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Bull rider Mason Lowe died of blunt force chest injuries at National Western Stock Show, coroner confirms
DENVER — Bull rider Mason Lowe died of blunt force trauma to the chest after he was stomped to death by a bull at the National Western Stock Show, the Denver coroner’s office confirmed on Thursday.
Boulder County Sheriff's Office makes arrest in Superior arson spree
The Boulder County Sheriff's Office has made an arrest in a series arsons last summer in Superior. A 15-year-old boy faces four counts of felony arson, one count of burglary, two counts of attempted arson and one count of felony attempted criminal trespassing, along with two misdemeanors, according
Broomfield man dies in South Dakota cell tower fall
RAPID CITY, S.D. — The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the death of a technician who fell from a cell tower in southwestern South Dakota. Pennington County sheriff’s officials say 23-year-old Andrew Psomas, of Broomfield, died Jan. 10 while working on a tower near Capu
Gov. Polis signs executive order supporting Colorado’s transition to zero emission vehicles
DENVER — Colorado’s new governor is taking several steps to promote the use of electric and zero-emission vehicles. Gov. Jared Polis said Thursday the steps are part of his efforts to combat climate change.
Details emerge about bull rider’s death at Colorado rodeo
BY Sam Tabachnik, Kieran Nicholson and Joe Nguyen; The Denver Post (TNS) Mason Lowe was one of the top bull riders in the country — a beloved, witty 25-year-old from rural Missouri at the peak of his powers.
Colorado's first 2019 case of measles reported in Denver
DENVER — An adult in Denver has a confirmed case of measles, making it the first confirmed case of the disease in Colorado for 2019, according to Denver Public Health. Denver Public Health said on Wednesday that they're notifying the public because the adult, who'd recently traveled overseas, was co
Majestic $2.499M Mansion In Broomfield With Pool
BROOMFIELD, CO – For Sale In Broomfield: $2,499,000 gets you this 9,006 sq. ft., six-bedroom, eight-bath sprawling mansion with a custom salt-water pool. The house features a sleek, contemporary luxury kitchen with double dishwashers, double ovens and warming drawers. The home's main floor master re
Masa Makes Two for Kevin Taylor at Broomfield's Arista Development
It has been a year and a half since chef/restaurateur Kevin Taylor opened Hickory & Ash at 8001 Arista Place, adjacent to the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield. Since then, he has also debuted Italian eatery Mila in downtown Denver, but now he's returning to Broomfield. Masa, a Mexican restaurant with bo
Federal shutdown affects local residents
Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP): Colorado has received a portion of its FFY (Federal Fiscal Year) 2018· 19 federal Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) appropriation. The department estimates that funds currently available will operate programs and provide CCAP benefits until spring
Heavy Snow For Mountains, Chance Here In Denver
Heavy snow is already hitting Colorado’s high country and Western Slope, all thanks to an area of low pressure off to our west and a cold front that will come through on Friday.
Louisville Recreation and Senior Center to hold grand opening Jan. 26
LOUISVILLE — The Louisville Recreation and Senior Center at 900 West Via Appia Way will hold a grand opening and ribbon cutting event Jan. 26. Entry will be free all day. In addition to the ribbon-cutting ceremonies, the grand opening will feature class demonstrations, a gift giveaway, crafts, and o
Search for Missing Colorado Mom Expands to Landfill After Her Fiancé Is Charged with Murder
The search for missing Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth, who is presumed dead, continues — and investigators are looking at a landfill for answers. “The Colorado Bureau of Investigations contacted Waste Management of Colorado regarding a potential search at Midway Landfill and we are cooperating fully,”
Man quickly re-arrested after fleeing Boulder County jail on bicycle
An inmate at Boulder County Jail fled on a bicycle Tuesday afternoon, but was quickly located by Boulder police and Boulder County sheriff’s deputies and placed back in jail.
Polis pitches kindergartners on full-day kindergarten
BROOMFIELD, Colo. — Before pitching lawmakers on his free full-day kindergarten payment proposal, Gov. Jared Polis (D-Colorado) took his plan straight to kindergartners. "I'm the governor of Colorado. Hi everybody! Oh my gosh, you look so surprised. I came to visit you," Polis said as he walked into
MAP: Tracking Colorado police shootings in 2019
DENVER – In order to provide information to the public and to track law enforcement actions, Denver7 News is tracking all police shootings in Colorado in 2019 in which an officer or deputy shoots and strikes a person or is shot in the line of duty.
PLAN-Boulder County to host training session for boards, commissions
PLAN-Boulder County is offering a free training session for residents interested in applying for boards and commissions with the city of Boulder. A news release states that the session will be from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Jan. 24 at 645 Manhattan Place in the condominium clubhouse meeting room.
Man sought in connection to at least 6 armed robberies where women were violently attacked
AURORA, Colo. — Police are looking to identify a man wanted in connection to at least six armed robberies of women as they left their vehicles, the Aurora Police Department said on Thursday.
Shannon Feran Signs NLI with In-state Colorado Mesa
Legacy High School senior Shannon Feran will remain in-state to swim for Colorado Mesa University in 2019-20. Current photo via Jamie Feran. Shannon Feran from Broomfield, Colorado signed a National Letter of Intent to swim for Colorado Mesa University in the fall of 2019. She will join Alexa Warner
Coroner rules October Colorado skydiving death an accident
LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) An investigation has determined that the death of a 23-year-old skydiver last October in Colorado was an accident. The Boulder County Coroner's Office autopsy report says Logan Polfuss was not using the proper equipment, didn't have his equipment up to standards and did not ha
Greenberg joins Colorado Department of Agriculture as commissioner of agriculture
BROOMFIELD, Colo. – Kate Greenberg was appointed the Colorado commissioner of agriculture by Gov. Jared Polis in December 2018. As commissioner, Greenberg will lead the department's daily operations, direct its 300 employees, and oversee the agency's eight divisions: Animal Health, Brand Inspection,