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Heroin Resulting In Death: 2 Denver Women Charged By Feds
DENVER, CO – Two women charged with distributing heroin resulting in the death of a third woman appeared in U. S. District Court in Denver, the U.S. Attorney's Office said. Ariel Nicole Walker, 30, pled guilty before Judge R. Brooke Jackson and Kayla Pagano, 24, was advised of charges in a case invo
Sidewalk Chalker and Sex-Criminal Cop Who Busted Him Get Same Sentence
Most of us support the concept of equal justice, but maybe not in this case... Inveterate protester Eric Brandt has been ordered to serve ninety days in jail for writing an anti-police message in chalk on a sidewalk in Westminster more than four years ago — the same-length sentence given to former W
Man suspected of fatally shooting Denver security guard arrested in Louisiana
A man suspected of shooting and killing a downtown Denver security guard could face murder charges after Louisiana law enforcement arrested him last week. Harrison Hall, 32, was arrested Wednesday on unrelated Louisiana charges and is being held on suspicion of first-degree murder in the September h
Suspect in Saturday killing in northeast Denver held for investigation of first-degree murder
A 52-year-old man is being held for investigation of first-degree murder after a Saturday shooting in the Montbello neighborhood. Randy Bourgeois, 52, was taken into custody shortly after the shooting, which happened early Saturday morning at 5050 Troy Street, the Denver Police Department reported.
One dead, two officers injured in Aurora disturbance on East Jewell Avenue
A person died Monday night during a disturbance in Aurora, police said. The incident unfolded at about 6:15 p.m. in the 10600 block of East Jewell Avenue, said Sgt. Bill Hummel, a police spokesman.
Denver police looking for man who attempted to sexually assault woman in Berkeley Park area
Denver police are asking for assistance identifying a suspect who attempted to sexually assault a women in the Berkeley Park area last Wednesday. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male in his 30s with a medium build and medium-length brown hair (not shaved or military-style) and a trimmed goate
Colorado student not allowed to bring pet fish on flight
A Colorado college student learned the hard way that some pets aren’t welcome on planes. Lanice Powless was traveling home to California through Denver International Airport last week for the holidays. She is a student at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, where she lives in the dorms with
Denver’s tall buildings partly to blame for A-Line, G-Line problems, RTD tells feds
Denver’s recent runaway growth, with high rises going up at a record pace around LoDo, is one of the main culprits in RTD’s ongoing issues with the metro area’s commuter rail network.
Domestic violence in El Paso County: Home to one of the worst records in Colorado
Angie Ragsdale begged her sister-in-law not to marry Gregory Lorbiecki in 2000, describing their previous three-year, off-and-on-again relationship as “tumultuous.” But Karyn Ragsdale Lorbiecki was strong-willed and ready to start a family. Ragsdale thinks that’s why Karyn stayed with Greg, despite
Former Denver Broncos backup quarterback Chad Kelly to appear in court
Former Denver Broncos backup quarterback Chad Kelly is scheduled for an arraignment Monday in Arapahoe County District Court. Kelly, 24, is scheduled to appear for a 1:30 p.m. arraignment hearing in Arapahoe County Judge Ben Leutwyler’s courtroom.
Toddler at center of Amber Alert located safely in Aurora, father in custody
Just after 8 a.m. Monday, Northglenn police said the Amber Alert had been canceled for a missing toddler after the boy was located safely in Aurora. The boy's father, Alejandro Taylor, 32, was also taken into custody, according to a Tweet from the Aurora police department.
Broncos Fans on Blame John Elway Deserves for Browns Loss, Bad Season
After losing 17-16 to the Cleveland Browns on December 15, as a national television audience looked on, the Denver Broncos were officially eliminated from the playoffs. Yet head coach Vance Joseph still has a job, much to the chagrin of fans who have called for his firing again and again and again.
17 Colorado state parks switching to reservation-only camping systems
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Seventeen Colorado state parks will switch to a reservation-only camping system in 2019. Under the new system, campers can reserve a site up to six months in advance. Reservations are open until the day of arrival. This is a change from the previous three-day reservation wi
Thieves Take Family’s Car With Puppy Inside, Return For Second Vehicle Later
The Andersons are moving from Texas to Oregon and stopped in Arvada, Colorado, for a night’s rest at a relative’s house. That proved to be the worst choice they could have made.
Somebody updated Vance Joseph's Wiki page to 'former head coach' of Broncos
After the Denver Broncos (6-8) lost to the Cleveland Browns (6-7-1) on Saturday, somebody updated coach Vance Joseph’s Wikipedia page. The coach’s bio now says he is the “former” coach of the Broncos:
Amber Alert issued for boy last seen near Denver
DENVER - An Amber Alert was issued Monday morning for a toddler last seen near Denver. Police suspect 32-year-old Alejandro Taylor took 18-month-old Leo Taylor. The vehicle involved is described as a 2014 purple Chevy Spark with a CO license plate: 126YIX. The car is said to have a Green Bay Packers
UPDATE: 18-month-old found safe
NORTHGLENN, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)-- UPDATE: Just after 8 a.m. Monday, law enforcement said Leo was found safe. Police in Northglenn need your help finding 18-month-old Leo Taylor, who has brown hair and brown eyes, and is believed to be traveling in a purple 2014 Chevy Spark with CO license plate 126-YI
Three separate fires ignite in Denver metro area over past day; two injured in Thornton
Three separate fires ignited in Denver area residences Saturday evening and Sunday morning, including a Thornton fire that injured two. An apartment building in the 700 block of West 91st Avenue in Thornton was the first building to ignite when a fire started in a bush just after 4 p.m., according t
Denver police shut down Crown Boulevard in Montbello after suspicious package discovered
Denver police have closed the 4500 block of North Crown Boulevard after a suspicious package was discovered early Monday morning. No further information is available about the package.
Vance Joseph explains Broncos' curious 4th-down decision
With the Broncos trailing the Browns by four points late in the fourth quarter on Saturday evening, coach Vance Joseph decided to kick a field goal instead of attempting to convert a 4th-and-1.