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EMERGENCY EXIT: Police and firefighters leaving Aurora jobs for Denver at...

A growing number of former Aurora cops and firefighters are driving a bit farther west each morning, and that’s sowing anxiety among the city’s...

OFF TRACK: The little R Line train that could, can’t yet

Former Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan said it would be a “cold day in” — pausing for comedic effect — “February” when the R Line...

PRIDE IN AURORA: A city of diversity leads on LGBTQ equality...

Before 2012, firefighters with Aurora Fire Rescue treated the third weekend in June just like any other A, B or C shift. Calls were...

LOST IN TRANSLATION: Local courts struggle to find resources to keep...

In 2013, real estate in Michele Gillman’s scheduling notebook was scarce. The black Day-Timer Gillman used to schedule interpreters for Aurora Municipal Court cases was...

TOXIC WAITS: Aurora’s EPA Superfund site could put a giant development...

On April 22 — Earth Day — a van carrying Aurora Congressman Jason Crow turned onto a dusty road in east Aurora. The van...

AFTER THE BLUE WAVE: Alarm prompted by stunning upset by 3...

The shock and awe of the so-called blue tsunami on Election Day last November seems to have given way to business as usual in...

THE BIG DEAL: 2019 Colorado Legislature bets big with new laws...

It’s State lawmakers who changed your life 460 times this year. Enjoy. You just might do that if you’re late on your rent and worried...

RECIPE FOR RECOVERY: Treasure House leaves a trail of hope for...

On Nov. 14, 2000, Angelia Anderson snuffed her last cigarette, made up her mind to beat her crack cocaine addiction and walked inside the...

YOUNG GUNS: Stories behind a spate of lethal teen shootings

On a recent Monday night, about 40 of Aurora’s religious leaders and congregants gathered outside of the Aurora Municipal Center and bowed their heads. The...

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Longtime Colorado reporter John Ensslin dies at 65

DENVER  | John Ensslin, a longtime Colorado reporter and a former president of the Society of Professional Journalists, has died. He was 65. Colorado Politics,...