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Polis won’t say if he met with Kardashian, others over controversial commutation

Coloradans may never find out who tried to influence Gov. Jared Polis and what kinds of discussions the governor held in his decision to commute the 110-year sentence of a truck driver whose actions in 2019 led to a fiery 28-car pileup that killed four and injured several others ...
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Adams 14 school board sues management company, demanding details of investigation

Adams 14’s Board of Education has filed suit against the management company overseeing the school district, seeking documents related to an investigation by MGT Consulting into a “personnel matter” that the board says was unauthorized and occurred as it was conducting its own financial audit ...
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Editorial: What is Denver’s council trying to hide?

You couldn’t put a cork in some Denver City Council members when they hold forth on the issues of the day, which is as it should be — even if it tries the public’s patience at times. So, why does the council seem to fear its own staff’s ability to speak up, as well? ...
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Judge allows anti-vaxers to remain anonymous while challenging CU vaccination policy

The public will not know the identities of the University of Colorado medical staff and students who are challenging the institution's vaccination policy, after a federal judge acknowledged a hostile climate exists toward people who choose not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine ...
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Editorial: Town Board considers asking voters to change methods of legal publication

Citizens of Estes Park, your right to know is once again being challenged. The Town of Estes Park leadership is considering asking the voters to eliminate the full text of ordinances passed by the Town Board and the publication of bills and statements of concern related to contracts ad rebates to be published only on the Towns website ...
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Regis Jesuit High School fires teachers after pro-choice column runs in student magazine

Regis Jesuit High School retracted the winter issue of its student magazine because it contained an op-ed from a student expressing pro-choice abortion views, and fired both of the magazine’s faculty advisors, according to Sentinel sources ...
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Army sides with Colorado National Guard officer reprimanded for attending Black Lives Matter protests

The Army has reversed a reprimand a Colorado National Guard officer received after attending a Black Lives Matter protest in 2020. Capt. Alan Kennedy, a “white ally” to the movement, wore civilian clothing as he filmed police tear gassing crowds in Denver. Later, he wrote op-eds about his experiences and was disciplined by commanders ...
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Loveland Police Department receives positive marks, several recommendations in released Jensen Hughes report

The outside investigation into the Loveland Police Department offered a positive review of the department’s policies and practices along with several critiques on how to improve in the areas in which it is lacking ...
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Aurora police lieutenant retires after suspicious crash, but chief won’t take questions

The Aurora police chief reneged on a promise to answer questions about the departure of a high-ranking officer, who crashed a city-issued vehicle and admitted to drinking beer before it happened ...
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Omicron’s surge pushes Denver City Council back to all-online meetings

The lightning-fast spread of COVID-19’s omicron variant pushed the Denver City Council on Tuesday to shut down all in-person meetings until further notice ...
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