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Charter flight: Aurora charter schools expanding into Montessori, specialty schools and...

Recent school board decisions reflect the conflicting pressures that APS, and schools across the country, face as K-12 schools in large urban areas begin to wrestle with the fallout from declining enrollment. Those pressures are particularly intense in Colorado, where public education receives some of the lowest state funding in the country.

EPA taking comments on public health benefits of limiting gas, oil...

"Communities of color, Latinos have only had access to housing that have been red-lined and that are in areas that are more polluted," Galofre Garcia said. "But it's also that we don't want places like that to exist."

Aurora council approves some staff-vetted nonprofit grants, raising budget concerns over...

Council members voted to fund the $2.5 million program through the federal American Rescue Plan Act last January. Proposals included a variety of assistance for small businesses, older adults, health care programs, Aurora students and others.

LETTERS: Greenwood Village’s scholarship exclusion a bad move for all of...

The most egregious and deceptive part of the city council’s action is that the Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council does not use any city tax revenue.

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Deadline nears for Alec Baldwin in deadly movie set shooting

Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins died shortly after being wounded at a film set ranch on the outskirts of Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Oct. 21, 2021. Baldwin was pointing a pistol at Hutchins when the gun went off, killing her and wounding the film's director.

Aurora Sports Notebook: Gary Childress elected to CHSCA Hall of Fame

Notes from Aurora prep sports, alumni news and more.

Nation and World

Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan martial ruler in 9/11 wars, dies

"I have confronted death and defied it several times in the past because destiny and fate have always smiled on me," Musharraf once wrote. "I only pray that I have more than the proverbial nine lives of a cat."

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Sean Payton brings old-school style to Denver in his return

Sean Payton, a Super Bowl-winning head coach with the New Orleans Saints, will work one more week for Fox Sports as an analyst at the Super Bowl before diving into his new job as head coach of the Denver Broncos.