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The 3rd most populous city in Colorado it covers the SE east portion of the greater Denver metropolitan area and many feel that it's size now warrants it be mentioned alongside Denver when talking about the area. Buckley Air Field was built in the 40's and is now Buckley Air Force Base and home to the Colorado National Guard which is the city's largest employer.

Population: 319057
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos (NFL) Nuggets (NBA) Colorado Avalanche (NHL) and Rockies (MLB).
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The Spot newsletter: An inferno in a Colorado congressional race, a...

Welcome back to The Spot, where The Denver Post's politics team captures what's happening this week - from the Colorado legislature to Denver city hall, with a stop through the halls of Congress in Washington, D.C. With a few more hours of sleep under our belts, The Denver Post's crackerjack politics team has turned out some deep dives this week on everything from the Colorado Supreme Court to toll lanes and the people who have so much money to spare they can pour it into the state's wild and crazy governor's race. Oh, and BTW: Your dog's pee is killing downtown trees.

Aurora City Council will choose city's next mayor after Steve Hogan's death

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan, and Rep. Diana DeGette listen to President Barack Obama during a forum at the Denver Police Academy in Denver, CO April 03, 2013. The Aurora City Council is responsible for choosing a replacement for Mayor Steve Hogan after his recent death following a battle with cancer.

Brooks Smokehouse Family Opens Cafe UR Way on East Colfax

The newly painted storefront at 10941 East Colfax Avenue is festooned with the flags of Texas, Arkansas and Georgia, as well as messages scrawled on the windows: "Good food served your way!" "Ribs & More!" "Pizza & Wings," "Brooks Smoked Meats." But the word "Brooks" is all you really need to see, because it tells you that this new eatery is the latest effort by a longtime local purveyor of smoked meats and Southern eats.

Nearly 500 Denver households received help with rent during a pilot...

King's Inn motel resident Violanda Scorsonelli makes a phone call June 6, 2017, in Aurora to figure out what she's going to do after the new owners on the Inn nearly doubled her weekly rent from $200 to $386. Scorsonelli and most of the other residents of the motel were being threatened with eviction in less than a week if they couldn't come up with the money.

ICE, Immigrant Detention Center on "Trial" in Aurora

When Marge Taniwaki recently visited Aurora's immigration detention center, a 1,500-bed facility run by the private prison company GEO Group, a detainee's descriptions of conditions there reminded her of what she and her family had experienced inside a Japanese internment camp during World War II. "The things related to me were very much like what I experienced in the internment camp," Taniwaki, a Japanese-American activist, told a roomful of immigrant-rights advocates on Friday, May 18. She went on to describe the Cameroonian man's allegations that the facility in Aurora provides detainees with low-quality food and medical care and that it keeps bright lights on all the time, disrupting sleeping patterns.

What the Texas School Shooting Suspect's Pins Tell Us

From Dr. Park Dietz's mouth to God's ear: "When we engage in an obsessive questioning of why a shooter did it, we are granting their [ sic ] exact wish." Dr. Dietz, a forensic psychiatrist and researcher, has personally evaluated many mass murderers and has provided expert testimony in numerous criminal trials.

The Ten Best Dishes From a Year of Exploring Havana Street

Eating my way up and down Havana Street - a delicious endeavor I just finished - took nearly a year. Not everyone has the time or inclination to follow in my footsteps, though, so to save you time, I've narrowed my findings down to a list of must-try dishes and the places you'll find them.

Mark Antonation a Finalist in Association of Food Journalist Awards

Antonation's first contributions to Westword were the comments he made on our Food & Drink posts, as "Mantonation." Those were so erudite and entertaining that we urged Antonation to start contributing stories , then hired him as our full-time Food & Drink editor three years ago.

Steve Hogan's loved ones celebrate life of former Aurora mayor

Friends, family and colleagues of Hogan stood in front of a vibrant community at Heritage Christian Center church to honor the most recent Aurora mayor's life Friends, family and colleagues of Hogan stood in front of a vibrant community at Heritage Christian Center church to honor the most recent Aurora mayor's life. Hogan died of cancer a week ago at age 69 , and those who knew him best testified that his heart beat in the name of public service right up through his final moments.

FEEDBACK | Lawmakers barely rate a 'D' for inaction on cleaner air

As a mom who watches Colorado politics, the end of the legislative session feels a bit like the end of the school year before summer break: Some assignments are rushed or go unfinished; some disputes are resolved while others become grudges. There is a critical public health issue that didn't get the attention it needs - clean air.

A look at Hickenlooper's choices: Judges from Aurora theater...

A look at Hickenlooper's choices: Judges from Aurora theater shooting trial, Dynel Lane case among three finalists for Colorado Supreme Court seat Gov. John Hickenlooper is about to make his fifth appointment to the seven-member Colorado Supreme Court, and he has three candidates - all with similar backgrounds but each with a different area of expertise. The person whom the term-limited Democrat decides on will have big shoes to fill: the retiring Chief Justice Nancy E. Rice .

Intern Who Overcomes Challenges Surprised With Job Offer

AURORA, Colo. - In an effort to encourage young adults with disabilities to enter the workforce, those with University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora participated in "Project SEARCH."

Hastings friends, brother remember Colorado mayor who got political start at Senior High

People who knew Steve Hogan as a Hastings High School student weren't surprised when he went into politics after graduating from college.

Three finalists for Colorado Supreme Court vacancy have been named

The Supreme Court Nominating Commission has named three finalists to fill a coming vacancy on the state's highest court. The commission came out of a two-day meeting in Denver with a shortlist that includes Boulder's Maria Berkenkotte, Denver's Karen L. Brody and Lone Tree's Carlos A. Samour Jr. Gov. John Hickenlooper has 15 days from May 16 to appoint one of the nominees.

Pair O' Dimes Keeps Fashion Fun in Five Points

Five Points is developing fast, but a new store puts some creative funk back into one of Denver's oldest neighborhoods. Colorado native Jesse Taenzer opened Pair O' Dimes at 2727 Welton Street last month; inspired by community, connection and free expression, he selected pieces by local designers for both men and women for his festival fashion boutique.

Three masked gunmen rob customers in motel lobby near DIA

Three gun-wielding, masked bandits injured one person while robbing a motel clerk and six patrons in the front lobby of the Econo Lodge near Denver International Airport early Wednesday morning. "It's certainly a concerning crime because of the brazen nature of the suspects," said Bill Hummel, Aurora police spokesman.

EDITORIAL: Trump should fulfill infrastructure promise.

The Gazette's editorial board complained directly to Donald Trump about the Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Aurora. It was three years past the anticipated completion date, and $1.2 billion over budget.

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