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One Suspect Shot, One Arrested And One Escaped During Confrontation With Arapahoe County DeputiesDeputies were looking for a car thief when they found a stolen car with three people inside.
Driver Does Heavy Damage To Buildings In Jefferson County, Steals Junk FoodA man stole junk food after the crashes into a bank and a gas station.
Wild Crash On Interstate 25 Entrance Ramp In Colorado Springs Captured On CameraWitnesses say a woman caught on camera swerving and rolling her vehicle is lucky to be alive.
Sexual Harassment Settlement Reached In Lake CountyThree women who accused former Lake County Undersheriff Fernando Mendoza of sexual harassment have received a settlement from the department.
Family That Underwent Tragedy Concerned About Possible Pit Ban ReversalAs Denver works to repeal it’s breed specific ban on Pit Bulls, one family is concerned the repeal will lead to tragedy.
Poor Lighting At Pedestrian Bridge Risks Safety, Family SaysCrime can happen anywhere, but dark corners are like an open invitation for criminals.
Hunters Might Help In Mountain Lion Hunt Near AspenThe proposal for hunters to help wildlife officials with the number of mountain lions still needs the final approval from the wildlife commission.
Boulder Bike Store Hit Again By BurglarsFor the second time in a month, thieves broke in and stole tens of thousands of dollars worth of bikes.
Denver Restaurant Week Menus Now LiveThe menus for Denver Restaurant Week are now live.
Denver Considers Allowing Pit Bulls, With RestrictionsA study by the American Veterinary Medical Association has found that pit bulls are not disproportionately dangerous compared with other dogs.
Denver City Council Considers Lifting Pit Bull BanThe breed ban is under consideration for repeal.
Denver Restaurant Week: Make Your Reservations Early!Denver Restaurant Week kicks off on Feb. 21 and runs through March 1.
Fusion Center Affordable Housing Complex In Denver Features 139 UnitsThere was a celebration on Tuesday afternoon for more affordable housing in Denver.
Jefferson County Residents Plead Hope Fairgrounds Won't Go AwayThe future of the Jefferson County fairgrounds is in limbo.
Push For Pot Belly Pig Limit Increase Underway In LafayetteThe City of Lafayette considered a change to its policy on potbelly pigs Tuesday.
Buell Prepares To Host 'Summer: The Donna Summer Musical'A musical following the “Queen of Disco’s” life from adolescence to the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame will stop in Denver next week.
Jason Kawaguchi Accused Of Stealing SkisCaught in the act on camera, detectives in the high county say Jason Kawaguchi is responsible for stealing 70 pairs of skis from Arapahoe Basin and other Colorado resorts last year.
Despite Denver City Code, Needle Exchange Center To Open Near 2 SchoolsA needle exchange business, which provides clean needles to those who use illegal drugs, will be allowed to open near a Denver Public Schools building, even though it technically violates city code.
Jefferson County Could Close FairgroundsThe Jefferson County Fairgrounds could close because of budget cuts after voters shot down a request for money last November.
Moratorium To Be Considered On Littleton Downtown DevelopmentThe city of Littleton is looking to preserve the landscape of its downtown area by imposing a new moratorium.
Kelly Turner, Mother Of Colorado Make-A-Wish Girl, Has Bond SetA $250,000 bond has been set for Kelly Turner. She is charged with the murder of her daughter Olivia Gant.
Olivia Gant's Mother Facing Charges In Girl's DeathA $250,000 bond was set for Kelly Turner.
Littleton Leaders Consider Limiting Some New DevelopmentThe Littleton City Council is considering a measure that would affect new development downtown.
Colorado Carpooling Apps Facing Hurdles From StateOver the three-day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, nearly 180,000 vehicles were expected to travel through the Eisenhower and Johnson Memorial Tunnels.

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