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FULL FALL OUT: Despite limitations and changes created by the pandemic,...

Between erratic prices for flights, absent rental cars and myriad pandemic unknowns, you’re probably finding yourself among the growing number of folks looking at yet another fall stay-cation this year. Fret not. This is going to be fun.

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CITY DESK: Housing prices grow across Aurora; northern neighborhoods seeing sales above $400,000

“While we hear that the market is slowing, I am not sure that we are seeing that on the south and east side of the metro area,” Aurora-area realtor Sunny Banka said in a statement this week. “We are still experiencing fast sales, median prices at all-time highs, multiple offers, and an inventory shortage.”

CITY DESK: Techno Rescue holding electronic recycling drive Aug. 30 through Sept. 11

Most electronic items will be accepted, and a fee of $5 will be charged per household. Some items with more complicated processing needs will have an extra fee, according to a city news release.

Nation and World

Boyfriend of slain Gabby Petito charged with bank card fraud

The boyfriend of Gabby Petito, whose body was found at a national park in Wyoming after a cross-country trip with him, was charged with unauthorized use of a debit card as searchers continued looking for him Thursday in Florida swampland.

Colorado and Region

Final version of Colorado congressional maps released — Aurora’s 6th district...

Colorado's Independent Redistricting Commission released its final congressional map on Thursday, sketching out a possible future in which solidly Democratic Colorado has an evenly-divided delegation to the House of Representatives.


Sentinel Cover Stories

AP’s WNBA awards include Onyenwere as unanimous Rookie of the Year

The Associated Press awards for the WNBA regular season include a familiar face locally as for Michaela Onyenwere, a former star at Aurora's Grandview High School, earned Rookie of the Year honors unanimously.