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Today's News

  • South Jeffco home damaged by fire

    A South Jeffco home was damaged by fire Sunday afternoon after flames ignited in the garage and spread.

    Crews from West Metro Fire responded to a house on Ridge Tree Drive about 3:49 p.m.

    “The owner was home at the time. When our crews got there, he was out on the front lawn” said West Metro spokeswoman Ronda Scholting.

    No one was injured in the blaze.

  • Jeffco authorities participate in cross-country operation targeting sex traffickers

    The FBI’s Rocky Mountain Innocence Lost Task Force and local law enforcement partners — including the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office and district attorney — last week targeted sex traffickers who put children up for sale in Colorado and Wyoming, arresting 11 pimps and 32 customers, and recovering nine children.

  • Witness dodges gunfire, helps cops nab robbery suspects

    A witness to the robbery of a South Jeffco liquor store who tried to follow the fleeing perpetrators dodged gunfire before giving authorities information that led to two arrests.

    Several people stole liquor at 11 a.m. Friday from the store in the 9000 block of West Peakview Drive, according to a news release from the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office.

    The perpetrators fired at a witness who attempted to follow their car, but the witness was uninjured and provided identifying information to authorities, the Sheriff’s Office said.

  • Let’s not be guinea pigs with Amendment 69
  • Jeffco faces challenges as wages increase but fail to keep pace with housing costs

    Wages in the county are up slightly in 2016 compared to 2015, but rental rates and home prices continue to outpace the rise in salaries, making it difficult for many employees to live in the county where they work, according to a recent economic report.

  • Jeffco faces challenges as wages increase but fail to keep pace with housing costs

    Wages in the county are up slightly in 2016 compared to 2015, but rental rates and home prices continue to outpace the rise in salaries, making it difficult for many employees to live in the county where they work, according to a recent economic report.

  • Fliers backing Trump tossed from vehicle in South Jeffco

    Small slips of paper tossed from a vehicle recently in South Jeffco urge voters to support the Trump presidential ticket, but the county Republican Party says it’s not connected to the scattershot campaigning.

    Don Ytterberg, chairman of the Jeffco GOP, said the local party is claiming no credit for the mini-fliers, in which “a concerned grandmother” criticizes Hillary Clinton and suggests that future generations will be miffed if Donald Trump isn’t elected president.

    The message on the paper reads:

  • Secretary of State Williams discusses ballot measures

    Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams met with students and other members of the public Oct. 12 at Arapahoe Community College to discuss and explain various ballot measures in the November election, including the highly controversial ColoradoCare and a law permitting assisted suicide.

    Williams emphasized that his job includes reviewing ballot initiatives and analyzing whether or not they meet the legal requirements.

  • Roxborough visitors travel back in time

    Sunshine bounced off the rock formations at Roxborough Park on Saturday, illuminating bits of history for those celebrating the fifth annual International Archaeology Day at the state park.

    In combination with regular park visitors, a large crowd — too large for the available parking — filled the park, and cars wrapped around the entrance waiting to get in.

  • Hunger Walk quenches a thirst to serve the needy

    As the Foothills CROP Hunger Walk began Sunday, several participants at the front of the procession grabbed gallons of water to carry on their journey around Johnston Reservoir at Clement Park.

    Though the day was warm, the water was not meant to quench their thirst. Instead, it was a sign of solidarity and a symbol of the struggle that many face when trying to meet their basic survival needs.