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The Metro Denver Crime Stoppers organization and the Englewood Police Department released a notice Aug. 1 asking for help identifying a male suspected of entering a gun store in Englewood and stealing a handgun from a display case July 22. Those … more
Stuck with used batteries, fuels, propane tanks or fluorescent light bulbs? Douglas County residents have two upcoming opportunities to safely dispose of potentially dangerous household chemicals. Tri-County Health Department is hosting a … more
Before Michael Shelby’s help, Christine Classick missed the “old” husband she had before the accident. Her husband, 63-year-old Nick Classick, was traveling for business when he had a heart attack in an airport. He fell, hit his head and … more
The City of Englewood appeared unfazed by the legal arguments of a father-and-son-owned shop that fought against a cease-and-desist order to revoke its business license, dealing a blow to the South Broadway business where people gather to consume … more
Reported motor vehicle thefts in Englewood in 2016 increased nearly 55 percent from the previous year, according to recently released Colorado Bureau of Investigation numbers. “It seems like any time you deal with a bad guy, they’ve got a … more
Dressed in suits and sundresses, business leaders and government officials of Douglas County assembled on a dirt field in what is quickly becoming the first village of Sterling Ranch. Surrounded by paved roads weaving through finished and … more
Are you living with breast cancer, or serve as support to a loved one currently going through treatment? Do you worry about treatment options? Did you overcome a breast cancer diagnosis? We want to hear from you. Over the next month, Colorado … more
Connor Kuybus lost his dad to an avalanche three years ago. Still, the 16-year-old has a positive outlook on life. An avid skier and outdoorsman, Kuybus enjoys learning new activities and keeping busy at work. And when his employer announced its … more
Even on a Monday, residents from all over the Denver metro area caught some man-made waves on the South Platte River at River Run Trailhead. More than a dozen people brought kayaks, boards and some dogs to enjoy the water the afternoon July 17. … more
After his address to AmeriCorps graduates in Lone Tree on July 14, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet granted an exclusive interview to Colorado Community Media to talk about food insecurity, healthcare, Russian election interference and how he feels … more
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