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Part of the Colorado Front Range Highlands Ranch was once home to the Ute, Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes. It was originally claimed in the name of France by explorer René-Robert Cavelier. Located twelve miles from Denver many residents commute for work. The city is still home to the Highlands Ranch Mansion, one of the most unique structures in the whole state and includes fourteen bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. Most of the mansion was built before the 1920's.

Population: 96713
Local Newspapers: Denver Post The Colorado Community Newspaper
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos (NFL) & Nuggets (NBA) Colorado Avalanche (NHL) & Rockies (MLB).
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Zip Codes associated with highlands ranch, colorado: 80126 80129 80130 80163
Towns/Cities near highlands ranch, colorado : Acres Green Lone Tree Greenwood Village Castlewood Southglenn Louviers Castle Pines

Highlands Ranch News
Bill to keep scanners relevant dies after debate

A bill seeking to stop Colorado law enforcement from encrypting, and therefore hiding, all of their emergency radio communications met its demise Thursday but sparked a debate about the public's right to know - pitting journalists against police agencies as it went down. Even as members of the House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee rejected the measure brought by state Rep. Kevin Van Winkle, a Highlands Ranch Republican, they raised concern about the issue and urged him to bring it back at a later date.

Highlands Ranch student bites into Tide pod during school after online challenge goes viral

A student at Thunder Ridge High School took a bite out of a Tide Pod during school on Friday as U.S. health officials and social media companies grapple with the consequences of an online challenge that has gone viral. A district spokesperson confirmed the incident saying the student bit into a laundry detergent pod that was brought by another student.

Denver Pioneers co-captain Graham Smith of Highlands Ranch taken in first round of MLS SuperDraft

The senior played for the Golden Eagles and for Real Colorado, and is the Pioneers' ninth SuperDraft selection in ten seasons Post Preps Insider is your daily source for news, story lines, top games and more information on Colorado high school sports - brought to you by Denver Post preps editor Kyle Newman.

Jeff Pelle, son of Boulder County sheriff, out of hospital after New Year's Eve shooting

Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle, left, sits beside the bed of his son, Douglas County sheriff's deputy Jeff Pelle, who was shot today in an ambush in Highlands Ranch, and two family members not identified by Boulder County Sheriff's Office, which tweeted this photo.

Jeff Pelle, son of Boulder County sheriff, out of hospital after New Year's Eve shooting

Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle, left, sits beside the bed of his son, Douglas County sheriff's deputy Jeff Pelle, who was shot today in an ambush in Highlands Ranch, and two family members not identified by Boulder County Sheriff's Office, which tweeted this photo. Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle's son, Jeff Pelle, a Douglas County deputy sheriff wounded in a New Year's Eve shooting, has been released from the hospital.

CU regents want more guidance from Bruce Benson, hope to play major role in picking his successor

Regent Irene Griego, right, speaks as University of Colorado President Bruce Benson listens in June 2017. What began as hushed conversations Thursday evolved into group discussions taking up much of Friday's University of Colorado Board of Regents annual winter retreat: the regents want more guidance from CU President Bruce Benson and assurances that they'll play a major role in selecting his successor.

Advanced Emissions Solutions (ADES) Rating Lowered to Sell at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Advanced Emissions Solutions, Inc. develops, offers and implements environmental technologies, equipment and specialty chemicals that enable coal-fueled power plants to meet emissions regulations. It operates in three principal business segments: Refined Coal, Emissions Control and CO2 capture.

Bill that would keep Colorado law enforcement from encrypting all...

A bill seeking stop Colorado law enforcement from encrypting, and therefore hiding, all of their emergency radio communications met its demise Thursday but sparked a debate about the public's right to know - pitting journalists against police agencies as it went down. Even as members of the House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee rejected the measure brought by state Rep. Kevin Van Winkle, a Highlands Ranch Republican, they raised concern about the issue and urged him to bring it back at a later date.

Bisetti's to Say Arrivederci to Fort Collins at End of Month

An exquisite Italian dinner in Fort Collins....there was only one place for that. Sadly, Bisetti's Ristorante will no longer be an option in Old Town as the owners, Heather and Robert Bisetti announced in a , Heather said, "We are extremely grateful to all of our employees and to the wonderful people of Fort Collins for their loyal support throughout the years."

