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Only about 2 percent of the population has the ability to save the life of a 16-year-old Highlands Ranch girl, and those potential lifesavers have no idea who they are. “We’re looking for a needle in a haystack,” said Melissa … more
A bill making its way through the state Senate would eliminate the requirement for concealed carry permits for gun owners. Senate Bill 16-017 is sponsored by state Sen. Tim Neville — a Republican from south Jefferson County who recently … more
For nearly two weeks, residents of a Littleton apartment building for seniors awaited word of when they could permanently return home after a fire forced their evacuation. On April 19, they found out they won't. more
Jim and Carolyn Stubbert hadn’t spent the night in their apartment in nearly two weeks when they heard the news. The couple would not be going home — other than to pack their possessions. The situation reminded Jim Stubbert of the first … more
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Developers are poised to begin construction in April on the Foundry, an apartment complex that will be built on the northern portion of the General Iron Works property. “We are on track to start construction around the first of April,” … more
After 85 years, the sounds of uniformed students laughing and playing will no longer be heard around Sherman Street and Floyd Avenue in Englewood as St. Louis Catholic School prepares to close its doors for the final time in June. Karen Swanson, … more
Wes Cook recalls vividly a motorcycle ride he took three years ago. It was to be his last. Cook, a Parker resident for 12 years, was also planning to get rid of his skis, because he was almost certain he would never use them again. Meanwhile, he … more
Sue Klebold doesn't break down in tears anymore when she learns about another mass shooting. The attacks have become too common in the 17 years since her own son killed 12 of his classmates and a teacher at Columbine High School in south Jefferson … more
A spokesman for the Littleton senior apartment building that was evacuated after a fire last week said this morning there is no specific timetable for when residents can return home. "We are aiming … more
It was a meeting like no other of the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education. On Jan. 21, the crowd spilled out of the board room and into the foyer. Reporters and news cameras flanked one wall. Two former board members formally joined the … more
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