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Los Angeles schools make discipline less harshLos Angeles schools...
Students at Los Angeles schools will be shielded from prosecution and sent to administrators for low-level offenses, officials will announce Tuesday, in the latest rollback to tough discipline policies across the U.S. that critics say are miring too many young minorities in the criminal justice system.
Council eyes prohibition on eminent domain, condemnation
The Littleton City Council could soon vote on whether to eliminate eminent domain and condemnation as possible tools in the city's soon-to-be finished urban development plan.
Man Dies After Crashing Car Into Lake at Clement Park Near Columbine
The nation's television viewers know Clement Park as the stretch of greenery over which hundreds of Columbine High School students fled in the wake of the 1999 attack there.
Caps and trade
Several a-fungi-anados gathered at Flying J Ranch last Friday morning to learn about mushrooms in the mountain area of Jefferson County.
Eatery plans fund-raiser for deputy's family
Hurricane Grill & Wings has teamed with the Jeffco Sheriff's Office to raise money to support the family of Sgt.
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Father of teen killed at Columbine to speak in Riverside
The father of Rachel Joy Scott, the first victim in the 1999 Columbine High School shooting rampage, will speak next month at a program sponsored by the Riverside County Office of Education.
Urban renewal authority still taking flak
Littleton's urban renewal authority, Littleton Invests For Tomorrow, is asking residents not to jump to conclusions about the current urban renewal plan after another contentious board meeting on July 21. The board is finalizing the boundaries for urban renewal plans for four areas: Broadway, Columbine Square, Littleton Boulevard and South Santa Fe ... (more)
BRPD: Woman threatens to 'go Columbine' on assistant parish attorney
As hordes of people filed into City Hall last Wednesday for a fiery Metro Council meeting headlined by hours of debate regarding the proposed "Fairness Ordinance," a vastly different, unrelated and disturbing conflict unfolded in another part of the building: the threat of a mass shooting.
Circle K gas station near Bowles and Platte Canyon not opening soon
The neglected site of a proposed Circle K convenience store has been the subject of litigation between Circle K and the owner of the adjacent Shoppes at Columbine .
Mass shootings redefine role of school safety officers, New York Times reports
Police SWAT team officers enter a condemned home in Utah during a recent training exercise.
Roundabout eyed for South Prince, Centennial Drive
Littleton is considering its first traffic roundabout as a solution to numerous accidents at South Prince Street and Centennial Drive.