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AG intervention demands reform from Aurora police and fire, city chiefs...

We acknowledge there are changes to be made. We will not broad brush this agency or discount the professionalism and integrity that individual officers bring to our community every day. I am proud to say the Aurora Police Department began the implementation of many changes over the last 21 months, while this and other investigations were ongoing."

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CITY DESK: Housing prices grow across Aurora; northern neighborhoods seeing sales above $400,000

“While we hear that the market is slowing, I am not sure that we are seeing that on the south and east side of the metro area,” Aurora-area realtor Sunny Banka said in a statement this week. “We are still experiencing fast sales, median prices at all-time highs, multiple offers, and an inventory shortage.”

CITY DESK: Techno Rescue holding electronic recycling drive Aug. 30 through Sept. 11

Most electronic items will be accepted, and a fee of $5 will be charged per household. Some items with more complicated processing needs will have an extra fee, according to a city news release.

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US: Wolves may need protections after states expand hunting

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service initial determination that the region's wolves could again be in peril — after decades spent restoring them — will kick off a year-long biological review


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