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The city of Littleton is part of the greater Denver metropolitan area and located just south of the main city. When the railroad arrived in the area in the 1870's, the population started to grow. The city was named the county seat (Araphoe County) at the turn of the century guaranteeing the cities future growth.

Population: 40340
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos (NFL) Nuggets (NBA) Colorado Avalanche (NHL) and Rockies (MLB).
Local Colleges: Arapahoe Community College

Zip Codes associated with littleton, colorado: 80120 80121 80122 80123 80124 80125 80126 80127 80128
Towns/Cities near littleton, colorado : Columbine Englewood Bow mar Ken Caryl Highlands Ranch

Littleton News
Columbine High School releases balloons for shooting victims

A student releases a balloon in honor of one of the victims of the massacre in a Parkland, Fla., high school during a student walkout to protest gun violence on the soccer field behind Columbine High School Wednesday, March 14, 2018, in Littleton, Colo. More than 250 students took part in the short protest at Columbine, the scene of a mass school shooting on April 20, 1999.

Columbine students join in nationwide school walkout

Among the hundreds of schools taking part in today's National School Walkout to protest against gun violence, the walkout especially hits home for Columbine High School in Colorado, where two students opened fire in April 1999, killing 12 of their fellow students and a teacher. Add Gun Control as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Gun Control news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

First they built them, then they burned them: Firefighter recruits learn how quickly buildings burn

Recruits watch as their fellow classmates work to put out the fire in the second of three structures. Members of the West Metro Fire Rescue recruiting class get some hands-on training at the West Metro Fire Training Center on March 2 in Lakewood.

3/25 TLC Now Online

In this edition, the Rev. Todd Sorenson - rector of rector of St. Gregory's Church in Littleton, Colorado - writes about what he learned since the massacre at Columbine High School in 1999: When a mother reported that there was an incident at Columbine High School, and I walked out of my office to see helicopters hovering over the school, I feared it was bad.

Bill that allows concealed carry passes Senate

Fire Weather Warning issued March 8 at 3:06PM MST expiring March 9 at 6:00PM MST in effect for: Larimer, Logan, Weld Fire Weather Watch issued March 8 at 2:22PM MST expiring March 9 at 5:00PM MST in effect for: Cheyenne, Kit Carson, Yuma Fire Weather Watch issued March 8 at 2:53AM MST expiring March 9 at 6:00PM MST in effect for: Larimer, Logan, Weld PROVO, UT - DECEMBER 19: Damon Thueson shows a holster at a gun concealed carry permit class put on by "USA Firearms Training" on December 19, 2015 in Provo, Utah. Demand for concealed carry permits have spiked in the last several weeks with the terrorists attacks in Paris and the United States.

Family eats decades-old cereal bought at Walmart

The family says it wasn't until they sat down for a serving that they noticed the cereal had a "best by" date of 1997. LAKEWOOD, CO A Colorado family plans to return a box of cereal to Walmart for one very good reason: the box has a printed "best by" date of Feb. 22, 1997.

Boulder mall favorite Ibashi-I latest victim of city's housing crunch

Well-known Pearl Street Mall contortionist Ibashi-I is in a bind that he is going to need some help escaping.

Toll Authority Admits Incorrect Billing; Issues Apology And Refund

Marching Band Prepares For Ireland Parade In Memory Of Bandmate A Broomfield high school marching band is coming together to represent their community on the global stage at the same time honoring the memory of a former student. Toll Authority Admits Incorrect Billing; Issues Apology And Refund The E-470 Public Highway Authority has admitted it incorrectly billed a Littleton woman for toll charges she never incurred, then continued to press her for payment even after she presented evidence suggesting the toll charges were erroneous.

Jared Polis' record on guns and oil and gas makes Colorado...

Five years ago, Jared Polis objected to a ban on assault rifles after the Sandy Hook school massacre because it would interfere with the use of guns by law-abiding citizens. Now, after a gunman killed 17 at a Florida high school just over two weeks ago, Polis is a co-sponsor on a bill to outlaw the military-style weapons.

