Today's News

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  • Man OK after 'mental-health crisis'

     A man who was having what Commerce City police called "a mental-health crisis" is in stable condition at an area hospital after an incident Oct. 6.

    It started shortly before 9 a.m. in the 16300 block of East 104th Place.

    Cmdr. Robert Renfrow said police got a call of a person causing problems. Officers found the man damaging property inside the home. The man, whose name wasn't released, also started a small fire inside the home. South Adams County Fire Department and Northglenn Ambulance assisted in putting out the fire.

  • Chase leads to officer-involved shooting

     The Adams County Critical Incident investigative team is looking into the circumstances surrounding an officer-involved shooting.

    It happened shortly before 10:45 a.m. near East 53rd Avenue and Quebec Street.

  • Hit-and-run crash kills one, closes freeway

    Commerce City police found the vehicle that struck and killed a pedestrian early Oct. 4.

    It happened around 4:15 a.m. on I-270 near Vasquez Boulevard.

    In a press statement late in the afternoon Oct. 4, police said they also identified the driver of the car that was involved. His name hasn't been released. Police also said they aren't looking for other cars or other people in connection with the crash. 

  • Brighton Ford celebrates 40 years of service


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  • Football: Norse roll past Eagles

    By Jonathan Maness

    Sports Correspondent

    COMMERCE CITY – It’s been a tough year for the Adams City football team, and Friday’s loss didn’t make matters any better. 

    The out-manned Eagles had no answer for Northglenn’s high-powered offense that cruised to a 48-0 victory. 

    The defeat wasn’t the most frustrating part for Adams City’s coach Jesse Jones. It was the lack of competitiveness he saw from his squad.

  • LETTER: Home Depot steps up to help out


    Dear editor:

    As the director of a small, local nonprofit, Brighton Shares The Harvest, and on behalf of our board of directors, donors, and sponsors, I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Home Depot at Prairie Center. For the third year in a row, they have made an extremely generous donation of their leftover fruit, vegetable, herb, and flower seeds to us. We use these seeds in many ways to support our mission of putting more fresh produce on more tables in Brighton.

  • LETTER: No on 112

    Dear editor:

    I’m writing to urge my fellow Coloradans to vote “no” on Proposition 112. By increasing oil and gas drilling setbacks to a half-mile, you make virtually all drilling off-limits in the state. Do you know what this would do to the economy? 

    I read one study that said we’d lose 147,000 jobs by 2030, 43,000 

  • New restaurant coming to Commerce City by 2020

      What’s new with city council? Commerce City council met most recently Sept. 17; here’s the latest in developments in city business and regulations: 


    City approves incentives for future full-service restaurant