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‘Every 15 Minutes’ Aims To Show Consequences Of Distracted, Impaired Driving | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 21, 2018
There was an accident scene at Rangeview High School in Aurora on Thursday. Everything looked real from the mangled cars to the bloody faces, but it was all staged.
Firefighters Get New Gear To Help Fight Cancer | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 21, 2018
Before every call, firefighters suit up in their protective gear. They’re worn to scene after scene, keeping them safe in dangerous situations.
Aurora inmate loses leg, faces death after prison ignores complaints of infection | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 21, 2018
A federal inmate at the Aurora Detention Facility, who was accused of faking an illness, was suffering from an infection that led to amputation.
Aurora Theater Shooting Memorial Dedication Announced | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 21, 2018
The dedication for the memorial honoring those killed in the Aurora theater shooting will be late next month.
Aurora To Hold Fireworks Display At Aurora Municipal Center | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 21, 2018
July 4: The City of Aurora's Fourth of July Spectacular offers a festival style atmosphere with live music, food and activities.
Family’s Mission To Spread Joy Grows From Cancer Battle | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 20, 2018
One family's mission to spread joy among young cancer patients grew from a personal and heartbreaking experience with cancer.
3 Shot, 1 Dead In Early Morning Shooting Near Nightclub | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 20, 2018
Four people were shot early Sunday morning near The Kasbah Nightclub near 6th Avenue and Helena Street.
‘Big Hearts Closet’ Helps Foster Families | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 20, 2018
Denver Human Services is teaming up with a church to provide a valuable resource in the community for foster families.
Hundreds Honor & Celebrate Late Mayor Steve Hogan | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 20, 2018
The late mayor of Aurora was memorialized on Saturday by hundreds of family and friends, including Gov. John Hickenlooper.
A Look Inside Colorado’s First Amazon Fulfillment Center | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 20, 2018
Millions of products sit stacked on hundreds of shelves inside Amazon's first Colorado fulfillment center.
Report Of Gunman Near High School Prompts Lock Down | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 20, 2018
Aurora police placed Hinkley High School on locked down after reports of an armed person on or near campus.
Democrat running in Colorado’s most competitive congressional race gets pepper sprayed in new campaign video | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 20, 2018
In a graphic new campaign video that’s prompting criticism, one of the two Democrats running for Colorado’s most competitive congressional seat this year gets pepper sprayed as part of a proposal to halt school shootings.
10,000 Pound Concrete Pipe Rolls Off Truck | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 20, 2018
A 10,000 pound concrete pipe rolled off a truck and into the middle of Parker Road on Friday afternoon.
Prepare For Road Closures Due To Race On Sunday | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 20, 2018
Drivers will face significant closures Sunday, May 20th for the Colfax Half-Marathon and Marathon.
Coffman Advocates For Homeless Veteran Bill At Symposium | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 19, 2018
Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman introduce a bill aimed at keeping homeless veterans and their families together.
Police Search For Driver In Deadly Hit & Run | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 19, 2018
Police are looking for the driver in a deadly hit and run which happened early Monday morning in Aurora.
A-Line’s noisy train horns’ days are numbered, as RTD plans to pull flaggers back from six crossings starting Friday | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 19, 2018
The first of dozens of flaggers along the University of Colorado A Line who have kept a round-the-clock presence for two-plus years at its crossings will lay down their stop signs starting Friday -- a move that starts the clock on the end of the blare of train horns along the 23-mile line.
Another Day Of Storms Brings More Hail, Funnel Cloud | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 19, 2018
Tuesday brought more severe weather across the Denver metro area, with some damaging hail and a sighting of a funnel cloud.
Aurora police search for hit-and-run driver who killed pedestrian | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 19, 2018
Aurora police are trying to identify an SUV driver who struck and killed a pedestrian early Monday morning before fleeing the scene.
City Delays Church Expansion Plan, Hopes Neighbors Reach Compromise | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 19, 2018
Aurora City Council voted 9 to 1 Monday night to delay plans to expand a church.
Flags Retired Outside Aurora City Hall In Memory Of Mayor Hogan | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 19, 2018
Police officers, firefighters and honor guard retired two flags outside Aurora City Hall on Friday morning in memory of Mayor Steve Hogan.
Intern Who Overcomes Challenges Surprised With Job Offer | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 18, 2018
In an effort to encourage young adults with disabilities to enter the workforce, those with University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora participated in “Project SEARCH.”
Preschoolers ‘Launch’ Ladybugs For Earth Day | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 18, 2018
Students in several south metro preschools celebrated Earth Day by releasing thousands of ladybugs Friday.
Latino Outreach Nonprofit Celebrates 10th Anniversary | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 17, 2018
Dr. Robin Waterman started the nonprofit to fill a need for Spanish and English speaking support in the community. Right now 100 percent of the people apart of this organization are Latino.
