Downtown Littleton.In 1987, Chris Gibbons was charged with revitalizing a Littleton economy that just saw it's largest employer, construction aggregate supplier Martin Marietta, lay off about 7,000 employees amid a recession. And despite long odds, his Economic Gardening program was such a s ... More >>
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From the week of October 14, 2004
Creeping traffic. Strained schools. Dwindling water. Commuters are flocking to Elbert County for a little bit of country, but there isn't much country left.
Meet taxidermy's hair Jordan, the man who brings dead animals to life.
When a boardmember refused to go with the flow, Metro's plan to handle Lowry wastewater got down and dirty.
Everyone in the neighborhood knows the Walkers. Most wish they didn't.
A young woman gets $200,000 to settle a lawsuit against a union concerning a sexual assault.
If Colorado deregulates electricity, Californians will be first in line for the state's cheap power--and Coloradans may get fried.
Demons continue to haunt the injured ironworker who held up Focus on the Family--as well as his victims.
The sky's no limit for these Colorado scientists. They're heading straight for the Red Planet.
What goes around comes around at Roll-O-Rama.
The politicians aren't the only ones packing heat in fast-growing Elbert County.
Painting the town with Count Bacon
Diamond Shamrock's pipeline isn't built yet, but it's already brought a flammable mixture to Elbert County politics.
THE LITTLE-KNOWN CCEM DOESN'T CLEAN UP POLLUTION. BUT WITH $7.6 MILLION IN TAX MONEY TO PLAY WITH, IT SURE CAN TALK ABOUT IT.
THERE'S PLENTY OF GOOD NEWS ABOUT ROCKY FLATS. AND YOU'RE PAYING FOR IT.
A DAUGHTER'S ACCUSATIONS RIPPED THIS FAMILY APART.FAMILY PLOTS WHAT HAPPENED TO THE WAHRLES ISN'T A PRETTY PICTURE.
HOW AN OLD FAMILY RECIPE STOKED THE FIRES OF A NATIONAL FOOD OBSESSION.
TEN YEARS AFTER QUESTIONS WERE FIRST RAISED ABOUT THE DRINKING WATER IN FRIENDLY HILLS, SCIENTISTS SAY THE STATE IS DROWNING OUT CRUCIAL RESEARCH.
ONE FAMILY LEARNS THE HARD LESSONS OF THE "NEW" HEALTH CARE.