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Judge Carlos Samour Jr. expressed frustration at the slow pace of the case of a Centennial man facing murder and attempted murder charges in an April shooting. Attorneys for Kevin Lyons, who is suspected of killing a well-known Centennial doctor, … more
It’s 8 a.m. on Nov. 7, a quiet morning inside South Metro Fire Rescue Station 44 at 12625 E. Lincoln Ave. Patrick Grout and Taylor Olson watch an online training seminar. Olson, a three-year veteran, sits in a recliner while Grout, the … more
In a race that wasn't decided until 10 days after the polls closed, a Centennial Democrat has unseated a Parker Republican on the Colorado State Board of Education. Rebecca McClellan, a former member of the Centennial City Council, has emerged as … more
Many Coloradans take to the trails to enjoy fall colors and get some exercise before winter's arrival, but a recent trip to the great outdoors was serious business for students at Rocky Vista University. During the first week of November, a … more
For the first time, a new drug given along with a cholesterol-lowering statin medicine has proved able to shrink plaque that is clogging arteries, potentially giving a way to undo some of the damage of heart disease. The difference was very small … more
Most people wouldn’t think to look for innovative technology and wellness treatments in one of Parker’s oldest buildings, but that’s what’s in store at Parker Day & Med Spa. The spa, at 19767 Pikes Peak Ave., blends the old and the new in … more
The Streets at SouthGlenn is going beyond decorations for its busiest season of the year and will attract customers with a variety of free events. “We consider ourselves part of the community first and foremost,” said Keri Navarette, … more
As the recruitment firm is being selected to direct Centennial's search for its next city manager, discussions among the city council regarding qualities the next candidate should possess have begun. “We are looking for someone to lead the city … more
In the wake of a new state law requiring school districts in Colorado to allow for medical marijuana use by approved students, Littleton Public Schools is developing a policy guiding use. Affected students make up a very small subset of students … more
Greg Reinke, owner of Reinke Bros. Halloween and Costume Superstore in downtown Littleton, has concerns about Colorado's newly approved minimum wage that will pay workers $12 an hour by 2020. “A kid comes into my store, he's 16, he wants a job … more
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