'I've Shed More Tears Over Those Cubs': Man Sentenced For Shooting BearsA Jefferson County judge has sentenced an Evergreen man to two years of probation for shooting two bears outside his home in September 2015.
What Killed Geese, Ducks Under InvestigationFederal agencies have launched an investigation to determine what has contaminated the water in a Lakewood retention pond, killing more than a dozen geese and ducks and sickening at least three more.
2 Found Dead Inside Car Pulled From Creek IdentifiedThe two people who were found dead inside a car pulled from Bear Creek on Wednesday have been identified.
2 Found Dead In Car Pulled From CreekTwo people were found dead inside a car pulled from Bear Creek on Wednesday morning.
Commissioners Approve Modified Version Of Rezoning Near Dinosaur RidgeA modified version of the rezoning of land near Dinosaur Ridge was approved by the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday.
Man Wanted For Murder In Mesa County Arrested In AuroraPolice in Aurora arrested a man wanted for a murder in Mesa County.
Dinosaur Ridge Rezoning Debate Continues In Jefferson CountyThe Board of Jefferson County Commissioners could decide whether Dinosaur Ridge will be rezoned on Tuesday. Opponents to the plan are fighting to try to keep car dealerships from moving into the area.
Popular Dog Park Puts Health, Safety At RiskOne dog park in Jefferson County is so popular, it's putting health and safety of both humans and dogs at risk.
4 Plead Guilty In Golden Home Invasion, StabbingThe four suspects accused in connection with a violent home invasion in Golden last May have all pleaded guilty.
Outgoing McMinimee Says He 'Respects' School Board's DecisionSuperintendent Dan McMinimee knew there was a possibility his contract would not be renewed, but he didn’t know what the official decision would be until he heard it at the public meeting Thursday night.
Jefferson County Schools Begins Search For New SuperintendentThe Jefferson County School District is beginning the search for a new superintendent.
Get Ready For Evergreen Lake Plunge On Feb. 12It’s back on. The Evergreen Lake Plunge, cancelled on New Year’s Day because warm weather kept people off the ice at Evergreen Lake has been re-scheduled.

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