These Five Tiny Wine Shops Offer Great Selection, Personalized Service

After an exploration of some of Denver's coziest wine shops, the takeaway is: Go small. Tiny bottle shops offer a delightful shopping experience, quaint ambience and unparalleled customer service.

How Women Can Continue Rising in the Cannabis Industry

When Windy Borman started making her documentary on women in the cannabis industry in 2015, women held 36 percent of its senior leadership roles , compared to 21 percent across all industries in the United States. But by the time her film, Mary Janes: The Women of Weed premiered at the Alamo Drafthouse in Littleton March 3 to a sold-out crowd, the latest news showed that statistic had dipped nine points to 27 percent .

Cameras, door locks, a bucket of kitty litter for when active-shooter ...

Pomona High School social studies teacher Dale Munholland teaches students in his American history class in which students learned about the freedom riders, while comparing them to current topics like DACA and school shootings on Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Pomona High School social studies teacher Dale Munholland teaches students in his American history class in which students learned about the freedom riders, while comparing them to current topics like DACA and school shootings on Friday, Feb. 23, 2018.

Keeping schools safe takes the entire community

There was a time when we did not think much about school safety. The main safety hazard at school for the most part was the chance of a fire or the prospect a tornado roaring through town.

Francis Roces on Kimono Dragons and Denver Style

On February 23, the 2018 Artopia took over The Church nightclub, creating an immersive arts experience that included a fifteen-minute fashion show. That's when local fashion brands CR Lee Designs and Kimono Dragons took the center stage, as models displayed their designs.

Columbine survivors, jolted by similarities of Florida shooting, view ...

In this image from television, students escape from Columbine High school Tuesday, April 20, 1999 in Littleton, Colo., after two young men dressed in long, black trench coats opened fire in the suburban high school. Every weekday after 3 p.m., Cyndi Tunstead's cellphone chimes with a text from the babysitter that her first-grade daughter has arrived home from school.

Teens dodge prison for Columbine-inspired school massacre plot

Three teens who threatened to "kill everyone" at their high school in Michigan in a Columbine-inspired school shooting will dodge prison and spend five years on house arrest and probation, a judge ruled. Lapeer Circuit Court Judge Nick Holowka sentenced Gunnar Rice, 15, Asa Candela, 16, and Dylan DeAngelis, 16, in connection with the proposed plot detailed in a chilling, 15-minute iPhone video showing Rice and Candela coolly describing their plan to "shoot up" Lapeer High School and commit suicide, reports .

Luther College Balalaika Ensemble to perform Sunday, March 4, in the CFA

The Luther College Balalaika Ensemble will give a 2 p.m. concert Sunday, March 4, in the Center for the Arts atrium on the Luther campus. The family-friendly concert, open to the public with no charge for admission, features Ami Hall as special guest vocalist.

Concealed weapons bill fails in committee

A GOP bill that would have allowed concealed carry on Colorado school grounds was lost in committee last Wednesday after House Democrats rejected the measure in a 6-3 vote along party lines. House Bill 1037, which was sponsored by Colorado House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, R-Castle Rock, and co-sponsored by his father, state Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, was one of three gun-related bills heard by the Democrat-controlled House Committee on State, Veterans and Military Affairs during an emotional public hearing Feb. 21 that spanned nearly nine hours.

Alternative Arts patrons support the shop's manager in tattoo fundraiser

Before Alternative Arts Tattoo officially opened its doors on Sunday, a line of people wrapped around the building, waiting patiently despite a persistent wind. Jesse Neumann, a tattoo artist at Alternative Arts for four years, gives Jeff Roehm a tattoo while his wife Lindsay Roehm gets a matching one.

Suspect in string of S. Jeffco robberies pleads not guilty

The man accused of robbing several South Jeffco businesses in December pleaded not guilty Monday morning to charges of first-degree kidnapping, aggravated robbery, first-degree burglary and menacing. Edward Roy Barron, 31, was arrested Dec. 10 after police accuse him of carjacking a 27-year-old Lakewood man around 4 a.m. Dec. 9. He approached the man at gunpoint when he was leaving his apartment to go to work.

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