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In the 18 months since he took over Littleton Fire Rescue, Chief Chris Armstrong has implemented a number of changes and new programs. “I think we've made some tremendous strides in moving our department forward,” he told Littleton City … more
Bridgette Yeboah-Spaun had no idea she would fall in love with someone in the United States when she came here from Ghana to study nursing, she said. Four years later, she was elated to take pictures with her husband Ben shortly after becoming a … more
Following weeks of heavy rain and more expected over the next few days, authorities are taking action to stem the risk of flooding in the Denver metro area. Rising water levels have prompted the … more
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help with locating a missing motorcyclist. Robert Jacobs, 65, was last seen at 4 p.m. June 8 in Castle Rock, riding his black Harley … more
The sounds of live music got everyone moving and off their blankets on the lawn at Centennial Center Park's Summer Kickoff on June 6. Children of all ages were seen dancing near the stage to northern Colorado alternative folk band Pandas & … more
More than 400 people sprinted, jogged or even unicycled their way across the finish line at the third annual Splash Dash at Arapahoe High School and the surrounding neighborhoods. The 5K race was put on June 7 by the Drennen’s Dreams Foundation to … more
South Suburban Parks and Recreation District board member Sue Rosser described the May 23 re-opening of Willow Creek Park playground as “a madhouse of excited kids and parents.” Months delayed by winter snow and heavy spring rain, … more
Millions of people in the United States struggle to do something that could save them money and, in some cases, save their lives. “Americans are burning candles at both ends and not making sleep a priority,” said Dr. Stephen Duntley, medical … more
With the arrival of summer, it's time for gleaming beauties to roll out of the garage and onto the roadways.Whether it's a car, truck or motorcycle, revelers at Parker Days will be struck by the … more
“Forming a college in 1965 was the first and genteel way to transform Littleton's central core. But that same year, floodwaters swept down the South Platte, washing away the debris of decades, and producing a less gentle transformation. On June … more
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