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Symbia Logistics in Aurora offers alternative for retailers who don’t fit the Amazon box | Denver Post
Denver Post | February 23, 2019
Amazon has built a massive distribution network and recruited a network of delivery companies from scratch as it tries to further its advantage as the nation's largest online retailer.
T.J. Cunningham, killed in dispute over parking spot, had “smile that could take over a room” | Denver Post
Denver Post | February 22, 2019
Former University of Colorado Buffaloes teammates and coaches and Hinkley High School students and faculty mourned the sudden death of an irreplaceable community member, a man who lit up every room he entered with smile as wide as his impact.
Police seek charges against driver of RTD R-Line train that derailed, injuring 9 | Denver Post
Denver Post | February 22, 2019
Aurora police have recommended nine charges against the operator of an RTD R-Line train that derailed in a snowstorm Jan. 28, resulting in the ejection and serious injury of a passenger.
Human Bones Found At Aurora Housing Construction Site Could Be 1,000 Years Old | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 22, 2019
Police are investigating after construction crews building a housing development in Aurora have discovered what they believe are human remains at the site
Passenger Ejected From R Line When Train Derails | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 21, 2019
A passenger on the R Line was ejected when the train derailed in Aurora on Monday afternoon.
Police Nab Suspected Post Office Robber | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 21, 2019
Law enforcement took a man into custody Thursday afternoon believed to be involved in the "violent" armed robbery of an Aurora post office late last year. 
The number of “rich” renters in metro Denver is surging | Denver Post
Denver Post | February 21, 2019
A common misperception of renters is that they rent because they don't have any other option. Given enough time and a high enough income, they will eventually buy a home or condo. But in metro Denver, it appears that isn't the case for a growing number of people.
‘Brent’s Place’ Expands To Help More Families With Sick Children | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 21, 2019
Brent’s Place is adding 14 more apartments across the street from the Children’s Hospital of Colorado in Aurora.
Military Couple Believe They Were Targeted In Home Burglary | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 21, 2019
The military veterans who live in the house think their service to our country may have made them a target.
Colorado K-9 Trainer With Questionable Credentials Opens New Shop | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 20, 2019
"Military Owned and Operated" is the claim from a K-9 trainer in Parker, but CBS4 took a deeper look and his history as Marine Corps veteran did not pan out.
Broncos Coach Vic Fangio Surprises Colorado First Responders With Breakfast | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 20, 2019
Broncos head coach Vic Fangio made a surprise visit to a fire station in Aurora on Wednesday morning.
Jason Crow denied entry in surprise visit to Aurora’s ICE detention site amid another rash of illnesses | Denver Post
Denver Post | February 20, 2019
U.S. Rep. Jason Crow, D-Aurora, CO, arrived unannounced at Aurora's ICE detention facility to call attention to health conditions inside building.
Rep. Jason Crow Concerned About Chicken Pox Outbreak, ICE Facility Capacity Increase | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 20, 2019
Reports of chicken pox outbreaks and an increase in the number of detainees at the ICE facility in Aurora are concerning to Rep. Jason Crow.
Aurora Public Schools to close charter school over concerns it doesn’t meet educational requirements of special needs students | Denver Post
Denver Post | February 20, 2019
Aurora's school board this week voted to shut down one of its charter schools after just two years in operation, alleging the public school breached its contract by failing to properly meet the educational requirements of its special needs students.
Australian Man Thanks Care Team In Aurora 1 Year After Surviving Cardiac Arrest | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 20, 2019
“I have no memory of that day at all. I have no memory of even coming to the U.S. at all that holiday,” said Russell Flack one year after surviving a heart attack at Beaver Creek.
Police: Missing Girl Found, Reunited With Family | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 20, 2019
A girl Aurora police said disappeared has been found and returned safely to her family.
Marcus Johnson Appears In Court, Accused In Murder Of T.J. Cunningham Over Parking Space | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 19, 2019
Marcus Johnson, the man accused of shooting and killing T.J. "Anthony" Cunningham, a former CU Buffaloes player and an administrator in the Aurora Public Schools system, appeared in court Tuesday morning.
