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Lone Tree Mayor Jim Gunning made the ceremonial cut of the ribbon for the iFLY indoor skydiving facility's grand opening on Oct. 17. more
The first change-of-command ceremony in the history of the South Metro Fire Rescue Authority marked the retirement of Chief Dan Qualman and the beginning of a new era under Bob Baker. The ceremony Oct. 16 at the Lone Tree Arts Center was steeped … more
A 44-year-old Colorado Springs man suffering from a heart condition died and three people were injured after the man's car veered into oncoming traffic on RidgeGate Parkway at about 2:40 p.m. Oct. 18. The man's name had not been released by the … more
More than 50 million adults in the United States suffer from a sleep-related disorder, according to the National Institutes of Health. A business opening its flagship store at Park Meadows shopping center Nov. 1 wants to help knock that number … more
During the first few months of the year, Highlands Ranch resident Rebecca Rothwell couldn't play the piano, ride a bike or work in her garden. But after undergoing a new surgery called Deep Brain Stimulation, Rothwell can do all her favorite … more
Karl Pierson's temper flared publicly two days before he attacked Arapahoe High School with a gun, a machete and explosives. Arapahoe High teacher Vicki Lombardi told investigators the following account of the incident, as presented in a summary … more
While Oct. 19-25 is national Teen Driver Safety Week, experts say every week should be dedicated to making better drivers out of young people. “We’re working with teen drivers all the time,” said Ben Baron, owner of DriveSafe Driving … more
The League of Women Voters held a well-attended forum at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce in Centennial on Oct. 15, with panelists representing both sides of each of the four statewide ballot issues. Voters will decide the fates of … more
Two Douglas County School Board members have expressed public concern about the new Advanced Placement U.S. History course that sparked a firestorm in Jefferson County. Jim Geddes and Judi Reynolds said their interest is not about promoting or … more
The government's response to the Ebola virus became a new focal point in Colorado's U.S. Senate race last week. During an Oct. 15 debate in Denver, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and his Republican challenger, Congressman Cory Gardner, sparred over … more
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