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Today's News

  • Jeffco Sheriff's searching for at-risk male

    The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is looking for an at-risk male last seen at a residence in the 13900 block of Dancing Bear Trail in Littleton.
    Steven Einspahr, 61, was last seen Oct. 27 at a friend’s house on Dancing Bear Trail. According to the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office, Einspahr left the home around 7 p.m. His car was later located near the Littleton home, but Einspahr hasn't been seen since.
    Einspahr is 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs approximately 280 pounds. He has blonde hair and hazel eyes.

  • Dakota Ridge boys place fifth in state cross country meet

    COLORADO SPRINGS - In a highly competitive 5A boys’ state cross country race at the Norris Penrose Event Center on Saturday, Dakota Ridge High School finished fifth overall.

  • Sheriff's Calls

    BOLO for Kid Rock

  • Jeffco school board candidates face off at candidate forum

    Student achievement, school funding and teacher retention were among the near dozen topics that Jeffco school board candidates sparred over Oct. 17 at a candidate forum co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Jefferson County and Together Colorado at Jefferson Unitarian Church in Golden.

  • Suspects sought in reported burglary at SW Plaza

    The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is continuing a search for four suspects accused of crashing a truck into Southwest Plaza and stealing merchandise from J.C. Penney Co.

    Around 5:45 a.m. on Oct. 26, a red Chevrolet pickup truck was seen backing up to the doors of the South Jeffco J.C. Penney Co. store and then ramming the doors open, according to the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office. Four males, who haven’t been described or identified, reportedly went into the department store and took merchandise.

  • Columbine ends season at 2nd round of state

    AURORA — Columbine senior Melanie Lopez experienced bookend trips to the quarterfinals at the 5A state softball tournament during her career. But the one that capped her senior season was more rewarding.

  • D’Evelyn cross country sending full team to state

    ARVADA — All season long, the D’Evelyn cross country team has made the state competition its goal, and now that it’s qualified both the boys and girls teams for the end-all race in Colorado Springs this Saturday, it seems as though all the Jaguars’ hard work has paid dividends.

    That’s not to say their job is done yet, though.

  • Front Range Christian sending two boys to state XC

    LYONS — Front Range Christian School’s cross country team may be small this year — with only a handful of boys and no girls to represent it on the race course — but that didn’t stop the Falcons from qualifying two boys for the state competition this weekend.

    The sophomore tandem, Andre Stablein and Anthony Earl, qualified individually for state by placing in the top 15 runners at the Class 2A Region 1 cross country meet at Lyons High School on Thursday. Stablein finished at 18:02.00 at ninth overall, followed by Earl at 14th place (18:50.00).

  • West Metro Fire Rescue severs ties with its namesake foundation

    West Metro Fire Rescue officially severed ties with the West Metro Fire Rescue Foundation.

    According to its website, the West Metro Fire Rescue Foundation was incorporated in 1995 as a public nonprofit foundation. The foundation’s mission is, in part, to provide education and financial assistance to West Metro.

    “Our primary task is to raise money for projects that support firefighters and the community’s well-being and safety,” wrote foundation board president Deanna Hanna to the West Metro board of directors.

  • West Metro board member steps down

    Due to a move to Texas, Kent Johnson resigned from his position on the West Metro Fire Rescue board of directors on Oct. 17.

    Johnson had been on the board since November 2016 when West Metro Fire Rescue and Wheat Ridge Fire Protection District merged and entered into an intergovernmental agreement.