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  1. Woman charged in fatal Commerce City crashRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Denver Post

    Commerce City Police have arrested Robbin Verser, 56, in connection with a fatal accident Friday morning that killed another woman. Verser, who was seriously injured in the crash, was released from the hospital Saturday and transported to the Adams County Detention Facility on numerous charges including vehicular homicide and driving under the influence of alcohol.

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  2. Denver Police shoot, wound two suspects in Commerce City traffic stopRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Post

    Denver Police officers shot and wounded two people in Commerce City on Thursday night after they tried to flee in a vehicle, striking a police cruiser. Officers first spotted the two near Interstate 70 and Havana Street about 11 p.m. where police tried to stop the driver on suspicion of driving under the influence and eluding.

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  3. Commerce City 2-vehicle crash leaves woman dead, 1 seriously hurtRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Denver Post

    Police in Commerce City are investigating a two-vehicle accident on Friday morning that left a woman dead and another person seriously injured. The crash happened about 6:30 a.m. near the intersection of Vasquez Boulevard and 60th Avenue after the driver of one of the vehicles ran a red light, striking another vehicle that was turning left, police say.

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  4. Bridges of Silence in Commerce City reaches kids with school, serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Denver Post

    There's a little house in a residential neighborhood in south Commerce City where kids and teenagers who have fallen outside the traditional school system can go to work toward their high school degrees - and their characters. Lisa Benjamin started Bridges of Silence 11 years ago at 5770 Niagara St. to ensure that at-risk children and teens in the north metro area were finishing their education and learning to be good community members.

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  5. RTD board wants more public feedbackRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Denver Post

    The Regional Transportation District needs to expand efforts to inform the metro area that a change in bus and light-rail fares is coming. Board members said RTD staffers and consultants should redouble efforts to get the fare message across a variety of media, including local public television.

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  6. Former dog track in Commerce City could see new homes rise in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Denver Post

    It has been six years since the last dog ran at the Mile High Greyhound Park - and the 65-acre site that played host to thousands of canine races for decades has sat empty since. But Thursday, Commerce City residents heard about the latest vision for the former racetrack, including a timetable that calls for the first new homes to go up on the property starting next year.

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  7. Northglenn to reroute Webster Lake trails while crews repair damageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Denver Post

    A portion of the cement trails that border Webster Lake at E.B. Rains Junior Memorial Park in Northglenn will be closed and rerouted for two months while construction crews repair dam erosion that was caused in part by park-goers wandering off the trails. The trails that will be repaired have washed-out holes under them where the dam water flows, said Tamara Moon, Northglenn water resources administrator.

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  8. Commerce City seeks public input on former Greyhound Park master planRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Denver Post

    Crews demolish the club entrance to the Mile High Greyhound Park racetrack Nov. 10, 2012, in Commerce City. , will host two community meetings Thursday to collect ideas and desires on anything from the amount of park space and housing to roadway alignments.

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  9. "Gravity bong" prompts Adams City High School modified lockdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Denver Post

    Adams City High School was put on modified lockdown Friday morning after a student's gravity bong - a device that uses the force of gravity to pull large amounts of cannabis into a chamber - released smoke in a classroom, officials said. "As a precautionary measure our students were placed on a modified lockdown to limit movement throughout the school," the school said in a release.

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  10. Platte Valley Medical Plaza opens in Reunion in Commerce CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Denver Post

    Platte Valley Medical Center officials will hold a grand opening ceremony this weekend for the Brighton-based hospital's first extension facility. The physicians at the Platte Valley Medical Plaza began seeing patients Nov. 3 in the Reunion neighborhood of Commerce City, but the entire community is invited to learn more about the 11 doctors during an outreach event with free food, hot chocolate, face painting, bouncy castles, and giveaways.

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  11. Adams County Sheriff investigating woman's Commerce City deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Denver Post

    The woman was found at the Crestline Motel on the 7300 block of Brighton Road, the county sheriff's office said in a release on Thursday. "As is standard protocol, personnel from the Adams County Detectives Division responded to the scene," the office said.

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  12. Adams County Sheriff investigating woman's Commerce City deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Denver Post

    The woman was found at the Crestline Motel on the 7300 block of Brighton Road, the county sheriff's office said in a release on Thursday. "As is standard protocol, personnel from the Adams County Detectives Division responded to the scene," the office said.

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  13. Boulder advances to 5A final, stops Smoky Hill's potent offenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Denver Post

    It took 19 games for Boulder's Matthew Radzihovsky to score his first goal in the 2014 season, but boy, was it worth it. The junior midfielder scored the game-winning goal as the No.

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  14. Denver, regional leaders pledge support for CDOT's I-70 planRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | Denver Post

    Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and a coalition of regional groups said Friday they continue to back the Colorado Department of Transportation's plan to widen I-70 in northeast Denver and take a portion of it below grade. CDOT's" "Partial Cover Lowered Alternative" is the best way to resolve transportation woes along that portion of the highway, Hancock said.

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  15. Commerce City to open its first outdoor aquatic center next summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Denver Post

    After two years of planning and research, and arguably decades of wishful thinking, Commerce City has begun construction on an outdoor aquatics center that is the first of five community investment projects designed to improve the image and quality of life for the city of 50,000. The aquatic center will take up 2 acres on the northeast corner of Pioneer Park at 60th Avenue and Monaco Street.

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  16. Prescribed burn underway in Rocky Mountain ArsenalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Denver Post

    A prescribed burn is underway Wednesday at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and the smoke can be seen throughout the area. The burn was set on 239 acres of the property in Commerce City, said Cindy Souders, the Arsenal visitor programs manager.

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  17. Colorado students score poorly on new social studies, science testsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Denver Post

    Colorado students scored dismally in new science and social studies test results released Monday, a sobering development as the state enters a new era of standards and tests meant to be more demanding. Just 17 percent of Colorado fourth- and seventh-graders scored "strong" or "distinguished" in the state's first social studies tests.

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  18. Adams County's new commissioners to lead a tale of two districtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 26 | Denver Post

    District 4 encompasses the small, urban southwest corner of the county, while Federal Heights, Arvada, Westminster and Thornton converge in a dense, suburban mashup. District 5 starts in the urban belt of Brighton, Commerce City and Aurora and spreads across endless stretches of ranch and farm land to remote Meridian Road on the border with Washington County.

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  19. Beauprez criticism of Hickenlooper draws ire of Clements widowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 25 | Denver Post

    In a late-campaign ad intended for TV , former congressman Bob Beauprez blasted Gov. John Hickenlooper's safety record by focusing on the murders of prisons chief Tom Clements and Commerce City father Nathan Leon. The advertisement reflects concerns about the state's troubled parole system during Hickenlooper's first three years of office, but it also blames the governor for a sentencing mistake made in a courtroom and not by his administration.

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  20. Commerce City police seeking assistance in finding missing childRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2014 | Denver Post

    Michael Smith, 11, left his home in the 11300 block of River Run Place at around 4:30 Tuesday afternoon. He was reported missing at about 7 p.m., police said.

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