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Littleton police arrest two suspects in shooting that left 28-year-old dead

Darla Rodriguez, 29, and Adam Vilders, 37, were arrested July 22, according to the police department. They were booked into an Arapahoe County jail on second-degree murder charges. more

Brewery builds community in Highlands Ranch

A unique new addition is joining Colorado’s more than 420 craft brewery options, dreamt up by the residents and staff of a Highlands Ranch senior living community. This week, the … more

Brighton police chief to retire after 34-year career

Brighton Police Chief Paul Southard announced his retirement, effective Oct. 15. It wraps up 34 years in law enforcement. more

CASA salutes Celebration Award recipients

The Adams and Broomfield counties' chapter of Court Appointed Special Advocates honored its celebration award recipients, according to a July 25 press release.   CASA served more than 600 … more

Celtic Festival returns to Elizabeth

Elizabeth held its annual Celtic Festival at Casey Jones Park on July 16 and 17 for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. more

Police investigate homicide in Commerce City

Commerce City police are looking for a murder suspect. Detectives think the unidentified man died during a robbery at the 5400 block of Leyden Street early July 25. more

Englewood police kill 22-year-old during shooting incident

The Englewood Police Department said Monday that officers shot and killed a 22-year-old man during an altercation Sunday night. The shooting occurred after officers were shot at while responding to a "disturbance involving family members" at a home in southwest Englewood. more

Lone Tree council supports RTD’s August zero fare program

Lone Tree City Council unanimously approved a resolution in support of zero fare transit in August for the Regional Transportation District (RTD) during its July 19 meeting, and city staff and … more

Representatives, activist and shooting survivor discuss gun reform as decade passes since Aurora theater shooting

In recognition of 10 years passing since the Aurora theater shooting, Congressman Jason Crow, state Rep. Tom Sullivan, a survivor of the theater shooting and a gun reform activist discussed the need … more

Thornton council moves to address complaints over weeds

The number of complaints from Thornton residents regarding unwanted plants are growing like weeds.  “Between the rain and the sun, weeds have been growing rapidly,” City Manager … more

Trial date set in Franktown double homicide

A nine-day trial is scheduled in the double homicide case that rocked a rural town of Douglas County earlier this year. c The trial for Casey Devol, 30, who has been charged with killing his … more

Chainsaw and Chuckwagons rev up in Frederick

The town of Frederick powered up the chainsaws for its 10th annual Chainsaws and Chuckwagons event July 20 through July 23 in Centennial Park. more

Spurred by housing debate, a battle over petitioning rules takes shape in Littleton

A debate over housing in Littleton is taking on a new form as a group of residents seeks to overhaul the city laws governing certain petitions and elections, a move spurred by frustration over the city’s response to their earlier efforts to suspend a redevelopment of Littleton's largest shopping center. more

Parker may need to raise taxes or slash services in next decade

Over the next 10 years, the Town of Parker may need to either reduce its services or raise taxes, according to a presentation given to the town council July 18. That’s in part because as the … more

Clear Creek law enforcement train beyond Colorado's few requirements

It takes 600 hours of training to be licensed by the state of Colorado as a “nail technician” — a nail stylist. As of July of 2022, it takes 556 hours and a background check to become a police officer. more

Historic locomotive Big Boy making a return trip through Brighton, Fort Lupton July 28

Big Boy is coming back through Brighton July 28, on its way to Denver's Union Station. Union Pacific's famed Big Boy No. 4014, a massive locomotive engine dating back to 1941, will make the trip … more

With fentanyl deaths on the rise, south metro police, advocates grapple with solutions

Fentanyl’s presence in Denver’s south metro region, and Colorado, has continued to increase over the past five years — but the numbers have skyrocketed since 2020, when the drug overtook methamphetamine as the leading killer in Colorado, according to data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.  more

Survey says: Westminster ranks high compared to other Front Range cities, though satisfaction trends downward 

Westminster came out good as a place to live with a decent quality of life and decent city services according to the 2022 Community Survey, released June 18. Housing, crime, growth and homeless … more

Fort Lupton has plans for expanded rec center

There's a wish list for an expanded Fort Lupton Recreation Center. Architect Chris Kastela with Perkins and Will outlined some of the items during a July 20 meeting at the rec center. Whether … more

Weld Fair Royalty kick off the county fair countdown

The Weld County Fair Royalty kicked off the countdown to the county fair on July 14, presenting copies of the 104th Weld County fair book to County Commissioners. "Agriculture is the fabric of our … more
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