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Virtual Garth Brooks: Drive-in concert comes to Lone Tree

The southeast parking lot of Park Meadows mall turned into a drive-in for a night. A Garth Brooks live pop-up concert took place June 27 at the Lone Tree shopping complex, attracting dozens of … more

South High one of 25 mini grant recipients

Doing historic preservation work always requires assistance to ensure that buildings, stories and resources remain available and vital. But doing that work in the midst of a global pandemic is a … more

Tri-County ramps up COVID-19 tracing effort

Tri-County Health hopes to expand its paid volunteer staff over the next month, ramping up an effort to track COVID-19’s spread through the area through contact tracing. “Contact tracing is one … more

'Talk about a project of the times': Artists decorate hand sanitizer stations throughout Belmar

After being stuck in her home for so long, Lakewood based artist Kaitlin Ziesmer said the opportunity to work on an outdoor public art project was a nice reason to get outside. Rather than working on … more

Primary 2020: Democrats Hickenlooper, Romanoff differ on the big issues

Tuesday, Colorado Democrats will pick a U.S. Senate nominee to represent the party against incumbent Republican Cory Gardner, a seat that could go a long way to determining which party runs the Senate. more

INTERVIEW: Cory Gardner awaits Tuesday's top Democrat in Colorado vote

Gardner waits to find out officially whether former Gov. John Hickenlooper or his more liberal counterpart Andrew Romanoff emerges from Tuesday’s Democratic primary. more

Hundreds gather for Black Lives Matter walk in Littleton

By the time the walk set off on a winding route to the nearby courthouse, escorted by Littleton Police officers, the crowd stretched for blocks. more

In a bizarre, broken session, Colorado lawmakers make history

The 71st Colorado General Assembly completed its abbreviated session on June 15, marked by masks, protests outside the building and angst over losing ground on programs and priorities. more

'Protect our neighbors': Colorado unveils 3rd phase of social distancing

Life in Colorado will take a big leap toward normalcy when new state rules go into effect to allow bars, theaters, and indoor and outdoor concerts to open again as early as this week. Large event … more

DA Brauchler rebuffs lawmaker’s claim about false COVID-19 death numbers

No charges will be forthcoming against the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment after a state legislator accused the agency of falsifying COVID-19 death certificates, with District … more

Colorado legislature sends vaccination bill to the governor

Lawmakers in the General Assembly have put to bed a two-year fight to boost the state's last-in-the-nation track record on immunizations. more

Colorado legislature approves police accountability bill

"I can be a yes vote and still be absolutely disgusted by some of the comments and the graffiti outside of these walls," said House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, R-Castle Rock. more

Hickenlooper pressed on ethics violations in feisty U.S. Senate debate with Romanoff

The two Democrats competing in Colorado's June 30 primary to take on Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner met on a virtual debate stage night as ballots are beginning to arrive in voters' mailboxes. more

Colorado House passes immunization bill

The Colorado House passed a bill that will require those seeking a waiver from school immunizations to file a standard report to say why or take an online class. more

Metro Denver communities gather in protest

When Hana Berhanu stepped up to the mic in front of hundreds at a June 7 Castle Rock protest, she first spoke about the anxiety she felt in deciding what to share that afternoon. She didn’t know if … more

Woman who died by jail suicide in Douglas County was shining light to many

The loss of a Highlands Ranch woman who died by suicide May 29 after a brief stay in the Douglas County jail has left her community reeling as loved ones grapple with the event and the questions that … more

DA Brauchler won't press charges after legislator accuses CDPHE of falsifying COVID-19 records

No charges will be filed against the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment after a state legislator accused the agency of falsifying COVID-19 death certificates, according to a release … more

Watch out for fraud connected to legitimate COVID-19 fears

Over the past several months, our country and others around the world have pulled inward, slowed down, and taken a more conservative pace amidst the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. Yet, scammers are … more

12 metro police agencies joined Denver during protests

In the days after protests against racial injustice and police brutality first broke out in Denver on May 28, the Denver Police Department called in backup from a dozen metro-area law enforcement … more
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