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Death threats over a vaccine clinic hosted by Littleton Public Schools led to days of anxiety, urgency for the district
Threats began shortly after videos surfaced showing teens lying to clinic staff at Heritage High School as part of a deliberate attempt to shut down the clinic
Littleton Public Schools superintendent says he got death threats over vaccine controversy
Videos of minors about to receive shots after lying to staff spurred turmoil
Parent of Littleton student who misled COVID vaccine clinic staff says goal was to shut down school inoculation sites
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said it believed two Littleton Public Schools vaccine clinic videos were designed to bring down vaccination efforts at schools
Littleton Public Schools shuts down vaccine clinics after videos show alleged minors misled staff about age, consent
Health agency is concerned that videos are part of anti-vax campaign
Fewer COVID cases are being reported, but more of the virus is being found in Denver-area sewage
A Colorado researcher says the situation may indicate vaccinated people are catching the virus but not feeling sick enough to get tested
Future funding uncertain for Littleton Immigrant Resources Center that has aided hundreds
On Sept. 11, the city council came to a 5-2 decision to move ahead with cutting the Littleton Immigrant Resources Center's roughly $150,000 in annual funding
Police identify man accused of shooting Littleton officer several times
Rigoberto Valles Dominguez, 33, shot at Officer David Snook, before running into an apartment and fleeing, police say
Sheridan police officer faces assault charge after allegedly choking shoplifting suspect
Officer Shawn Ralph has been placed on leave
Opinion: I’m a CU Boulder student. We need accountability for last weekend’s riot.
At a time when many can begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel for this pandemic, the selfish actions of a few hundred students could jeopardize the progress we’ve made.
“Too many uncontrollables”: From coronavirus to wildfires, Colorado’s hunting season brings a slew of uncertainties
While the long-term outlook for wildlife could benefit from the reshaping of the forest, less habitat plus more hunters equals a problem.