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TOXIC WAITS: Aurora’s EPA Superfund site could put a giant development...

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

AFTER THE BLUE WAVE: Alarm prompted by stunning upset by 3...

The shock and awe of the so-called blue tsunami on Election Day last November seems to have given way to business as usual in...

THE BIG DEAL: 2019 Colorado Legislature bets big with new laws...

It’s State lawmakers who changed your life 460 times this year. Enjoy. You just might do that if you’re late on your rent and worried...

RECIPE FOR RECOVERY: Treasure House leaves a trail of hope for...

On Nov. 14, 2000, Angelia Anderson snuffed her last cigarette, made up her mind to beat her crack cocaine addiction and walked inside the...

YOUNG GUNS: Stories behind a spate of lethal teen shootings

On a recent Monday night, about 40 of Aurora’s religious leaders and congregants gathered outside of the Aurora Municipal Center and bowed their heads. The...

TEACHABLE MOMENT: For-profit contractors garner praise, jeers and a chance to...

For more than four years, students at Aurora’s North Middle School haven’t met state testing standards for science, math or English. In fact, state...

DEEP IMPACT: Aurora lawmakers OK pact for more than 300 oil...

The first oil-and-gas operator agreement since passage of state legislation shifting regulation to local governments was approved late Monday night, raising questions about what...

POLL DANCING: Local candidates get their election moves ready as the...

Expect a hot summer — in Aurora politics. A new mayor will emerge from a handful of contenders this fall and a host of incumbent...

SCHOOL OF NO KNOCKS: Aurora boy tackled by security officials draws...

Hinkley High School teacher Carlos Valdez was wrapping up his third-period history lesson on racism, police brutality and Malcolm X when security officials stepped...

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Former Aurora Deputy City Attorney George Zierk dies at 66

AURORA | Longtime Aurora Deputy City Attorney George William Zierk III died June 18, 2018 from complications with ALS. He was 66. Arrangements for Mr....