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Say bye-bye to red-light cameras in Littleton. On March 3, Littleton City Council voted unanimously to not renew its contract with American Traffic Solutions, the company that operates the camera … more
Brian Ewert, superintendent of Englewood Schools, is among the final four candidates to take over the top post at the neighboring Littleton district. The other finalists for Littleton Public Schools superintendent are Amy Oaks, Littleton High … more
A man suspected of sexually assaulting a girl in the Englewood Chuck E. Cheese's has entered a not-guilty plea to all charges. Robert Dustin Weber was in court in Arapahoe County on Feb. 23 for arraignment, the court hearing held for a defendant … more
Opal Vollbaum had a memory of something. She remembered she grew up on a farm in Texas. On that farm, they grew corn, and there were horses, cows and pigs. More than 100 pigs, she said. Vollbaum remembered her dad took care of the pigs, her … more
Army Sgt. Floyd Jackson — who was captured in a POW camp in 1951 — returns home on March 5 for a March 7 funeral at Olinger Chapel Hill Cemetery in Centennial. Many family members still live in Littleton and plan to attend Jackson's burial … more
This is not your grandma’s League of Women Voters, say Marlu Burkamp, Jo Feder and Maggi Markey. They are three of the 103 members — three of whom are men — of what was the Arapahoe County unit. It recently expanded and is now the League of … more
A ban on red-light cameras and speed-van enforcement passed its first test Feb. 25 in the Colorado General Assembly. But a long afternoon of testimony showed the topic is as divisive as ever. In Colorado, 12 cities use the traffic-enforcement … more
Mental health experts say the case of an 87-year-old Alzheimer's patient suspected of killing his roommate at an assisted living facility in Lakewood is rare and shows the difficulty of caring for those with the unpredictable disease, even for the … more
Any attempt to give local governments more control over oil and gas drilling in Colorado must protect the rights of people who own underground mineral rights, Gov. John Hickenlooper said Feb. 27. Some people have owned or leased those rights for … more
Medical marijuana growers and patients are inching closer to potential regulations. The Colorado Senate's Health and Human Services Committee has unanimously passed a comprehensive bill concerning a variety of medical marijuana issues that are not regulated by the state's revenue department. more
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