Local News

  • Storm warning posted

    DENVER – The National Weather Service posted a severe thunderstorm warning for eastern Commerce City until 4:30 this afternoon. Hail up to an inch in diameter could be part of the storm.

  • Man charged after murder victim found in Commerce City

    DENVER – The Denver District Attorney’s Office filed charges against a 30-year-old man in connection with a murder.

        The body of 57-year-old Jimmy Harmon was found near East 52nd Avenue and Forest Street July 20. Police think the suspect, 30-year-old Jamie Ledon Moore, killed Harmon in northeast Denver, then took the body to Commerce City.

        According to media reports, Moore’s first court appearance is July 28. He is in the Denver County Jail without bond.

  • Man arrested after stabbing, fire spree near Keenesburg

    KEENESBURG – Weld County sheriff's deputies arrested a 63-year-old man who they say stabbed another person and set two buildings on fire July 23.

    The suspect was identified as Richard Charles Norton. He is in the Weld County Jail. Norton could face an attempted first-degree murder charge as well as arson and assault charges. No formal charges had been filed as of Friday afternoon.

    Deputies said he lived on the property near Weld County Road 18 and Weld County Road 59 for the past seven years.

  • Fireworks show rescheduled for July 25

    COMMERCE CITY — The show will go on for spectators disappointed by the city’s fizzled fireworks July 4.

        A makeup fireworks show will be about 9:30 p.m., July 25, at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, following the Colorado Rapids game against the New York Red Bulls.

        The anticipated July 4 show was marred by computer glitches.

  • City Council candidate information forum planned

    The city of Commerce City will hold a city council candidate information forum at 6:30 p.m., July 15 at the Commerce City Civic Center, 7887 E. 60th Ave., in the city council chambers.

        Anyone interested in running for city council, including those who have not formally announced, are invited to attend.

  • Colorado Marine greeted with open arms by family, friends and community

    Names do not come at a premium inside the hustle and bustle of a busy metropolitan airport.

        As proof, the mechanical voice of the public address system intermittently wafts another faceless moniker into the clangorous confines of the airport terminal to add to the constant din of conversation and footsteps clicking against the granite floor.

  • People made courthouse special

    I worked at the Hall of Justice during 1975 and 1976.  So much has changed since then.  At that time, the prisoners were brought over from the jail, which was just west of the round building.

  • New Rotary leadership
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  • Brother in line to donate bone marrow

        ‘Most people,” Michelle Hernandez says, “when they hear about aplastic anemia, don’t think it’s a severe disorder, they think ‘Oh, let her eat some liver or take some pills and she’ll be OK.’”

        The chances are good her 12-year-old daughter, Arianna, will be “OK.”  The cure for what’s ailing her won’t come from pills, though, but through a transplant of her older brother Michael’s donated bone marrow, which she is scheduled to receive Aug. 6.