Douglas County Fairgrounds
First Lady Michelle Obama completed her two-day campaign around Colorado with a stop at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Nobody wants to see what happened in Aurora, but questions about what would’ve helped prevent or lessen the tragedy remain at the center of a highly charged, long running gun debate.
The Just Between Friends consignment sale has become a right of passage for many new mothers and those who are experienced at getting a great deal on gently used and sometimes new kids stuff.
Police in Castle Rock sent out a warning that they believe a man has suspiciously followed several woman this year while they walked.
Just Between Friends, a children’s consignment group, is buying back recalled cribs. This Friday and Saturday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds you can turn in your drop-sided cribs and receive $40 in credit to spend on children’s clothes. There will be 355 consigners and a huge array of clothes, toys and equipment. The hours are Friday 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For a free coupon to get into the event go to facebook.com/jbfdouglascounty.
A New Year’s Eve celebration will be held at the Douglas County Fairgrounds to raise money for Project Sanctuary (projectsanctuary.us), a group that helps returning vets and their families. Business owner Tony Campagnari is putting on the event and talked about it on the CBS4 Morning News on Sunday. Click here to watch the interview about the event.