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Michelle Obama, Santa Claus share holiday cheer with kids

There was a buzz in the air at the Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora as children began to slowly make their way to the hospital's lobby. The children, ages 3 to 17, were patients of the Center … more

Meth playing bigger role in overdose crisis, officials say

A bigger share of U.S. drug overdose deaths are being caused by methamphetamine, government health officials reported. The number of fatal overdoses involving meth more than tripled between 2011 and … more

DEA, state bust suspected pot-growing, luxury-car-stealing crime organization

A state investigation into a large auto-theft scheme ultimately led investigators to discover a criminal organization that not only stole and resold luxury vehicles but operated illegal marijuana … more

Credit union offers efforts to help community

Premier Gives is offering three ways to help the community with three separate fundraising opportunities — a Sock Drive, Artisans with Giving Campaign, and Birthday Bags. Andrea Balazs, corporate … more

Trading in for Christmas at the Hope House

Young mothers from around the area came to Westminster’s Novation Church Dec. 8, as a part of the Hope House Christmas Sale. The Hope House program rewards young teen mothers with points … more

Closing out Festival of Lights

Members of Westminster’s B’Nai Torah celebrated the sixth night of Hanukkah Dec. 7 with food and lights. Members of the congregation are invited to bring their own menorahs to the celebration, … more

Westminster skips election for vacant seats

With three vacancies on the Westminster City Council pending in the next month, councilor Anita Seitz defended the decision not to schedule a special election. “It’s unfortunate that what we are … more

Noel Northglenn again

The City of Northglenn opened Noel Northglenn, its unique Christmas celebration, Dec. 7 at the Northglenn Recreation Center. In addition to traditional holiday treats, like visits from Santa, cookies … more

Economic outlook for 2019: Still growing, just more slowly

You shouldn’t notice much of a difference in Colorado’s economy in 2019 when compared to the past few years, a trio of state business and demographics experts said Dec. 6. “We are forecasting … more

Jeffco goes to market with bond sale Wednesday

Jefferson County Public Schools is looking to get a good chunk of its voter-approved $567 million bond money as soon as possible, to begin some of the facility work it has promised. The school … more

NREL delivers some zero-emission charity

It all started about eight years ago when one National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) employee started volunteering at Project Angel Heart. Since then, a group from NREL has volunteered every … more

Glowing for guesses

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

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
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