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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.

Child welfare algorithm used in Douglas County faces Justice Department scrutiny

The AP's analysis of Allegheny's algorithm and those inspired by it in Douglas County and other states reveals data points measuring family race, zip code, disabilities and their use of public welfare benefits.

Buckley touts $1.38B local economic impact in 2022, angles for national...

Representatives from the northeast Aurora military base said during a Jan. 25 annual address that the base had created 5,496 jobs and had a total annual economic impact of $1.38 billion, up from a reported $1.37 billion in 2021.

Review: Pamela Anderson captivatingly tells her own story

From the moment that audience camera zoomed in on her in the Labatt T-shirt at a Canadian football game in 1989, the image of Pamela Anderson was, essentially, no longer her own. It belonged to everyone else.

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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

Global report highlights link between corruption, violence

"Corruption has made our world a more dangerous place. As governments have collectively failed to make progress against it, they fuel the current rise in violence and conflict – and endanger people everywhere," said Delia Ferreira Rubio, the chairperson of Transparency International.

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New Orleans pays visit on Denver on 8-game losing slide

New Orleans heads into a road matchup at Denver Tuesday after losing eight games in a row as the teams face off for the third time this season.