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While being led out of an Arapahoe County courtroom in handcuffs, Taden Jones looked back at his mother, whose hand he had held before entering the courtroom. Both had tears in their eyes. Nearly a year after killing two women in a car crash in … more
The Federal Aviation Administration has scheduled 11 public information workshops in April and May to provide information to the public concerning proposed airspace improvements in the Denver metro area. A component of the Denver Metroplex … more
Katherine Dorman is a science teacher and track and cross country coach at Ponderosa High School in Parker. She has worked in the Douglas County School District for 33 years. And she has watched how the rise of charters have affected local … more
Construction work will close C-470 at Broadway early next week, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. C-470 will be closed from 10 p.m. March 19 until 5 a.m. March 20, while Broadway will also be closed from 8 p.m. until 5 a.m. … more
The Douglas County Board of Education has directed district staff to put together a comprehensive report looking at the impact of charter schools in the district because of community concerns about their effects on the district. The analysis is … more
A bill introduced in the state Legislature by the Democratic speaker of the House and the Republican Senate president would seek voter approval to raise the state sales tax to help pay for Colorado's transportation needs. Colorado's growing … more
A woman whose actions triggered an Amber Alert after she took her two sons from their grandparents' Englewood home has been sentenced to probation and treatment. Rebecca Dinapoli, who had faced two charges of second-degree kidnapping and two … more
The often-divided Douglas County School District community is rallying in favor of a common idea: raising taxes. "This is a first for me," said board of education President Meghann Silverthorn. … more
In a move to support local artists, the University of Colorado South Denver campus hosted an event, Sips, Sights & Sounds, on Feb. 24 that drew interest from wine, music and art enthusiasts around the south metro Denver area. While attendees … more
Colorado Community Media reporter Stephanie Mason interviewed Robert Golden, president and CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, about the impact of rising home prices on the … more
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