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Colorado lawmakers are considering regulating the use of drones, citing privacy concerns as they look to join at least 20 other states that have set limits. A bill pending in the Colorado Senate would require law enforcement to have a warrant … more
A year after legalizing recreational pot sales, Colorado has more questions than answers about the health effects of legal marijuana. A panel of doctors concluded months of meetings last week about the health effects of marijuana and how people … more
Spurred forward by positive 2014 news about construction of the southeast light rail extension, RidgeGate's developers are preparing to develop the area around the future Sky Ridge Station The 28 now-vacant acres that front Interstate 25 south of … more
Four Douglas County high schools will offer four nights of athleticism and entertainment when the Harlem Wizards perform during the first week of February. The public performances that double as fundraisers are part of what booster parents have … more
Governor John Hickenlooper offered a few words of advice for Colorado's General Assembly this legislative session: “Regardless of size, government must work.” During his State of the State … more
DENVER — Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today delivered his third State of the State address. The governor's remarks focused on the economy, education, transportation and budget … more
Jordan Sommervold remembers exactly what she was thinking at age 12 when she watched her talented older sister singing and performing on a stage. “'That is what I want to do for the rest of my life. I want to be involved in that,'” she … more
State Sen. David Balmer, R-Centennial, District 27, took some time to answer the following questions from Colorado Community Media as the legislative session opened: Describe two bills you feel are of particular importance that you plan to … more
Lone Tree's plow drivers are moving snow with a purpose in mind, using a technique that helps melt and remove it from the city's streets as quickly as possible. But not all homeowners realize there's a method to their seeming madness. “We're … more
The Douglas County School Board walks a fine line between listening to its constituents and carrying out the ideals on which its members were elected, board president Kevin Larsen said. “Whether you’re at the national, state or local level, … more
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