Monthly Archives: March 2014

Homeowner Admits Shooting, Killing Suspected Burglar in Sloans Lake

Kim Nguyen with 7News writes: A deadly shooting two weeks ago near Sloans Lake may have been a case of self defense — where the homeowner fatally shot a suspected burglar, according to newly obtained court documents. The shooting occurred … Continue reading

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Denver Arts and Venues Awarding $40,000 in Micro-Arts Projects

Joe Vaccarelli with The Denver Post writes: A free mobile library in a neighborhood or possibly a bird feeder at a park: Denver is ripe with opportunities for something visible and artistic in neighborhoods that give them a feeling of … Continue reading

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Man Arrested in Deadly West Denver Shooting

Robert Garrison with 9News writes: A man was arrested in connection to a deadly shooting in Denver Wednesday night. Timothy Wakefield, 29, is facing first-degree murder charges for a shooting that left one man dead in the west part of … Continue reading

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1 Wounded, 1 Arrested in West Denver Shooting

Robert Garrison with 9News writes: Denver police are investigating a shooting that seriously injured one person in the west part of the city. It happened in the 3200 block of West Avondale Drive, near the intersection of West Colfax Avenue … Continue reading

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CDOT Considering Closing US 6 Off-Ramp to Lowell/Perry

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is considering closing the Perry/Lowell Street exit off 6th Avenue and is seeking resident feedback. There will be a meeting on Wednesday, March 26th, at 6:30 pm at Eagleton Elementary. Read more about the proposal’s pros … Continue reading

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