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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

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Bob McAdam had to parachute from a crashing B-17 during WWII. You can ...

Bob McAdam had to parachute from a crashing B-17 during WWII. You can fly on one this weekend for $450.

Seen: Theatre of Dreams Gala for Central City Opera

Gala headliner Elizabeth Welch, who is currently appearing as Christine on Broadway in Andrew Lloyd Weber's "The Phantom of the Opera." Host Mike Ward is joined by the co-chairs of the Theatre of Dreams Gala: Michelle Dorman, left, and Judy Grant.

Colorado's the third deadliest state for lightning strikes - here's how to protect yourself

Lightning killed 38 people in 2016 in the United States, the weather service said. That's the most since 2007, when lightning killed 45 people.

Lightning bolt kills woman and her horse

A woman and her horse were killed Sunday after lightning struck them in Sedalia, Colorado, while a girl riding horseback alongside the woman was injured. The 37-year-old woman and the 15-year-old girl were riding on a community equestrian trail on Rainbow Creek Road when the lightning bolt struck, Douglas Country Sheriff's deputies told Fox 31 .

Air Force Academy cadet's gravy-like goo is a bullet-stopping marvel

Air Force Academy cadet Hayley Weir, a senior, has applied for a patent on a new kind of body armor that uses a gooey non-Newtonian fluid to stop bullets. So far it has stopped .44-magnum rounds at close range.

The long haul

The senior at Chatfield Senior High School, who turns 19 in a few days, has beaten cancer not once, not twice, but three times. He was first diagnosed with leukemia when he was about 5 years old.

Douglas County Crime Blotter: Man stopped for waving gun on way back from range

Gun play. Police stopped a man in his truck March 28 after motorists saw him waving a handgun while driving in the intersection of Colorado 86 and Colorado 83, Douglas County .

Fix-and-flip real estate scheme in Denver leads to felony charges against two men

A Denver grand jury has indicted two men on charges they ran a real estate scheme in the city that defrauded 10 investors of $1 million with promises to fix and flip properties. Elliott Boston III, 47, is charged with one count violating the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act, several securities fraud counts and other felonies, including theft, identity theft and forgery.

Postal service employee pleads guilty after faking cancer to work at home

Caroline Zarate Boyle, age 60, of Highlands Ranch, a U.S. Postal Service employee, pled guilty to presenting a forged writing to the United States with the intent to defraud after fabricating to her employer that she had cancer in order to work from home and claim hundreds of hours of sick leave. The guilty plea occurred before U.S. District Court Judge Raymond P. Moore, Acting U.S. Attorney Bob Troyer and U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General Special Agent in Charge Scott Pierce announced.

Alabama bishops ask United Methodists to stay calm after ruling on gay bishop

This Wednesday, April 19, 2017 photo shows Bishop Karen Oliveto in the sanctuary of a United Methodist Church near her office in Highlands Ranch, Colo. The highest court in the United Methodist Church considered whether to invalidate the election of the denomination's first openly gay bishop, Oliveto, amid a struggle to avoid schism over the Bible and same-sex relationships.

Man says customer service has not improved

Highlands Ranch, Colo. - United Airlines is at the center of another customer service issue, and the problems happened to passengers heading to Denver.

Methodist court ruling a blow for openly lesbian bishop

On Tuesday, the highest court in the United Methodist Church considered... . In this Wednesday, April 19, 2017, photo, Bishop Karen Oliveto poses for a photo in the sanctuary of a United Methodist Church in Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Highlands Ranch postal worker pleads guilty to faking cancer so she could work from home

A U.S. Postal Service employee who faked cancer, in order to work from home and claim hundreds of hours in sick leave, has pleaded guilty. Caroline Zarate Boyle, 60, of Highlands Ranch, pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to presenting a forged writing to the United States with the intent to defraud, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Colorado.

Methodist court ruling a blow for openly lesbian bishop

On Tuesday, the highest court in the United Methodist Church considered... . In this Wednesday, April 19, 2017, photo, Bishop Karen Oliveto poses for a photo in the sanctuary of a United Methodist Church in Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Meet Antron Fogler, Most Disgusting Door-to-Door Salesman of All Time

And if the accusations pressed against him by the Douglas County Sheriff's Office are accurate, he's added a repulsive new act. He's been arrested on allegations that he pawed at least two women, and masturbated in front of one, while posing as a door-to-door salesman.

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