Neighbor: Trash Transfer Site Moving In Next To Homes 'Worth Fighting'Residents of a new development in Douglas County say they are concerned after learning that a trash transfer facility is about to be built near their homes.
Eclipse Provides Students With Extended Learning ExperienceThe Great American Eclipse on Monday provided students with a great learning experience.
DA Clears Sheriff's Deputy In Shooting Caught On Body CameraThe Douglas County district attorney has cleared a sheriff's deputy in a shooting that was captured on video by the officer's body camera.
Teen Sentenced For Threatening To 'Make School Living Nightmare'A judge sentenced a teenage girl to four years in youth corrections for threatening her school.
Classmates Help Boy Seriously Injured In Hit & RunClassmates of a boy injured in a hit-and-run in Parker are holding a fundraiser to help with his recovery. Colton Love was struck and seriously injured by a hit-and-run driver last month.
Homeowners Nervous As Summer Crime Wave IntensifiesSince July 1 Highlands Ranch has seen a staggering 71 vehicles broken into or stolen, along with 53 burglaries.
Developer Withdraws Plans For Controversial DevelopmentAfter vocal opposition, the developer has decided to withdraw plans for development of Franktown Village, a controversial development in Franktown.
2 Construction Workers Fall 40 Feet At Work SiteTwo construction workers who were working on scaffolding fell and were hurt on Thursday morning in Lone Tree.
Suspect In Hit & Run That Left Boy With Skull Fracture ArrestedDeputies arrested the woman they believe struck a boy and then sped away from the scene, leaving the victim with a fractured skull.
Court Rejects Henthorn AppealHarold Henthorn, convicted of killing his second wife by shoving her off a cliff, will not get a new trial according to a ruling.
Child Struck By Car, Search For Suspect DriverDeputies in Douglas County are searching for a suspect driver wanted for striking a child and driving away.
Heated Debate Escalates Over Planned Development In FranktownA meeting to decide the fate of a controversial development in Franktown, is expected to last late into the night on Tuesday.