The complaint alleges numerous students and staff at the schools targeted four Black or biracial students with harassment, racial slurs and threats
Soon after he turned 18, Davin Daniel Meyer of Castle Rock began talking online with someone he thought was an Islamic State facilitator but was actually a paid FBI agent, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.
Two candidates for Parker water board received large campaign contributions from group wanting to build a $400 million pipeline to siphon water from southern Colorado
The victim, an 8th grader, was pulled from Castle Rock Middle School by his mother. Another student has been suspended.
Fast-growing Castle Rock starts with a turf ban, while Arvada doubles connection fees. Water prices are now part of the affordable housing equation.
Douglas County still wants to use some of its COVID relief funds to secure future water, but may spend it to store unused South Platte River flow after dropping a controversial proposal to buy water from the San Luis Valley. The Douglas County Commissioners indicated they may help fund the major water proposal from Parker […]
On an average day, 25 people move to Douglas County. Each one needs to drink, shower, water their lawn and wash their dishes. The full impact of that growth is difficult to see, but it’s easy to understand: More people need more water. And in a county where thousands of homes rely on a limited […]
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — A gunman fatally shot a tourist eating dinner with his family at a Miami Beach restaurant as the man protected his 1-year-old son, police and a family member said. Tamarius Blair Davis Jr., 22, of Norcross, Georgia, told investigators he shot Dustin Wakefield, 21, on Tuesday night because he “was high […]
By Sarah Kuta, Fresh Water News Despite a stubborn, 20-year drought and reservoirs whose supplies are below normal, Colorado communities remain split on whether to impose permanent outdoor watering restrictions, according to a Fresh Water News analysis of local watering rules. According to the analysis, which examined rules in 15 cities representing the state’s different […]
Louise Carr, 50 and divorced, lost her job as a baker and waitress early on in the pandemic when the Castle Rock cafe where she worked closed its doors. Now she’s vying with 20-somethings for work in a juice bar, and she’s losing. Laura Charlton, 51, watched her self-made massage therapy business in Elizabeth dwindle […]