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In-person classes resume as Arapahoe Community College goes without heat after boiler break

Arapahoe Community College will hold in-person classes today after a boiler failure over the weekend left the main buildings on its Littleton campus without heat.  more

High school seniors reflect on life lessons from athletic careers

For high school seniors a few months from graduation, athletics have helped them prepare for the ups and downs, and the responsibilities of adult life. more

Parent alleges violent attack on 13-year-old Englewood middle school student

The parent of a 13-year-old student at Englewood Leadership Academy said her son was brutally attacked Nov. 7 by two of his classmates and the incident is heading to juvenile court. more

Colorado’s Prop 123 affordable housing initiative could face rocky future

Voters in November also sought to reduce their taxes and, taken together, the changes could lead to difficult decisions down the road. more

Consumers encouraged to keep some holiday spending local

Reality is simple: Local businesses are at a disadvantage when competing with the price and convenience of Amazon and online shopping offered through the big-box stores such as Walmart and … more

Littleton Museum to host holiday event Dec. 11

The Littleton Museum and the community organization Friends of the Littleton Library and Museum will host a holiday event Dec. 11 that will feature wagon rides, warm snacks, live musical performances and more.  more

Thornton residents concerned as antisemitic hate letter appears in mailboxes

Thornton residents in the Hunters Glenn neighborhood received white supremaist, antisemitic, anti-immigrant and homophobic flyers in their mailboxes the night of Nov. 8.  “I don’t … more

Teachers protest order to reorganize Adams 14 district

The next installment of the dispute between the Adams 14 School District and the Colorado board of education was in the form of a Nov. 19 rally outside Adams City High School. About 30 teachers … more

Hainey, Stroia capture top spots in Brighton's annual turkey trot

A thousand or so runners and walkers turned out in subfreezing temperatures Nov. 19 for Brighton's annual turkey trot. The event, which was a qualifier for next spring's Boulder Bolder race, was … more

Small-town football: A different game, a different level of interest

STRATTON – On the Eastern Plains, football is a special breed of cat. Or eagle, as the case may be. Tucked away north of Interstate 70, an hour or so east of Limon and two or so stops … more

Elbert Christmas Bazaar draws crowd for crafts, apple dumplings

The 56th Annual Elbert Christmas Bazaar was a roaring success as thousands of people descended upon the Town of Elbert to shop for the holiday and get a taste of the Elbert Woman’s Club famous apple dumplings. more

'The need is going up': Nonprofit distributes food to hundreds ahead of holiday season

Volunteers and staff for the Arapahoe County-based nonprofit Integrated Family Community Services said the need for food has never been higher as they distributed hundreds of boxes of meal items to metro residents days before Thanksgiving.  more

5 killed, 18 hurt in shooting at LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs

A 22-year-old man armed with a rifle walked into an LGBTQ night club in Colorado Springs late Saturday and opened fire, killing at least five people and wounding 18 others before he was stopped by at … more

Commerce City man sentenced for sex crimes

A 28-year-old Commerce City man received a 24-year sentence in the Department of Corrections following a guilty plea to charges of sexual exploitation of a child. Jose Luis Valdes also plead … more

Brighton police looking for two felony shoplifting suspects

Brighton police are on the lookout for two women who are suspects in a felony shoplifting incident.   The suspect vehicle is a silver or beige Ford Five Hundred. Those with information … more

Littleton to see March special election that could alter petitioning rules

The special election, slated for March 7, is the culmination of a citizens' petition that had been circulating since mid-summer, seeking to ask voters to align the city with certain aspects of Colorado election law. more

Nonprofit health provider AllHealth Network launches outreach program for the unhoused

AllHealth Network, a mental health nonprofit with locations across the south metro region, recently unveiled a new outreach program to connect unhoused residents with mental care.  more

South Suburban Parks and Recreation unveils new public sculpture at Littleton park

Dubbed "Together We Rise," the roughly 8-foot-tall, 500-pound installation is the brainchild of Monument-based artist Jodie Bliss.  more

Rise of charcuterie has businesses bringing in the cheddar

Traditionally, playing with food has a bad reputation, but the rising popularity of charcuterie boards is changing that by encouraging diners to get creative with endless mix-and-match options. more

Children facing early, intense respiratory virus season

An alarming number of Colorado children with the respiratory virus called RSV are filling emergency rooms and intensive care beds as the state experiences an “early and intense” start to the flu … more
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