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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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A complete welcome guide for the region's new neighbors

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Colorado and Region

Opposition TV campaign launches against public health option in Colorado

Lawmakers drafting legislation say they want to give insurers until 2023 to offer plans on the individual market with premiums that cost 10% less than this year — and 20% less in 2024. One lawmaker says that under the legislation, which has yet to be introduced, the state would intervene if insurers can't meet those goals.

Review: Elk hunters become the hunted in novel ‘Dark Sky’

Steve Price, the billionaire left coast CEO of a social media company, wants to go elk hunting in Wyoming. He's hankering for a "real" wilderness experience, he tells the state's governor, because when a guy like Price wants to shoot something, that's who he calls.

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That's Weird

Mars rover’s giant parachute carried secret message

Systems engineer Ian Clark used a binary code to spell out "Dare Mighty Things" in the orange and white strips of the 70-foot (21-meter) parachute. He also included the GPS coordinates for the mission's headquarters at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California

PERRY: You’re not crazy — Aurora lawmakers’ gaslighting over Elijah McClain...

We can no longer explain away why innocent Black men, harassed, tazed or accosted by police, don’t enjoy justice the “right way” like white people do

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

Girls Swimming: Unusual league championship season begins

In a variety of different formats and in several different places, Aurora girls swimmers will compete for league glory and a last chance to make the top 20 in their respect events needed to get into the upcoming Class 5A state championship meet.