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On a sunny August morning, Kathy Letson sits inside her Centennial bakery and talks about how she started her business, her voice drowned out by the doorbell’s ringing as a steady stream of customers comes and goes. Since she opened Gluten … more
Health officials are strengthening warnings about the potentially fatal consequences of mixing prescription painkillers and sedatives like Xanax, saying the combination can lead to breathing problems, coma and death. The Food and Drug … more
In late August, a student in a class at Colorado Cardiac CPR and First Aid Training in Littleton experienced chest pains and other symptoms of cardiac problems. Luckily, she was surrounded by people who knew exactly what to do. An ambulance … more
When Park Meadows mall was being built in the mid-1990s, some in the fledgling city of Lone Tree didn't favor it — some didn't even know what the massive structure near I-25 and County Line Road was going to be. "When I first moved here, I was … more
Democrats and Republicans aren’t the only ones reaching out to Colorado voters — the Libertarian and Green parties are hoping to target disaffected voters who do not care for either Republican nominee Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Hillary … more
Amid the food vendors and festivalgoers, politicians and their supporters worked Main Street in an effort to sway votes. The recent sunny Saturday — Western Welcome Week’s Festival Day — in downtown Littleton was more evidence of Arapahoe … more
While Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, has attempted to distance himself from the party’s presidential candidate in his effort to retain the 6th Congressional District seat, his opponent is making an effort to tie Coffman to Donald Trump’s words. “I … more
The 18th Judicial District has become the first in Colorado to go all-digital with the legal process known as “discovery.” District Attorney George H. Brauchler volunteered his district to be the first in the state to go live with a new … more
A lawsuit by a group of Littleton residents seeking to appeal the city's approval of a development will not move forward after a summary judgment was issued in favor of the city. The group Advocates for Littleton had filed a lawsuit against … more
When Littleton conducted its resident survey this spring, 48 percent of respondents listed traffic among the three most pressing concerns in the city, the most of any issue. Traffic was near the top of residents' concerns in the 2012 and 2014 … more
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