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About: littleton, colorado

The city of Littleton is part of the greater Denver metropolitan area and located just south of the main city. When the railroad arrived in the area in the 1870's, the population started to grow. The city was named the county seat (Araphoe County) at the turn of the century guaranteeing the cities future growth.

Population: 40340
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos (NFL) Nuggets (NBA) Colorado Avalanche (NHL) and Rockies (MLB).
Local Colleges: Arapahoe Community College

Zip Codes associated with littleton, colorado: 80120 80121 80122 80123 80124 80125 80126 80127 80128
Towns/Cities near littleton, colorado : Columbine Englewood Bow mar Ken Caryl Highlands Ranch

Littleton News
The distinctive profile of school shooters: 'Always a trail of what they're about to'

Nineteen-year-old Nikolas Cruz has become the latest young man accused of storming a U.S. school and gunning down students and staff. Cruz allegedly fired his way through his former school last week, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.

INTERESTING: Big Pharma's role in school shootings and other killings?

Once the essential Who, What, Where and When facts are announced , more bloviating follows in the form of conjecture, idealistic rhetoric and hypotheticals mixed with predictable mis- and disinformation intended to fortify a political agenda. Out come the Same Old Same Old "solutions" that either violate the Constitution or other laws or cost incalculable amounts of unavailable revenue and "political will".

Police find Jeffco high school threats not credible, but they still...

Two separate threats at Jefferson County high schools spun out of control on social media in the past few days as the nation remains on edge following the Feb. 14 shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17 people. On Friday, a student at Arvada West High School wrote in both the girls and boys bathrooms that there would be a shooting at the school on Feb. 16, according to the district.

Inside Denver Artists' Work Spaces

Artist Robyn Francis sits next to her dog, Walter, in her space at Artuvus Studios on January 31, 2018. Huffman uses the moniker "Grow Love," which relates to her background as a doula and themes of the divine feminine in her work.

10 Tips for Your First Music Recording Session from a Local Pro

From bagpipe competitions to engineering Gucci Mane's latest hit - this Denver music industry pro shares his tips for getting the most out of your recording session. Years ago when Nick Pelc attended the funeral of a beloved school teacher, the last thing he thought he'd discover was his love for the unique bagpipe sound.

Columbine Shooting Survivor Has Surprising View On Concealed Carry Laws

Days after one of the deadliest school shootings ever, a Columbine shooting survivor is calling for more lenient concealed carry laws in schools. Patrick Neville was a former Columbine High School student and is now Colorado House Minority Leader.

Parkland Inspires Plan for Columbine Anniversary School Walk-Out Day

Our recent list of school shootings from Columbine to Parkland noted how frequently connections have been made between the killings at the former in 1999 and last week's massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. This link is now being made even more explicit by way of plans to stage a "National High School Walk-Out for Anti-Gun Violence" on April 20, Columbine's anniversary, in the wake of a March 24 rally in Washington being organized in association with organizers of the hugely successful Women's March .

Woody Paige: Take action on school shootings, consider helping Rachel's Challenge

Third-grader Ty Daily adds links to the kindness chain Friday, April 26, 2013, at Sunrise Elementary School as part of the Widefield School District 3's "A Day Without Hate." Every link represents an act of kindness by a student or teacher throughout the school year as part of the school district's Rachel's Challenge, an anti-bullying program, based on the writings of 17-year-old Rachel Scott, who was the first student killed at Columbine High School in 1999.

SB-158 seeks to make students safer

The Colorado General Assembly has passed legislation twice in the past decade to improve coordination between agencies on school incidents. But the measures passed haven't dealt with the cost to schools for the hardware, software and training to fully allow radio communications between schools and first responders.

The Coolest Brewery Flight Trays in Colorado

The beer is the thing at Colorado's four hundred or so breweries, but if you like presentation as well - and most of us do - then you're going to appreciate the extra mile that some breweries go to make their suds look good. From custom-built metal taster trays in the shape of their logos to whimsically-themed flight carriers to beautifully hand-carved wooden masterpieces, there is some serious creativity on display across the state - which isn't surprising considering that fact that creativity is one of the hallmarks of Colorado brewers.

How Can We Stop School Shootings?

It was March 1999, and I had taken a part-time reporter job at the Columbine Community Courier, a weekly paper in Littleton, Colorado. Before working for the paper on a regular basis, I went off with my family on a long planned mission trip to Honduras.

Tardy audit may cost Weld Re-8

The Weld Re-8 School District is staring at a risk to losing its' Colorado Department of Education funding. This is because third-party auditor Steven Plutt of Littleton based Plutt Rogers and Company PC is still reviewing the district's 2016/17 financial audit despite being given a three month extension to complete the work.

Columbine survivor talks about life after a school shooting

All the school shootings that happen in the United States of America hit close to home for Austin Eubanks, and the one that unfolded in Florida on Wednesday afternoon , killing 17 people, was all too familiar. He was a 17-year-old student at Colorado's Columbine High School when he and his best friend, Corey DePooter, were sitting in the library talking about going fishing after school.

Columbine survivor, recovering addict flashes back own trauma

Austin Eubanks flashed back to 1999 at the sight of students fleeing hands up and single-file out of a Florida high school this week. It bore far too many similarities to the massacre he survived at Columbine High School nearly 20 years ago.

How Columbine changed the way police respond to mass shootings

That's how the April 1999 massacre at Columbine High School - where two young men killed 13 people - shaped the way law enforcement respond to active shooter incidents such as Wednesday's deadly rampage in Parkland, Florida. Nearly two decades ago, a pair of Littleton, Colorado, students named Dylan Klebold, 17, and Eric Harris, 18, carried out a killing spree at Columbine that law enforcement experts called a watershed event in the response to active shooters.

Car negotiating secrets for people who hate haggling

Even car buyers who hate to haggle can get a good deal on their next car with... . FILE- In this April 26, 2017, file photo, 2017 Buick automobiles appear on display in the showroom at a GMC Buick dealership in Miami.

Worse than Columbine: This is one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history

Sheree Spaulding comforts her 15-year-old son Justin after she had no contact with him for several hours after a shooting at his school, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 14, 2018. They reunited at the Marriott Heron Bay with other parents and students.

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