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The Colorado General Assembly opened for business under newly divided management Jan. 7, setting up conflicts on economic issues that both parties have identified as key priorities this session. Democrats retained control in the House and the … more
Lectures, dance, piano, painting …? It's the perfect time to try something new, and Parker's programs are open to residents and non-residents. Visit the parkerarts.org website for elaboration on the sampler of opportunities we have noted. … more
Gasoline prices have fallen to their lowest point in years, bringing relief to consumers at the pump. According to the AAA Fuel Gauge Report, which tracks and compares prices nationally, fuel prices in the Denver metro area have fallen more than … more
Republicans expressed doubt the governor's oil and gas task force will provide useful recommendations, and are carefully eyeing construction defect laws that may hinder condo development. During the second annual Denver Metro Chamber Business … more
It is not uncommon for flights to take off in extremely cold weather, as it happens all over the world, said Jeffrey Forrest, a pilot for more than 40 years and chair and professor for the aviation and aerospace science department at Metropolitan … more
Colorado lawmakers are preparing to debate tax refunds during what's expected to be a packed legislative session where resolving complicated issues will be more challenging with each major party controlling a chamber of the Statehouse. Democrats … more
Denver officially becomes a “cow town” when the National Western Stock Show comes to town. Longhorns were driven along the streets of downtown Denver during the Jan. 8 parade, and National Western activities shift into high gear Jan. 10-25 at … more
During her campaign for Elbert County commissioner, Kelly Dore espoused her vision of limited local government providing efficient services, and promoted five points that she believes “intrinsically connect,” including fiscal discipline, smart … more
Minimum wage workers in Colorado are getting a small raise in 2015 because of annual adjustments required by state law. As of Jan. 1, Colorado's minimum wage is $8.23 an hour, up 23 cents from last year. Restaurant servers and other tipped … more
About 400 law enforcement officers and policy-makers from across the country will meet at the Lone Tree Arts Center for a mid-January conference on the public health impacts of marijuana. The Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police is presenting … more
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