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Refugee Nonprofit Pleads For Van To Be Returned | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
An Aurora nonprofit is hoping a stolen van along with a rock thrown through a window is not a precursor for more problems to come.
Superheroes Deliver Excitement To Children’s Hospital Patients | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
Some superheroes came together Tuesday to help brighten the day of children staying at Children's Hospital Colorado in Aurora.
Nonprofit Prepares For Annual ‘Fill The Mayflower’ To Help Military Families | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
The holiday season is quickly approaching, and many are thinking about ways to give back.
Missing Aurora Girl Found Safe More Than 2 Miles From Home | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
The missing girl in Aurora was found safe more than two miles away from her home.
Pet Iguana Rescued From Homeowner’s Tree | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
When an animal is rescued from a tree, it's usually a cat. That wasn't the case in Aurora on Friday.
Pillow Company Hopes To Better Your Sleep, Community | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
A Colorado company and an Aurora non-profit are coming together, helping people sleep a little lighter by employing some of the vulnerable from its community.
Punkin Chunkin Has Gourd Launching Down To A Science | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
magine an event where pumpkins are launched into the air and travel nearly a mile at 400 mph.
Police Questioning ‘Person Of Interest’ In Attempted Kidnapping | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
Aurora police are questioning a person of interest in an attempted kidnapping -- and looking for anyone who may have seen it happen.
Don’t Miss Together 4 Weather | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
Join CBS4 and the City of Aurora for a free weather seminar focused on Colorado’s 2018-19 winter outlook.
Community Comes Together To Help Clean Up Colfax | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
Aurora police teamed up with the community for a massive clean up on Colfax Avenue on Saturday.
Community Helps Aurora Survivor Find Hope, Healing & Motivation | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
Aurora theater shooting survivor Joshua Nowlan had to learn to live with chronic pain. He's now fitted with a prosthetic leg and has big goals.
Family Rushes To Hospital After Missing Aurora Girl Found Safe | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 20, 2018
It was 10 a.m. Monday when Daniela Ruano-Morales' family says the girl left her home. Daniela, 10, was believed to have left on her own, but gave no indication where she was going.
New Rec Center Set To Open Thanks In Part To Marijuana | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 19, 2018
It’s been decades since Aurora had a new recreation center, but now the city could have two brand new facilities funded from recreational marijuana tax money.
Operation Warm Gives Every Student At Peoria Elementary A New Coat | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 19, 2018
Peoria Elementary is the first of 15 stops Operation Warm and FedEx will make in the Denver area.
Fans ‘Went Wild’ When Colorado Native Phillip Lindsay Made Broncos History | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 19, 2018
Colorado native Phillip Lindsay became the first undrafted player in Denver Broncos history to score a receiving touchdown in the season opener.
Federal Agents Raid Homes, Bust Several Large Illegal Marijuana Grows | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 19, 2018
The DEA raided homes suspected of illegal marijuana grow operations around Denver as the agency reports more cases of black market weed.
String of smash and grab burglaries continue in Denver suburbs | Denver Post
Denver Post | October 18, 2018
A string of smash and grab break-ins has continued as more Denver-area stores were broken into this week.
Stanley Arts Festival Attracts Artists & Families | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 18, 2018
The Stanley Arts Festival is happening this weekend at the Stanley Marketplace on the border of Aurora and Stapleton.
Suspicious Device That Shut Down I-225 Not A Bomb | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 18, 2018
Interstate 225 was reopened late Tuesday night after a suspicious device forced its closure between 6th and 17th Avenues.
Children Battling Cancer Welcomed To Robotics Camp | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 18, 2018
Amazon hosted children battling cancer at its fulfillment center in Aurora on Monday.
Mother Of 12 Who Survived Head-On Crash Thanks Doctors, God | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 18, 2018
A mother of 12 doesn't remember the crash after a driver with a bullet wound struck the family's car head on but her recovery is memorable -- less than 1 percent survive the type of injury she suffered in the collision.
“The world is watching”: RTD’s reputation under fire as lawsuits fly, G-Line delay continues | Denver Post
Denver Post | October 18, 2018
Seven hundred twenty-two days after the G-Line to Arvada and Wheat Ridge was supposed to launch, trains run the 11 miles to and from Denver's western suburbs in test mode without a single paying passenger on board. The G-Line, ensnared in technical and regulatory delays for nearly two years, is now...
Aurora man suspected of raping two teen girls approached them as they left school, court documents show | Denver Post
Denver Post | October 18, 2018
A man suspected of raping two girls approached them as they left their Aurora high school and convinced them to get into his car, his arrest affidavit states.
Opposition group forms to challenge metro Denver property tax hike | Denver Post
Denver Post | October 18, 2018
A former Broomfield City Council candidate has formed an opposition group to challenge a property tax increase sought from metro-area voters by the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District.
Reality Check: Jason Crow Pro-Gun Attack Ad | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 18, 2018
CBS4 Political Specialist Shaun Boyd gives the latest attack ad against Rep. Mike Coffman's opponent Jason Crow a Reality Check.
