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Lockouts lifted at most Jefferson County schools after unfounded bomb threat made to Columbine High
An anonymous caller claiming bombs had been planted inside Columbine High School on Thursday morning led to a huge police response and a decision to place more than 20 schools in the Jefferson County area on “lockout” status.
Colorado crime ring involving stolen luxury vehicles, marijuana is busted
A request to install a hidden compartment in a 2018 Dodge Charger, worth an estimated $43,875, raised a red flag with a Littleton businessman. Further scrutiny of the odd request snowballed, exposing an organized ring that dealt in stolen luxury vehicles and had ties to black market marijuana that w
Person shot in Denver’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, taken to local hospital
A person was shot in Denver’s Lincoln Park neighborhood on Wednesday night, police said. The shooting happened at about 7 p.m. at West 11th Avenue and Osage Street. The victim was taken to a local hospital. Police have closed 11th Avenue between Osage and Mariposa streets as part of the ongoing inve
FBI, law enforcement investigating slew of bomb threats throughout Colorado, U.S.
DENVER — Law enforcement throughout Colorado are investigating a litany of bomb threats made against businesses, utilities, organizations and schools Thursday. The majority of bomb threats have come in via email, but some cities and places have received bomb threats over the phone.
Denver Broncos play Cleveland Browns Saturday night on FOX31
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph says quarterback Case Keenum isn’t taking enough chances downfield because he’s so concerned about avoiding interceptions. Joseph says that needs to change if the Broncos are to have any chance of winning their next three games and sneaking into t
Naked driver crashes into Arapahoe County apartment building, injuring himself and a resident
A naked man drove his car into an Arapahoe County apartment complex early Wednesday morning, injuring himself and a woman inside the building. The car crashed about 2:28 a.m. into two garden level units in the Country Club Villas apartments at 8828 E. Florida Avenue, just outside the southeast borde
Littleton Public School District Makes AP Honor Roll List
For the first time, the Littleton Public School district was named to the annual AP District Honor Roll, which recognizes schools that increase access and performance related to Advanced Placement programs. More than 370 school districts across the country and in Canada were recognized on the 9th an
60 kids on Medicaid no longer getting therapy due to billing dispute
LITTLETON, Colo. — A Littleton pediatric clinic that provides occupational and speech therapy to kids has stopped accepting Medicaid patients. Randy Stewart, the CEO of Blue Horizon Therapy, told the Problem Solvers the state’s new billing system has been a nightmare to navigate.
Three weeks later, Windemere fire victims struggling to find new places to live
LITTLETON, Colo.-- Contact7 is continuing to fight for help for seniors in a south metro community who were left homeless after a fire at an apartment building. It's been more than three weeks since the fire and on Tuesday, people finally got a look inside their damaged homes. Many said time is runn
Broncos QB Case Keenum Agrees To Take More Chances
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Case Keenum agrees he’s gone from being too careless with the football to being too cautious. Denver’s quarterback said Tuesday he concurs with head coach Vance Joseph that he needs to take more downfield chances if the Broncos (6-7) are to have any chance of reaching the pla
Centennial resident files 3 campaign practice complaints
A Centennial resident has filed three Fair Campaign Practices Act complaints with the Centennial city clerk, alleging violations of that act, related to the issue of more car dealers on East Arapahoe Road. The resident making the complaint states that he believes opposition to new dealerships is an
Englewood police looking to locate missing senior
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - The Englewood Police Department needs the public's help locating a missing senior. Donal Scharf, 61, was last seen around 4 p.m. Tuesday near 3636 S Pearl Street in Englewood, Colorado. Police say he suffers from mental issues and needs medication.
Broncos Mailbag: Why won’t they fire Vance Joseph? (Version 4.0)
Denver Post Broncos writer Ryan O’Halloran posts his Broncos Mailbag weekly during the season. You can pose a Broncos- or NFL-related question for the Broncos Mailbag here. Follow Ryan for more daily updates on Twitter.
School district focuses on mental health 5 years after fatal shooting, recent suicides
ARAPAHOE COUNTY — This week marks five years since a student was shot and killed at Arapahoe High School. In 2013, senior Claire Davis was shot and killed by another classmate, who then took his own life.
2 Denver schools on lockout as police investigate suspicious packages
Two schools are on lockout Wednesday morning as officers with the Denver Police Department investigate reports of suspicious packages nearby. Police said a suspicious package was left in the 4500 block of North Crown Boulevard, resulting in McGlone Academy being placed on lockout.
Man Hit And Killed By Truck On I-25
LARKSPUR, Colo. (AP) – A man is dead after being hit by a truck on Interstate 25 in Douglas County. He was hit at about 4:15 a.m. Monday near Larkspur, about 39 miles south of Denver, after reportedly running out onto the highway.
New rules for scooters advancing in Denver City Council
DENVER -- A Denver City Council committee advanced a proposal to change scooter rules and regulations Tuesday. As of now, the scooters are supposed to be used on sidewalks, but that has frustrated riders and pedestrians while creating concerns about speed and safety.
School Principal Given Freedom In Her Home After Tragic Accident
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – What may seem like a small room to some is a big deal for Allyson Mallory. “It’s a game changer,” she said of her newly remodeled garage. Allyson loves to entertain family and friends at her Englewood home, but that passion became difficult after a snowboarding accident in
Arapahoe County Coroner expected to identify man suspected of killing himself days after El Paso County kidnapping, sexual assault
AURORA | The Arapahoe County Coroner’s Office is expected to soon identify a man who reportedly killed himself in Aurora Friday night after kidnapping and sexually assaulting a woman in Falcon earlier in the week.
$25,000 reward sought for suspect in armed robbery at Aurora post office
The U.S. Postal Inspectors are looking for a man who they said robbed an Aurora post office last month, and are now offering a $25,000 reward for information that leads to his arrest.