Semi Driver Crashes Into Gate To Get Onto I-70A semi truck driver crashed into a closure gate to get onto Interstate 70 after it was closed due to blizzard conditions on Friday morning.
Body Cam Captures Code Enforcement Officer Soliciting ProstitutesA body camera turned the tables on an Aurora code enforcement officer who was forced to resign from his job after the camera on him recorded him soliciting prostitutes.
Crews Rush To Put Out Auto Body Shop FireFirefighters in Aurora rushed to extinguish a two-alarm fire at an auto body shop on Thursday night.
Attorney Of Alleged Illegal Pot Ringleader Calls Case A 'Political Sham'The alleged ringleader of a massive illegal marijuana operation appeared in court in Araphaoe County on Thursday.
Dog Suspected Of Being Wolf Hybrid Allowed Home With FamilyA judge has decided that a dog, suspected of being a wolf hybrid, was allowed to go home with his family after the dog's owner agreed to a plea deal.
Ruling Expected On Alleged Wolf Hybrid DogA judge is expected to make a decision Wednesday about a dog suspected of being a wolf hybrid.
Woman's 'Marijuanaville' Brand Wasting Away, It's Jimmy Buffett's FaultAn Aurora woman's plan for a "Marijuanaville" brand is wasting away -- and there is someone to blame.
Owner Says DNA Proves Pet Dog Is Not A Wolf HybridThe owner of a dog in Aurora suspected of being a wolf hybrid says DNA tests did not find any evidence of wolf characteristics in the dog.
DA: Hundreds Of Pounds Of Pot Shipped Out Of State By Drug RingAn undercover investigation targeting illegal marijuana operations started nine months ago and ended with raid after raid on Thursday.
Family Claims Dog Isn't Part Wolf, DNA Test OrderedOne family in Aurora is fighting to get their dog back while awaiting DNA tests to determine whether the dog is part wolf.
Development South Of DIA Could Lead Up To 60,000 New HomesAurora is planning to bring new homes, restaurants, and offices to the city in the coming years.
Start Times Will Change For Some Cherry Creek Schools StudentsSome students in Cherry Creek Schools will get to sleep in a little more when the next school year begins. The school board approved the start times on Monday evening.