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Localhost esports arena opens in Lakewood

Charlie Boyd has religiously watched competitive esports, or competitive video game industry for nearly seven years. He spends a lot of his time playing the Rainbow Six Siege video game, as well as … more

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Co-working space expands to Arvada

Thrive Workplace, a Denver-based co-working community, the launching a third location, Thrive West Arvada at 5610 Ward Road this month. “Every day we get requests from members, asking us to bring … more

Holiday display recovers from Front Range winds

The drive-through Christmas lights display in Water World’s parking lot was designed for all sorts of wintry weather — but not Front Range winds. That’s changed now, according to Christmas in … more

WinterFest set to go regardless of weather

One thing you can count on at Thornton’s annual WinterFest: It doesn’t matter if the weather is freezing or disturbing balmy. The skating rink will be in great shape. Winterfest returns Dec 7-9 … more

Lights and music in Westminster

Holiday lights, Christmas carols and food trucks turned the complex around Westminster City Hall into a celebration Nov. 30 as city officials and hundreds of residents attended the holiday lighting … more

Road rage shooting plea delayed

A man accused of a road rage shooting that killed a teenage boy in June will get until January to decide how to plead. Judge Don Quick gave Jeremy Webster and his legal team until Jan. 7 to review … more

‘Access Northglenn’ on your phone

Tom Carlson has a good idea of what goes on behind the scenes when residents report an issue to the city. As Northglenn’s neighborhood services supervisor, he’s seen his share of cases in which … more

Health care funding could hurt mental health

Steps to streamline Colorado’s health care infrastructure have managed to make it more difficult for mental health care providers, Community Reach CEO Rick Doucet warned a Westminster crowd at a … more

10 gifts 'Made in Colorado' for the outdoor adventurer

Colorado is home to a plethora of outdoor activities, with enthusiasts spending their days camping, hiking, mountain biking, climbing, fly fishing or on the slopes. The state is also home to many … more

Hope House resource center framed, blessed

Sixteen-year-old Aiyana Rowe didn’t think that school mattered. She frequently cut class in middle school to hang out with friends and smoke pot. She started running away from home at age 12. For … more

Earning new bills at Colorado Mills

Michelle Martinez remembers being one of the first Lakewood residents to walk through the hallways of the Colorado Mills Mall when it opened for the first time. She purchased her Christmas gifts from … more

Project aims to mitigate zooming costs of housing

The cost of housing in the Denver metro area has made it impossible for many Coloradans to afford a home. In the once-affordable suburb of Lakewood, for instance, online real estate marketplace … more

Ceremony a ‘beautiful moment’ for new citizens

A group of 51 youths from around the Denver area became United States citizens Nov. 30 at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Centennial. The naturalization ceremony, which took … more

Denver council approves supervised injection site

Despite federal opposition, Denver is trying again to become what could be the first U.S. city to open a supervised drug injection site, a strategy that some liberal cities have tried repeatedly to … more

Area nonprofit gets donation to fight human trafficking

Denver area-based Truckers Against Trafficking is one of 30 nonprofit groups that fight human trafficking to receive a donation from N2 Publishing, which has donated a combined $3 million to … more

Half of Coloradans live in areas of wildfire risk

The number of Coloradans whose homes are at risk from wildfires soared 45 percent in five years, reflecting the state's booming population and changing uses of agricultural land, state officials said … more

Jeffco Schools prepares to launch online enrollment tool

Starting in December, students and parents will be able to browse schools throughout the districts and compare and contrast their offerings through the school finder tool, which will be launched as … more

Rocky Flats lawsuit ongoing

The Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge is open to the public, while a Federal District Court judge weighs the merits of a lawsuit that is trying to close it. If the judge rules in favor of the … more

As shopping season starts, so do new sales tax rules

The Colorado Department of Revenue enacted an emergency rule Sept. 26 that makes it mandatory for retailers in Colorado who ship goods out of their own jurisdiction to collect sales tax on the … more
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