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Monday night's thunderstorm left many around the Denver metro area without power, with reports of downed trees in some areas. According to Xcel Energy, roughly 12,600 customers throughout the area … more
Two years of severe fire restrictions contributed to a cavalcade of fireworks last week in Douglas County neighborhoods — both legal and illegal. Law officers wrote few complaints, however, saying the sources of the pyrotechnics are … more
After 21 years of watching Highlands Ranch grow, Peggy Zack now plans to instead watch her garden do the same. Zack, deputy general manager of the Highlands Ranch Community Association, is retiring. Her last day is July 11. “I have torn … more
People lined the streets along Highlands Ranch Parkway for the Highlands Ranch Community Association's annual Fourth of July Parade. The Town Center area hosted festivities all day long, beginning with a 5K run that started at Town Center South and … more
The go-kart craze is gaining some traction, and the south metro area is going along for the ride. K1 Speed is getting ready to wave the green flag on a new Highlands Ranch location, expected to open the third week of July at 8034 Midway Drive. … more
Four-year-old Andres Patrick Sena of Littleton drowned in Chatfield Reservoir on July 5. The child's family reported him missing at about 5:35 p.m., saying they thought he might be in the water. The Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Colorado Parks … more
Jeff Macht admits that the extra weight he's carried on his large frame placed a huge burden on his family. “He was verbally abusive, just to be flat-out honest,” says his 16-year-old daughter, Juliana. “Because I hated myself,” he is … more
A wide-ranging group of 50 new laws dealing with everything from Internet crimes to marijuana research to Jessica's Law took effect July 1. The statutes are among 425 bills that passed the Legislature and were signed into law by Gov. John … more
A lawsuit alleges that a mechanism that has been used by the state to slash education funding by about $1 billion is unconstitutional — the latest development in an ongoing battle over how K-12 dollars are … more
Birth rates among Colorado teenagers have dropped by 40 percent over the last five years, a result of a state initiative that aims to help young women avoid unwanted pregnancies, state officials announced last week. “That is not a small drop, … more
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