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'Every day is Memorial Day for me'

On a mountainside in Afghanistan in 2005, Heritage High School graduate and Navy SEAL Danny Dietz gave his life for his country.Nearly 15 years later, his father, Danny Dietz Sr., spent Memorial Day … more

Farming the city: Urban homesteaders get back to the land

Sundari Kraft grew up reading Laura Ingalls Wilder. But while she fantasized about a self-sufficient life in a little house on the prairie, she lived in a bungalow in Northglenn. “As I got older, I … more

Future murky for Littleton immigrant center

For years, the Littleton Immigrant Resources Center has helped legal immigrants learn English, find jobs and become American citizens. Now, amid an unprecedented economic crisis that stands to … more

Director of Littleton assisted living facility to step down

The executive director of Littleton's Libby Bortz Assisted Living home will step down, weeks after an outbreak of COVID-19 killed at least five residents and left several other residents and staff … more

With stay-at-home in full swing, Littleton's downtown a ghost town

It's rush hour on Main Street in downtown Littleton. Stoplights cycle over an empty street. A handful of dog-walkers stroll past shuttered stores. Nearby, empty light rail trains coming south from … more

COVID-19 means homebound seniors lose personal touch during Meals on Wheels dropoffs

Hundreds of homebound seniors and people with disabilities in the south metro area are losing a regular source of human contact this week, as Nourish Meals on Wheels transitions to a no-interaction … more

Littleton set to declare state of emergency, close public buildings

The City of Littleton is expected to declare a state of emergency, and will close all public buildings and suspend public meetings in an effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, officials … more

Littleton agencies ready if coronavirus gets worse

Officials in Littleton are gearing up in case they need to respond to an outbreak of COVID-19, or novel coronavirus. Though there were no known cases in Littleton as of March 11, three cases of the … more

My Name Is ... Katie Burkhardt

Faith and family Faith and family are important to me. I went off to college, to the University of Mississippi. I didn't get my degree, but I had a lot of fun. My family became an afterthought after … more

Old time and temp line awaits your call

Does the phone number 303-222-8811 sound familiar? Longtime residents of the Denver area may recognize it as one of the city’s old-time and temperature numbers. Disconnected since the 1990s, the … more

Killers of young dad still at large

Jaime Villarreal's children still miss their father. Four years after Villarreal, 23, was killed in south Littleton, his killers are still at large. Villarreal left behind two children, now 5 and 6, … more

Goddard Middle School's old missile is bound for Pueblo

Goddard Middle School's old missile will soon be lifting off. Littleton Public Schools will donate the old Nike Hercules surface-to-air missile to the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum this spring, … more

Schools, parents share burden of student mental health, officials say

Littleton Public Schools officials say the district is putting serious effort into addressing students' mental health challenges, but they can't do it alone. “We're investing in the safety and … more

My Name Is... Jessica Boyd

Knowing the signs I'm working on a book, and I've even got some speaking engagements. I want to show how to reduce domestic violence. With education and awareness, domestic violence can be prevented … more

Future is cloudy for Goddard Middle School's old missile

After more than half a century, the towering missile that stands outside Goddard Middle School in Littleton is coming down, and longtime residents are hoping to save it from the … more

C-470 project moving toward completion, CDOT says

Stop us if you've heard this one before: Construction on C-470 is nearly finished. The years-long C-470 Express Lanes Project, which will add tolled lanes along the busy highway, is scheduled to be … more

Bennet: Take politics out of health care

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet isn't running for president, but that doesn't mean he's done taking on President Trump. Bennet, who dropped out of the Democratic presidential primary in early February after … more

Former Arapahoe High teacher sentenced to five years in jail

Former Arapahoe High School teacher Ian Ahern was sentenced to five years in jail after pleading guilty to two counts of sexual exploitation of a child. Ahern, 42, pleaded guilty on Jan. 24, nearly a … more

Suspected burglars crash car through Boardroom restaurant in Littleton

Authorities are looking for two suspects after thieves drove a stolen minivan through the entrance of the Boardroom restaurant at Broadway and Dry Creek Road on Feb. 17. An employee arriving a little … more

Aspen Grove left with photos after studio's sudden closure

Hundreds of family portraits are piled in the Aspen Grove shopping center's management office awaiting their owners, after the Portrait Innovations photo studio closed suddenly after Christmas. The … more
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