4 Years Later, Fundraising For Aurora Memorial ContinuesFour years after 12 people were killed at an Aurora movie theater, the effort for a permanent memorial to the victims is more than halfway to its goal.
Steve Hogan's Focus Will Remain Economic Development If Re-Elected Aurora MayorAurora Mayor Steve Hogan announced his plans to run for re-election on Tuesday.
I-225 Light Rail Project Through Aurora Making ProgressRTD is celebrating the progress made on the Interstate 225 light rail project which will run through Aurora. RTD said the project is nearly 60 percent complete.
Study: Poor Contact Hurt Theater Shooting ResponseA new report says medical personnel responding to the Colorado theater shooting struggled to get to some of the victims due to poor communication about how best to reach them.
New Bridge Will Make It Easier To Get Between Denver & AuroraA new bridge is going to make it easier to get between two of Colorado's biggest cities.
Aurora Mayor Wishes Police Chief Oates WellAurora's Mayor Steve Hogan says the city will miss having Dan Oates as police chief.
Aurora Police Chief On Hunt For New Job Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates has advised his bosses that he has applied for a job as a police chief in South Florida.
Denver Makes Next GOP Convention CutDenver is waiting to find out whether it will make the next cut in the competition to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
6 Inmates Released Due To Overcrowding In Adams County Jail Six inmates from Aurora were released early on Monday allegedly because there was no room for them at the Adams County jail.
A Year After Shootings, Aurora Looks For HealingParents, siblings and survivors of those slain in the Aurora movie shooting attended a morning ceremony of prayer, song and remembrance outside Aurora's City Hall.
Mayor Says It's Still Too Soon For Permanent Theater Shooting Memorial In the hours following the Aurora theater shooting there was an outpouring of support. Thousands of people brought flowers, candles and messages of support to a field across from the theater.
Aurora Fire Chief Welcomes Independent Review In Theater Shooting ResponseThe Aurora City Council will decide whether it needs an independent review of last summer's shootings at the Century 16 Theater where 12 people died.

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