Today's News

  • Area government officials make new online application

    Colorado residents can now use Gov2Go, a technology platform, to get license plate renewals through a mobile phone application.

    Clerk and recorder officials in both Adams and Weld counties helped to create the new mobile phone application, which is available through the Colorado Department of Revenue.

  • Big buzz for tiny homes

    Brandon and Jazz have been living out of their converted shuttle bus for a little more than a year. The couple decided they were sick of the high cost of living, working all the time and never seeing each other, never being able to “truly live.”

  • Driver killed in I-76 crash

    A male driver died after his car hit a median guard on Interstate 76 in the wee hours of Thursday morning June 28.

    Commerce City police said the man was traveling eastbound around 2 a.m. in the 10800 block of Interstate 76. They did not release the man’s name or the cause of the accident.

    Eastbound Interstate 76 was closed at the with U.S. Highway 85 until about 6 a.m. Police also closed one lane on westbound Interstate 76 between the 10700 and 10900 blocks.

  • There’s more to camp than just playing hoops

    GREELEY – It’s not just the playing of a game – or several – at the University of Northern Colorado each summer that keeps Prairie View’s girls basketball team in attendance.

  • Outreach program needs exhibitors Aug. 9

    Commerce City officials want qualified exhibitors to be a part of the Neighborhood Outreach event Aug. 9 at Pioneer Park, 5950 Holly St. 

    Event attendees enjoy free food and entertainment while learning more about the city and local organizations and businesses.

  • Tabias Maverick McNeley

    Natasha and Jared McNeley of Lochbuie, welcomed a son, Tabias Maverick McNeley, into the world  Nov. 30 at Platte Valley Medical Center in Brighton. 

  • Wynter Landon Pulido

    Amber and DeAndre Pulido of Hudson, welcomed a son, Wynter Landon Pulido, into the world Dec. 4 at Platte Valley Medical Center in Brighton. He weighed 6 pounds 9 ounces and measured 20 inches long. His sister Nevaeh 3, welcomed him home. His grandparents are Beth Krueger and Rick Seamen of Brighton, and Gary Fuell of Prescott, Arizona, and Wendy Pulido of Brighton. His great-grandparents are Julie Rubadue of Wiggins and Virginia Hadler of Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • Leonardo Jose Solis

    Eva and Jose Solis of Commerce City announced the birth of their son, Leonardo Jose Solis, He weighed 9 pounds, 10 ounces and was 21 inches long. He was born Dec. 15 at Platte Valley Medical Center in Brighton. His brother Nathaniel Abel Solis welcomed him home. 

    His grandparents are Abel and Inez Corral; his great grandparents are Jose and Maria Solis of Jalisco, Mexico.

  • Miguel Angel Carrasco Bojorquez

    Karia Alrjandra Bojorquez and Edgar Angel Carrosco of Denver, announced the arrival of a son, Miguel Angel Carrasco Bojorquez. He was born Dec. 15 at Platte Valley Medical Center in Brighton. He measured 21 inches and weighed 7pounds, 14 ounces. 

  • LiAngelo Gordillo