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Suspect arrested in hate crime case in Aurora

A man has been arrested in the case of a bias-motivated crime, otherwise known as a hate crime, that occurred July 23 at a Rocket Gas Station in Aurora, the Aurora Police Department announced Aug. 25 … more

Care Forward Colorado to offer free education to aspiring healthcare workers

Gov. Jared Polis announced the Care Forward Colorado program Aug. 24, an initiative that makes community college and technical programs free for aspiring healthcare professionals across the state.  more

Resident survey shows concern for crime, less belief of affordability in Littleton

A recent survey of nearly 700 Littleton residents shows that crime has risen as a top concern for citizens — and that affordability as a reason for living in the city has dramatically declined over the past 10 years. more

Heralding national climate bill, younger Littleton leaders push for local action

The same day President Joe Biden signed into law the largest climate change bill in United States history, a committee of young Littleton residents stood before their elected officials and urged swift environmental action. more

Colorado's flourishing fungi foraging community

Popping up alongside the wildflowers, near creek beds and scattered through meadows in Colorado’s forests are a rainbow variety of fungi, which an increasing number of foragers are taking advantage of.  more

State moves toward importing drugs from Canada

Colorado has taken another step toward importing lower-cost prescription drugs from Canada, after signing contracts with companies on both sides of the border that will handle the transaction. The … more

What's Working: Rise in business closures

The Colorado Secretary of State’s office last week shared the latest quarterly update on how small businesses in the state are doing. It’s mixed, Secretary of State Jena Griswold said. Job growth … more

Boutique owner happy to work

Jen Burgess doesn’t like to think of the problems that every small business owner encounters as challenges. She prefers to call them little hurdles instead.  “If you can jump that little hurdle … more

Panel to 27J: Wait for mill-levy override

With 27J Schools Superintendent Chris Fiedler’s words as a backdrop, a 15-member panel of Brighton citizens examined the district’s finances and made a presentation to the 27J … more

What to do with the ‘oldest working thing’ in Denver?

The City Ditch, widely credited with Denver's early success as a Western American city, could soon be enclosed as the City of Englewood plans for a new piping project intended to modernize its drinking water infrastructure.  more

Man arrested for allegedly pointing gun at teens near Arapahoe High School

During the first week of school, School Resource Officers at Arapahoe High School arrested an 18-year-old man, Connor Beals, for allegedly pointing a gun at two teenagers at a King Soopers near the … more

Hundreds celebrate foster care and kinship families

Maryanne Grant’s journey to becoming a foster mom started with her work as a court-appointed special advocate, otherwise referred to as “CASA.”  These volunteers are … more

Developers of proposed Englewood residential complex address resident concerns

A packed room of about 50 people gathered in a meeting room at Englewood Recreation Center on Aug. 10 for a neighborhood meeting with the developers of the proposed 395-unit residential complex near … more

More than 3,000 attend Centennial Under the Stars

As the sun set and bright glow sticks began to illuminate the sky at Centennial Center Park, 5-year-old Josie Faucheux danced with her mom, Ann Faucheux, as her 3-year-old sister, Jade Faucheux, … more

COVID discussions continue as Colorado students return to school

As students walk back into classrooms in the fourth school year amid the coronavirus pandemic, parents may find themselves wondering: When can we stop worrying about COVID-19? more

Congressman Jason Crow to host Centennial town hall

Jason Crow, a Colorado Democrat who represents Colorado’s 6th Congressional District, will host an in-person town hall in Centennial on Monday, Aug. 22, Crow’s office announced. more

FBI sex trafficking sweep locates 27 missing kids along Front Range

A national FBI effort aimed at identifying and helping victims of sex trafficking recovered 11 child victims in Colorado during the first week of August, according to the FBI's Denver office. more

Petition to change Littleton election rules fails to meet November ballot deadline

A campaign by Littleton residents that began in early July to alter laws governing certain petitions and elections in the city has failed to meet the needed signature requirement and deadline to be placed on the Nov. 8 ballot.  more

Victim of shooting at Arvada’s Palmetto Club Apartments in stable condition

The victim of a shooting that took place the morning of Aug. 18 at the Palmetto Club Apartments in Arvada is in stable condition after surgery, according to Arvada Police Department Public Information Officer Dave Snelling. more

Here's what's on your Littleton ballot this November

Ballot questions include a referendum on redevelopment plans for Aspen Grove, a lodging tax, a change to the city charter and — for some voters — a new downtown financing authority. more
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