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Brooke Higgins, one of two 16-year-olds charged as an adult with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder following an alleged threat against Mountain Vista High School, appeared in court on Thursday with a new lawyer. Dagny Van Der Jagt has been … more
Tax statements are being mailed to Douglas County residents the week of Jan. 18, and many will notice a hike in their property taxes due to an increase in property values. Per state law, homes in Colorado are reappraised every other year in … more
When one enters the Aurora Fox Studio Theater, one is immediately charmed by a stairstepped floor and wall filled with exotic fabrics, silky brocaded cushions, Oriental rugs, lengths of fabric draped and hung. Charles Dean Packard, executive … more
Three separate and independent reports have concluded there were failures in the Arapahoe High School administration's handling of Karl Pierson in the months and even years before Dec. 13, 2013. That was the day he walked through a door, which … more
The Ensor site on the southwest corner of Santa Fe Drive and Mineral Avenue, the subject of much controversy of late, is under contract to a Texas-based development company, City Manager Michael Penny confirmed to Littleton City Council on Jan. … more
Prosecutors have described Sienna Johnson’s Tumblr blog, which has been taken down from the Internet, as “extremely violent.” Her Weebly personal website, still active, displays childhood and family photos in happy times, but also a journal … more
After they were married in 1951, Nancy Gripman would greet her husband's Navy ship every time it returned to port. She often was the only one standing on the dock. Her consistent presence upon his arrival caused Bill Gripman to be razzed by his … more
Quality of life was once again the topic of discussion at the second motorsports regulations public workshop hosted by Douglas County staff. “I strongly believe that one has the right to do what they wish on their own property until it tramples … more
Parent Amy DeValk, who has a student at Arrowwood Elementary in Highlands Ranch, is frustrated: The new electronic report card leaves her more confused than clear about how her daughter is doing in school. “The descriptions of outcomes and … more
Molly and Jennifer Maskrey don’t just believe their wearable technology can save lives. They know it will. With their startup, QBLabs, the Parker residents have developed MovementTek, a wearable device that alerts medical professionals and … more
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