Power Outage Impacts 3,500+ CustomersThousands of people living in Centennial, Highlands Ranch and Littleton were without power on Friday afternoon.
Topgolf Coming To Thornton Despite Some Neighbors ProtestsThe Thornton City Council approved a new Topgolf driving range despite some neighbors' protests.
Pilot Program Offers Free 'Lyft' Rides To Light Rail StationThe City of Centennial is offering free Lyft rides to the Dry Creek light rail station.
Man Survives After Allegedly Shot By WifeInvestigators with the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office are investigating a shooting that left one woman dead and a man injured.
Police Want To Identify Motorcyclists Who Blocked I-25 During Yearly EventPolice in Denver hope to identify motorcyclists that blocked part of Interstate 25 on Sunday.
Woman Watches In Horror As Bold Coyote Snatches Her PuppyMonday morning Debra Gania had been watching the puppies in the back yard of her home. Suddenly, a large coyote leapt over a 6-foot fence and attacked Dylan -- a 6-week old lab-shepard mix.
‘Kill The Streets’ Motorcycle Event Causes DelaysIf you were driving around the Denver metro area on Sunday chances are you saw hundreds of bikers on highways and surface streets.
DUI Crash Victim Now Dealing With Flooded ApartmentA family already reeling from the aftermath of a drunk driving accident is now coping with damage from a flood.
Victims: Secrecy Surrounding Aurora Theater Shooter's Location Violates RightsA state committee that handles victims' rights issues is planning to take up complaints against the state corrections department that the agency violated their rights by refusing to reveal where gunman James Holmes is serving his life sentence.
Suspect In Shooting Of Popular Doctor Found Competent To Stand TrialA judge ruled Monday that a suburban Denver man is competent to stand trial in the shooting death of a neighbor and the wounding of two other people.
Spy Satellite In Orbit Thanks To Colorado's United Launch AllianceA government spy satellite has been launched into orbit thanks to a rocket partly built in Colorado.
With Loss To Cinemark, Theater Victims Have Few OptionsVictims' loss in a civil trial over whether a Colorado movie theater should have done more to prevent a mass shooting leaves them with dwindling options as they seek damages for their suffering.

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