Mother’s Instinct Saves Entire Family From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 19, 2019
A mother in Aurora is being hailed a hero after her quick thinking saved her entire family from carbon monoxide poisoning on New Year's Day. 
Pets Are Family, Too When It Comes To Helping Furloughed Government Workers | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 19, 2019
Colorado Pet Pantry is teaming up with Jewish Family Services to help furloughed government workers feed their their pets as well as their families.
Former RTD Driver Charged With Train Derailment Now Faces Charges | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 19, 2019
Aurora police announced it filed nine charges against an RTD driver accused of causing the R Line train to derail.
Battling ‘Nature Deficit Disorder’: Colorado Nonprofit Gets Urban Students Outdoors | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 18, 2019
In an effort to expose inner-city students to Colorado’s nature, Environmental Learning for Kids made it their mission to take students out on field trips around the state.
Girl Scouts Shine Lights Of Hope Into Rooms Of Children Fighting Cancer | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 18, 2019
Girl Scouts joined friends and family in Aurora Saturday night to shine lights of hope into the rooms of kids with cancer.
Small Gas Leak Leads To A Line Train Service Disruption | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 18, 2019
Hazmat crews in Aurora responded to a traffic accident that affected traffic and caused a service disruption on RTD's A Line.
Seniors ‘Liven Up Lives’ Of Students (And Vice Versa) At Memory Care Facility | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 18, 2019
Some high school students found out the people living at Chelsea Place Memory Care Facility are anything but quiet.
Aurora School Celebrates District’s First 100 Percent Graduation Rate | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 18, 2019
Aurora West College Prep Academy is the first school in Aurora Public Schools to have a four year graduation rate of 100 percent.
Assault, Battery Charges Filed Against Former Broncos Linebacker | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 18, 2019
Former Broncos linebacker Andra Davis is accused of assault and battery against a member of the Regis Jesuit High School staff after a game at the high school on December 12.
Colorado Native Tia Fuller, Fierce Woman In Jazz, Takes Shot At 1st Grammy | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 18, 2019
Saxophonist Tia Fuller's inclusion in the Grammy Awards' best jazz instrumental album category is a historic moment for women.
T.J. Cunningham, Former CU Buffaloes Player, Dies After Parking Dispute Shooting | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 18, 2019
T.J. "Anthony" Cunningham, a former CU Buffaloes player and an administrator in the Aurora Public Schools system, has died after police say he was shot by his neighbor.
Aurora Police & Preferential Treatment: Drunk Driver Driven Home After Claiming To Know Chief | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 18, 2019
A CBS4 Investigation has found an Aurora police officer pulled over a drunk woman, but after she indicated she was friends with the police chief the officer turned off his body camera and gave the woman a ride home.
‘I’m Able To Give Back’: Fresh Fades Haircuts Help Those In Need | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 18, 2019
A Colorado barber is giving free haircuts to the homeless. It's a regular event for those in need.
Aurora police detain fugitive in Pheasant Run neighborhood | Denver Post
Denver Post | February 17, 2019
A large number of Aurora police officers are chasing a fugitive near the intersection of East Radcliff Place and South Eagle Circle, the department said in a tweet.
A Line Train: Truckers Claim Crossing In Aurora Is Dangerous | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 17, 2019
Truck drivers carrying hazardous materials are asking that changes be made to an intersection in Aurora.
4 Smoky Hill High School Administrators Placed On Leave | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 17, 2019
Parents of students at Smoky Hill High School were told of four administrators being placed on leave because of an supposed incident involving a student with a gun. 
Human Remains Confirmed As Those Of A Missing Woman In Aurora | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 17, 2019
Human remains found in Aguilar, a small town northwest of Trinidad, have been identified as a woman reported missing in Aurora in December.
Neighbors’ Dispute Over Parking Spot Ends In Shooting Near School In Aurora | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 17, 2019
An ongoing dispute between two neighbors over a parking spot led to a shooting at the athletic fields behind Eaglecrest High School, according to police.
