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Recent shootings in Littleton, Englewood come amid backdrop of increased gun crime

A string of shootings in Littleton and Englewood this summer comes after a major surge in violent crimes involving guns last year, data shows. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Professional Bull Riders take to arena at Adams County Fair

The Adams County Fair on August 4 featured the Professional Bull Riders from across the country and South America with riders on a bucking bull trying to stay mounted on the animal with one hand … more

Parker continues focus on economic future

The Town of Parker is continuing to invest in its financial growth as the town council approved a $138,000 contract to develop a comprehensive economic development strategic plan Aug. 1. more

Monkeypox, COVID-19 and polio: should Coloradans be concerned?

The Biden administration declared a national health emergency for the rising cases of Monkeypox on Aug. 4. Pair that with one New Yorker contracting Polio and a new COVID-19 variant, a question … more

Man convicted of decades-old Cherry Hills murder sentenced to life in prison

David Anderson, the 63-year-old man convicted of killing then 34-year-old Sylvia Quayle in 1981, was sentenced to life in prison by an Arapahoe County judge Aug. 4. more

Pinuelas draws 40-year sentence for second-degree murder conviction

A 23-year-old man drew a 40-year sentence in the state department of corrections after he pleaded guilty to a second-degree murder charge. Guillermo Pinuelas entered his plea in early June. more

Life sentence in Westminster shooting death

BRIGHTON – A 37-year-old man drew a life sentence for his part in a 2018 shooting death at a Westminster apartment complex. An Adams County District Court jury convicted Juan Castorena in … more

JSX to send flights to Burbank, Dallas from RMMA

Passengers across the Front Range have another option when it comes to flying from Colorado to California or Texas at  Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in Broomfield. more

Paving work costs, engineering for water plant get council nod

Fort Lupton City Council went through a night of numbers – big ones and small ones – during its Aug. 2 business meeting. Council agreed to more than $3 million of subdivision … more

Littleton planning commission OKs nearly 500 homes at Aspen Grove

Littleton's planning commission, in a 7-0 vote July 25, approved the creation of 481 housing units at the Aspen Grove shopping center in southwest Littleton.  more

Affordable housing projects move forward in Littleton

Littleton's housing authority and Habitat for Humanity are forging ahead with plans to provide more low-cost homes in Littleton — with more than a dozen units sold so far. more

Brighton police investigating bus barn vandalism

Brighton police are looking for two juveniles who caused substantial damage and discharged 20 fire extinguishers inside the 27J Schools public transportation facility in the 11700 block of Potomac … more

Fort Lupton council approves four development service plans

There was a certain commonality to Fort Lupton City Council’s Aug. 2 approvals of updated service plans for four developments. All four votes were unanimous. There was no public comment, nor … more

PHOTO GALLERY: Flags, fake fire and fun in Fort Lupton

Fort Lupton's Koshio Park was full Aug. 2 for the city's 2022's National Night Out celebration. The annual event is marked by police and fire agencies across the country on the first Tuesday in … more

National Night Out Northglenn

Northglenn kept 2022's National Night Out celebration close to home Aug. 2, hosting the public safety promotional event at the city's newly renovated community center. The annual event is marked … more

Douglas County schools welcome students back Aug. 8

Douglas County School District is gearing up for the start of classes, with the upcoming year expected to be similar to last year in terms of educational priorities and preparing students for their … more

Ganahl wants to eliminate state income tax

Heidi Ganahl, the Republican gubernatorial nominee, is campaigning on a bold promise to eliminate Colorado’s 4.55% individual income tax, the largest source of revenue for the state’s general … more

Megan Vasquez reflects on her time as Elizabeth mayor

Elizabeth Mayor Megan Vasquez, who has chosen not to seek reelection to her post, looks back over her four and a half years in the job. more

Douglas County commissioners investigate Thomas about release of previous Thomas investigation

Two of Douglas County's elected commissioners are conducting another investigation into their fellow commissioner just a few days after their previous investigation concluded. more

Elizabeth mail issue remains unresolved

The Elizabeth Board of Trustees held a meeting on July 26 at Town Hall to discuss issues relating to the delivery of mail to residents. more
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