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Same fears, new tactics: How efforts to ban 'bad books' reached a record high in 2022

Stacker looked at 20 years' worth of banned books data from the American Library Association to understand how book challenges have changed over time. more

21 of the most impactful intelligence leaks in US history

Stacker compiled 21 of the most impactful intelligence leaks in U.S. history from historical archives, government reports, and federal agencies. more

17 unusual alcohol laws that could get you busted across the world  has taken a deep dive into the sobering laws throughout the United States and around the world that make alcohol a crime—in many unexpected and old-fashioned ways. more

From Stonewall to today: 50+ years of modern LGBTQ+ history

From Stonewall to the 2022 midterm elections, Stacker takes a look back at over 50 years of significant moments in the LGBTQ+ community in the United States and around the world. more

25 LGBTQ+ people who changed the course of history

Stacker compiled a list highlighting 25 LGBTQ+ people who made a mark on history, referencing articles, personal letters, and books. more

25 animals that are illegal to own as pets in the US

Stacker compiled a list of 25 animals that are illegal to own as pets in the U.S. more

How much of your property taxes go to South Suburban?

As part of its responsibilities in governing the district, the board sets the annual budget each year, which includes setting mill levies. more

Jury convicts man for threatening secretary of state

A Denver jury has convicted a 52-year-old man of retaliating against an elected official for threatening Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold in a phone call to the Democrat’s office. Kirk … more

BizBeat: Golden Liquors reopening as agave spirits hotspot

Golden Liquors is bringing South-of-the-Border flavors to the heart of Golden. On April 1, the liquor store at 601 13th St. will reopen as Destilados de Agave at Golden Liquors. more

Students to take computer-based SAT next year

Colorado high school students will continue to take the SAT and PSAT as the state’s way of measuring school and district academic performance, but they’ll switch to the computerized version in … more

Colorado GOP chair will either be an election denier or skeptic

Of the six candidates running to be chair of the Colorado GOP, three believe that Donald Trump won the 2020 presidential election, another says he’s not sure if Trump or President Joe Biden was … more

Lakewood may change fines for political finance errors

Lakewood’s campaign finance laws may soon be changing, as some Council members are worried about equity in running for office while there are larger and larger campaign donations happening in the city. more

Best big cities for retirees in America

You want to retire in a city, but which one? Stacker looked at data from Niche's Best Cities to Retire report, which grades each geographic retiree location from A through D. more

70 photos from the '70s that show how the world was changing

Stacker compiled a collection of 70 images that show how the '70s changed the world. See photos of the decade's defining moments from politics to pop culture. more

Big lines from Gov. Jared Polis’ 2023 inaugural

Gov. Jared Polis provided a road map for how he plans to spend his next four years leading Colorado as he was sworn into office for his second term.  “When you listen to enough folks, you realize … more

Ward boundaries will change for some Lakewood residents

Just over 1,000 Lakewood residents will have a different representative on the Lakewood City Council next month, as ward boundaries have changed. more

Op-Ed: Ten years after the Sandy Hook massacre

Imagine: It is mid-December and you have just read the letter your cute kindergartner has written to Santa. You run out to the store while your sweet child is at school and purchase one of the items on the top of their list. more

Colorado Dems eye gun-buy waiting periods

A host of changes to Colorado’s gun laws, from a ban on so-called assault weapons to tweaks to the existing red flag law, are already being considered by Democrats at the state Capitol in response … more

Thousands fewer metro area property owners are challenging assessments

As home prices in the counties around Denver shot up over the last decade, tens of thousands of residents argued that officials incorrectly estimated the values of homes and other properties. They demanded their taxes be reduced. But that trend, practically a rite in some regions, reversed in recent years. Challenges filed with county assessors declined as homeowners apparently acknowledged the rising cost of real estate. more

Jared Polis easily beats Heidi Ganahl

Colorado voters overwhelmingly reelected Democratic Gov. Jared Polis on Tuesday, endorsing his job performance over the past four years and soundly rejecting claims by his Republican opponent, … more
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