Serial Rape Suspect In Custody On $1 Million After Assault Allegations | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 18, 2018
Court documents are spelling out an even more dangerous scenario of a serial rapist praying on teens around Aurora with several incidents happening in the middle of the afternoon.
Possible Pipe Threat Forces I-225 Closure | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 18, 2018
Aurora police closed Interstate 225 between 6th and Colfax Avenues Tuesday night for a possible pipe bomb.
State Representative Asked To Resign Amid Domestic Violence Controversy | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 18, 2018
 Some are calling for a Democratic leader in the State House of Representatives to resign.
Power Restored To 27,000+ After Major Outage | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 17, 2018
Thousands of people woke up Wednesday morning with the power restored after it was out for several hours Tuesday night.
Animal services staff euthanize Bubba, the dog an Aurora couple used for sex acts | Denver Post
Denver Post | October 17, 2018
Animal services staff on Tuesday afternoon euthanized Bubba, the dog that an Aurora couple used for sex acts, a city spokesman said.
Man Sentenced For Having Sex With Dog; Dog Likely To Be Euthanized | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 17, 2018
An Aurora man was sentenced to six months in jail with work release and two years of probation after he pleaded guilty to animal cruelty.
Expedited DNA Testing Helps Identify Suspect In Two Aurora Rape Cases | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 17, 2018
Aurora police hope more possible victims of an accused rapist come forward. Police arrested 24-year-old Ble Ghislain Kore on Tuesday.
Warning Sent Out After Girl Walking Home From School Is Approached | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 17, 2018
Aurora police are looking for the driver of a minivan who reportedly approached a girl walking home.
Group Of Purple Heart Recipients Is Reaching Out To Others | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 16, 2018
Together they serve meals, visit schools, award scholarships and recognize their fellow service members through a variety of different events.
Soup Kitchen Will Stay Open Thanks To Anonymous Donor | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 16, 2018
A place for less fortunate will stay open in Aurora thanks to an anonymous donor. The Friends of St. Andrew soup kitchen, run by Queen of Peace Catholic Church, was in danger of closing.
Colorado Supreme Court justices face standoff over how much state regulators of the fossil fuels industry must protect people and the environment | Denver Post
Denver Post | October 16, 2018
Colorado communities and pro-oil and gas industry groups are clashing in a Supreme Court case that could change the way the state handles decisions on allowing increased fossil fuels production near people.
Anschutz Foundation Makes Biggest Gift Ever To Medical Campus | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 16, 2018
The University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus has received the largest private philanthropic commitment in its history, a $120 million gift.
SUV Crashes Into Aurora Home | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 15, 2018
Aurora police responded to a home near Sable Boulevard and Iliff Avenue Sunday morning after a vehicle drove into the building.
Cancer Survivor Turned Nursing Student Has Former Nurse For Teacher | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 15, 2018
Standing bedside next to her instructor, Olivia Current could be just another University of Colorado nursing student, but she is not.
Girl Scouts Design, Sew Capes For Children’s Hospital Patients | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 15, 2018
Three Girl Scouts in Aurora are working to make hospital stays a little less scary for children.
Voters To Decide Future Of Red Light Cameras In Aurora | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 15, 2018
Voters in Aurora will get to decide whether to keep red light cameras at intersections.
Registered sex offender arrested in connection to Aurora attempted child abduction has been identified | Denver Post
Denver Post | October 15, 2018
A suspect who allegedly tried to abduct an 11-year-old girl who fought back and bit him has been identified as a 32-year-old man.
Punkin Chunkers & Spectators Brave Wind & Cold In Name Of Tradition | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 14, 2018
Saturday in Aurora was time for some pumpkins to blast off in the annual Punkin Chunkin Colorado tradition.
Vandals Use Tractor In ATM Theft Attempt | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 14, 2018
Aurora police are investigating a bizarre attempt to steal an ATM from a Wells Fargo.
New Retail Store Helps Donate $10,000 To Aurora Elementary School | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 13, 2018
Teachers and students at Red Hawk Ridge Elementary School in Aurora received a surprise thanks to Burlington Stores.
Woman Contracts Cornea-Eating Parasite After Swimming Wearing Contacts | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 13, 2018
An educator and mother of four learned a painful lesson about swimming with contact lenses. A microscopic organism caused a rare infection that blinded her in one eye.
Aurora Woman Battles Extremely Rare Brain Cancer | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 13, 2018
Doctors are caring for an Aurora woman with an extremely rare form of brain cancer. Sherry Johle’s disease is so rare that only 28 people in the world are reported to have the diagnosis.
Lime Bikes Pulled Of Aurora Streets | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 13, 2018
Lime bikes won't be in Aurora anymore. The company pulled its bikes off the streets last week after its pilot program with the city came to an end.
1 Dead After Shooting, Police Search For Gunman | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 13, 2018
Police in Aurora are searching for the person who shot several people on Sunday afternoon, killing one.
Family, Friends Remember Vietnam Veteran Killed By Aurora Police | CBS Local
CBS Local | October 13, 2018
A Vietnam veteran was laid to rest on Saturday after he was shot and killed by an Aurora police officer.