‘Night To Shine’ Prom Focuses On Love And Acceptance… Oh, And Fun! | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 17, 2019
It's called a "Night To Shine," a fun-filled prom for those with special needs. The event is sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation.
Just Minutes Of Physical Activity Count Towards Better Health | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 17, 2019
One of the top New Year's resolutions is to exercise more, but plenty of people complain there is not enough time. Now, you might not be able to use that excuse.
Shooting On Eaglecrest High School Campus Sends 1 To Hospital | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 17, 2019
One person was rushed to the hospital from the athletic fields behind Eaglecrest High School following a shooting. Another person is in police custody.
Aurora Police Shoot, Kill Man Wearing Body Armor | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 16, 2019
Police in Aurora are investigating what led up to a deadly shooting overnight that left two men dead.
Woman Dies After Crashing Head-On With RTD Bus | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 16, 2019
Aurora police say a woman died after she crashed into an RTD bus Sunday morning.
Missing Woman Kyo Miller’s Disappearance Considered Suspicious | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 16, 2019
A woman who can't walk or leave her bed somehow disappeared from her home in Aurora. Kyo Miller is 87 years old and was reported missing by her friends in December 2018.
‘I Didn’t Feel Anything’: Theater Shooter’s Video Interviews With Psychiatrist Released | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 16, 2019
Prosecutors have released hours of video showing Colorado theater shooter James Holmes' interviews with a psychiatrist about the 2012 massacre in Aurora.
Grandmother Remembers Horrific Family Murders 35 Years Later | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 16, 2019
Jan. 16, 2019 marks 35 years since one of Colorado's most horrific multiple murders.
Friends, Family Of Murder Victim Kelly Acosta Waiting For Justice 2 Years Later | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 16, 2019
Friends and family of Kelly Acosta are still waiting for justice nearly two years after he was shot and killed while acting as a Good Samaritan.
Water Main Break Disrupts Major Intersection In Aurora During Friday Commute | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 16, 2019
A water main break has disrupted traffic in the area of Parker Road and Iliff Avenue in Aurora.
Burn Survivors Teach Nursing Students About Injuries, Healing Process | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 16, 2019
Burn survivors shared their stories with nursing students in an attempt to help them better treat patients with these types of injuries.
Car Vs. Light Rail Collision Investigated By RTD | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 16, 2019
Light rail service was delayed on Thursday afternoon when a vehicle collided with a train.
Calling All ‘Cuddlers’ To Volunteer | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 16, 2019
Wanted: baby cuddlers. At UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital, volunteers can sign up to comfort tiny babies who are in the NICU.
I-70 Fully Reopened After Hours Of Whipping Wind & Snow | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 15, 2019
A large part of Interstate 70 reopened fully on Tuesday afternoon after being closed for hours because of a winter storm that caused dangerous driving conditions.
Relentless Wind Kept A Large Stretch Of I-70 Closed | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 15, 2019
The winter storm responsible for blizzard conditions on Colorado's Eastern Plains and Palmer Divide is gradually moving east. Interstate 70 remain closed between Aurora and Limon.
Construction Workers Rescue Trapped Deer In Aurora | CBS Local
CBS Local | February 15, 2019
Construction workers in Aurora saved a deer from the bottom of a 10 foot-deep manhole.
Denver-area residents house hop faster than most of the U.S. | Denver Post
Denver Post | February 15, 2019
Homeowners in metro Denver appear to be a fidgety bunch, more so than residents of other areas. Out of the 50 largest metros, they stayed put in their homes the fifth shortest amount of time on average, according to a new study from LendingTree.
More people are dying on Denver’s roads as cops write far fewer traffic tickets | Denver Post
Denver Post | February 15, 2019
Drivers who flout speed limits, blow through red lights, fail to obey stop signs or otherwise drive carelessly in Denver are much less likely to get pulled over by a police officer than they were a decade ago.