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A shooting at 112th and Stuart Street in Westminster Tuesday afternoon shut down the neighborhood and put nearby Cotton Creek Elementary School on a lockdown. One man was killed in the shooting. His name has not been released more
There are many organizations and individuals in need of assistance, but for many who are interested in volunteering, it can be tricky finding those with immediate needs. The Community Just Serve Volunteer Fair held on Feb. 25 at the Church of … more
Jefferson County commissioners took only about an hour on Jan. 31 to discuss the most recent modifications to a rezone application for a property near Dinosaur Ridge before passing it with a 2-1 … more
Voices of opposition to a car dealership proposed to go on a property near Dinosaur Ridge did not go unheard by the Jefferson County commissioners. All three commissioners struggled with the … more
Lakewood Police are investigating a homicide that occurred on the evening of Jan. 4 at a 7-Eleven on Sheridan Boulevard. James Michael Miller, 46, was killed in an altercation that ended at the … more
Christy Steadmancsteadman@coloradocommunitymedia.comLittleton Police arrested Jefferson County's former district attorney Scott Storey on New Year's weekend on suspicion of drunken driving.The arrest … more
There’s nothing like shop talk and gelato in the morning to get the first day of winter going. Betsy Markey, Region VIII administrator for the U.S. Small Business Association, gathered Lakewood Mayor Adam Paul, representatives from the city’s … more
One thing is certain, most observers agree: No one knows what the federal government will look like after Inauguration Day in January. But Rep. Brittany Pettersen, D-Lakewood, is ready in her new leadership roles to keep Colorado moving … more
Janice Thompson choked up for a moment. “As many of you know, Fruitdale holds a special place in my heart,” Thompson said, pausing to compose herself while addressing a crowd at the Wheat … more
Lakewood’s new police chief, Dan McCasky, was sworn in by Lakewood judge Anne Stavig in city chambers on Nov. 16. McCasky is a 30-year veteran of the department, and has been serving as the interim chief for the past five months. more
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