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Arapahoe County deputy rescues 93-year-old man from fire

A 93-year-old man was one of two people to go to the hospital with minor injuries caused by a fire at Club Valencia, a condominium building just outside of east Denver. more

Englewood Public Library now offering limited services

The City of Englewood announced Wednesday that its public library is now offering limited services, as it remains closed to the public while undergoing methamphetamine contamination remediation. more

Minor injuries reported after car, train collide

South Adams County fire officials said injuries from a train-vs.-car collison Jan. 31 were minor. The incident happened shortly before 1 p.m. near Easst 58th Avenue and Brighton Road. Details on … more

Juvenile violent crime is rising

Violent crimes that land kids and teens in Colorado’s youth corrections system are on the rise, accounting for 41% of admissions in 2022. From homicides, to sexual assaults, to robberies at … more

Weather and gas prices causing higher utility bills

The spiking energy bills affecting many Coloradans are caused by colder weather and higher gas prices — factors over which neither regulators nor utilities have control, the Colorado Public Utility … more

Colorado may end age-discriminating work question

Asking someone their age is considered impolite. But asking a job candidate? That’s perfectly legal. A bill at the state legislature would change that, at least in Colorado, and prohibit companies … more

Health care giants form one insurance company

By some measures, the Denver metro area has one of the most competitive hospital markets in the country. Large health systems duke it out every year for supremacy in the multibillion-dollar … more

Educators urge lawmakers to pay schools what they’re owed

Mary Rose Donahue keeps a box of scissors in her classroom, not for arts and crafts projects with her students but for the same reason she also stores a baseball bat and a first-aid kit complete with … more

Arapahoe County gives over $2 million to nonprofits

Arapahoe County has awarded over $2 million to nonprofit organizations in the region to support their work in serving the county’s at-risk and underserved populations. more

Englewood selects remediation contractor following discovery of more meth contamination

After the City of Englewood received data Jan. 23 showing methamphetamine contamination in more areas of its civic center, the city selected a remediation contractor. “We have made a … more

Local youth theater nonprofit offers affordable classes

When Aspen Somers and her twin sister, Ashley, were kids, they watched an opera singer on television and fell in love with performance. Now, at 19 years old, the sisters run Stagebugz Theatre, a nonprofit youth theatre organization in Littleton. more

Walk with a Doc brings physicians, patients together

On Saturdays, doctors from South Denver Cardiology Associates trade out their white coats for baseball hats, t-shirts and sneakers. more

Laurie Halaba becomes first female bureau chief at Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office

Moments after making history at the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office, Laurie Halaba hugged her daughter and wiped away tears.  She was just sworn in as the agency’s newest bureau … more

UPDATED: Suspect of alleged assault in Centennial peacefully surrenders after SWAT standoff

Following a standoff with SWAT for several hours in Aurora on Jan. 26, Thomas Jon Kelsen surrendered peacefully and was arrested on charges related to him allegedly assaulting family members in Centennial the previous night.  more

Small goalie makes big impact on ice

As the opposing team grabs the puck and skates down the ice in a breakaway, parents and fans of the Arapahoe Warriors 10U Yellow team, or Golden Eagles, take a collective breath. As the goalie falls on the puck to secure the save, parents scream, “Good job, Emma.” more

UPDATED: Englewood police looking for hit-and-run suspect

Englewood police asked the public for help in locating the suspect in a hit-and-run incident that happened Wednesday morning near South Broadway and West Floyd Avenue.  more

Additional testing uncovers more methamphetamine contamination in Englewood Civic Center

After Englewood’s public library and portions of its civic center closed Jan. 11 due to methamphetamine contamination, the city proactively conducted additional testing and received results … more

Lawmakers want to eliminate all carbon emissions by 2050

One of the boldest climate change and air pollution bills set for debate in the legislature this year would attempt to eliminate all of Colorado’s carbon emissions by 2050, set tough interim goals … more

Expanded preschool program received 12,000 applications

Close to 12,000 applicants signed up for the state’s expanded preschool program Tuesday, the first day parents could enroll their child ahead of the program’s start this fall. The number of … more

School closures coming as enrollment dips again

Enrollment in Colorado public schools took another dip this school year, setting up reduced funding for districts across the state and raising the threat of further school closures. The problems — … more
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