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Colorado AG indicts husband and wife in tree-trimming scam that targeted...

Joseph Camillo Tyler and Amelia Marie Tyler are accused of conning Coloradans as old as 95 out of more than $40,000 over a period starting in February 2020 and ending in October 2022. They were arrested by Arvada police.

Fears flare that Colorado free preschool could shortchange kids with learning...

While many early childhood advocates and providers have praised Colorado’s plan to significantly expand publicly funded preschool, there’s ongoing concern that the rollout is being rushed.

Hinkley shooting, Sentinel story prompt call for change in state court...

“Publication of the names of juvenile witnesses in the media is a major public safety concern, opening them up to bullying, retaliation and additional acts of violence,” interim Aurora police Chief Art Acevedo said in a statement.

Marvel’s Simu Liu dedicates ‘sensory room’ at Warriors arena

"Pretty neat. It's simple. It's perfect," Liu said. "What an incredible opportunity that we've given so many fans that ordinarily would have only dreamt of coming to Chase Center to watch the Golden State Warriors play."

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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.

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52 days without reliable running water: Did Colorado’s mobile home protections...

“I do think that both the county and the state used all of the regulatory power that’s been granted to try and get this situation resolved as soon as possible,” said Summit County Commissioner Tamara Pogue. “That said, it took way too long.”

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