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Part of the Colorado Front Range Highlands Ranch was once home to the Ute, Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes. It was originally claimed in the name of France by explorer René-Robert Cavelier. Located twelve miles from Denver many residents commute for work. The city is still home to the Highlands Ranch Mansion, one of the most unique structures in the whole state and includes fourteen bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. Most of the mansion was built before the 1920's.

Population: 96713
Local Newspapers: Denver Post The Colorado Community Newspaper
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos (NFL) & Nuggets (NBA) Colorado Avalanche (NHL) & Rockies (MLB).
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Zip Codes associated with highlands ranch, colorado: 80126 80129 80130 80163
Towns/Cities near highlands ranch, colorado : Acres Green Lone Tree Greenwood Village Castlewood Southglenn Louviers Castle Pines

Highlands Ranch News
Brush fire sparks in Douglas County near police training center

The fire, which started around 6 p.m., is near the Highlands Ranch Law Enforcement Training Facility, 6001 Ron King Trail, according to the South Metro Fire Rescue Authority. Rampart Helicopter making water drops on approx 20 acre brush fire near HR Law Enforcement Training Center.

3,300 homes under preevacuation notice due fire in Douglas County

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office says 3,800 homes are under an evacuation order in wake of a brush fire that broke out south of Highlands Ranch Friday evening, sending a plume of smoke into the air that was visible for miles. The perimeter of the evacuation is south of Wildcat Reserve Parkway, east of Broadway and to the west of McArthur Ranch Road.

CareerWise offers unique apprentice program

CareerWise launches apprenticeship training high school students in specific job skills giving them college credit and preparing them for careers DENVER -- When you go to the website for the Golden, Colorado-based company " HomeAdvisor ", you'd probably never guess that there's Colin Dean is a junior at Stem School in Highlands Ranch, but he's already working in the information technology field as an apprentice at HomeAdvisor. The non-profit CareerWise Colorado just launched its first cohort of 116 high school apprentices.

SMH! Here's How Much Priciest House and Condo in Denver Cost Last Month

According to the latest Denver Metro Real Estate Trend Market Report , accessible below, the average price of a home in the area came in at $434,478 for the month of August 2017. That represents a 2.75 percent decline from the previous month but was more than 8 percent higher than the same time last year.

Suicide note left at cafe saves woman's life

"I actually come in here every single day," said Casas. "I actually say Kneaders is my 'Cheers.'

Douglas County Crime Blotter: Thieves make off with thousands in Best Buy merchandise

Unauthorized spending spree. Police responded to the 9300 block of Corral Lane, Castle Rock, because a man received a nearly $6,000 bill for a Best Buy credit card that he said he never opened.

HR coach resigns after drug sweep at school

HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. The head football coach at Highlands Ranch High School abruptly resigned from his position following a suspicious incident during a routine drug sweep of the school's parking lot.

Bed bugs, syringes greet Colorado students

ESTES PARK, Colo. The YMCA of the Rockies' Estes Park Center touts on its website "a wholesome, spiritual environment where families, friends and groups will be inspired by nature."

Inaugural CO 5K Run/Walk to Fight Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases kicks off on September 10

NEW YORK, NY, USA, September 1, 2017 / / -- Hundreds of participants are expected at the first-ever Colorado 5K Run/Walk to Fight Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases at Sloan Lake in Denver on September 10. Registration opens at 8am, with the event beginning at 9am. Like other #LymphWalks around the country, the event seeks to raise awareness and funding for lymphedema and lymphatic diseases education, research, and advocacy.

Safe Summer Program Silencing Gang Violence

Safe Summer Program Silencing Gang Violence A program aimed at ending gang violence this summer in East Denver has been a tremendous success. After a violent May, Reverend Leon Kelly rallied community leaders and law enforcement to stop the violence.

Douglas County Crime Blotter: Burglar enters through dog door

Unsecured dog door. Police were dispatched to the 7000 block of Winter Ridge Place, Castle Pines Aug. 7 because someone used a man's dog door to get into his basement.

Colorado drivers can expect to see a bump in gas prices from Hurricane Harvey

Joe Bieser of Highlands Ranch pays $3.99 a gallon Monday for unleaded at a Highlands Ranch gas station. on April 23, 2012.

Postal boss accused cancer sufferer of faking, then lied about having cancer herself

Leukemia cancer patient Lisa Roberts at Kendrick Lake Park Aug. 24, 2017. Roberts was falsely accused by a former boss of faking her cancer diagnosis.

Lawsuit: CU Regent John Carson allegedly discriminated against married lesbian couple

University of Colorado Regent John Carson is involved in a federal discrimination lawsuit alleging the company of which he is vice president denied spousal health insurance to an employee because of their sexual orientation. The lawsuit alleged Carson, a vice president for Cherry Creek Mortgage, told 59-year-old California-based employee Judith Dominguez that her lesbian marriage was not in line with the company's "clear criteria for spousal benefits," adding his religious views that employees should not marry a same-sex person.

Caroline Boyle's Guilty Plea Is Her Ticket to the Cancer Faker Hall of Fame

Yesterday, August 22, a U.S. District Court judge sentenced Highlands Ranch resident Caroline Zarate Boyle after she pleaded guilty to ripping off her former employer, the U.S. Postal Service, by pretending to have cancer. This admission and the punishment she'll receive as a result, outlined below, have earned her a place in the Colorado Cancer Faker Hall of Fame, which has inducted seven members in the past eight years .

Highlands Ranch postal worker who faked cancer to get out of work...

A postal worker from Highlands Ranch who faked cancer to take paid leave from work must spend 652 hours doing community service at a cancer treatment center, cancer research center or hospice, a U.S. District Court judge ruled. Caroline Zarate Boyle, 60, on Tuesday also was sentenced to five years of probation and ordered to pay a $10,000 fine.

Ex-USPS worker who faked cancer sentenced

DENVER A former U.S. Postal Service worker will have to complete 652 hours of community service at cancer treatment and research centers or hospices as part of her federal sentence after she pleaded guilty to faking cancer and taking 652 hours of work off or spending them working from home. Caroline Z. Boyle, 60, of Highlands Ranch, will also serve 5 years of probation, which includes 6 months of house arrest and electronic monitoring, pay a $10,000 fine and pay nearly $21,000 in restitution to the U.S. Postal Service.

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