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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
Law enforcement searching for suspects in two unrelated Denver-area...

Law enforcement is seeking the public's help finding two suspects responsible for unrelated bank robberies in Lakewood and Littleton that occurred less than a week apart. At 10:05 a.m. on Jan. 10, a man threatened a teller at the Colorado State Bank and Trust in Littleton, saying he had a weapon and demanding money, according to the FBI.

At least 6 burglars break into Littleton store and steal guns, police say

No one has been arrested in the 4:16 a.m. burglary of Murdoch's Ranch and Home store at 12154 N. Dumont Way. The burglars broke through a gate to gain access to the inside of the store, said Lauren LeKander, spokeswoman for the Douglas County Sheriffs Department.

50 years and counting: These 2 Colorado restaurants have stood the test of time

An order of the #13 stacked with corn beef, pastrami, and brisket on a marble rye served with potato salad Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 at the Bagel Deli in the Park Hampden Shopping Center. The year 1967 was tumultuous.

Colorado Dulcimer Festival back again

Marta Dean of Fort Collins performs on the hammered dulcimer during a workshop at last year's Colorado Dulcimer Festival. For the 15th year, dulcimer lovers from across the state and beyond will gather for a two-day festival featuring workshops, evening concerts and more.

Inter-Canyon Fire approves 2018 spending plan

Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District unanimously adopted its 2018 budget in December. The district expects to end the year with a $1.37 million fund balance less than it ended with in 2017.

Knife Attack at Russian School Leaves at Least 12 Wounded

Two masked teenagers armed with knives stormed a school in the central Russian city of Perm on Monday, wounding at least 12 people, most of them elementary school students. A teacher and a 16-year-old pupil who tried to intervene sustained serious stab wounds to the neck, officials said.

CSP looking for Littleton hit-and-run driver

LITTLETON, Colo. A 15-year-old Littleton boy was seriously injured after a car hit him while crossing the street, and the Colorado State Patrol is now asking for your help to find the driver responsible.

January Service Changes Begin Sunday, Jan. 14

Regional Transportation District passengers will see service changes take effect this Sunday, Jan. 14, and experience temporary detours in downtown Denver on Jan. 15 to make way for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Marade. RTD service changes are applied three times per year to improve the overall quality and efficiency of the agency's system.

Breckenridge awards 2018 cash grants to nonprofits

Breckenridge has awarded 2018 cash grants of more than $315,640 to local nonprofits working in the Upper Blue Basin, according to a town news release. "We see our cash grants as a chance to give back and support our local organizations," said Breckenridge spokeswoman Haley Littleton in the release.

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.

Your 2018 guide to free days at Denver Zoo, museums and other cultural hotspots

As Denver's size and cost of living continue to grow, free days at area cultural institutions have become more important for budget-strapped residents, especially parents. And, as with recent years, the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District - the seven-county metro area's tax district that funds hundreds of arts and culture nonprofits - offers a handy interactive calendar at scfd.org that lists the free days by month.

An unbreakable bond: A year in the life of an adoptive couple in South Jeffco

Bret and Aron arrive for Kalyn's 9-month-old check up at Peak Health Family medicine on March 15, 2017. Kalyn shows family and friends how old she is during her first birthday celebration at their home in Littleton on June 10, 2017.

Listen To A Dealer Tell A Customer His Faulty 2017 Ford Truck Wasn't Designed To Exceed 65 MPH

A Colorado man recently took his new Ford F-250-which had a violent front-end shake on the highway-to a dealer, only to be told that the truck was "not designed to go over 65 mph." It's a ridiculous and untrue claim in what is just a baffling audio recording.

Littleton landscaper pays $500K in back wages, penalties for underpaying foreign workers

Parkside Landscaping of Littleton has paid more than a half million dollars in back wages and penalties to settle allegations it underpaid the foreign workers it brought in to fill seasonal jobs, the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division said Tuesday. The Littleton landscaping firm paid $524,063 in back wages to 53 employees and $26,104 in penalties to resolve violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act and H-2B non-agricultural visa program provisions.

Mom of preemie thanks team that saved his life

Winter Storm Watch issued January 8 at 3:04PM MST expiring January 11 at 12:00AM MST in effect for: Chaffee, Conejos, Lake, Mineral, Rio Grande, Saguache Winter Storm Watch issued January 8 at 2:52PM MST expiring January 11 at 12:00AM MST in effect for: Delta, Mesa, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel Winter Storm Watch issued January 8 at 2:52PM MST expiring January 11 at 9:00AM MST in effect for: Eagle, Garfield, Moffat, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt Winter Storm Watch issued January 8 at 2:52PM MST expiring January 11 at 12:00AM MST in effect for: Archuleta, Delta, Dolores, Garfield, Gunnison, Hinsdale, La Plata, Mesa, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, San Juan, San Miguel LITTLETON, Colo. - The name Cayden means warrior and fighter.

Mike Littwin: Tragedy in Douglas County

Friends and family of Douglas County deputy sheriff Zackari Parrish hold candles in the air during a candlelight vigil at Mission Hills church on Jan. 1 in Littleton. Parrish, 29, was gunned down in an ambush when deputies responded to a domestic disturbance at Copper Canyon apartment complex.

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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