Hundreds Of Goats Used To Help With Fire PreventionHundreds of goats were put to work to hep with fire prevention.
Attorney Of Alleged Illegal Pot Ringleader Calls Case A 'Political Sham'The alleged ringleader of a massive illegal marijuana operation appeared in court in Araphaoe County on Thursday.
DA: Hundreds Of Pounds Of Pot Shipped Out Of State By Drug RingAn undercover investigation targeting illegal marijuana operations started nine months ago and ended with raid after raid on Thursday.
3 Fire Protection Agencies Could Merge Into 1A plan is in the works that could possibly merge three fire protection agencies into one. South Metro Fire Rescue, Littleton Fire Rescue and Cunningham Fire Protection District are discussing that possibility and giving it some serious thought.
Firefighters Find Homeowner On Burning Roof With Garden HoseFirefighters rushed to a burning home near Castle Pines and when they arrived they found the homeowner on the roof with a garden hose trying to put out the fire.
Search On For Missing Endangered TeenAuthorities in Douglas County would like the public’s help locating a missing endangered teen.
KeyBank In Castle Pines RobbedThe Douglas County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man who robbed a bank in Castle Pines.
School Board Director's Resignation Causes ShakeupThere was a shakeup Wednesday within the Douglas County school system after school board director Doug Benevento resigned.
Grazing Goats Provide Wildfire Mitigation For Metro NeighborhoodOne homeowner’s association in Castle Pines has decided to use the eating power of goats as a long term solution to fire mitigation.
Man Sentenced For Alcohol-Induced Car Chase That Sparked Fire On I-25A Falcon man was sentenced to prison on Friday for his role in an alcohol-induced car chase that sparked a fire along Interstate 25 nearly one year ago.
New Planned Community Will Nearly Double Size Of Castle PinesA developer on Tuesday completed the purchase of 1,270 acres in The Canyons for a planned residential community that would nearly double the size of Castle Pines.
Colorado Avalanche Players, Coaches Hit The LinksOn Tuesday the Colorado Avalanche players and coaches took a break from the ice and hit the links to raise money to support youth recreation.

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