Afternoon Headlines June 1, 2017

The organization that funded last year’s campaign, that led to the voter approved sugary drink tax, is criticizing Boulder officials for giving CU an exemption on the tax for a year. Healthier Colorado issued a news release yesterday accusing the […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 31, 2017

Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday signed into law a sweeping bill intended to save rural hospitals, put dollars into rural schools and help get roads in rural Colorado a little more up to speed. The measure saves hospitals around the […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 30, 2017

The U.S. Supreme Court has again delayed a possible hearing of a case involving a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. The case was excluded from an order list that was released by […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 26, 2017

One worker was killed and three injured near Mead yesterday afternoon when an oil tank battery exploded. The facility, which stores extracted oil and gas awaiting transport, is owned and operated by Anadarko Petroleum. The company also owns the improperly […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 25, 2017

Low income public transits riders in the metro area will not be benefiting from an expansion of discount passes by RTD. Regional Transportation District board members voted 11 to 3 on Tuesday night to not increase funding for the program […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 24, 2017

Greeley homeowners are heartened by an announcement from Extraction Oil and Gas Monday that the company will install a transport pipeline at its Triple Creek development site, eliminating the need for almost two dozen large storage tanks and thousands of […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 23, 2017

Yesterday, Governor Hickenlooper signed a bill into law that could pave the way for a passenger rail service along Colorado’s Front Range and expanding the Southwest Chief Route currently operated by Amtrak in the south western part of the state. […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 22, 2017

Bad news for JeffCo children and parents: Jeffco Public Schools district handed out more suspensions to young students than any other Colorado district last school year, data shows. A data review by Chalkbeat Colorado found that the 86,000-student district, Colorado’s […]

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