Kidnapping Suspects Appear Before JudgeThree kidnapping suspects appeared before a judge on Friday. A fourth remains at large.
Police Hope New Images Help Track Down GunmanPolice in Lakewood hope new images from surveillance video help them get new leads in the search for a gunman.
Investigators: 'Social Media Hysteria' Surrounds Clown ThreatsParents around the state are being told to calm down over threatening email posts claiming that people dressed as clowns are coming to hurt their children. So far, all the threats have been described as hoaxes.
Neighbor Gets Shot Trying To Stop ThiefA man who tried to stop a suspect from stealing from a car was shot and wounded overnight.
Firefighters Who Rescued Young Girl Pay Her A Special VisitA little girl injured when a house caught fire got a special visit in the hospital.
Crews Search Backyards For Leftover WeaponsGovernment contract crews checked out neighborhoods in the Green Mountain neighborhood in Jefferson County to determine if any leftover weapons are hiding underground.
6-Year-Old Sells Apple Cider, Gives Proceeds To Injured FriendA 6-year-old is giving the proceeds from her apple juice and apple cider stand to help with her friend's recovery.
Repeat Drunk Driver Sentenced In Deadly Hit & RunA judge sentenced a repeat drunk driver to prison for his role in a deadly hit-and-run in Lakewood. Jonathan Cordova was drunk when he hit a pedestrian last year in his sixth DUI.
New Friends Gather At Dog Park After Special Reunion With Man's Best FriendAfter being missing for more than two months, a now famous dog, his owner and dozens of new found friends gathered in a dog park to celebrate a happy ever after-story.
Police Officers Restore Faith In Humanity To Family Of Little Girl With CancerThe parents of a little girl who's fighting cancer say the police in Lakewood have restored their faith in humanity.
Colorado Manufacturing Businesses Thriving, But Challenges Lie AheadThe number of manufacturing jobs in Colorado grew by 12 percent between 2010 and 2015 with an average pay last year of nearly $67,000.
Lakewood Pays $3.5 Million Over Friendly Fire DeathThe City of Lakewood has paid the widow of police agent James Davies $3.5 million in exchange for the woman dropping a lawsuit she filed over her husband’s line-of-duty death.

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