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Broomfield Delays Vote On Oil & Gas Development MoratoriumBroomfield city leaders delayed a vote on whether to enact a 5-month moratorium on oil and gas development.
Colorado High Court Declines Electors' Appeal To Switch VoteThe Colorado Supreme Court won't hear a last-ditch appeal to let the state's electors vote for someone besides Hillary Clinton.
Teen Accused In Murderous Plot On High School In CourtOne of the teens accused of plotting a murderous attack on a high school in Highlands Ranch has waived her right to a preliminary hearing.
Hearing Could Put Teen Back In Juvenile Court For Murder PlotOne of the teens accused of plotting a murderous attack on a high school in Highlands Ranch could get information Tuesday on when a crucial hearing will happen.
Hearing For Teen Accused In Murder Plot At High SchoolOne of the teens accused of plotting a murderous attack on a high school in Highlands Ranch is scheduled to appear before a judge on Wednesday.
Colorado High Court Makes Ruling On Health Records In School Threat CaseThe Colorado Supreme Court has made an important ruling in the case of two teenage girls accused of threatening Mountain Vista High School.
Man Who Shot 62-Year-Old Store Clerk In The Back Resentenced, 'System Needs Reform'A man who was sentenced to life in prison for murder and had the ruling overturned has been resentenced.
Less Energy Cash, Rebates Could Mean Budget Cuts In ColoradoDiminished revenues from Colorado's depressed energy sector and court-ordered tax rebates to oil companies mean lawmakers will tackle spending cuts to avert a general fund shortfall next fiscal year,.
Jeffco Teacher’s Union Says Court Ruling 'Eviscerates Privacy Rights' Of Public EmployeesTwo years after teachers at four Jefferson County high schools staged a sickout the school district has released the names of teachers absent on the days in question.
Court: Jeffco Schools Must Release List of Teachers Who Walked Off JobThe Colorado Supreme Court has decided not to intervene in a state appellate court’s decision to release the names of Jefferson County teachers who took part in sickouts at four schools in 2014.
Marijuana Skeptics Take Aim At Potency In ColoradoColorado pot skeptics have been cleared to start work on the most sweeping effort yet to attack legalization of the drug.
Douglas County School District Sued Again For 'Unconstitutional' Voucher ProgramThe Douglas County school district is headed back to court for concerns surrounding their voucher program, a debate that began years ago.

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