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Energy czar, wife recovering after 1,000-foot fall

Will Toor was thinking he was at the end. He was pretty sure his leg was broken. He was shivering uncontrollably in the snow high in the mountains. He’d watched his injured wife limp away to get … more

Dems spent $4 million to influence GOP primary

The Senate Majority PAC, a group aligned with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat, was behind the shadowy, $4 million campaign to encourage voters in Colorado’s Republican … more

Coloradans face 10-12 week wait for unemployment pay

It’s now taking 10 to 12 weeks for Coloradans to get new unemployment claims processed by the state Department of Labor and Employment. There hasn’t been a sudden rise in new claims. Rather, said … more

Brighton police chief to retire after 34-year career

Brighton Police Chief Paul Southard announced his retirement, effective Oct. 15. It wraps up 34 years in law enforcement. more

Celtic Festival returns to Elizabeth

Elizabeth held its annual Celtic Festival at Casey Jones Park on July 16 and 17 for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. more

Police investigate homicide in Commerce City

Commerce City police are looking for a murder suspect. Detectives think the unidentified man died during a robbery at the 5400 block of Leyden Street early July 25. more

Castle Rock approves mid-year staff raise

Responding to rising inflation and numerous unfilled employee positions at the Town of Castle Rock, board members approved an additional $1.6 million to increase pay and offer a monthly stipend for … more

Cherry Creek softball coach arrested for solicitation following the suicide of a juvenile female in Virginia

A coach for the girls softball team at Cherry Creek High School and the Colorado Styxx girls softball club, Paul “Pablo” Severtson, was arrested July 20 on a charge of felony criminal … more

Ten years after Aurora theater shooting, community gathers for midnight vigil

Ten years ago, on July 20, 2012, Stephen Barton and two friends attended a screening of “The Dark Knight” at a Century 16 theater in Aurora and became survivors of a mass shooting that … more

Community invited to celebrate Colorado Day

History Colorado is inviting the community to celebrate our state’s 146th birthday with a free, family-friendly event on Aug. 1. The celebration will highlight the things that make Colorado, … more

Elbert County golf event is win for veterans

The inaugural “Tee it Up for Veterans” golf tournament was held on July 11 at the Spring Valley Golf Club, drawing 122 participants in 31 teams. more

Suspect faces charges in Brighton teen's death

A 16-year-old faces a first-degree murder charge in connection with the fatal shooting of another teen in Ken Mitchell Park July 12. The Adams County District Attorney's Office filed the charge … more

Heidi Ganahl selects Danny Moore, Navy veteran who was removed as head of redistricting panel, as her running mate

Republican gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl on Monday announced Danny Moore as her running mate, a Navy veteran and entrepreneur who stoked controversy last year when he was removed as head of … more

Colorado tourism businesses rebound in 2021

The Colorado tourism industry is bouncing back from the pandemic, but the recovery is not evenly distributed across the state. Front Range urban destinations have yet to see traffic return to 2019 … more

Mental health providers say they were “blindsided” again by Medicaid policies

Colorado mental health counselors in private practice say they’ve been surprised once again with new rules that will make it harder to treat the state’s most vulnerable patients: those with … more

Colorado health insurance prices set to jump next year

Health insurance prices for many Coloradans could rise by as much as 11% next year, the largest jump in five years. That’s the bad news in preliminary rate filings released July 12 by the Colorado … more

Environmental group sues over state’s air quality

The Environmental Protection Agency unlawfully approved a weak ozone-reduction plan from Colorado regulators, and should do far more to limit oil and gas drilling and other pollution in the Denver … more

Seven state Senate districts could shift control

The Colorado Senate is likely where Republicans have their best shot this year of taking back some control of state government from Democrats after four years in the minority of the legislative and … more

Adams 14 board president resigns

Adams 14 board of education President Ramona Lewis resigned. The announcemenet came from the district July 19; the resignation took effect July 17. Her term on the board began in 2019. A press … more

Elbert Day Festival is a hit

It was a scorching Saturday at the annual Elbert Day Festival on July 9, as hundreds of attendees from all around Elbert County showed up to take part in fun events, have great food, and shop from local vendors. more
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