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Water Main On Evans Avenue Repaired, But Road Still ClosedA water main break that caused a sinkhole in the westbound lanes of Evans Avenue on Tuesday morning will keep the road closed until at least Thursday morning.
Sinkhole Caused By Water Main BreakA water main break caused a sinkhole in the westbound lanes of Evans Avenue on Tuesday morning.
Man Wanted For Indecent Exposure Caught On SurveillancePolice in Denver are looking for a man seen in a surveillance picture wanted for indecent exposure.
Police Need Help Identifying Burglary SuspectsPolice in Denver would like the public's help identifying suspects in a burglary.
Shooting Leads To 12-Mile Police Chase, Suspect In CustodyIt began at a McDonald's on Colorado Boulevard and Evans Avenue, where one person was injured in a shooting at approximately 2:25 a.m.
Burglary Suspects In Custody After Denver Police PursuitFour burglary suspects are in custody after a police chase in Denver on Thursday evening.
Pedestrian Hurt In Hit & Run At Federal & EvansA pedestrian was struck by a vehicle that took off from the scene at Federal and Evans early Tuesday morning.
Crews Work To Repair Several Water Main BreaksCrews from Denver Water were working to fix three different water main breaks Thursday morning.
Pot Products Recalled, Pot Shop Fires Employee For Unapproved PesticidesJeremy Kilbourne dropped off a box of jars filled with marijuana. The marijuana could sell for thousands of dollars, but not now.
New Pedestrian Bridge 'Bridging The Gap' Over I-25A new pedestrian bridge over Interstate 25 opened on Tuesday to bicyclists and pedestrians. It's being celebrated as "Bridging the Gap" over I-25.
2 Men Suspected Of Stealing Money From ATMs With Cloned Credit CardsPolice have distributed a crime alert asking for help in identifying two men who have been using cloned credit cards to steal money from ATMs.
The Ride Is About To Get Easier For Cyclists In DenverDenver Public Works is installing bike detection systems at several intersections across the metro area. The new technology will trigger green lights without cyclists having to get off their bikes.

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