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Second suspect arrested following chase, fatal crash in Littleton

Denver police arrested a second suspect in connection with a police chase that ended with a deadly crash in Littleton on Feb. 6, according to a news release. Mario Juan Jose, 24, was arrested in … more

South metro Denver area braces for potential flight-path changes

Disruptions to daily life and disturbances to the environment are among the consequences south metro-area mayors fear could land on their cities if a federal plan to reroute airplane traffic is … more

DA’s office outlines proper debt-collection practices

Scare-tactic scams are widespread, specifically callers purporting to be debt collectors and threatening arrest if the party refuses to immediately pay According to a news release from the 18th … more

IN THEIR BUSINESS: News and notes from the business community

Hotels change hands Stonebridge Companies, a privately owned hotel owner, operator and developer headquartered in Denver, has assumed management of three metro Denver Hyatt properties, according to a … more

Bill would place more judges in stressed judicial districts

In some Colorado district courtrooms, a continually growing caseload is overwhelming staff. Dockets are swelling. Felony case filings in particular have spiked across the state in recent years. … more

Jayne Davicsin loved surfing, roller coasters

Jayne Davicsin was 25 when she died, but to her stepdad Frank Costello, she'll always be a little girl. Davicsin was killed in the early hours of Feb. 6 when a woman fleeing police crashed into a car … more

Ryan Carter was 'miracle' only child

Ryan Carter's parents called him their “miracle baby.” Ryan's mom Tracy was 35 when he was born, following years of fertility treatments. His due date was Christmas, but he arrived 10 days early. … more

Windermere evacuees moving forward, moving on

The room was filled with smiles. Three months after an early-morning fire at Littleton's Windermere apartments left a man dead, many injured and more than 160 residents homeless, dozens of former … more

Hotel proposed for site near downtown Littleton

If a Texas development group gets its way, an extended-stay hotel could be coming to the downtown Littleton area. Pure Strike Development, based in Bryan, Texas, has submitted plans to the city to … more

DeGette speaks on homelessness, opioid crisis

At the start of a new Congress, Colorado Community Media caught up with U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette (D-Colorado), who represents the 1st Congressional District, to talk about some of her plans for the … more

Murders of teen couple 19 years ago still unsolved

It's been 19 years since 15-year-old Nick Kunselman and his girlfriend, 16-year-old Stephanie Hart, were gunned down in a Subway sandwich shop at Pierce Street and Coal Mine Avenue in the early hours … more

Colorado Democrats push changes to presidential electors

Following Donald Trump's 2016 presidential victory over an opponent who won 3 million more votes, Colorado's Democrat-controlled Legislature is fast-tracking a bill to join other states in casting … more

Littleton City Attorney Kemp placed on leave

Littleton City Attorney Stephen Kemp was placed on paid administrative leave on Feb. 8 amid undisclosed “personnel issues,” Littleton Mayor Debbie Brinkman said on Feb. 12. “I'm not happy about … more

'Shark Tank' event coming to Lone Tree

The South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce is hosting its annual Shark Tank event April 30 at the Lone Tree Arts Center. The event goes from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. and will feature six nonprofit … more

Poll finds support for public lands protections in the west

Colorado residents continue to support efforts to keep public lands protected and accessible, according to the ninth annual Colorado College State of the Rockies Project Conservation in the West … more

HOPE food pantry to close on Broadway

On a bitter cold day on South Broadway, Catherine McHenry got on the phone to help a man who came in from the snow find information about Giving Heart, a homeless-services center just a few blocks … more

City sculptures removed for restoration work

Pac-Man is getting a facelift. The big steel sculpture in Bowles Grove Park — which locals often refer to as Pac-Man for its resemblance to the video game — is one of three public artworks … more

Centennial taps former sheriff on whether to form police department

The City of Centennial has retained former Arapahoe County Sheriff David Walcher as a consultant to study whether the city, which contracts for law enforcement service from the sheriff's office, … more

Arapahoe County jail, stressed by growth, may need replacing, officials say

Arapahoe County's jail is aging and may need to be replaced in coming years, say county officials. The facility built in 1986 is increasingly stretched thin as the county's population booms, said … more

Council creates youth advisory committee

Littleton City Council wants to hear from young people. The council approved the convening of the Next Generation Advisory Committee at its Feb. 5 meeting, with plans to recruit millennials to give … more
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