Today's News

  • Commerce City man arrested after shooting inside occupied residence

    MetroWest Report

    Commerce City police officers arrested a man Friday morning on numerous charges, including domestic violence and felony menacing, after initially responding to a call of shots fired in the 10200 block of Telluride Court.

  • Investigators search for clues to woman at Tower landfill

    Investigators plan to search the Tower Road Landfill for a long time to come, according to Littleton Police Commander Trent Cooper.

    They’re searching for any sign of 36-year-old Charlene Roxanne Voight, whose family reported her missing on July 8. Littleton police and authorities from other agencies are looking for signs of Voight’s remains, her purse, her credit card, or anything else that indicates what happened to her, Cooper said.

  • Salaz, Eagles ready to tip off new season

    With 34 prospective players in tryouts this season and the chances for three full levels of girls basketball teams, it’s little wonder that Adams City girls basketball coach Billy Salaz is ready for the season to start.

  • Police dog gets special vest

    Bayou, the Adams County Sheriff’s Office dog, will receive a bullet and stab protective vest, thanks to a charitable donation from the nonprofit group Vested Interest in K9s Inc, according to a recent online post.

    Bayou’s vest is sponsored by Jennifer Rose of Littleton. It will be embroidered with the sentiment “Sworn to Protect, Honored to Serve”.

    Delivery is expected within eight to 10 weeks.

  • Jones has a master plan for Eagles football team

    AURORA – Make no mistake.

    Adams City football coach Jesse Jones has a plan for his first full year in charge of the Eagles’ fortunes, and he plans to stick around for a while to see it through.

    Jones, who was the offensive coordinator for ACHS, took over the head job in the eighth game of the season. The Eagles won two of their last three contests.

  • Commerce City reassures immigrants in message

    Commerce City officials recently said again that they’re an “inclusive community” in the wake of President-elect Donald Trump’s statements threatening to pull federal funding from so-called “sanctuary cities.” 

    Such “sanctuary cities” are ones in which police departments do not enforce federal immigration laws.

  • 'Meet the Eagles' Nov. 29

    The chance to meet the winter sports teams at Adams City High School starts at 4 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 29, in the Eagles Nest Gym.

    The school fields teams in boys and girls basketball, wrestling and girls swimming. It also offers a cheerleading program.

    In addition to meeting the various teams, the four teams will be involved in intrasquad scrimmages. The wrestling team starts at 5:30 p.m. in the Ruby Miller Gym. The basketball teams start at 6:30 p.m., and the swim team begins in the school pool at 5 p.m.

  • Deputies investigating large weed fire

    ADAMS COUNTY -- The Adams County Sheriff's Office is investigating a Nov. 13 fire that burned 300 acres of weeds east of Brighton.

  • Fatal accident temporarily closes part of Quebec St.

    MetroWest Report

    A fatal accident temporarily closed southbound Quebec Street, according to a Commerce City news release.

    At 5:20 a.m. Nov. 29, officers responded to a two-car accident southbound Quebec Street, approximately 200 feet south of Highway 2.

    As a result of the crash, one person was throw from a car and died. The second driver sustained minor injuries and was transported to a local hospital. It is unknown whether drugs and/or alcohol are involved, according to the release.

  • Commerce City starts chamber

    New chamber of commerce organizer Michael Scanlon has lived and worked in Commerce City since 2009.

    He said he chose the city, and especially the Reunion neighborhood, over anywhere else in the region.

    But until now, Scanlon said he hasn’t been able to be part of a chamber of commerce, since the city hasn’t had its own.