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Colorado officials say homicides increased by nearly 15 percent statewide last year while rapes increased by almost 11 percent. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation's annual crime report released … more
Former U.S. Sen. Bill Armstrong, a leading voice in conservative politics for decades and president of Colorado Christian University in Lakewood since 2006, died July 5 following a five-year battle … more
Colorado Community Media runs this feature the first week of each month. To send news about a business opening or a business person's special achievement, go online to … more
Lt. Jon Fujiwara, of Westminster, speaks to sailors about being proud of who they are as individuals during a pride month observance event in the aft mess decks aboard the Navy’s only forward-deployed aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan. more
This fall, Red Rocks Community College makes Colorado history by offering a bachelor of applied science degree in water quality management technology. Red Rocks is the first community college in the state to offer a BAS degree, the result oftwo … more
Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Chelsea Ashley, of Thornton, mans a 25mm machine gun station July 28 aboard the USS Donald Cook as the ship pulls into Souda Bay, Greece, for a scheduled port visit. more
Winners of the Jinager Scholarship are generally winners in more ways than one. Such is the case for CiaSiab “Chance” Vang, a recent Westminster High School graduate and all-conference, all-state soccer player who in May received the … more
Dozens of high school students in Adams County received scholarships last month totaling more than $1 million. Students from six regional school districts were awarded upward of $1 million in scholarships June 24 through the Adams County … more
A 58-year-old woman was killed after collision with one car pushed her into the path of another. While driving in the intersection of 80th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard June 21, Kathryn Mastropaolo, 58, was hit by 82-year-old Wesley Grebe as … more
A Thornton man accused of animal neglect was sentenced last week to one year probation and to have no contact with animals as part of cases filed against the owns of a Thornton pet shop. Brian Kubic, son of Jurassic Pets owners Lynn and Kenneth … more
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