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The Douglas County School District plans to give staff, on average, a 3.2 percent pay increase and absorb the increased cost of medical benefits and required retirement fund contributions. “For the fourth year in a row, the district has been … more
Whether it was the surprising drop from the Super Shot ride, a leap off the Stunt Jump tower or a chance meeting with a celebrity, the faces say it all about Parker Days, which is in its 38th year, … more
Three teenagers who were caught on camera spray-painting 14 different sites throughout town were turned in to police after being recognized on video by their parents. The graffiti totaled more than $1,000 in damage, according to police. The … more
A California school has threatened legal action against the newly approved John Adams High School for use of the name “John Adams.” The May 20 letter came from an attorney representing John Adams Academy, a K-12 charter school open since 2010 … more
A new behavioral health hospital along the E-470 corridor will bring 170 jobs to Douglas County. County officials approved a tax-incentive package worth more than $233,000 to help convince Denver … more
The random choice of one man's name led Janna Hoehn on a journey to find thousands more. Gregory John Crossman. He was born on Aug. 9, 1941, and lived in Sturgis, Mich. He was just 25 years old when he went missing on April 25, 1968, somewhere … more
With heavy rain continuing to pound the area, a flash-flood warning was issued this morning by the National Weather Service for Douglas County. "Rapid rises on East Plum Creek have already been … more
Bridgette Yeboah-Spaun had no idea she would fall in love with someone in the United States when she came here from Ghana to study nursing, she said. Four years later, she was elated to take pictures with her husband Ben shortly after becoming a … more
Following weeks of heavy rain and more expected over the next few days, authorities are taking action to stem the risk of flooding in the Denver metro area. Rising water levels have prompted the … more
Things look a bit gloomy, inside and outside. Dull gray clouds hang low and promise rain at some point. A group of construction workers toil away and pay little mind to the weather. A few of them walk on stilts to perform their work. “Es la … more
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