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  • Richard Llamas with son Ricardo Jr.

    Eight years later, father finds out son is in Denver, launches custody fight

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Eight years after his son was taken to Mexico without his permission, a Commerce City father is fighting for custody of his son.  In March, Richard Llamas learned his son Ricardo Jr. was had been living in Denver with the boy’s uncle since July. “I want my son to know his father,” Llamas said. The 26-year-old hadn’t seen his son since 2008, when the boy was just 6 months old. That’s when Llamas said his ex-girlfriend Marisol Maldonado […]

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    What would you name ‘Mile High’ Stadium?

    DENVER — We first reported that the Colorado lawmakers are thinking about a proposal that would make it a law that the Denver Broncos football stadium include the name “Mile High.” The corporate naming rights to the stadium could be up for grabs now that Sports Authority is liquidating. Julie Hayden went out Wednesday to get some naming ideas from the fans. Let us know what you think on our Facebook page:

  • Marcos Duran

    Fort Collins masseuse accused of sexual assault

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A massage therapist in Fort Collins is accused of sexually assaulting a client, the Fort Collins Police Department said. Police said 30-year-old Marcos, or Marc, Duran worked at the busy South Miramont Lifestyle Fitness Center. On April 11, during an appointment, police said a woman reported that Duran was massaging her leg when he began to inappropriately and intentionally touch her genitals. “Our investigators did look into that and determined that it was not just an accidental, […]

  • Man accused of stealing woman's thongs

    Thong thief caught on camera entering woman’s apartment

    DENVER — A woman who lives in Denver said a stranger somehow got a hold of her keys and would enter her apartment to steal her underwear. The victim lived in a Cherry Creek apartment by herself from September 2014 until February. She said she noticed underwear was missing, in particular, pricey thongs. She thought nothing of it. But then she installed a camera and a man was seen taking them. She said the thong thief took about $1,200 worth […]

  • Thunder Valley K-8 in Frederick, Colorado

    Gruesome threat at school worries girl’s father

    DENVER — A frustrated father contacted the FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers after he said a student pulled out a pocket knife at school and threatened to slit his 12-year-old daughter’s throat. The girl wasn’t hurt, but her father said the school district isn’t taking the treat seriously and is allowing the student who made the threat to return to school. Joshua Wickstrom said the incident happened last Wednesday, on the anniversary of the Columbine shootings, at Thunder Valley K-8 in […]

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    Seniors start hard process of moving out after destructive apartment fire

    LITTLETON, Colo. — The Problem Solvers are doing what they can to help more than 100 senior citizens who must move out of their apartment complex after a destructive fire. They need help with storage, moving equipment and long-term housing. They have to dismantle their homes and their lives after the fire earlier this month made their building at the Southview Place Towers unlivable. Volunteers are helping them pack and load up onto moving trucks. The American Red Cross said it stills need […]

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    Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump win New York primary

    NEW YORK — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton notched huge wins in New York Tuesday night, resoundingly answering questions about their command of the race and moving both front-runners much closer to nominations. For Trump, the win means he could sweep the state’s 95 delegates and potentially position himself to win the GOP nomination without going through a contested convention in July. Clinton’s win, meanwhile, could blunt Bernie Sanders’ momentum once and for all. “We’re going to end at a […]

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    Deputy finds homemade knife in cell of suspect accused of shooting DPD officer

    The man accused of trying to kill a Denver Police officer during a shootout faces a new charge – possession of contraband. A court document said a Denver sheriff’s deputy found a homemade knife while searching 36-year-old Jason Wood’s jail cell on April 13. Wood is accused of shooting Officer Tony Lopez Jr. December 8, 2015 near Federal Boulevard and Clyde Place. Wood pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder and aggravated robbery in the Lopez incident. The deputy […]

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    Trevor Story continues to make history with 6 home runs in 4 games

    DENVER — Colorado Rockies’ rookie shortstop Trevor Story hit his fifth and sixth home runs Friday, in the Rockies’ home opener against the San Diego Padres. Story has hit six home runs in the first four games of his MLB career.  His first of the day, a two-run home run against the Padres came in the bottom of the fourth inning, during the Rockies’ 24th home opener – and 22nd at Coors Field. His second one came in the bottom of […]

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    Fans have a ball in lower Downtown Denver on opening day

    DENVER — Lower downtown Denver was the place to be Friday to enjoy the fun and festivities surrounding opening day for the Colorado Rockies. Whether you like people watching, or you’re someone who is having the fun and doing the frolicking, Dan Daru shows us the fan frenzy of opening day.