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Athina Munoz, the driver who killed two motorcyclists near Franktown last year while texting and driving under the influence, received a 20-year prison sentence in front of a packed courtroom Jan. … more
Jim Smallwood, R-Parker, was elected in November to the state Senate District 4 post, and he began his first legislative session last week. The district includes Parker, Castle Rock, Larkspur and … more
The Douglas County Board of Education has extended the contract of Interim Superintendent Erin Kane through the 2017-18 school year, meaning the school district will continue to hold off on a search … more
Thousands of women will gather at Civic Center Park in downtown Denver and march in solidarity Jan. 21. “We need to focus on how to collaborate and be collective in going forward,” said Jessica Rogers, one of the three women who organized the … more
Just ahead of Castle Rock’s plan to review its 25-year-old ordinance banning pit bulls, along with the animal code as a whole, complexities around banned animal breeds that are sometimes deemed emotional support animals have come to light, … more
Castle Rock’s local chapter of Moms/She Run This Town, a nationwide club that unites women and runners who are mothers, is looking to revamp in 2017. The club celebrated its one-year anniversary on Jan. 16. In that first year, founders Tracy … more
Castle Rock is hoping to make the morning commute easier for travelers along westbound Plum Creek Parkway. The town’s first-ever electronic traffic signs — a $200,000 investment from the town’s transportation fund — are now located near … more
Colorado's health care exchange isn't going anywhere soon. That's the word from Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, who told the state's 100 lawmakers in his annual state of the state address Jan. 12 that he will resist any attempt to roll back … more
Reforming Colorado's construction defects laws in order to incentivize the building of condominiums and townhomes has emerged as a priority for both Republicans and Democrats early in the legislative session. State Senate President Kevin … more
There's no debate — Colorado needs a big plan to pay for billions in needed highway upgrades. But that's where agreement ended Jan. 11 as the state's divided Legislature began work for the year. Republicans in the House and Senate gave … more
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