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A Highlands Ranch woman has created what she calls the Uber of learning. Sudha Chandrasekharan’s website, Learnskillz, is an online platform for students to find a teacher, book a lesson either face-to-face or virtually, and then rate the … more
Coors Field in Denver radiated energy with about 2,000 people in attendance for the second annual Denver Metro Out of the Darkness Community Walk. Among the crowd was a group of 30 people, of all ages, wearing matching red T-shirts that read, … more
About 3 million Americans have served in the military since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and just as there are differences between generations of the public at large, there are differences between younger veterans and those who served before … more
Ana Yelen sees the lack of mental health and medical services available to veterans and she wants to do what she can to help them get the care they deserve. “Our service members are really hurting,” she said. “If these things were … more
A Centennial man accused of killing his neighbor and shooting two other people, including his own wife, did not enter a plea as scheduled on Sept. 23 after his defense attorneys asked for a continuance. "We're doing some confidential things in … more
While work on an expansion of C-470 between I-25 and Kipling Parkway is set to start early next month, a group of Highlands Ranch residents that has sued over the project wants construction to halt until the lawsuit is settled. The Highlands … more
After more than 40 years serving up Italian fare on Capitol Hill, Angelo's Taverna has opened a second location, this one in Littleton, and it includes an on-location urban winery, something co-owner Craig Jones says is unique in Colorado. Carboy … more
A leadership program at Eugene Field Elementary School, based on the popular “Seven Habits” series of self-help books, is getting a boost from Groove Auto in the form of a $6,000 grant. Principal Lyn Bajaj said that the Leader in Me program … more
Thomas Westbrook had a feeling something was wrong at ITT Technical Institute earlier this year. “A few of us had an inkling something was fishy because they stopped taking new students in,” the Westminster resident said. He said school … more
Mike and Rachael Sundeen have driven past the new Gander MTN store before, but the evening of Sept. 13 was the first time they saw people going in. Though they didn't have an invitation for the exclusive pre-opening event, they said the store's … more
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