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Broomfield police are investigating a death and charges against a suspect are pending, but new information only will be provided through updates on the police... [Read More]
As fallout from the nearly 30-day federal government shutdown permeates into all sectors of society, Broomfield families receiving federal food assistance should be taken care... [Read More]
The Broomfield Community Foundation is seeking applications for the Heart of Broomfield Awards. [Read More]
Gregg Moss, president and CEO of the Metro North Chamber of Commerce, said labeling his on-stage moves as "dancing" may be a stretch. [Read More]
Dancing With the Broomfield Stars returns this week with professional dancers the crowd has learned to love - and fresh faces of friends and neighbors... [Read More]
Patrons of Broomfield's library who hesitated to check out books because of fines no longer have to worry. [Read More]
Broomfield artist Joe Ziegler combined an old family snapshot with memories of Broomfield Days - the marching bands, children with balloons and scores of people... [Read More]
Bob Davis, who years ago was mistakenly asked to be the Broomfield Days Parade Marshal, now has graciously accepted his second invitation. [Read More]
Even 17 years after the 9/11 attacks, new stories or details emerge about how people were affected locally. [Read More]
Broomfield announced Monday evening it has approved the latest version of a Comprehensive Drilling Plan, a document that was resubmitted by Extraction Oil & Gas,... [Read More]
To learn moreVisit Themes such as family, heritage and immigration will be explored through community projects that highlight Young Boy written by Shanthi Sekaran,... [Read More]
If you goWhat: Ask the Experts When: 9 to 11:25 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 6 Where: Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, 1700 West 10th Ave. [Read More]
A man accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 79-year-old woman in Broomfield was arraigned of charges. Motions hearings for Donald Lee McMillian, 43, were... [Read More]
Armed with his shotgun, Nic Moschetti keeps collecting medals in his last year of junior competitions while setting his sights on the Olympic games. [Read More]
If you goWhat: Taste of College When: 4 to 8 p.m. Sept. 13 Where: Front Range Community College, 3645 W. [Read More]
Candidates vying for the 2nd Congressional District seat that will be left vacant by gubernatorial hopeful Jared Polis debated hot-button topics Wednesday evening that included... [Read More]
Broomfield City Council approved nearly $1.18 million for air quality testing in and near oil and gas sites proposed by Extraction Oil & Gas, Inc. [Read More]
If you goWhat: Congressional District 2 candidate forum When: 6 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 29 Where: Broomfield City Council Chambers, 1 Descombes Drive More info: broomfieldchamber. [Read More]
To learn moreVisit Broomfield resident David Waller, a professional engineer and deputy fire marshal for the North Metro Fire Rescue District, was awarded... [Read More]
The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has approved all but one of the permits filed by Extraction Oil & Gas, Inc. [Read More]