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Westminster man pleads guilty to stabbing, bludgeoning mother
BRIGHTON, Colo. — A Westminster man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the bludgeoning death of his mother in 2017 and is facing nearly five decades in prison, the 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office said Thursday.
Caught On Video: 2 Women Robbed Marshalls, Denver Cops Say
DENVER, CO – Denver police released surveillance video shots from a University Hills neighborhood department store that was allegedly robbed last week by two women. A reward of $2,000 is being offered by Crime Stoppers for information leading to the identity and arrest of the robbers.
Northwest Chamber Alliance shares legislative concerns with leaders
Business leaders representing more than 2,800 businesses and 128,000 employees met with Gov. Jared Polis on Wednesday to share their perspective on business measures under consideration in the Colorado State Legislature, according to a news release from the Northwest Chamber Alliance.
Phil Collins Isn't Dead; He's Denver Bound!
Phil Collins, who has apparently been getting the question "Is that guy still alive?" a lot, has dubbed his most recent tour: "Phil Collins...Still Not Dead Yet, Live." Not only is he not dead, he's thriving. And today, March 21, he announced a limited U.S. run in 2019 that will head through Denver
Ex-COGCC chair pans loss of industry voice reform bill would bring
Oil and gas industry leaders are clashing with Boulder County lawmakers over whether reducing the number of members with professional backgrounds in extraction on the state's drilling oversight agency will bolster its protections of Coloradans' health, safety and natural environments.
Hundreds honor Colorado trooper killed during blizzard
LONGMONT, Colo. - Hundreds of people, including law enforcement officers from nearly 40 states, turned out Thursday to honor a Colorado State Patrol trooper struck and killed by a car during last week's blizzard.
1 dead, others seriously injured after 2-vehicle crash at Aurora intersection
AURORA, Colo. — One person is dead and others seriously injured following a two-vehicle crash in Aurora Wednesday night. The crash occurred around 7 p.m. on East Iliff Avenue at the intersection South Blackhawk Street, just east of Interstate 225.
Chemical contamination from 7 Colorado coal-fired power plants found during groundwater monitoring
When Platte River Power Authority checked the groundwater near its Rawhide power plant for coal-ash contamination last year, it found some. Levels of selenium, which can cause human hair loss and deformities in fish and wildlife, were higher than deemed safe by federal groundwater protection standar
Who Killed Kevin Garcia, Age 40? Denver Police Seek Information
DENVER, CO – It's been a year since 40-year old Kevin Garcia was shot and killed in his home at 633 Lipan Street and police are still hoping the public comes forward with information. A cash reward of $2,000 is offered for information leading to the arrest of a suspect in this case, police said.
Southern Colorado man arrested for 1994 case murder
PUEBLO COUNTY, Colo. (KKTV) - A man connected to a 1994 cold case murder in Texas was arrested in southern Colorado, the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office said. 73-year old Jesse Hogue, who had an address on Desert Cove Drive in Pueblo West, was arrested on a murder warrant out of Potter County, Texas.
Colorado Springs police arrest wanted fugitive out of Denver
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Colorado Springs police arrested a fugitive who was wanted out of Denver Wednesday night. Police received information from the Denver Fugitive Unit that a suspect wanted for multiple felony warrants was at an apartment complex in the 2700 block of Palmer Park Blvd.
Denver weather: Why is March the city’s snowiest month?
For most of the country, March is a windy month of transition from winter to spring. For Denver, March is a month of snowstorms and wild temperature swings. In fact, Denver’s snowiest month of the year, on average, is March. Denver averages 11.4 inches of snow during the third month of the year.
$1.3 million lottery ticket sold in Colorado Springs
Someone in Colorado Springs is $1.3 million richer. Colorado Lottery officials reported late Wednesday night that one lucky ticket matched all six numbers and that it was sold at the 7-Eleven on South Nevada Ave. If you're the lucky ticket holder, information on how to claim your winnings can be fou
Suspect in 2016 murder of woman in Aurora is shot dead in El Salvador
A man suspected in the shooting death of a 22-year-old woman in Aurora has been shot dead in El Salvador. Carlos Miguel Rivera-Juarez, 26, was shot dead on Dec. 7 in Usulutan, El Salvador, according to the Arapahoe County District Attorney’s Office.
Ten Things to Do in Denver for $10 and Under (Three Free)
Spring has finally arrived in Denver, and the city is blooming with activities, from music to film screenings and cultural festivities, all sure to delight. Don't fret about breaking the bank. Most of the events listed below cost around $10, and you can get into the rest — three of them — for free.
Hikers call 911 after capturing video of paraglider falling toward ground
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. – A paraglider fell from the sky near Golden Wednesday afternoon. The 45-year-old paragliding pilot survived the crash but was injured. Kent Kovack, who witnessed the terrifying moments, talked with FOX31 Wednesday evening. Kovack, his wife and daughter were hiking the Hogbac
70-year-old former county employee arrested on theft charge
DENVER (AP) — The Colorado Bureau of Investigation says a 70-year-old former Clear Creek County employee faces multiple felony charges after an investigation into the theft of more than $200,000 from a center that provides various social services.
Denver revokes homeowner’s short-term rental license for first time
For the first time, the City of Denver has revoked a homeowner’s short-term rental license. On Wednesday Ashley Kilroy, director of the city’s Department of Excise and Licenses, revoked the license given to Garth Yettick for his house at 410 N. Marion St.
Snap A Selfie, Win A Dog Cooling Vest: Boulder County Contest
BOULDER, CO -- Boulder County Parks & Open Space is enticing students and teachers in the community to welcome spring break by getting outside with a springtime selfie contest. Contest winners can choose between five prizes that include trekking poles, a monocular with a cell phone photo adapter, an
Golden retriever has guide dog puppy who is his best friend
MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Get ready to fall in love with pups Charlie and Maverick. Charlie, who is almost 11 years old, had glaucoma, which led to both of his eyes being removed. Now, Maverick, who is 4 months old, helps Charlie around.