Go in or walk away? Shooting that killed Douglas County deputy...

Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock released body camera footage to show severity of mental health crisis that deputies are left to handle Police investigate the scene of an early morning shootout that led to the death of a Douglas County sheriff deputy on Dec. 31, 2017 in Highlands Ranch. Deputy Zackari Parrish, 29, was killed and four other deputies were wounded in what police described as an ambush when deputies responded to a domestic disturbance at Copper Canyon Apartment complex at 3401 E. County Line Road.

Advanced Emissions Solutions (ADES) Upgraded at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Advanced Emissions Solutions, Inc. develops, offers and implements environmental technologies, equipment and specialty chemicals that enable coal-fueled power plants to meet emissions regulations. It operates in three principal business segments: Refined Coal, Emissions Control and CO2 capture.

Jeff Pelle, Longmont native and son of Boulder County sheriff, out of ...

Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle, left, sits beside the bed of his son, Douglas County sheriff's deputy Jeff Pelle, who was shot in an ambush in Highlands Ranch, and two family members not identified by Boulder County Sheriff's Office, which tweeted this photo on New Year's Eve. Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle's son, Jeff Pelle, a Douglas County deputy sheriff wounded in a New Year's Eve shooting, has been moved out of the intensive care unit at the hospital where he is undergoing treatment.

RTD names Doug Tisdale as 2018 chair of transit agency's board of directors

The Regional Transportation District this week named Doug Tisdale the new chair of its 15-member board of directors for 2018. Tisdale is a former mayor of Cherry Hills Village and is president of the law firm Tisdale & Associates LLC. His RTD district covers Cherry Hills Village, Greenwood Village, Centennial, Littleton, Columbine Valley, and Highlands Ranch.

Douglas County gunman used four weapons against deputies, SWAT team in New Year's Eve shooting

Police investigate the scene of an early morning shootout that led to the death of a Douglas County sheriff deputy on Dec. 31, 2017 in Highlands Ranch. Body camera footage from the fatal New Year's Eve shooting death of a Douglas County sheriff's deputy shows chilling footage of officers storming an apartment building under heavy gunfire in an attempt to rescue Deputy Zackari Parrish.

Sheriff: Colorado gunman monitored deputies before shooting

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On the Heels of DougCo Deputy Shooting, PTSD Support for Police Coming in July

"17-21 is End of Watch for final time. DCSO call sign Paul 163, badge number 17-21, is hereby retired.

Officers In Ambush Shooting Acted 'Absolutely Perfectly'

Officers In Ambush Shooting Acted 'Absolutely Perfectly' The Douglas County Sheriff's Office on Monday released body camera video from the deputies who responded to the scene where a deputy was killed on New Year's Eve. High Hopes For New $44M Recreation Center The new four-story Carla Madison Recreation Center in Denver is officially open.

Slain Douglas County deputy was trying to take shooter into custody on mental health hold

Police investigate the scene of an early morning shootout that led to the death of a Douglas County sheriff deputy on Dec. 31, 2017 in Highlands Ranch. Douglas County sheriff's deputies were trying to take a man into custody on a mental health hold on New Year's Eve morning when he opened fire on them, killing one deputy and eventually wounding six other people, according to a video the sheriff's office released Monday.

Worrisome emails weren't enough to charge Matthew Riehl prior to...

Police investigate the scene of an early morning shootout that led to the death of a Douglas County sheriff deputy on Dec. 31, 2017 in Highlands Ranch. Deputy Zackari Parrish, 29, was killed and four other deputies were wounded in what police described as an ambush when deputies responded to a domestic disturbance at Copper Canyon Apartment complex at 3401 E. County Line Road.

Guns, mental health and the death of a Douglas County deputy

Officers and friends of slain Douglas County sheriff's Deputy Zackari Parrish attend a candlelight vigil on Monday in Littleton. Parrish was gunned down in an ambush on Sunday when deputies responded to a domestic disturbance at an apartment complex in Highlands Ranch.

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