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Teen dies in Brighton park; suspect arrested

Brighton police announced an arrest in the July 12 shooting death of a 17-year-old in Ken Mitchell Park. The suspect, whose name wasn't released, is at the Prairie View Detention facility in … more

Fort Lupton seeks options after Weld County suspends victim services program

Fort Lupton Police Chief John Fryar thinks the city should team up with other cities — specifically Brighton and Commerce City — to provide victim advocate services. Even better, in … more

Freezing to death: Volunteers and researchers study one species’ response to a warming climate

On a nice July day, you might find Jennifer Zedalis up in the Alpine, with her 16-year-old daughter Sophie. Zedalis is lucky because she has a teenager who likes to wake up early — a necessity … more

Walker returns to prefab concrete industry in Brighton

Philip Walker is the new director of business development for the Mountain States region of Wells, a national prefabricated concrete building manufacturer.  The company's western … more

Brighton hospital gets grant for nursing program

A $1.5 million grant from Adams County should help  Brighton's Platte Valley Medical Center find and retain nurses, hospital officials said. County officials presented a grant to the hospital … more

Homeless camping ban policies differ widely across Denver metro area

The sight of a person pushing a shopping cart full of belongings, begging for money on major streets or sleeping outdoors is common in many places around the Denver metro area, and the laws that dictate where unhoused people can’t rest differ across the many cities and towns in the region. more

One in custody after Commerce City theft, kidnapping

Commerce City police said one person is in custody after a car theft and the kidnapping of a child. It happened around 11:20 a.m. July 9 in the 8900 block of East 104th Avenue. A press statement … more

New ride in town

The City of Brighton brings environmentally-friendly Bird electric e-scooters to the community as another source of transportation. The city officials launched the Bird scooters on June 30 at … more

Westminster leaves RMMA noise roundtable

Westminster city council decided on June 29 to back out of the Community Noise Roundtable at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport citing a lack of action done by the group and increased … more

Food truck park in Westminster is full of possibilities

Blake Sanchez met Jeffrey Range at a mutual friend’s wedding four years ago. Now, they opened Westminster’s latest food truck park. Run Westy Run, equipped with tables, music, six … more

Keeping current key for Medicaid

The Weld County Department of Human Services Assistance Payment Division is reminding residents to update all contact information to continue to receive benefits if currently enrolled in Health First … more

Full house at Riverdale Animal Shelter

Riverdale Animal Shelter has been taking in many animals this year due to the housing crisis and financial stress people are experiencing. "The most common trend we see is financial stress is one … more

Thornton resident competes in American Ninja Warrior

She’s an American. She’s not a ninja or a warrior, but she might be the next American Ninja Warrior.  Jaelyn Bennett, a resident of Thornton and graduate of Horizon High School, … more

Primary voters reject slate of candidates who embraced election conspiracies

Republican primary voters in Colorado had a choice on June 28: Elevate a slate of candidates who believe the unfounded claim that President Donald Trump was the true winner of the 2020 election or … more

Commerce City, other cities, sue state

COMMERCE CITY -- Commerce City joined other area cities in challenging a new law that could have an impact on city coffers and construction of public schools. The existing law  said sales of … more

FEMA updates Marshall Fire assistance figures

The Federal Emergency Management Association said it provided more than $130 million to Boulder County and its communities in the six months since the Marshall Fire. The late December fire burned … more

Fort Lupton celebrates 4th of July early .. and with a swim

The city celebrated July 4 a few days early with a traditional Independence Day celebration on Saturday, July 2, featuring a waterslide, food vendors and topped off with a fireworks show. more

Brighton plans groundbeaking for water treatment plant

The ground-breaking ceremony for Brighton's new water treatment plant is set for 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 26, at the site of the new plant, 4350 E. Bromley Lane.   A city statement said the … more

Prost Brewery to ferment its headquarters in Northglenn

Prost in English means cheers. Prost for Northglenn means  200 jobs coming to the city.  Prost Craft Brewery is setting up shop in Northglenn. They will construct a 53,000 square foot … more

Hundreds rally for reproductive rights in Denver

Horns honked and drivers waved in solidarity as hundreds gathered at the State Capitol in Denver on June 27. more
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