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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
Excited laughter and conversations among young voices created a different atmosphere at the Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant as more than 500 students from Englewood, Littleton and Denver made a field trip there for World Water Day … more
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
The life sentence delivered by a divided jury to Aurora theater shooter James Holmes averts an uncertain path to execution in a state that has put only one person to death since 1967. But the murder of 12 theatergoers three years ago was so … 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
On a recent evening, Bryan Myers walked with his dog on a section of the High Line Canal trail just west of County Line Road between Highlands Ranch and Littleton. The canal that runs alongside the path was dry, littered with dead trees lying amid a … more
A cricket club in Littleton. Markets that sell ethnic Asian Indian foods in Lone Tree. A new Hindu temple in Centennial. The growing population of Asian Indians is changing the ethnic makeup of communities in the south metro area. “I used to … more
Area mayors are stepping up to help Colorado residents who are struggling to find a place to call home. On Aug. 5, the Metro Mayors Caucus launched the Landlord Incentive Program, “in recognition of the regional nature of the challenge of … 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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