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Judge rules there is enough evidence to move STEM shooting suspect's case forward

Go now. Those are the words the older suspect in the STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting sent via Snapchat to his co-defendant shortly before the first shots were fired. A Douglas County judge said … more

Suspect in Highlands Ranch standoff apparently died of self-inflicted injuries

The suspect in the Sept. 24 standoff in Highlands Ranch apparently died of self-inflicted injuries, according to a Douglas County Sheriff' Office spokeswoman. more

Standoff ends at home where shots were fired in Highlands Ranch

The standoff has ended at the home in Highlands Ranch where shots were fired this afternoon, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office reported via Twitter. more

Taking center stage

Kami Grammerstorf is the center fielder on the Mountain Vista softball team. She is also the daughter of head coach Bret Grammerstorf, but that hasn't created any problems at home or on the softball … more

Highlands Ranch Pioneer Days celebrates state history

Students from about 22 Douglas County schools recently attended the annual Highlands Ranch Pioneer Days to learn about the state’s history and culture. The three-day event from Sept. 5-7 hosted a … more

Highlands Ranch prepares for 19th annual Oktoberfest

There’s only one day a year that Highlands Ranch residents can watch dachshund races and German dancers while drinking beer: the annual Oktoberfest celebration. The free event, in its 19th year, … more

Judge issues mixed ruling on HRCA lawsuit

The Highlands Ranch Community Association was ordered to pay $45,000 in legal fees to plaintiffs after a judge ruled the HRCA improperly hid the terms of a contract from association delegates. The … more

Highlands Ranch woman found guilty of killing infant

A Highlands Ranch woman has been found guilty of killing her newborn child. On Aug. 27, a Douglas County jury found Camille Wasinger-Konrad, 25, guilty of first-degree murder in the January 2018 … more

Walking so that 'everyone has a chance to be a survivor'

Colleen Schwarz, of Franktown, was surprised when she was diagnosed with cancer 11 years ago. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2008. Two years later, her son, Ryan, was diagnosed with skin … more

After the funeral — a look at being ready

The cause of death was influenza. For those of you following the story of my father-in-law, he spent nine weeks in the hospital due to the flu. While it is not unusual for a 90-year old to pass away, … more

Rock Canyon High School graduation: 'Never give up on your dreams'

Rock Canyon High School math teacher Tony Koy had a simple charge for the Class of 2019: “Do something.” Koy, who delivered the annual charge to the class, encouraged the graduates to take … more

ThunderRidge High School graduation: Grizzlies celebrate milestone at Magness

ThunderRidge High School held its graduation commencement ceremony May 14 at Magness Arena at the University of Denver, celebrating 469 students earning their diplomas. The ceremony began with a … more

Walkout planned at Castle Rock school in response to STEM shooting

Hours after a shooting injured multiple students at a Highlands Ranch school, leaving one dead, students from nearby communities were responding by planning a school walkout for the following week. … more

'Our STEM family is hurting'

It was a letter he hoped he would never have to send. "This is an incredibly difficult letter for me to write to you," Douglas County School District Superintendent Thomas Tucker wrote in an email to … more

Internship benefits business, high school students

Kendrick Castillo spends four hours a day, four days a week in a large warehouse, where he maneuvers tiny wires, assembles metal and plastic parts and does programming on a computer. Young for an intern, the 16-year-old is learning all facets of a … more
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