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For years, those working in the criminal justice system within Douglas County, Arapahoe County and Aurora have faced long wait times for forensic and DNA evidence processing at the state lab. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation, however, has … more
The property northwest of the corner of South Broadway and West Dartmouth Avenue is once again home to a thriving business now that the Chick-fil-A restaurant is open For years the corner was the location of an indoor amusement park, Funtastic … more
The first 100 people who lined up for the Feb. 23 opening of the Englewood Chick-fil-A restaurant were enlisted to assemble meals for needy children and families. “This is a new corporate program this year because we knew we would have a … more
A former U.S. soldier accused of shooting and killing a transit guard in downtown Denver in late January says he is a supporter of the Islamic State group, but investigators say they have not found evidence the terror group had anything to do with … more
Anonymous tips resulted in 30-year-old Daniel Rodriguez being named as the suspect after a man with a gun in his waistband was found going through the drawers of a desk in an area not open to the … more
After listening to the evidence presented in a Feb. 22 preliminary hearing, 18th Judicial District Judge J. Stephen Collins ruled that teenagers Louis Fernando Lara-Macias and Raheem Vaughn Benson … more
Police rushed to Englewood Civic Center about 4:15 pm. Feb. 22 when an employee reported there was a man with a gun in a city office. According to the police report, an employee found a man in his … more
The Englewood fire marshal's office enacted a ban on open fires and open burning effective Feb. 20. The announcement said the ban was issued because extremely dry conditions increase the danger of … more
City council gave the go-ahead to begin a process proposed by the Englewood city clerk to replace the five-member liquor and medical marijuana licensing authority with a hearing officer. The issue was first raised in December. Councilmembers had … more
The south metro suburbs may not spring to mind when one thinks of Mardi Gras, but downtown Littleton celebrated the beginning of Lent a little early. Bars and restaurants around town hosted blues bands and served Louisiana-style food and drink on … more
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