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In the first part of our Q&A with Elizabeth Police Chief Steve Hasler last week, he discussed his policing philosophy. In the second part of the interview, Hasler talks about the events in his career that shaped his philosophy toward law … more
Over the past four years, more and more people have poured into the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo — so many that it has become Colorado's fastest-growing county fair, local officials say. The four-day event running from Aug. 6-9 at the Douglas … more
The launch of the new Windows 10 operating system was made an event at the Microsoft Store at Park Meadows mall in Lone Tree on July 29. In addition to giving out 1,500 free passes to see the band One Republic perform in the mall parking lot July … more
Colorado will begin punishing habitual drunken drivers with felonies and longer prison sentences, one of dozens of new laws taking effect this week. Law enforcement agencies will also have access to records of misconduct for officers they want to … more
A Colorado credit union is hoping a federal judge will intervene to let the booming marijuana industry move its finances from cash-stuffed suitcases to the regulated banking system. A pair of lawsuits filed in Denver last week challenge recent … more
Elizabeth Police Chief Steve Hasler has a unique perspective on law enforcement from his time as a detective with the Hertfordshire Constabulary in England. From this experience, he learned to emphasize a guardian mentality over a warrior mentality … more
Fishing guide Tom Caprio doesn’t bring his own rod when he goes fishing — well, he’s not really fishing. His job is to make sure other people catch fish. Caprio, 55, guides fly-fishing tours for Colorado Fly Fishing Adventures and founded … more
Knee deep in the north fork of the South Platte River, John Scialdone whips his fly rod back and forth across the water. With a flick of the wrist, he jerks the rod forward, sweeping the line through the air, landing it in the water. His cast is … more
Amy Smith can attest to the bruising experience of yo-yo dieting. For years, the Aurora resident tried the most popular weight-loss programs and had considerable success. That is, until she stopped doing them. Smith eventually would slide back … more
Older women with mild memory impairment worsened about twice as fast as men, according to research that illustrates the especially hard toll that Alzheimer's takes on women. Nearly two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer's are women. At age 65, … more
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