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Law enforcement bristles at Colorado legislature's sweeping police reform bill

“We are disgusted by the behavior of the officers in Minnesota,” Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock told members of the Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee. “Those were bad cops, and if they work for any sheriff in this room they would have been fired just the same.” more

Protest in Castle Rock focuses on race inequality

Nationwide protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis reached Castle Rock June 2. more

A very different kind of senior year

Highlands Ranch grads talk about their season of cancellations. more

Teen’s a ‘Ferocious Fighter’

For eight years, Patrick Boland, 16, has lived with a pain throughout his body that is so excruciating, it can feel as if he’s wrapped in barbed wire, doused in gasoline and set on fire. more

How STEM School tragedy changed Douglas County school policing

Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock was in the area of STEM School Highlands Ranch on May 7, 2019, when a harrowing call rang out from dispatch. A shooting was underway inside the K-12 school, with … more

Local author’s sci-fi books eye extraterrestrial intelligence

After a career in journalism, local author Rich Bangs has spent the past 10 years creating a sci-fi trilogy exploring extraterrestrial intelligence: “Forgiven,” “Forgotten” and … more

Colorado may consider small-business relief fund

Eateries across Colorado are now allowed to resume sit-down service, but Gov. Jared Polis acknowledged “the pain our restaurants have been through” during the state's closure of dine-in service. … more

Letter to the editor: Mail voting should be right

A recent story from 9News hails Colorado as a leader in mail-in ballot voting (April 9). The law went into effect in 2013 and allows all voters to get a ballot in the … more

Hope and encouragement by only sharing the good stuff

Very early on as we became reliant on computers and technology, software engineers and people in the information technology world quickly recognized that the value of the data being fed into the … more

Class of 2020, Douglas County: Together, apart

Part of a series on the graduating class of 2020. more

'New Normal': Lone Tree reopens city offices

The City of Lone Tree is reopening its facilities as metro Denver prepares for reemergence into day-to-day activities. more

Westminster nurses’ experience in NJ ER offers perspective on COVID-19

Emergency room nurse Katie Adkins said she was reluctant to tell any specific stories from her three weeks working in a New Jersey emergency room, treating dying COVID-19 patients. It’s not that … more

Colorado restaurants can open limited dine-in service May 27

A long-awaited step in Colorado's relaxation of social distancing requirements arrived Monday, May 25, when Gov. Jared Polis announced that restaurants will be able to open for limited in-person … more

Douglas County gets OK to re-open restaurants, churches, Park Meadows

Colorado's top public-health official has agreed to allow the immediate limited re-opening of indoor operations at restaurants across Douglas County as well as houses of worship, gyms and Park Meadows. more

A change of art: Creative souls face challenges amid pandemic in Colorado

Whatever an artist's gig is, it likely was turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic's arrival in Colorado. more

Park Meadows has allies in pitch to reopen

Park Meadows mall could soon reopen its corridors, and some interior stores, if its request to reopen is approved by the state. The request would affect stores with no exterior means of public access … more

Pandemic highlights need for foster parents

Mark and Chastity Gomez, foster parents in Centennial, haven’t been largely impacted by the pandemic, but Mark imagines that many foster kids, especially older ones, may struggle with behavioral … more

During stay-at-home order, fewer Douglas County crashes

As people began to stay home in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reported traffic collisions went down by about 50% compared to last year, according to data from the Douglas County Sheriff’s … more

Winning artists show works at museum

“per*spec*tives” is scheduled to hang at the Littleton Museum, 6028 S. Gallup St., Littleton, from May 22 to July 19. It will feature works by two Colorado artists: Courtney Cotton and Gabrielle … more

State honors Centennial foster family

About five years ago, preacher Mark Gomez delivered a sermon about brokenness in communities. He and his wife felt passionately that families with strained relationships should be put back together. … more
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