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An ambitious app developer has created an Internet platform that will enable local communities to send their own alerts in crime related incidents. UFINDEM is the latest “social media” app where users can send out their own alerts via … more
A day after Gov. John Hickenlooper touted wildfire legislation that was introduced last week, Republicans state lawmakers held their press conference, where they urged the governor to back a revived effort to get the state to buy its own aerial … more
Sgt. David Baldwin, 50, was tragically killed in a head-on collision on Highway 93, just north of W. 64th Parkway on Sunday, Jan. 26. Baldwin was an Air Force veteran and served the sheriff’s office for 27 years. He would have celebrated his … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper and state lawmakers unveiled a package of bills on Jan. 23 that is “aimed at improving Colorado’s ability to mitigate and fight wildfires.” However, Hickenlooper and legislators spent most of a Capitol press … more
Countywide, the foreclosure rate in Jeffco for 2013 was 1 in every 3,476. Indian Hills 1 in every 498 Conifer 1 in every 1,220 Wheat Ridge 1 in every 1,959 Pine 1 in every 2,024 Evergreen 1 in every 2,622 more
Jefferson County finished last year with a 51 percent decrease in new foreclosure fillings, according to a report by the Office of the Jefferson County Public Trustee. The decrease is significant since the 2009 spike which ended the year with … more
A chilling irony occurred during a Jan. 23 legislative committee hearing on a school safety hotline bill. At the same time that lawmakers were hearing testimony, Jefferson County Public Schools was sending out alerts that a lockout involving some … more
A chilling irony occurred during a Jan. 23 legislative committee hearing on a school-safety hotline bill. At the same time that lawmakers were hearing testimony, Jefferson County Public Schools was sending out alerts that a lockout involving some … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper and state lawmakers unveiled a package of bills on Jan. 23 that is "aimed at improving Colorado's ability to mitigate and fight wildfires." However, Hickenlooper and … more
A bill that would create a governmental process that deals with workers' claims of wage theft cleared its first legislative hurdle on Jan. 22, a year after similar legislation failed. The issue can affect those who work in contract labor … more
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