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OFF TRACK: The little R Line train that could, can't yet
News 4 months ago
OFF TRACK: The little R Line train that could, can't yet

Former Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan said it would be a “cold day in” — pausing for comedic effect — “February” when the R Line would snake along I-225...

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US adds a solid 164,000 jobs; unemployment rate stays 3.7%
News 4 months ago
US adds a solid 164,000 jobs; unemployment rate stays 3.7%

In this June 4, 2019 photo, job applicant Esta Williams, center, uses Tracy Simeton’s back to fill out a questionnaire as they wait in line at the...

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Once a retail shrine, flagship stores lose their shine
News 4 months ago
Once a retail shrine, flagship stores lose their shine

1 of 3 Big stores like Tommy Hilfiger and others are moving out of luxury shopping centers such as Fifth Avenue.; In this June 14, 2019, photo a...

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AURORA PRIDE FOR ALL 2019: Cheers for Queers brings home all the spirit
News 4 months ago
AURORA PRIDE FOR ALL 2019: Cheers for Queers brings home all the spirit

What do spirit fingers and philanthropy have in common? Lindsay Miller of CHEER Colorado will tell you that they are one and the same. Cheer...

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Israel approves Palestinian construction in West Bank
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Israel approves Palestinian construction in West Bank

JERUSALEM | The Israeli Cabinet unanimously approved a proposal to build over 700 housing units for Palestinians in addition to 6,000 Israeli...

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Black 'feel better' rag dolls meant to be abused are pulled from stores
News 4 months ago
Black 'feel better' rag dolls meant to be abused are pulled from stores

1 of 2 This undated photo provided by New Jersey state Assemblywoman Angela McKnight shows "Feel Better Dolls" on the shelf of a One Dollar Zone...

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TOXIC WAITS: Aurora's EPA Superfund site could put a giant development at risk — and public health
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TOXIC WAITS: Aurora's EPA Superfund site could put a giant development at risk — and public health

On April 22 — Earth Day — a van carrying Aurora Congressman Jason Crow turned onto a dusty road in east Aurora. The van parked on a small overpass...

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Moving US land agency west brings praise, prompts questions
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Moving US land agency west brings praise, prompts questions

DENVER | The Trump administration’s plan to move the government’s largest land management office from Washington to Colorado evoked a mix of praise...

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Gardner: Biggest US land agency moving to Colorado
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Gardner: Biggest US land agency moving to Colorado

DENVER | The Trump administration will move the headquarters of the U.S. government’s largest land agency from Washington to western Colorado, Sen....

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Aurora affordable housing launch tabbed by Ben Carson, Colorado's Gardner, Polis and LeGare
News 5 months ago
Aurora affordable housing launch tabbed by Ben Carson, Colorado's Gardner, Polis and LeGare

1 of 12 Ben Carson references his notes as he addresses the crowd at a July 12 ribbon-cutting of the HUD development, Paris Family Apartments, in...

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GOING UP: Aurora rent hikes outpace most of the nation, with average rates above those in Denver
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GOING UP: Aurora rent hikes outpace most of the nation, with average rates above those in Denver

AURORA | Keep pinching those pennies‭, ‬folks‭. ‬ Aurora rents rose for the sixth consecutive month in June‭, ‬earning the city a leading spot on...

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Lobby crush: Online shopping leads to mountains of boxes
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Lobby crush: Online shopping leads to mountains of boxes

As online shopping becomes ubiquitous, so do the boxes delivered to homes across the country. For apartment dwellers — and the managers of the...

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YOUR NEWS: Aurora Youth Expo set for Saturday
News 5 months ago
YOUR NEWS: Aurora Youth Expo set for Saturday

AURORA | At the Aurora Youth Expo on June 22, youth and families can explore how to have a safe and healthy summer by learning about job...

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CONTROL ISSUES: Lawmakers ponder what to do with a city oil and gas committee that some say now does nothing
News 6 months ago
CONTROL ISSUES: Lawmakers ponder what to do with a city oil and gas committee that some say now does nothing

AURORA | With all eyes now on local government for oil and gas development regulation, it’s unclear how the Aurora Oil and Gas Advisory Committee...

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