Today's News

  • Officer-involved shooting leaves man dead

    An Adams County Sheriff’s Office deputy shot and killed a man at Pinetree Village Apartments Tuesday, Jan. 16.

    Neither the man’s name, nor the sheriff’s deputy’s name, was immediately released.

    The deputy used his Taser and eventually fired his weapon at the man, who was in the hallway at the apartments at 7520 Broadway, according to a statement from the sheriff’s office.

  • Man draws 45-year sentence for local murder

    BRIGHTON – Forty-five years.

    That's the prison sentence for DeShawn Anthony Benain, 24. He murdered 21-year-old Sydney Lynn Lewis in Commerce City almost a year ago.

  • Boys basketball .. Eagles romp past Denver West
  • Girls basketball: Denver South beats Adams City

    Denver South scored 26 points in the third quarter and went on to a 67-30 road win against Adams City Jan. 4.

    The Rebels put three players in double figures. Carly Dilworth had 18 points. Centoria Roberts and Timiya Guevara added 15. Jade Aragon led the Eagles with 15 points. Jennessy Aragon and Alejandra Pena were next with three points.

  • Arrivo receives $182,500 in business incentives

    Commerce City plans to give $182,500 in tax rebates to Arrivo, a Los Angeles-based, high-speed transit startup company.

    Arrivo representatives said recently that they plan to spend $10 million to open a research and development center in a former toll station on Interstate E470. Workers plan to test a road system that would whip autonomous pods past lanes of traffic at up to 200 mph.

  • Church gives students a merry Christmas

    Christmas did in fact come early at Kemp Elementary School - 12 days early.

    On Dec. 13, students at the school at 6775 Oneida St. in Commerce City cleaned up their desks a little bit earlier than normal, put on their best behavior to avoid their names falling on the naughty list and patiently waited to hear Santa walk through their classroom door bearing gifts.

  • Front Range Airport inches toward spaceport approval

    Front Range Airport officials are applying for the right to send humans out of this world.

  • Barn fire keeps crews busy

    South Adams County firefighters were working on a cause of a Dec. 14 detached barn fire.

    It started shortly after 10 p.m. in the 8400 block of Rosemary Street. It took about 15 minutes to extinguish the flames.

    A Facebook post said crews were on the defense against the fire. As of 10:30 p.m., investigators were en route to the scene.

    Check back for updates. 


  • More work on tap for Tower Road-Pena Boulevard

    Groundbreaking for a new off-ramp at Tower Road and Penal boulevard is set for 9:30 a.m. Monday, Dec. 18.

    By the time the work is finished, there will be a new connector from Tower Road to westbound Pena Boulevard. In addition, workers are scheduled to rebuild the existing off-ramp from westbound Pena onto Tower and widen Tower Road to four lanes from East 80th Avenue to south of the Tower-Pena interchange.

  • Adams City wrestlers off to Reno

    AURORA – Adams City's Nicholas Gonzales placed fifth at the Reno Tournament of Champions over the weekend. He competed at 126 pounds.

    He lost his first match in the semifinals. Gonzales was the only Eagles' wrestler to place in the tournament.

    Josh Deaguero (138) won three of five matches. Christian Rowell (182) won four of his six matches. Marques Salazar (145) took three of his five matches.

    The Reno tournament came a week after winning three of five matches at the Grandview Duals Dec. 9.