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  • Teen charged in fatal accident on Ken Caryl Avenue

    A 15-year-old girl is facing a charge of careless driving resulting in death in connection with a traffic accident that killed a 16-year-old passenger, said Pam Russell, Jeffco DA’s spokeswoman.

    The teen is scheduled to appear in Jeffco court on April 13. The charge the teen is facing is classified as a misdemeanor, Russell said.

    The one-car accident occurred on West Ken Caryl Avenue on Jan. 30, the State Patrol reported.

  • MAD Greens offers fresh food with fun names

    Calling herself “the head of lettuce,” Darden Coors, CEO of MAD Greens, was checking out the newly opened restaurant at Southwest Plaza on Friday.

    With its creatively named selections of salads, soups, paninis and wraps, MAD Greens reflects the vision of its two collaborators and founders, Dan Long and Marley Hodgson.

  • Planning Commission OKs rezoning for assisted-living facility

    Plans for an assisted-living and memory care facility on West Coal Mine Avenue are moving forward with a recommendation by the Jeffco Planning Commission to rezone the property on which it would be built.

    The 4.6-acre parcel currently has agricultural-1 zoning and is being used for a dog rescue operation. The proposed 90,000-square-foot, 100-bed facility for senior adults requires rezoning to planned development before construction can begin.

  • Mother of Columbine gunman grants interview to ABC

    For the first time since the April 1999 shootings at Columbine High School, Sue Klebold, mother of student gunman Dylan Klebold, has spoken publicly about the killings and about her son.

    In a wide-ranging interview aired Friday on ABC's "20/20," Klebold said she was unaware that her son and his friend Eric Harris were plotting the massacre or were stockpiling guns and pipe bombs.

  • ‘Young Frankenstein’ set to haunt D’Evelyn High stage

    The musical “Young Frankenstein,” Hollywood producer Mel Brooks’ campy version of the classic horror tale by Mary Shelley, is opening at D’Evelyn High School on Friday.

    The company of 29 students in the production includes David Pike as Frederick Frankenstein and Sydney Epstein in the role of Elizabeth. Student Justin Koroneos plays the hunchback Igor, Danny Terry is cast as the Monster, and Kimmy Christnacht portrays Inga, a lab assistant who travels to Transylvania Heights with the grandson of Frankenstein.

  • Mother of Columbine gunman grants interview to ABC

    For the first time since the April 1999 shootings at Columbine High School, Sue Klebold, mother of student gunman Dylan Klebold, has spoken publicly about the killings and about her son.

    In a wide-ranging interview aired Friday on ABC's "20/20," Klebold said she was unaware that her son and his friend Eric Harris were plotting the massacre or were stockpiling guns and pipe bombs.

  • Feds scrap plan to house immigrant kids in Lakewood

    The federal government has abandoned plans to convert parts of a Lakewood office building to house up to 1,000 undocumented immigrant children, citing both time and money challenges.

    The Administration of Children and Families had planned to use the Government Services Administration building at the Denver Federal Center as temporary housing for children in a program for minors who arrived in the U.S. without a parent or adult family member. The agency initially said the facility would be ready by April.

  • Jeffco playing hardball with Comcast over contract update

    Jeffco is threatening to take away Comcast’s access to its cable lines in the county unless an agreement is finalized on changing the company’s fee structure for use of public right of way.  

  • COUNTY BRIEFS

    School board approves Virtual Academy shift

    The Jeffco school board voted unanimously last Thursday to allow Arvada-based Two Roads Charter School to take over several elementary-level grades from Jeffco Virtual Academy, which is based in Lakewood.

  • Polar Dip benefits wounded Denver officer

    Jea King, 73, was among warm-hearted people who jumped into chilly lake waters at the Grant Ranch Village Center on Saturday for a good cause. King and about 20 others who participated in the Polar Dip were raising funds for Tony Lopez Jr., a Denver police officer who was injured in the line of duty in December.

    “I wouldn’t do this for fun,” King said. “It only takes five minutes out of my life. I can do that.”