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The Parker police officer who fatally shot a suspect who had earlier critically wounded a detective was justified in his use of deadly force, an investigation has determined. On Sept. 2, officer Ronnie Dorrell shot and killed Randall Rodick, who … more
The 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office has released its final report on the Sept. 2 shooting that left suspect Randall Rodick dead and Detective Dan Brite of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office in a hospital fighting for his life. The … more
The gunman who instigated a Sept. 2 shootout with several local law enforcement agencies and critically wounded Douglas County Sheriff's Office Detective Dan Brite, was addicted to alcohol and prescription painkillers and had talked about dying in … more
      The Parker Police Department has released the body-worn camera footage of Officer Ronnie Dorrell, who shot and killed gunman Randall Rodick in a Sept. 2 shootout. The … more
When Amber Kuminka's husband lost his job, the family fell into what she describes as suburban poverty. "We were just barely getting by," the Parker resident said. But it was difficult to reach out for help in a community known for its high … more
State Senate District 4 Republican candidate Jim Smallwood said there is a lack of skilled laborers in Douglas County, and that it is a “disservice to our kids” in the region to make them feel that their only option for success is to obtain a … more
A routine motions hearing for a case that was expected to last until December turned out to be a step toward closure for the family and friends of Brian and Jacquie Lehner, Parker residents who were killed by a drunken driver who said she also had … more
A Parker venue known for plays and performers was home to a bit of political theater on Oct. 18, as the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual candidate forum at the PACE Center. The event was intended to provide a civil platform for … more
A $2 million grant from Great Outdoors Colorado — which invests a portion of Colorado Lottery proceeds in state parks, trails, wildlife, rivers and open spaces — will complete a regional trail project that began in 1986 in Highlands Ranch to … more
Laurie Bendell attended the recent debate at a Littleton Church over Amendment 69, hoping to learn more about the citizen initiative that would amend the state Constitution to establish a universal health care system called ColoradoCare. She has … more
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