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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Afternoon News Headlines May 18, 2017

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper directive to state authorities not to fight a court ruling requiring protection of public health and safety as a precondition before allowing oil and gas drilling, appears to be being defied by state Attorney General Cynthia […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 16, 2017

A judge in Arapahoe County today denied a defense request for a new trial for death row inmate Sir Mario Owens. In his ruling today, Senior Judge Christopher Munch concluded that Owens’ attorneys in the original trial represented him adequately. […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 15, 2017

Gov. John Hickenlooper is delaying today’s decision on whether to call lawmakers back to the state Capitol for a special session. Hickenlooper told reporters last week he had advised lawmakers not to make vacation plans in May. Despite calling the […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 12, 2017

Gov. John Hickenlooper is considering calling lawmakers back into a special session to deal with unfinished business around transportation funding and energy policy. The Governor said Thursday he had advised lawmakers not to make vacation plans in May. A bipartisan […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 9, 2017

Videos released today by the Hans Meyer Law Office show Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers arresting people on immigration charges at the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse in Denver. Last month, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock sent a formal letter to Immigration and Custom […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 8, 2017

A last-minute bill meant to ease public fears after last month’s fatal Firestone home explosion passed a House committee hearing Friday over Republican opposition. Democrats are rushing in the last days of the legislative session, which ends Wednesday, to pass […]

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Afternoon Headlines May 5, 2017

The Colorado Senate this morning gave preliminary approval to a hard-fought compromise measure that would spare rural hospitals from the budget chopping block. The bill, which centers around reclassifying the state’s hospital provider fee into a government-owned enterprise, seeks to […]

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