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Broncos backup quarterback Chad Kelly arrested on suspicion of home trespass in Englewood

Chad Kelly, backup quarterback for the Denver Broncos, was arrested on suspicion of illegally entering a home in Englewood after midnight on Oct. 23, according to a news release by Englewood police. … more

Program dedicated to youth mental health

In Colorado, suicide is the leading cause of death for youths ages 10-17, and one in six teens has a diagnosable mental health condition, Children's Hospital Colorado reports. Over the last decade, … more

Centennial Sears to close after decades

About six decades ago, a young Sue Rosser and her sisters would eagerly await the arrival of the Sears catalog. The Christmas toy catalog was the most anticipated, a dog-eared window into the … more

Sterling Ranch dedicates first public park

Pat Gallagher was among a small group of people who contributed to the vision of Sterling Ranch, a master-planned development in northwest Douglas County. He was instrumental in crafting a set of … more

Teacher death probe beset by obstacles

With questions mounting about the murder charge against Daniel Pesch in the 2010 death of Kiowa High School teacher Randy Wilson, a look at the history of the case reveals an investigation that has … more

Governor candidates keep slugging as election nears

Republican state Treasurer Walker Stapleton and Democratic U.S. Rep. Jared Polis clashed again over health care, guns and Colorado's energy future in the fifth one-on-one debate of their … more

Pumpkin pole spectacle dresses up Main Street

Autumn is in the air and pumpkins are on the poles in downtown Littleton, thanks to the nearly 30 merchants who participated in the annual Halloween-themed Pumpkin Pole celebration that is … more

Congressional District 6 candidates get combative at forum

With less than three weeks left before Election Day, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman and Democratic challenger Jason Crow went for the political jugular at a forum that saw attacks on credibility as much as … more

Paralyzing illness spurs search for medical clues

U.S. health officials recently reported a jump in cases of a rare paralyzing illness in children, and said it seems to be following an every-other-year pattern. At least 62 cases have been confirmed … more

A harvesting good time

Pumpkins, apples and fall fun abounded in the south metro area this month with nearby communities hosting festivals to celebrate the season. Ali Loomis, of Centennial, brought her two sons to pick … more

Riding for Englewood flood victims

Sometimes, community is dressed in black and barreling down a highway. About two dozen motorcycle riders — along with a few in cars — participated in a charity poker run in the south Denver metro … more

Farmers market winds up a ‘terrific’ season

The Aspen Grove Metro Denver Farmers Market closed its stalls Oct. 10, marking an end to another season in the outdoor shopping center’s parking lot. Starting in June, every Wednesday from 10 a.m. … more

A harvesting good time at Littleton festival

Pumpkins, apples and fall fun abounded Oct. 14 at the Littleton Museum’s annual Harvest Festival, which drew children and families to the farms at 6028 S. Gallup St. Besides pumpkin-picking, … more

Bond would address access issues at Newton, officials say

Students, staff and parents with disabilities are at a serious disadvantage when navigating Newton Middle School, according to Littleton Public Schools officials, forcing staff to adjust student … more

Philanthropy Day honorees announced

National Philanthropy Day in Colorado celebrates giving, volunteering and charitable engagement. The day highlights the contribution that philanthropy, and those involved in the philanthropic … more

Officials with business edge vie for Colorado governor's seat

In the governor’s race, Coloradans have a choice between two candidates with business acumen who have each served in their current public offices for about a decade. Republican Walker Stapleton, … more

Colorado governor candidates juggle local issues

To hear the candidates, their campaigns and political ads tell it, voters might get the impression the race for Colorado’s governor seat is all about President Donald Trump. But up close, the … more

Teen video contest encourages value of saving money

Sunflower Bank is accepting submissions for its Lights, Camera, Save! video contest, which enourages teens to use video to communicate the value of saving money and inspire peers to become livelong … more

Slicing — not skating — on the ice in Texas Roadhouse competition

Usually, onlookers might see hockey players or leisurely ice skaters at South Suburban Ice Arena, but Oct. 8 was a day for chopping raw meat. Nearly 30 butchers from Texas Roadhouse restaurants in … more

Centennial requires buffer between homes, new hotels

More than half a year after residents in several neighborhoods raised a clarion call to halt a proposed extended-stay lodging facility in south Centennial, the city will now require new hotels to be … more
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