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Rush hour involves more than a million vehicles on the roads in the metro Denver area, according to a study done by the Denver Regional Council of Governments. “Right now about 75 percent of commuters are single-occupant drivers. Our goal is to … more
Core Progression opened in July of 2012 with one goal in mind — to be the best personal training studio in Colorado. With an open, encompassing business model, it seemed well on the way. Walking into the Core Progression facility, 16255 W … more
Expanded Medicaid and mental-health programs, strident environmental protections, a successful insurance exchange, a rapidly recovering economy and an influx of young people are converging to make Colorado the eighth-healthiest state in the nation, … more
Don Ytterberg, R-Golden, made a formal announcement of his candidacy for congress for Colorado’s 7th Congressional District on Wednesday, Jan. 29. Campaigning as a strong advocate for jobs and small businesses, Ytterberg heads his own small … more
Jefferson County’s unemployment rate fell to 5.5 percent, one of the lowest rates in the state next to Boulder and Douglas counties, according to findings from the Jeffco Economic Development Corporation. Numbers released by Jeffco EDC from … more
Police report a boy held hostage in a standoff in Arvada is safe. The suspect was shot and killed, according to police. The suspect held the teen hostage at the teen's Arvada residence at 60th Avenue and Gray Street. The suspect took the boy hostage around 5:30 p.m. Monday. Arvada Police set up a blockade along the 6100 … more
A pair of Republican-sponsored bills aimed at making changes to the state’s mail-in ballot process died in committee hearings on Jan. 27. One bill would have given anyone the ability to challenge the validity of a mail-in ballot, while the … more
Attempts to scale back implementation of increased rural renewable energy mandates suffered another set of defeats at the Capitol this week. Two Republican-sponsored bills that would have either lowered the bar on new energy standards on rural … more
A bill that cleared a legislative committee on Jan. 30 is one that is certain to make Fido and Mittens happy. Senate Bill 39 would allow emergency medical responders to provide medical care to house dogs and cats. Medical personnel responding … more
A legislative committee said “cheers” to a bill that would allow bars to stay open later, despite concerns that the measure could lead to more drunks being on the streets in the early morning hours. House Bill 1132 would allow cities and … more
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