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Can GOP neutralize immigration as election issue?
AURORA, Colo. If the apparent slow death of immigration legislation has any political repercussions this year, they probably will be felt in the subdivisions, shopping centers and ethnic eateries wrapped around Denver's southern end.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
Aurora: Man with shotgun seen in two hotels; attempts robbery
A man armed with a shitgun attempted to rob a woman in one Aurora hotel and then was spotted an hour later in a second hotel near the city's hospital complex on East Colfax Avenue, authorities say.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Abrupt end to Montour death penalty case still carries large price
Edward Montour and one of his defense attorneys, Kathryn Stimson, listen to proceedings in Douglas County District Court during opening arguments on Wednesday.
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Tear-Jerking Chevy Commercial Will Strike A Chord With Every Single Dog Lover
Chevy's sole interest may be to sell more cars, but its latest commercial doesn't advertise better engines, sleeker designs or wallet-friendly mileage.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Colorado looks to restrict cellphones in cars
A Colorado lawmaker who's gotten complaints from constituents about drivers distracted by their cellphones is proposing banning their use in cars unless people use a hands-free device.
Aurora supporters look forward to backyard chickens this summer
JANUARY 18: One of Jennifer Loyd's 18 chickens at her coop in her backyard in Lakewood Colorado Saturday afternoon, January 18, 2014.
I-70 pothole repair expected to delay traffic
Winter Weather Advisory issued March 6 at 4:59AM MST expiring March 8 at 12:00AM MST in effect for: Boulder, Grand, Jackson, Larimer Winter Weather Advisory issued March 6 at 4:59AM MST expiring March 8 at 5:00AM MST in effect for: Boulder, Clear Creek, Gilpin, Grand, Jefferson, Park, Summit Winter Weather Advisory issued March 6 at 3:27AM MST ... (more)
Aurora's got a poet laureate but Denver doesn't? You can...
The highlight of Monday's luncheon for Imagine 2020 , the city's first cultural plan in 25 years, was local slam poet and DU student Jose Guerrero, who'd written a poem about Denver for the event that included a memorable reference to the "Big Blue Bear's butt" and even more telling lines about how this city's kids want to express themselves ... (more)
Colorado small business won't get a break on rules, and union gets blamed
Rep. Libby Szabo stands beside 11,000 sheets of paper - roughly equivalent to the number of new pages of regulations that the state of Colorado promulgated in 2011 - before presenting her regulatory reform bill in 2013.
In battle for 6th District's votes, Coffman, Romanoff target Koreans
Fifty-eight- year-old Alex Choe runs a dry cleaners in Firestone, doesn't feel confident in his English skills and, until shaking GOP Rep. Mike Coffman's hand last year, had never met an elected federal politician.
Aurora Crime Blotter: GPS goes missing
Stolen GPS. Police were called to the 1600 block of North Fundy Way because a man woke up Feb. 15 and noticed that his car had been broken into.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Daily Digest: Miley Cyrus makes a Denver appearance, plus 9 more stories
Kim Bossley wells up with tears as she describes her appreciation for being a part of a clinical trial using the drug Sovaldi.
Aurora councilwoman proposes "strong-mayor" system, raises
Aurora is again considering changing the way it operates. This time, a city councilwoman has submitted a proposal that would dramatically increase the reach of the council and mayor.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Opening arguments to begin in death penalty case against Montour
Much like the death penalty case against James Holmes, the gunman who killed 12 people and injured dozens more at an Aurora movie theater, the focus of the trial against Montour will not center on guilt.
GALLERY: 2 hurt in Aurora apartment fire
The fire occurred in Building G of the Santana Ridge Apartments at 1355 block of Galena Way, near Mississippi Avenue.
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Massive blaze guts Adams County condo, damages 2nd building
Two condominium buildings caught fire in Adams County Tuesday afternoon in a blaze that created a large plume of smoke that was visible across the metro area.
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FBI responds to Post Office report of suspicious white substance in Aurora
The FBI was responding to a report from the Post Office about a white powdery substance found in north Aurora Tuesday morning.
$4,000 reward in Aurora homicide case
Officers found a man with several visible wounds lying on the ground at E. 28th Ave. and Wheeling St. on Feb. 26. He was pronounced dead at the hospital.
On Native GroundOIL Drilling in the Arctic: an Ecological Disaster Waiting to Happen
AURORA, Colo., July 30, 2008 -- Presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain brought his trademark humor and down-home charm to Colorado for the second time in a week today, seeking to shore up support in this "battleground state."