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DA files charges in police impersonation case

The first court appearance for the man accused of impersonating a police officer is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16, in Adams County District Court. Jose Flores Ortiz, 37, also faces … more

‘Unmasked’ highlights mental-health struggles

Olympic Gold Medalist Missy Franklin talked about her road to recovering from mental-health struggles during a special event held in Castle Pines on Sept. 10. The event, titled “Unmasked,” was … more

A taste of Jamaica in Centennial

Tamara Nisbeth has seen the power of recommendations, referrals and reviews firsthand.  Folks come in from the airport, luggage still in the car, and stop at her restaurant on their way to their … more

Daniels Scholarship Program applications open

Colorado high-school seniors can apply to become a 2023 Daniels Scholar and receive up to $100,000 towards their college degree. The program provides a chance for students to attend the college of … more

  Pediatric dentistry practices celebrate grand opening

Businesses that provide pediatric dentistry in Adams County are going to celebrate their joint grand opening at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 22, at Adams County’s first community resource hub, 7190 Colorado … more

VIDEO: Break-in yields no suspects and one coyote

Weld County sheriff's deputies didn't find a burglar after a reported crime in the 13000 block of Weld County Road 2, near Brighton, Sept. 8. But they .did find a … more

Arvada Police Officer Dillon Michael Vakoff killed in line of duty

An Arvada police officer was killed while responding to a disturbance on the 6700 block of West 51st Avenue before 5:30 a.m. Sept. 11. Dillon Michael Vakoff, 27, was identified as the victim of a shooting that took place in the early hours.  more

Centennial council approves 3.5% lodging tax ballot question

Centennial residents will see a question on the November ballot to add a 3.5% city lodging tax, following Centennial City Council’s approval of the question during its Sept. 6 … more

Englewood pauses major bridge projects citing 'budget constraints'

Two major infrastructure plans in the City of Englewood — one to replace the aging South Broadway bridge over U.S. Highway 285 and one to create a new bridge for bicyclists and pedestrians crossing Oxford Avenue — have been paused due to "budget constraints," according to a city statement.  more

Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas counties may avoid $50 million cost in Tri-County breakup

A court has dismissed Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas counties from a lawsuit that arose out of the impending breakup of Tri-County Health Department — a ruling that signals that the health agency, not the counties, may end up on the hook for an alleged $50 million penalty. more

Littleton City Council to review Aspen Grove plans following complaints

Littleton City Council is expected to review the planning commission’s decision to approve a plan for nearly 500 new homes at the Aspen Grove shopping center — the latest in a months-long battle waged by some city residents who are against the redevelopment.  more

Business Corner: Littleton Eatery finding its footing

Tucked behind a car dealership on South Broadway, first-time restaurateur Gene Hill is ushering a Littleton cafe through an “identity crisis.”  Originally billed as Brad B Jammin’ PB&J … more

Littleton police arrest former soccer coach accused of sexual assault

According to a department statement, James William Bain was charged with five felony counts of sexual assault on a child and sexual assault on a child by a person in a position of trust.  more

Colorado lawmakers talk healthcare reforms in new climate, health and tax bill

The Inflation Reduction Act — or IRA — which congressional Democrats passed last month over unified Republican opposition, marks the largest spending in climate change initiatives in U.S. history and allocates billions for subsidized health insurance and deficit reduction. more

The many metro manifestations of mango

From a refugee resources center offering an array of dine-in cuisines to a dessert bar fusing traditional Hong Kong sweets with western styles, the mango serves as a token of the wider world for a land-locked metropolitan area.  more

Facing ‘backlog’ of applications, Arapahoe County scales back emergency rent service

Arapahoe County partially hit the brakes on its Emergency Rental Assistance program and, as of Sept. 1, is only accepting applications from those already in the court process of an eviction in an attempt to catch up on a “backlog” of cases. more

Youth Image Summit returns to Brighton in November

The city of Brighton’s youth services department will host the sixth annual Image Summit Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 2 and 3, at Riverdale Regional Park, 9755 Henderson Road. The two-day … more

Majority of laws passed received bipartisan support

A record number of bills became law in Colorado for the second straight year, and a majority of the 39 Republicans in the statehouse voted in favor of 56% of them, according to a Colorado Sun … more

Why is it so hard to cut Colorado ozone?

Ozone is the toxic air pollutant that has a lot of smart people on the Front Range really befuddled right now. Colorado is making big cuts to greenhouse gases, mainly by closing coal-fired power … more

Voters to decide whether to allow wine sales in grocery stores

Colorado voters will have a chance in November to weigh in on the state’s long-running alcohol-policy war. The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office announced Friday that three ballot measures … more
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