted the fellow Republican who is seeking to succeed him over his recent "horribly inappropriate" anti-gay comments. Waller, who is not … more
A lack of current funding sources leaves the C-470 expansion project about $118 million short, Colorado Department of Transportation representatives say. The total estimated cost of the project — which would add express toll lanes along the … more
During the week, Jim Parks teaches statistics at Colorado Christian University, but because he'll take any opportunity he is given to instruct, on Aug. 23, Parks was working the shooting range as a safety officer. Parks said his position as a … more
A 17-year-old Dan McMillan was sitting in a Castle Rock Police Department patrol car when he knew he was going to become an officer of the law. In 1989, Tony Lane, then the Castle Rock chief of police, visited McMillan’s high school government … more
An attack ad released against Gov. John Hickenlooper last week started out like any other negative ad — grainy, black-and-white footage followed by a series of assaults on the governor for his failure to “make the tough decisions.” The ad, … more
Douglas County School District's 2013-14 state test scores fell slightly in two of three categories, but remained higher than Colorado averages. Students who scored proficient or advanced in writing and reading scores on the Transitional Colorado … more
Death penalty politics resurfaced in the gubernatorial race last week on the heels of comments made by Gov. John Hickenlooper during a recent television interview. But political observers wonder just how much voters actually care about capital … more
The Douglas County School District wants to make stronger connections with its parents and help them guide their children's education. The district now has a parent liaison on staff, and in September it will launch Parent University — classes … more
Colorado's economic outlook is bright, as is indicated by two business reports that were released last week. The state's unemployment rate ticked down slightly in July, and Colorado experienced its 33rd consecutive month of job gains. And, on … more
A backer of a ballot measure that would require labels on foods that are genetically modified said his effort is about allowing Coloradans to “make informed decisions about what we are feeding our families.” But opponents fear that … more
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