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Read it and reap: Aurora’s public libraries are the beneficiaries of...

“It would be very hard for us to do our jobs as well as we do them without their support,” Clark said. “Their continued advocacy and their energy is really inspiring and helps us serve the community so much better than we could do on our own.”

Sex ed book pulled from Cherry Creek school libraries after parent...

“I can confirm that we temporarily removed the book referenced by the mom from the library for review based on Board of Education Policy IJL,” a district statement provided to The Sentinel read. “As always, families can have individual conversations with their children about the library materials they check out.”

Lakewood baker fighting ruling over gender transition cake

The Lakewood baker who won a partial Supreme Court victory after refusing on religious grounds to make a gay couple's wedding cake a decade ago is challenging a separate ruling he violated the state's anti-discrimination law by refusing to make a cake celebrating a gender transition.

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Abortion Rights

CHASING PROGRESS: Equity in Colorado

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Review: In ‘Tár,’ Cate Blanchett is a maestro at work

"Tár," written and directed by Fields, is, itself, distinguished by time. It's Fields' first film in 16 years, following the uneven 2006 misfire "Little Children" and his assured Oscar-nominated 2001 debut, "In the Bedroom." At 2 hours and 38 minutes, you can almost feel him trying to make up for the lost years in "Tár." Into it he funnels a gripping portrait of power and art, rigorous and devastating in its exactitude, while impressively less definite about a host of hot-button issues like so-called cancel culture, identity politics and #MeToo.

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Nation and World

Climate change made summer drought 20 times more likely

"The impacts are very clear to people and are hitting hard," he said, "not just in poor countries, like the flooding Pakistan .... but also in some of the richest parts of the world, like western central Europe."

Colorado and Region

Key suspect in Vermont murder-for-hire case involving Ft. Collins man pleads...

Investigators identified the alleged kidnapper — Jerry Banks, of Fort Collins, Colorado — to a cellphone that was used to make a 911 call made about 15 minutes before the kidnapping in which the caller claimed to have killed his wife at a nonexistent address.






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Broncos’ Wilson, Colts’ Ryan both enduring rough transitions to new teams

Week 5 kicks off Thursday night with the Indianapolis Colts visiting the Denver Broncos in a matchup of scuffling veteran quarterbacks with new teams who are missing their main running backs.