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Magness Arena at the University of Denver will host this spring’s Colorado High School State Hockey semifinals and finals. According to CHSAANow.com, the Final Four will move from the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland to Magness as part of an … more
David Evenson, general manager of Brothers BBQ, describes the construction traffic that runs by his restaurant near I-25 and Arapahoe Road as an all-day rush hour. So, even though the work to rebuild the bridge over Arapahoe Road has hurt his … more
The detective was hidden by thousands of pounds of steel, but he wasn't exactly going undercover. Dan Brite, who was shot and almost killed by a Parker man nearly four months earlier, was on his way home. Three days before Christmas, a Douglas … more
A 79-year-old man with Alzheimer's was taken into protective custody after barricading himself in his Castle Pines home with a gun and threatening suicide on Dec. 28. Negotiations led by regional … more
Lone Tree officials recently selected Cmdr. Kirk Wilson from the Colorado Springs Police Department to head the city's police force. Wilson, 49,began working as a patrol officer for the Colorado Springs Police Department in 1995. From there, he … more
Crews from the South Metro and Littleton fire departments were battling a blaze at the Chili's restaurant at County Line Road and University Boulevard on Tuesday afternoon. Heavy smoke prompted … more
Despite hiring 40 new bus drivers since the beginning of the 2016-17 school year, the Douglas County School District is still facing a shortage. DCSD, which said it ideally needs 300 drivers to meet its needs, is still 30 short. “We are … more
The two young boys who were found dead along with their mother in a van last month had prescription painkillers and an over-the-counter medication that can cause drowsiness in their systems, … more
Term-limited Douglas County Commissioner Jill Repella is caught in a bittersweet phase of life. There’s the promise of what’s to come — she’s excited for a new role in the private sector but isn’t ready to announce it. Then there’s … more
Justin Laborde wanted to be like Superman one day. And now he can. “To me, the firefighters that would come in my neighborhood were like Superman,” Laborde said. “So, growing up and being into comics and superheroes, naturally I wanted … more
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