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Coyotes lived in the metro area long before any towns or residential neighborhoods sprang up, and as their annual breeding season arrives, they are making their presence felt to many residents, human and otherwise. In a news release, Jennifer … more
With one eye on a $500 million state budget gap and the other on Washington, Gov. John Hickenlooper and a split Colorado Legislature enter the 2017 lawmaking session with little expectation of fiscal reform and plenty of uncertainty over … more
Englewood police reported the two children who were subjects of an Amber Alert, 12-year-old Joseph Dinapoli and his 8-year-old brother Johnny, were found unharmed and their mother, 38-year-old … more
Brooke Higgins, a teenager who pleaded guilty to solicitation to commit murder and conspiracy to commit murder at Mountain Vista High School, wrote in her journal about wanting to kill herself and … more
Arvada: 8.5 inches Broomfield: 7.7 inches Castle Pines: 2 inches Castle Rock: 5.6 inches Elizabeth: 2 inches Franktown: 2.5 inches Northglenn: 6.7 inches Parker: 2 … more
The Douglas County School District will be closed Jan. 5 due to weather. Heavy snow fall and dangerously low wind chill are forcasted throughout the morning. "Safety is a top priority. For this … more
The Littleton City Council will discuss the possibility of a merger between South Metro Fire Rescue, Littleton Fire Rescue and Cunningham Fire Protection District at a Jan. 10 study session. Over the summer, South Metro officials approached LFR … more
The recent fire that severely damaged the Chili's Bar and Grill in Highlands Ranch was the result of hot patchwork being done on the roof, said Littleton Fire Rescue spokeswoman Jackie Erwin. "(Roofers) tried to pull up the patch and use fire … more
Imagine being stuck in a mine shaft, without knowing how to safely escape. Or picture an isolated oil or gas refinery, where something goes wrong and help is an hour away. These are just a few of the very real scenarios employees in heavy … more
Making a difference came in all kinds of ways in 2016: There were the elementary students who yarn-bombed trees in an explosion of colors as a prelude to their donation of knitted hats and scarves to those less fortunate. “As a little … more
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