Jennifer Rios

Jennifer Rios covers the City and County of Broomfield

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Approximately 10 weeks after a crack in U.S. 36 appeared that led to the eventual collapse of a portion the roadway, the Colorado Department of Transportation confirmed earlier estimates that traffic patterns should be restored by early October, and reconstruction may be finished in December.
More than 200 people attended a 9/11 remembrance ceremony in Broomfield Wednesday, which featured speakers, music and family of a victim killed in the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
With her dad’s arms supporting her, Lauren Slack made a lap from the family’s dining room to the recently-renovated living room while supporters cheered her on. Among the crowd were representatives from Home Builders Foundation – a nonprofit that helped build ramps – and raised a sunken living room floor – to make the house […]
A young bull moose was relocated Monday afternoon from an area off of 104th Avenue in Westminster. The animal previously was in Broomfield Sunday near the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport. Broomfield police said the moose was spotted near Edgeview Drive by the airport and, “wandered away and settled down for the night.” It was found […]
Frank Shorter race returns Sunday