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Military academy and ROTC informational Zoom on Sept. 15

On Sept. 15, between 5-7 p.m. Mountain time, the five Service Academies (U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy) and … more

Douglas County School District superintendent resigns

Douglas County School District Superintendent Thomas Tucker tendered his resignation Tuesday night at an emergency meeting of the school board. more

Denver council OKs $20M deal for new emergency homeless shelter

The Denver City Council has approved a $19.8 million contract to open a new emergency homeless shelter in Northeast Park Hill that will serve up to 450 people as wintry weather quickly approaches. … more

Denver’s group-living proposal lacks support from City Council

A controversial proposal that would update Denver’s zoning requirements on who can live together under one roof continues to meet fierce opposition, including from the majority of City Council … more

Your money's no good here

In March, as the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic washed over the nation, Jennifer Lisiecki of Denver posted on Facebook that she was available to provide child care for friends. Soon, as grocery … more

Lone Tree In-N-Out on track to open this year

Officials of In-N-Out Burger say the company remains on track to open its first three Colorado restaurants by the end of the year, including its Lone Tree location near County Line Road and Yosemite … more

Kendrick Castillo, who stood up to shooters in STEM School shooting, nominated for national heroes garden

Douglas County commissioners have nominated Kendrick Castillo, the 18-year-old who was killed in the May 7, 2019, shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch, to be memorialized in a national statue … more

New poll: Hickenlooper leads Gardner for Senate

New polling of likely Colorado voters released Sept. 3 shows former Gov. John Hickenlooper opening up a lead over U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner on the strength of a wide advantage among unaffiliated voters. more

Colorado to add up to 62 ballot drop boxes for fall election

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has announced that there will be 368 ballot drop boxes statewide for the Nov. 3 election. “I am happy to announce that over the last two years Colorado has … more

Polis urges Coloradans to be cautious about COVID-19 over Labor Day weekend

As Labor Day weekend approaches, Gov. Jared Polis urged Coloradans to continue COVID-19 precautions. Polis emphasized the importance of avoiding large gatherings, wearing masks and staying … more

Walls can talk — From COVID-19 to Black Lives Matter, street art thriving in the Denver area

When Denver muralist Austin Zucchini-Fowler came up with the idea to create a mural depicting an angel-winged nurse in a fighter’s stance wearing boxing gloves last April, he did not imagine the … more

Commentary: A student's view of in-person school

After a summer filled with ever-changing reopening plans, I finally returned to Heritage High School in Littleton to begin my senior year on Aug. 24. more

Colorado Supreme Court declines to hear Neville's challenge to Polis' mask order

The Colorado Supreme Court has declined to hear a lawsuit filed by House Minority Leader Patrick Neville of Castle Rock challenging the authority of Gov. Jared Polis to require mask use. more

Man sentenced to 18-year prison term for striking, killing Parker cyclist, then fleeing

A driver who struck and killed a Parker resident who was riding his bicycle last year was sentenced Friday to 18 years in prison. more

RTD board appoints 1st woman as transit agency's CEO

Debra A. Johnson, the current deputy CEO of Long Beach Transit in southern California, will be the next CEO and general manager of the Regional Transportation District. On Aug. 25, RTD’s board of … more

Local fire agencies pitch in on Colorado blazes, hurricane area

Firefighters from across the metro area were deployed to assist at the scene of Colorado wildfires and with the aftermath of Hurricane Laura on the Gulf Coast. more

Castle Rock lawmaker, conservative commentator sue Polis over mask order

Colorado House Republican leader Patrick Neville of Castle Rock and conservative commentator Michelle Malkin on Wednesday sued. Gov. Jared Polis over the statewide mask order. more

‘If I can beat that, nothing scares me’

Alone and isolated in an ICU bed, stuck with three IVs, a feeding tube and connected to a ventilator, Jason Jahanian prepared himself to die. “I was in a bad place,” Jahanian said. more

Douglas County school's 6th grade in quarantine after positive COVID-19 test

Sixth-grade students and teachers at Sand Creek Elementary School in Highlands Ranch are under quarantine for two weeks after someone in the grade tested positive for COVID-19. more

Colorado ends pause on COVID-19 variance applications for some counties

In mid-July, Colorado began what was to be a two-week pause on accepting any new applications for variances — waivers that allow counties to tweak the state's restrictions on activities and … more
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