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The most inexpensive apartment rentals on the market in Brighton, Boston
Apartment hunting on a budget can be frustrating. So what does the low-end pricing on a rental in Brighton look like these days — and what might you get for the price?. Per Walk Score ratings, the neighborhood is quite walkable, is very bikeable and boasts excellent transit options. It also features
Spaceport In Adams County Becoming More Of A Reality
ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Colorado Air and Space Port announced Tuesday it has partnered with PD Aerospace of Japan to explore possible development and expansion including eventual space travel. A letter of intent was signed by both parties.
UFO Sighting In Colorado Is '100% Real,' So-Called Expert Claims [WATCH]
A reported UFO sighting filmed by a family in Thornton, Colorado is “100 percent real” and exposes extraterrestrial activities, according to a self-proclaimed expert. A possible unidentified flying object (UFO) was caught on film by a family in Thornton, Colorado on April 13. The UFO sighting was sh
Spaceport Gets Closer to Launching Tourists From Adams County
An agreement between Adams County's Colorado Air and Space Port and Japanese-based PD AeroSpace brings the possibility of space tourism from Colorado a step closer to reality. Under the agreement, the two companies will work together to explore the possibilities of the development and expansion of P
Man tries to escape police, jumps from Colorado Springs apartment
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Officers were called to an apartment near the Stratton Meadows area late Tuesday night in regards to the location of a wanted felon. When officers arrived in the 800 block of Tenderfoot Hills Rd, they attempted to contact the suspect, 26-year-old Jaime Leonardo Cardona.
Denver weather: Thunderstorms and rain in the city, snow possible in near future
Warm southwesterly breezes will help to raise temperatures up to 72 degrees Wednesday in Denver before a few isolated thunderstorms and rain showers in the evening, forecasters say.
Parole documents show alleged attacker had several run-ins with the law just hours before reportedly assaulting Colorado Springs woman
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Less than 24 hours before a man allegedly attacked a woman in Colorado Springs, records show he had three run-ins with law enforcement but was not arrested. 11 News is learning new details on the case against Clarence Pate from documents we obtained from the Departme
14-year-old collects fire hoses to make hammocks for tigers and bears
BRIGHTON, Colo. — The garage in the Crawford home has fire hoses piled up to the height of 14-year-old Payton Crawford. He's about 4 feet 11 inches. "They are not light," Payton said, pointing to the hoses.
Colorado House gives preliminary approval to bill that would tighten child-vaccination requirements
DENVER -- A bill making tightening the standards for parents who choose not to vaccinate their children was given preliminary approval in the House after several hours of debate early Wednesday.
Private Events Up, Citations Down on 4/20
Public pot consumption is still illegal in Colorado, but thousands of cannabis users don't seem to care about that when April 20 rolls around. The result is usually dozens of 4/20 citations, especially at Civic Center Park, where a rally or festival has been held on that date for well over a decade.
SCAM ALERT: Colorado Springs residents receive threatening calls
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - 11 News is always reminding the public, never give out your personal information over the phone. On Tuesday, multiple viewers reached out about receiving a call from the same number with a person threatening jail time.
Breakfast Boss Expands Its Empire to Colorado Springs
Denver breakfast kingpins Snooze expands its empire to Colorado Springs on April 24 with a roster of breakfast and brunch favorites. The 10th Colorado location finally gave fans in Colorado Springs an excuse to dine on staples such as pineapple upside down pancakes, the chile verde Benny, and Juan’s
Donna F. Brown Waited Decades for Her ’70s Band, Medusa, to Finally Make It
One day in February 2012, Donna F. Brown was sitting at her desk at home in Broomfield, going through paperwork for her job handling long-term-care insurance assessments, when the phone rang. On the other end was Rob Sevier, co-founder of Chicago-based archival record label Numero Group. Confused, D
Confrontation With Assault Rifle Leads To Murder Charge: Report
DENVER, CO — A Denver man is behind bars on a first-degree murder charge, accused by police of using an assault rifle to shoot and kill a man last week who was trying to break into his car, according to media reports. The Denver Police Department says Brice Fitch, 24, fired several shots from an AR-
Colorado Springs K-9 Officer Ozzie helps arrest wanted suspect
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - The Colorado Springs Police Department was able to arrest a wanted man early Wednesday morning with help from K-9 Officer Ozzie. The police department said officers got a call around 11 p.m. Tuesday that a wanted person was at an apartment in the 800 block of Tenderf
Sentencing for terrorist arrested in Colorado postponed again
COLORADO, USA — It's been almost a decade since the FBI arrested a man in Aurora for plotting a terror attack. Now, it will be even longer until he finally learns how long he'll be in prison.
Colorado Springs economy forecast to coast through 2019; what comes after that?
The Colorado Springs economy is expected to coast through 2019 toward a likely mild recession in mid-2020, two economists said Tuesday during a local economic forecast breakfast.
Parents Tell Lawmakers Colorado Ski Lift Operators Lack Accountability
Parents concerned about ski lift safety have been testifying at the Capitol in recent weeks. They're joined by lawyers in recommending that operator attention can be a factor in injuries, especially among small children.
Denver Hospital Takes New Approach To Opioid Addiction Help: 'Treatment On Demand'
More than 100 people in Denver died of an opioid overdose last year. Now, people struggling with addiction who go to the emergency room are getting help in a new way to try to keep them alive and get them on the fast track to treatment. John Daley (@CODaleyNews) from Colorado Public Radio explains.
Why Styrofoam — amid all of Colorado’s recycling struggles — is being targeted by lawmakers
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