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OAKES: Services set for late great Hinkley baseball coach, APS Stadium guru John DeSiato

The Aurora Public Schools athletic community is grieving after the recent death of one of its longtime staples, John DeSiato. DeSiato, who filled the hallways...

CITY DESK: Aurora Council could replace public comment segment with hour-long public forum

AURORA | Aurora City Council meetings, which now regularly stretch into the early morning of the next day, could see changes if city lawmakers...

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AP source: Dershowitz, Starr on Trump impeachment legal team

"While Professor Dershowitz is non partisan when it comes to the constitution — he opposed the impeachment of President Bill Clinton and voted for Hillary Clinton — he believes the issues at stake go to the heart of our enduring Constitution," he said in another tweet.

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Muslim millennial’s site dispels stereotypes for millions

"Being bombarded with those headlines growing up and never feeling represented by them, I did what any millennial would do, which was to turn to social media," Al-Khatahtbeh said. "I decided to put my own place out there and create that space for us to talk back."
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Groom accused of sexual assault at reception gets probation

"The victim in this case was highly traumatized by what he did to her," Hunsicker said. "His actions were inappropriate and unwarranted. This conviction will, I hope, provide her with a resolution that allows her life to move on."

QUIDNUNC: Wimpy state Capitol protesters can learn from Aurora pros

Quidnunc, whose name comes from the Latin  “what now,” is out and about as often as possible to bring you news overheard in elevators, ...

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