News
388 results total, viewing 1 - 10
A former U.S. soldier accused of shooting and killing a transit guard in downtown Denver in late January says he is a supporter of the Islamic State group, but investigators say they have not found evidence the terror group had anything to do with … more
A preliminary hearing scheduled for Feb. 24 for the suspect in a pair of late July daytime gunpoint carjackings in Littleton, as well as another carjacking in Aurora, was continued until April 3. Tremaine Dwayne Speer, 32, faces charges of … more
After listening to the evidence presented in a Feb. 22 preliminary hearing, 18th Judicial District Judge J. Stephen Collins ruled that teenagers Louis Fernando Lara-Macias and Raheem Vaughn Benson … more
Bob Shiley climbs into his Cessna 172, a white four-door plane that sits in a hangar at Centennial Airport. He clicks on an iPad that sits in the middle of the steering wheel and pulls up an intricate map of the sky. “It keeps you young trying … more
The south metro suburbs may not spring to mind when one thinks of Mardi Gras, but downtown Littleton celebrated the beginning of Lent a little early. Bars and restaurants around town hosted blues bands and served Louisiana-style food and drink on … more
For four years, Dirt Coffee has been serving up locally roasted coffee out of its truck at farmers’ markets and events around the Denver area while helping an oft-overlooked segment of society. “The main mission is to employ and empower … more
Members of the military who are trying to transition into the civilian workforce received free suits and business attire at an event in Lone Tree last week. The clothing was collected by the Farmers Insurance Suits for Soldiers national campaign … more
Rat complaints are on the rise in Littleton, possibly due to a decrease in the predator population in the area over the last several years. City spokeswoman Kelli Narde said the city had heard reports of an increased numbers of rats from all over … more
Award-winning writer Dave Cheadle finds a comfortable position in his favorite chair to work on the final novel in his trilogy about the looming fate of the world. “Freak Fall,” the first book in the trilogy the author calls the apocalyptic … more
Young men and women stepped out of limousines, walked the red carpet, ate a catered dinner and danced the night away at the Night to Shine prom at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Centennial. “This is my first prom,” said Nora Jacobs, … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 39 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.