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Two Frederick basketball players help out off the floor ... and on

A year ago, Frederick High School basketball player Harry Singh had some help adjusting to life on the varsity squad – and high school in general – from former teammate Izayah … more

Weekly declares victory in sheriff Republican primary

Darren Weekly has declared victory as the Republican candidate for sheriff of Douglas County after a few days of vote counting and a thin margin with the next leading candidate.  Weekly, the … more

Suspect in decades-old cold case murder found guilty by Arapahoe County jury

An Arapahoe County jury found David Anderson, 62, guilty of murdering Sylvia Quayle in her Cherry Hills Village home in 1981. The June 30 verdict brings to a close a  cold case that spanned more than four decades.  more

Rep. Jason Crow talks Supreme Court rulings, filibuster, Ukraine during town hall

U.S. Rep. Jason Crow's first two terms in Congress were unlike anything he expected. As he reflected on a "tumultuous four years" during a June 30 town hall in Littleton, he also fielded questions from constituents about the challenges ahead.  more

Brighton plans groundbeaking for water treatment plant

The ground-breaking ceremony for Brighton's new water treatment plant is set for 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 26, at the site of the new plant, 4350 E. Bromley Lane.   A city statement said the … more

Commerce City looking to hire police, staff

Commerce City is looking for as many as 30 new police officers and 11 police staffers in campaign that kicks off July 10. The Commerce City Police Department (CCPD) is launching a national employment … more

Englewood receives $12,500 to address lifeguard shortages

Englewood is among 71 recipients of a new grant, Pools Special Initiative 2022, that aims to help address staffing shortages at swimming pools across Colorado, but Brad Anderson, Englewood aquatics … more

Man sought in connection to child sex assault

Douglas County law enforcement are looking for a Boulder man in relation to alleged sexual assault of a child.  On June 30, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office released information that … more

‘Over the moon’ for barbecue

The fourth annual Denver BBQ Fest took place June 17-19 at Empower Field at Mile High, bringing together expert pitmasters, live bands and barbecue lovers from across the country. In addition to … more

Prost Brewery to ferment its headquarters in Northglenn

Prost in English means cheers. Prost for Northglenn means  200 jobs coming to the city.  Prost Craft Brewery is setting up shop in Northglenn. They will construct a 53,000 square foot … more

Plethodon emerges at Convergence Station

When Meow Wolf and the Denver Botanic Gardens united to adopt last March, they might have named their new baby Plantasia. Instead, the newly-partnered parents welcomed the Plethodon, a cosmic, … more

Improving the world with Indigenous knowledge

It has been a couple of generations since Tori McConnell’s native language of Yurok has been spoken fluently among family. “It was not passed down because often, it was seen as a burden, not a … more

‘He wanted to learn the bagpipes’

If a youth can perform in a competition and play well in front of a judge, it’s likely they will take those skills and be able to succeed at any job interview once they become adults. Being … more

IMAX film allows viewers to soar alongside birds

This IMAX film is for the birds. It’s also for the many people helping avians maintain their life-giving wetlands in Canada and the western United States. “Since 1970, we have lost 3 billion … more

The heart and soul of Denver’s film culture

The setting for one of Kelsey Holmes’ earliest memories is a movie theater. When she was a toddler, she went to see the 1994 Walt Disney film, “The Lion King,” with her sister and her mom. This … more

Hundreds rally for reproductive rights in Denver

Horns honked and drivers waved in solidarity as hundreds gathered at the State Capitol in Denver on June 27. more

Arapahoe County seeks to remedy partnership with area's namesake tribe

Following more than a year of discussion with the tribe, county commissioners said they were grateful to improve on a relationship that had not been reaffirmed for about 20 years, according to county staff.  more
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