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  • Snow plow

    Thanksgiving storm to bring snow, cold to metro area

    DENVER — The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for snow, cold and slick roads. Be ready for wintry weather conditions during travels around metro Denver on Thanksgiving. Snowy, icy conditions will exist throughout Colorado by Thanksgiving. Cold air arrived in Colorado at midday Wednesday and temperatures will continue to tumble through Thanksgiving.  Light snow will develop across the area as we head later into Wednesday night. There could be some patchy freezing drizzle for a short time […]

  • Thanksgiving grocery store rush

    Holiday grocery store rush to continue on Thanksgiving Day

    DENVER — Last minute Thanksgiving Day shoppers can expect big crowds inside Denver grocery stores on Thursday. An important number to keep in mind is six because by 6 p.m. most grocery stores will be closed for the day. Wednesday stores were bustling all day. Store managers expect to see more of the same come Thursday. “The busiest day of the year for shopping,” explained Katie Brandel who is a representative for Whole Foods in Denver. For the first year […]

  • University Hill party

    Student rentals of single-family homes force family’s out of Boulder’s University Hill neighborhood

    BOULDER, Colo. — Crazy college parties full of beer and loud music happening just blocks away from an elementary school. Boulder’s University Hill neighborhood is undergoing a major change as student rentals force families to move out. “It’s so close to the mountains and it’s just incredibly picturesque,” said University Hill resident Jennifer Palmer. The Hill is a vibrant neighborhood nestled between CU Boulder and the Flatirons. It is a wonder place for families and very popular for students. “There’s […]

  • Wildfire causes damage in El Paso County

    Wildfire damages one house, some outbuildings as it burned several hundred acres in El Paso County

    EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. — A quick-moving wildfire damaged one house and a few out buildings Tuesday afternoon in El Paso County before it was contained. Three people were treated on site for minor smoke inhalation, but all three declined transport to the hospital, according to the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. A voluntary evacuation order was put in place for residents in a 12-square-mile area because of a wildfire burning east of Colorado Springs on Tuesday. About 30-40 households […]

  • Denver airport passengers

    Audit has good news about emergency response plan at Denver’s airport

    DENVER — There was good news Friday about how Denver is prepared for a major emergency. The city released a new audit of the airport that includes an evaluation of its emergency response plan. Macradee Aegerter shows us the findings of the audit in her video report above.

  • I-70 Friday night

    Temperatures plunge in metro Denver, treacherous travel in mountains

    DENVER –Snow and icy conditions caused numerous accidents in the mountains Friday. The Colorado Department of Transportation reopened westbound I-70 after an evening closure from C-470 all the way to Silverthorne. Heavy snow fell in parts of the High Country. Some mountain locations would get around 12″ of snow before it was over. Traction laws were in effect. Related: I-70 mountain corridor web cams Related: Real time traffic conditions and delays Snow Friday evening in metro Denver Bands of snow […]

  • DUI crash

    Man gets 20 years in prison for DUI crash that killed two people

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — A judge sentenced a man to 20 years in prison Thursday for a DUI crash that killed two people in March. Joshua Lee Calhoun, 29, caused a violent 3-vehicle crash at East 22nd Avenue and Tower Road in Aurora after drinking a dozen rum and cokes before getting behind the wheel of his Yukon SUV. He plowed into the back of 44-year-old Stephanie Windsor’s Ford Escort. Calhoun’s SUV then hit a pickup driven by 58-year-old Michael […]

  • Facebook launches ‘break-up’ tools

    Facebook launched a test of some “break-up” tools Thursday. These tools are designed to help people manage how they interact with their former partner when a relationship ends. Facebook users will be prompted to try the break-up tools when they change their relationship status to show they’re no longer in a relationship. The tools give people the option to quickly and easily: See less of a former partner’s name and profile picture around Facebook without having to unfriend or block […]

  • Auto pedestrian crash at Denver International Airport

    Top 5 locations where auto vs. pedestrian crashes happen in Denver

    DENVER — Denver is on pace to hit a new record for the number of auto versus pedestrian accidents. The FOX31 Problem Solvers wanted to know the locations where pedestrians are most likely to be hit, so we examined accident reports in Denver to find the top five locations. #1 Denver International Airport The crosswalks at Denver International Airport top the list with 17 accidents since 2011. Del Berry of Evergreen was trying to catch a flight to Hawaii when […]

  • Vandals hit Isis Books and Gifts

    Book store named ‘Isis’ becomes target of vandalism

    DENVER — Anger over the recent terrorist attacks in France appears to have been misdirected at a Denver book store… again. Isis Books & Gifts on South Broadway has been in business for 35 years, but lately it’s been threatened and targeted by vandals associating it with the terrorist group commonly referred to as ISIS. This weekend someone threw a brick through an “Isis Book & Gifts” sign outside the business. The incident took place just days after the ISIS […]