Pet Store Once Again At The Center Of Controversy After Puppy Dies | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 17, 2018
A pet store with a history of questionable sales is under fire again. The store sold a puppy and a few days later the dog died.
Public Invited To Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan’s Memorial Service | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 17, 2018
A community-wide memorial service will honor the late Mayor of Aurora Steve Hogan on Saturday.
Teacher Aims To Take Students To New Heights | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 17, 2018
One teacher is going above, really above, the job description of a teacher to take her students to new heights.
Aurora Cyclists Prep For Bike To Work Day | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 17, 2018
The City of Aurora held its first ever Bike to Work Prep Day to help cyclists know the resources available to them.
‘Stuck That Gun In My Face’ Victim Describes Robbery At Hotel Near DIA | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 17, 2018
Three men remain on the run after robbing guests staying at a hotel near Denver International Airport early Wednesday morning.
Couple Who Had Baby At Chipotle Met At The Restaurant | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 16, 2018
A couple said their child’s unexpected arrival at a Chipotle restaurant may have been destiny after all. The couple first met several years ago, when both starting working at a Chipotle.
Aurora changing how fees are calculated for new buildings | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 16, 2018
The city of Aurora will streamline how fees are calculated for new building construction projects starting June 13.
Burglary Suspect Dies At Hospital | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 16, 2018
Police officers responding to a burglary call early Saturday morning arrived to find the suspect already injured. 
Denver Ranked In Top 10 In Survey Of ‘Best Cities To Start A Career’ | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 16, 2018
Denver is in the Top 10 in a new list that analyzes the best cities for people to start their careers.
Denver’s largest charter network is up for a $250,000 national prize | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 16, 2018
For the second year in a row, Denver’s largest charter school network, DSST, is a finalist for a prestigious national prize worth $250,000.
Nebraska Agencies Relay Lifesaving Drug To Colorado Hospital | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 16, 2018
The Nebraska State Patrol and other agencies have successfully coordinated a delivery of potentially lifesaving medicine from Omaha to a children's hospital in Colorado.
Trump administration plan for oil and gas drilling stirs debate in pristine Colorado wilderness | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 15, 2018
Politicians and conservationists this week can see the stakes as the federal government pushes to open 18,000 acres to oil and gas development near the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. But low-income Huerfano County is in a quandary over a seeming choice between environmental protection ...
The Spot newsletter: A campaign video that will make your eyes sting, a Denver Trumpfest, big downtown development, a big airplane and much more | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 15, 2018
Welcome back to The Spot, where The Denver Post's politics team captures what's happening this week -- from the Colorado legislature to Denver city hall, with a stop through the halls of Congress in Washington, D.C.
Aurora’s Mayor Pro-Tem Issues Statement Following Hogan’s Passing | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 15, 2018
The late Mayor of Aurora, Steve Hogan, was honored on Monday with flags flown at half-staff across Colorado.
Hickenlooper Grieves Over Death Of Aurora Mayor | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 15, 2018
Coloradans are grieving the loss of Aurora’s mayor, who passed away following his battle with cancer.
34-year-old man arrested in January murder in Aurora | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 15, 2018
A 34-year-old man has been arrested for murder and two other people have been arrested for accessory to murder in the Jan. 3 shooting death of a man in Aurora.
Woman Microwaves Urine Sample; Cited After It Blows Up | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 15, 2018
A Colorado woman has been cited by police after a container of what appeared to be urine blew up as she was heating it up in a microwave at a 7-Eleven.
Aurora teachers could get a pay bump in the fall, with a chance for more in January | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 14, 2018
Aurora teachers will get a slight pay increase at the start of the next school year, with a possibility for an additional 3 percent raise in January, according to an agreement reached by district and union officials.
Innovative Project Launched To Help Hungry Coloradans | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 14, 2018
The idea of replacing books you give and take from a little free library is replaced with food for a small pantry.
Aurora driver sentenced to 12 years in prison for vehicular homicide DUI | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 14, 2018
An Aurora driver was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison for hitting and killing a pedestrian while driving under the influence of alcohol and fleeing the scene.
It’s a make-or-break moment for Mike Coffman and other Republicans who want to force an immigration vote | Denver Post
Denver Post | June 14, 2018
Colorado U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman said he and about two dozen like-minded Republican lawmakers have built enough support to force a vote in the U.S. House on a raft of immigration measures -- including proposals that would protect from deportation young immigrants who were brought illegally to the U.S...
‘Food That’s In When School Is Out’ Helps Feed Kids This Summer | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 14, 2018
Many schools in the Denver metro area are wrapping up their final days of class this week and that means that many children may not be eating enough because they're missing out on free or reduced school breakfast and lunch.
Aurora K9 Outfitted With New Protective Vest | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 14, 2018
A K9 officer with the Aurora Police Department is better protected now thanks to his new vest.
100+ Bicycles Donated To Students | CBS Local
CBS Local | June 14, 2018
More than 100 students at Boston K-8 in Aurora left school Thursday with a “new to them” bicycle.