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The Parker Police Department is searching for a possible police impersonator who pulled a woman over on a busy road in the middle of the day. Investigators have ruled out traffic stops by the … more
The Douglas County coroner identified a Kiowa man as the pilot killed in a small plane crash in northeastern Douglas County. Gregory Dirk Pelley, 53, died after his twin-engine plane crashed … more
Legislation that would have banned the sale of cigarettes to people younger than 21 died in a House committee on March 19. The bill received support from those who believe that smoking is a societal ill and who want to see more done to keep … more
Colorado's economy grew stronger in 2013 and that momentum is expected to continue through the coming years, factors that will contribute to a state general fund budget for next year that will exceed … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed two bills into law on March 17 that tighten regulations of marijuana sales and aim to make it more difficult for the drug to be consumed by children. House Bill 1122 … more
Littleton Public Schools elementary and middle school students participated in the district. It was quite an exciting competition with words like “chimoplagic” and legerdemain,” and it came down to the word “nuance.” Euclid Middle … more
Arapahoe Community College’s Law Enforcement Academy will host a Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Career Day on April 2, from 9 a.m. to noon. Law-enforcement agencies and security companies from throughout Colorado will be on hand to answer … more
U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette has nominated Emily Gramer of Littleton High School to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Each year, the U.S. Service Academies accept a limited number of students. In order to be admitted, students must receive a … more
The Centennial Youth Commission is bringing back its Youth Achievement Awards program again this year. The $500 scholarship program honors three Centennial high school students who have significantly impacted the Centennial community through … more
Centennial will move one step closer to becoming a “gigabit city” when a number of city officials attend an influential broadband development conference in Austin, Texas, next month. The Texas event is considered so vital to the city's … more
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