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Arapahoe County district court judge censured, resigns after using N-word, showing...

Chase was originally appointed to the bench by former Gov. John Hickenlooper in 2014. She won another six-year term to her seat in Aurora’s largest judicial district in 2016 with more than two thirds of the vote, according to election records. A state panel on judicial performance that reviews judge’s work prior to elections voted 10-0 to keep her on the bench five years ago.


Sentinel Colorado joined with media across the state to focus on mental health and stress during uniquely troubled times. Experts discuss the widespread need for mental health treatment. Read how a teacher, a grocery store worker, a drag queen, an athlete and many more are dealing the pandemic, economic crisis, civil rights unrest, climate change and political upheaval.

CAFE CURB APPEAL: Restaurants serving to-go and deliveries during the virus crisis — NEW...

Hundreds of area restaurants and thousands of jobs are in jeopardy again as the state works to contain a renewed spread of the novel coronavirus. Below are a partial list of area restaurants and coffee shops that are open and anxious for your business.




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Arapahoe County offering rent assistance to businesses hit hard by pandemic

To qualify, businesses must have been physically located in Arapahoe County since at least December 2019 and have fewer than 500 employees.

BIZ BRIEFING: Colorado oil commission seek ‘financial assurance’ comment

“SB 19-181 directed the commission to broadly consider changes to financial assurance,” Commission chair Jeff Robbins said in a statement. “We are looking forward to hearing from our diverse stakeholders and the public on how to best address financial assurances in a manner that protects public health, safety, welfare, wildlife and the environment.”

Nation and World

Gaetz and DeSantis: A friendship that may become a liability

"When Ron first got elected governor, he did not have any experience in Tallahassee and Mr. Gaetz did, and so he relied on Mr. Gaetz for his Tallahassee knowledge when he first got there," said Peter Feaman, a national committeeman for the Republican Party of Florida. "Once Ron got his feet underneath him up in Tallahassee, the only thing they've had in common is their support for Mr. Trump and conservative principles. Other than that, I'm not aware of any interaction between the two whatsoever."

Colorado and Region

Jeffrey Sabol to remain jailed after attack on US Capitol

Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled Wednesday that Jeffrey Sabol, 51, is a flight risk and could be a danger to the community if he were to be released. Sabol was ordered to be held pending a trial. Past reports revealed he lived in Jefferson County.

Philip’s legacy lives in chef who traded prison for kitchen

"I was a young boy in prison," Watts, now 32, told The Associated Press. "It helped mold me to be what I like to think is a good person, and it set me up to believe in myself, to believe that I can achieve things."

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Trump White House

US says Russia was given Trump campaign polling data in 2016

A Treasury Department statement Thursday offered a potentially significant clue, asserting that Konstantin Kilimnik, a Russian and Ukrainian political consultant, had shared sensitive campaign and polling information with Russian intelligence services.

That's Weird

Sydney man finds snake in lettuce bought at supermarket

"I kind of completely freaked out when I saw this little tongue come out of its mouth and start flicking around and realized it was a snake because worms don't have tongues," White said on Thursday.

Colorado Politics

Democrats make federal election standards a top priority

Democrats plan to move quickly on one of the first bills of the new Congress, citing the need for federal election standards and other reforms to shore up the foundations of American democracy after a tumultuous post-election period and deadly riot at the Capitol