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“Not trying to be the drone police”: Colorado towns writing UAV rules strive to balance privacy, freedom

Greenwood Village will consider an ordinance in May that will place some restrictions on drone use in the city of 16,000 — restrictions the city hopes won’t run cross-wise with the Federal Aviation Administration.

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Aurora couple charged with animal cruelty after having sex with their dog in homemade chamber

An Aurora couple faces animal cruelty charges after they allegedly had sex with their dog in a motor home behind the house.

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A tale of two spaceships: One gets the glory, the other gets dismantled

Orion would never be able to embark on its first exploratory mission if it weren’t for a”fake” Orion currently being tested beyond its brink in Littleton.

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Englewood brothers arrested on child exploitation charges after woman told police she was locked in their shed

Englewood brothers, Daniel and Timothy Alberts, were charged with sexual exploitation of a child after police responded to a call that a woman had been locked in a shed at their house.

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Colorado governments launch legal fight against Suncor and ExxonMobil, say producers should pay for impact of climate change

Boulder and San Miguel counties on Tuesday joined other state and city governments in suing large oil and gas companies for damages related to climate change that scientists link to burning fossil fuels.

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In Colorado treasurer’s race, Justin Everett knocks 3 candidates out of running at GOP assembly

Colorado treasurer candidate Justin Everett secured a spot on the Republican primary ballot Saturday after a hard-fought floor contest that eliminated three other current office-holders from the crowded race.

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