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R TOWN: Aurora’s not on board light rail

“The busiest R Line trip on the Monday-Thursday schedule has a maximum crowd of 50 people,” she said. “The busiest trip on Fridays has a maximum crowd of 70 people.”

DOUBLE TAKE: What the ‘H’ is that? — Colorado Conundrums

ou may have seen or heard about these and wondered, or you might need to seek them out for yourself. What the hell, you’ll find out, works as a question and a declaration in Colorado

AN ELUSIVE SAVIOR: El Salvadoran refugees stuck between two worlds

“There is no path for us here,” Edgardo said. “I will die before I go back to El Salvador.”

JUST THE TICKET: Spaceport Colorado sells the future

Cover art by SETH HATLAND • Animation by ROBERT SAUSAMAN There was a time we would have marveled at flying to 380,000 feet to experience...

CAR-LESS IN COLORADO: Ditching your auto in the metroplex is possible,...

So in a city like this, where the car has long been king, how doable is it to ditch the automobile in favor of some less-expensive, more-active or less carbon-reliant modes of transit?

COVER STORY: Solving Aurora’s newest crime puzzle

The overall crime rate wherever you lay your head probably isn’t as bad as you think it is, even though these past few years...

NET GAINS: Soccer wunderkinds leaving high school early for athletic college...

  Nicole Lyubenko had the snow to remind her of home, but otherwise she was all alone in a dorm room in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, two...

PATIENTLY WAITING — The new overdue, over-budget, over-the-top VA center in Aurora...

More than eight years after breaking ground and going well over budget by $1 billion,  a sea of controversy is parting and revealing a...

COLORADO’S NATIVITY SEEN: How native are you?

“I’m from Vail, which is a relatively young town. My father was one of the founding members of the town, and he always said what makes a local isn’t the number of years you’ve lived in a place but whether you pick up trash on Main Street when you walk by it”

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SENTINEL POLS: Bipartisan PAC backs Aurora Congressman Mike Coffman

“Rep. Coffman is one of the most bipartisan members of Congress, and he is working day in and day out to forge solutions to our country’s toughest problems,” No Labels Action Executive Director Margaret White said in a statement

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Full honors for heroic Aurora man shot by police during bizarre...

Friends and family said it was Black’s natural courage that made him a hero even at his death, where he was killed inside his home July 30, just moments after himself shooting a crazed intruder in the middle of the night, who was trying to kill his 11-year-old grandson