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Douglas County School District dismisses GOP ask to arm teachers

The Douglas County School Board firmly rejected a request from the chair of the Douglas County GOP to allow teachers to carry firearms in schools. Steve Peck, the DougCo GOP chair and a former … more

Englewood man arrested for murder of wife, daughter to prevent them from becoming homeless

On March 25, the Englewood Police Department arrested Reginald Maclaren, 81, after he allegedly killed his wife and adult daughter with an ax to prevent them from becoming homeless. more

Social Bar & Lounge opens second location in Littleton

Soon after opening the first one, he knew he wanted a second, said Steve Cominsky, founder of Social Bar & Lounge.  The business marked the launch of its Littleton Village location with a … more

Engineer tells Nebraska Colorado has right to South Platte River flow

Colorado’s state water engineer has a message for the Nebraska officials doubling down on their commitment to a $567 million canal across the border:  You can build it, but the water may not … more

Coloradans could get up to $2.5 billion in tax refunds

Coloradans will receive more than $2.5 billion in tax refunds from the state as long as there isn’t a recession, according to two quarterly economic and tax revenue forecasts presented this month … more

DAs balk at raising prosecution age from 10 to 13

Colorado lawmakers will consider a proposal again this year to raise the age that children can face criminal charges, from 10 to 13 years old. Legislation introduced at the state Capitol in March is … more

Bennet raises concerns about what chatbots say to kids

Generative Artificial Intelligence, like Chat GPT, may be able to write an episode of South Park or ace the LSAT, but Colorado U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet is concerned about what these chatbots might be … more

End of COVID emergency to usher in health system change

The Biden administration’s decision to end the COVID-19 public health emergency in May will institute sweeping changes across the health care system that go far beyond many people having to pay … more

Lakewood officer, suspect shot after robbery

A teenager who was suspected in a robbery in Lakewood was shot by police and has died. A police officer also was shot in the incident but sustained non-life-threatening injuries. more

Douglas County state representatives honor former Sheriff Spurlock

Five Douglas County state representatives — Republicans and Democrats — requested the tribute to former Sheriff Tony Spurlock, a move that state Rep. Bob Marshall attributed to the “broad admiration, respect and support Sheriff Spurlock held in the community.” more

Rotary Club of Parker raises money for those impacted in Turkey and Syria

In the aftermath of the earthquakes that hit southern Turkey and northern Syria, the Rotary Club of Parker raised over $22,000 to aid ShelterBox USA in their efforts to supply emergency shelter, tools and supplies to those impacted by the damage.  more

Centennial council passes temporary ‘pickleball moratorium’ to consider noise impact, regulations

In the rising popularity of pickleball, the City of Centennial realized its current regulations do not comprehensively address outdoor courts — particularly the noise generated on the court. … more

Douglas County double homicide incident allegedly recorded by victim

A recording captured audio of an incident where Casey Devol allegedly killed his sister and her boyfriend in rural Douglas County, according to prosecutors in the man’s court case. more

Crow secures more than $600,000 for Douglas County mental health programs

A giant check heralded the arrival of more than half a million dollars in federal funding for Douglas County’s efforts to support the public’s mental health. more

Elizabeth superintendent ready to face challenges

With a depleted school board due to a majority resigning, growing tension and unease in the community over curriculum not being taught in the district, and a growing national issue of politics … more

Houston native selected to be Colorado PGA Section’s second-ever PGA WORKS Fellow

After playing basketball since he was hardly bigger than a basketball, playing and coaching hoops at the collegiate level, and working for an NBA team’s minor league squad, Davyon Collins is … more

Castillos seek jury trial in STEM lawsuit, rejecting settlement

The parents of Kendrick Castillo, the student killed in the 2019 STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting, plan to turn down a $387,000 settlement from the school in favor of releasing more information … more

Spirituality with an artistic twist at Douglas County Fairgrounds

The Centers for Spiritual Living in Parker will be hosting the second annual Holistic Expo and Creative Market, On April 15-16, at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock. more

UPDATE: Missing Parker teen has been found

An 18-year-old female who was previously reported as missing has been located according to the Parker Police Department social media. more

Conifer robotics team comes to the aid of the Denver East team

Conifer High School's robotics team decided to come to the aid of the Denver East High School team on March 22 in the wake of the two administrators who were shot there and the chaos afterward. more
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