Police Arrest 13 Budtenders In Undercover Retail Pot StingA year-long undercover sting operation led to the arrest of 13 budtenders who worked at seven 'Sweet Leaf' marijuana dispensaries.
Golfers Prepare To Say Goodbye To Fitzsimons Golf CourseAurora is preparing for the last few days to play golf at the old Fitzsimmons Golf Course.
'There's Nothing Left': Firefighter Helps Family Ahead Of HolidaysAn Aurora firefighter is helping a Colorado family affected by house fire in Littleton.
Police Ask For Public's Help In Solving Woman's MurderAurora police are asking the public to help them solve a murder at an apartment complex on Sable Boulevard near Bayaud Place.
Man Faces Assault Charges After Seen Throwing Boy To The GroundA 46-year-old man from Aurora faces assault charges after cameras caught him tackling a young boy to the ground.
Man Convicted In DUI Death Has Troubled PastAn Aurora man who was driving drunk when he hit and killed a 22-year-old man in a crosswalk has been convicted of second degree murder.
Police Release New Image Of 2004 Murder SuspectAurora police used a DNA technology company in Virginia to come up with an image of a murder suspect.
Red Kettle Theft Could Lead To Donation ScamThe Salvation Army is warning shoppers to keep an eye out for imitation bell ringers after two of the organization’s Red Kettles were stolen earlier this month.
Theft Of Salvation Army Kettles Raises Scam ConcernsThe Salvation Army says someone stole two of their red kettles last week.
Tribute A Tradition For 2 Colorado Airmen Killed By Drunk DriversA Buckley Air Force unit is coming together to remember two Colorado airmen who lost their lives to drunk drivers.
Victim Speaks Out After Sex Assault Suspect Is Found GuiltyA suspected serial rapist and former Mexican law enforcement officer will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars after being found guilty of raping a woman in Aurora and attempting to assault another.
Bikers Loaded With Toys Roar Into Action For Annual DonationMotorcycles weighed down with giant stuffed animals and toys lined the streets and filled the parking lot of the Children's Hospital for an annual gift of giving like no other.