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Angel Tree project wraps up Dec. 1

The deadline to participate in this year's Fort Lupton Optimist Club's Angel Tree project is Wednesday, Dec. 1. Stop by the Fort Lupton Recreation Center, 203 S. Harrison Ave., Fort Lupton Pack and … more

They came to the Colorado Center for the Blind seeking confidence. They left traumatized.

Sexual abuses were kept quiet for decades at the world-renowned Littleton school, former students and employees allege more

Colorado legislative maps get final approval

The Colorado Supreme Court has unanimously approved new state Senate and House maps, the final hurdle the redistricting plans needed to clear before being adopted ahead of the 2022 election. The … more

Outside evaluation of Jeffco Schools’ CIP

In the Nov. 10 Jeffco School Board study session, representatives of Moss Adams, a public accounting firm gave a presentation on an evaluation of the school district’s Capital Improvement Program … more

Giving thanks: Residents across the Denver metro area share what they're thankful for

Whether it’s simply giving thanks or the Thanksgiving holiday, gratitude has special meaning this time of year. more

Panel pushes solutions to Colorado's youth mental health crisis

Not letting up on federal and state lawmakers, Children's Hospital Colorado held another roundtable discussion to push the message that action needs to be taken immediately to address growing mental … more

Missing man’s daughter arrested in alleged Lakewood homicide

Gail Wilson, 81, of Lakewood, was last seen on the morning of Halloween. Now police have arrested his youngest daughter and her boyfriend in connection with his disappearance and suspected homicide. … more

Zillow went on a Front Range home-buying binge, months before collapse of home-flipping business

The collapse of online real estate giant Zillow’s venture into home buying and selling, announced Nov. 2, can be traced, in one small part, back to its over eagerness to invest in Colorado’s … more

Dignity Tuesday - Golden groups assembling 200 Thanksgiving meals

In the fight against food insecurity, Chuck Lontine has stepped into the role Nick Fury plays in The Avengers, assembling Golden's mightiest heroes to ensure local families can celebrate Thanksgiving … more

Lone Tree-based Canvas Credit Union plans merger

Canvas Credit Union, a Front Range-focused financial company based in Lone Tree, announced Nov. 15 that its planned merger with a Western Slope credit union has been approved by regulators. Canvas … more

DA's office to hold public forum regarding Olde Town shooting decision

In the wake of last week's announcement that no charges will be filed against the Arvada Police officer who shot Johnny Hurley in the Olde Town Arvada shooting, First Judicial District Attorney … more

COVID vaccinations to be required for some large indoor events in 6 Colorado counties

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment late Sunday ordered that anyone who attends certain public, indoor events with 500 or more people in Arapahoe, Jefferson, Adams, Denver and two other metro-area counties be vaccinated against COVID-19. more

Auraria’s displaced people to get free tuition

Abenicio Rael’s mother, Irene, was one of hundreds of people forced to leave their homes in Denver’s oldest neighborhood before it was razed to make way for the Auraria campus in the 1970s. That … more

Parents grapple with vaccination question

While some parents have moved forward with getting their children ages 5 to 11 vaccinated against COVID-19, others are still hesitant. Dr. Brandi Freeman, a pediatrician for Children’s Hospital … more

Polis OKs COVID booster shots for all Colo. adults

Gov. Jared Polis has signed an executive order allowing any fully vaccinated Colorado adult to receive a COVID-19 booster shot. “The health and safety of Coloradans has been my top priority … more

Veterans Day in Littleton: Celebrating those who've served

A current of cool air blew through the crowd as they gathered at the Littleton World War II memorial on Veterans Day. Some looked upwards, just below the bright late morning sun, to see the American flag. more

ARPA funds will help some of Jeffco’s financial challenges – but only temporarily

As the holiday season approaches, like many of you, we can’t wait to spend more quality time with our family and friends. But before we can unwind, we must take care of some important business. … more

Suspect in fatal Lakewood stabbing arrested

On Saturday, Oct. 30, Lakewood Police were called to respond to a medical issue at a home in the 12900 block West Jewell Circle. According to a press release from Lakewood PD Spokesman, John Romero, … more

Adams 14 accepts two charter school applications

Adams School District 14 said it has two charter school applications from Community Leadership Academy/Victory Preparatory Academy and University Preparatory Schools. The district set up three … more

Cochino Taco opens in Olde Town

Taco lovers in Arvada have a new option for Mexican food in the Olde Town area. Cochino Tacos, a Denver-based chain, opened an Arvada location on Nov. 4 at 7702 Ralston Road - the former site of … more
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