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    Arvada teen who wanted to help ISIS to be sentenced

    DENVER — A teenager from Arvada who pleaded guilty to trying to help Islamic State militants will be sentenced Friday in Denver Federal Court. Shannon Conley, 19, tried to join the terror organization in April. She was arrested at Denver International Airport in April as she was boarding a flight she hoped would get her to Syria. She pleaded guilty in September to one count of conspiracy to provide material to a terrorist organization. She faces up to five years […]

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    Oh, baby: Doctor who delivered husband and wife brings couple’s first child into world

    LADERA RANCH, Calif. — When Breanna and Kevin Fleischman got married, they didn’t know the same doctor had delivered both of them. The two grew up a mile apart in Orange County but didn’t meet until high school, KTLA reported. When the couple found out they were expecting their first child, Breanna told her mother-in-law the same doctor who delivered her in the 1980s would help bring the couple’s son into the world. Kevin’s mother recognized the name of Dr. […]

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    Denver man seeks dog stolen while inside ‘puffer’ van

    DENVER — A Denver man who had his van stolen is desperately searching for his dog that was in the vehicle when it was swiped. Scott Hills wrote in a Facebook post that his red Chevrolet Venture mini van was taken from the parking lot of Devon’s Pub at East Hampden Avenue and Happy Canyon Road about 6 p.m. Jan. 11. Hills went to warm up the vehicle and his dog, Arrow, was inside. He went back inside the pub […]

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    Multiple raids lead to meth, cocaine ring busts across Denver metro area

    DENVER — The North Metro Drug Task Force raided multiple locations in the Denver metro area Thursday morning as part of a year-long investigation into a large-scale cocaine and methamphetamine operation. North Metro Drug Task Force served eight search warrants without incident in Denver, Arvada, Northglenn and Thornton, Sgt. Jim Gerhart said. He added nine more arrest warrants are out for different people. Gerhart said several pounds of cocaine, assault weapons and rifles were seized as part of the raids.

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    Report: Avalanche to host Detroit Red Wings in outdoor game in 2016

    DENVER — The NHL is expected to announce the Avalanche will play host to the Detroit Red Wings in an outdoor game sometime in 2016, TSN’s Bob McKenzie reported Wednesday night. The announcement is expected in Columbus, Ohio, this weekend during the NHL’s All-Star Weekend and it will be one of three outdoor games in the 2015-16 season. The Minnesota Wild are expected to play an outdoor game against the Chicago Blackhawks. It has been widely reported the Boston Bruins […]

  • A Key Lime Air plane made an emergency landing northwest of Goodland, Kan., on Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015. (Credit: Sherman County Sheriff's Office)

    Key Lime Air cargo plane that took off from DIA crashes in Kansas; pilot OK

    GRANT, Kan. — A Key Lime Air cargo plane that took off from Denver International Airport crashed northwest of Goodland, Kan., on Wednesday morning but the pilot survived, the Kansas State Patrol said. The twin-engine plane took off from DIA just after 7 a.m. MST en route to Colby, Kan., but crashed about 9 a.m. CST about 20 miles east of the Colorado-Kansas state line. Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Tod Hileman said the plane was carrying UPS cargo. We have […]

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    Report: Peyton Manning plans to return to Broncos, pending physical

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will return to the team next season if he passes an annual physical examination, according to a report Wednesday. The Denver Post’s Woody Paige said three unnamed “trustworthy” sources told him that Manning will play a fourth season for the Broncos. Manning is 38-10 in three seasons with the team, but only 2-3 in the playoffs, including two home AFC Divisional round losses after a bye. The Broncos’ season ended Jan. 11 with […]

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    I-25 reopens after hours-long closure caused by jackknifed truck

    LONE TREE, Colo. — Interstate 25 was shut down in both directions for nearly 2 1/2 hours Tuesday morning after a semi-trailer truck lost control, jackknifed and spilled diesel fuel in Douglas County south of Denver. The interstate was closed after the semi crashed in the construction zone between E-470/C-470 and Lincoln Avenue about 4:15 a.m., police dispatchers said. RELATED: Traffic updates Road closures began about 5 a.m., the Colorado Department of Transportation said. Traffic quickly became snarled in both […]

  • Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak was named the Broncos' 15th coach on Monday, Jan. 19, 2015. (Photo: Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

    It’s official: Broncos name Gary Kubiak as new coach

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Gary Kubiak is officially back with the Broncos. The team announced on its website Monday morning that Kubiak, the Baltimore Ravens’ offensive coordinator and the former coach of the Houston Texans, will replace John Fox and be the Broncos’ 15th coach in their history. “Gary Kubiak has established a track record of leadership, success and high character during his 30 seasons in the NFL,” Executive Vice President of Football Operations and General Manager John Elway said in […]

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    Northbound I-25 reopens at 84th Avenue in Thornton after crash

    THORNTON, Colo. — Northbound Interstate 25 was closed for more than two hours at 84th Avenue in Thornton on Monday morning because of a two-vehicle accident, the Thornton Police Department said. ****UPDATE all lanes closed NB I 25 close traffic diverting to 84th Ave. Expect delays — Thornton Police Dept (@ThorntonPolice) January 19, 2015 The accident happened about 5:45 a.m. Traffic was diverted off the interstate at 84th Avenue then back on, and traffic quickly backed up. Southbound traffic also […]