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  • Paul Kitterman

    Police: Man missing following Broncos game found safe and unharmed

    DENVER — Police say a man reported missing after halftime of the Broncos game in Denver Thursday night was found safe Tuesday night. The department released the information in a Twitter post: #Breaking: DPD confirming that Paul Kitterman has been located and is safe after going missing from the Bronco Game. — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) October 29, 2014 Denver Police said┬áPaul Kitterman, a fifty-three year old from Kremmling, Colorado, was found unharmed in Pueblo. Investigators also said there was […]

  • Cub scouts visit Colorado’s Own Channel 2 News

    DENVER — Colorado’s Own Channel 2 News had a special group of visitors watching the show Monday night. The Cub Scouts from Den 742 in Ken Caryl spent some time, touring the TV station, getting to know some of the folks in the newsroom, and hanging out with Anchor Aristea Brady and Meteorologist Laura Velasquez.

  • cars

    Thieves on crime spree swipe credit cards from vehicles in church parking lots

    DENVER — Thieves after your money are stealing credit cards from vehicles across the Denver metro area. They’re using those credit cards to make you feel even more vulnerable. Police say these crooks are working as teams and they may be watching you when you park. Investigators believe their suspects are two men and two women. They’re hard to identify in the surveillance pictures we have, except for someone out there who knows them. In the last month, they’ve hit […]

  • Aurora theater shooting

    Jury selection in Aurora theater shooting trial delayed until January 2015

    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. — The judge in the Aurora theater shooting case ruled Monday that┬ájury selection will begin January 20, 2015. The process to seat a jury was going to start December 8 before defense lawyers asked for a delay in the start of the trial. Judge Carlos Samour, Jr. expects testimony in the trial to start in June 2015, which has been the anticipation for quite some time. He denied any delay in that expected start time. James Holmes […]

  • Dan King

    Holmes’ attorney says he could’ve done more to keep convict off death row in other case

    DENVER — The lawyer who defended Sir Mario Owens says he could’ve done more to keep him off death row in Colorado. The same lawyer is now the lead attorney for James Holmes, who is also facing the death penalty. Dan King’s surprising testimony took place Friday. Owens is on death row and out of legal appeals. He was convicted, along with Robert Ray, for the double murders of Javad Marshal Fields and Fields’ fiancee Vivian Wolfe in 2005. Owens […]

  • Crash on NB I-25 at Steele St

    I-25 crash closes northbound lanes for Friday morning rush hour

    DENVER — Northbound I-25 was closed for three hours during the morning rush Friday. It brought traffic to a standstill and caused all kinds of jams and delays all over the southeast part of the city. The crash between an SUV and a large box truck happened in the center of the northbound lanes at Steele Street just after 6 a.m. A man, woman and three kids in the SUV were hurt and sent to the hospital. Reports said the […]

  • Chargers at Broncos

    Broncos take over 1st place in division with 35-21 win against San Diego

    DENVER — The first half was a surprising defensive battle as the Denver Broncos, fresh off their quarterback’s record-setting performance, took on the San Diego Chargers on Thursday Night Football. First place in the AFC Western Division was on the line as the Chargers, 5-2 came into town to play the 5-1 Broncos. The two teams played scoreless football in the first quarter. And then Peyton Manning set a new NFL record when he hit Emmanuel Sanders for a short […]

  • isis

    Twitter and alert friends, teachers, parents may have saved girls from making it to Syria

    AURORA, Colo. — Three girls who left Denver to join ISIS in Syria were stopped just in time, thanks to some tweets they made about their plans. Experts say social media, alert teachers and parents all played a role in getting the three teens back home safely. Social media probably manipulated the girls into going to begin with. ISIS websites with slickly produced videos promising romance and a great adventure target teenage girls in America for recruitment. The girls in […]

  • Denver police arrest suspected 'Tony the Tagger'

    Denver police arrest suspected ‘Tony the Tagger’

    DENVER — Police officers responded to a report of someone in a “Tony the Tiger” costume spray painting in the 1100 block of Clarkson Street Friday. The suspect was allegedly spray painting the victim’s home. Before that, witnesses said the saw the guy in the tiger outfit painting pillars in front of the victim’s home. along with the sidewalk one block to the south. When officers arrived they found the man, 29-year-old Timothy Heckler, spray painting a dumpster that belongs […]

  • Denver Broncos safety John Boyett. Photo credit: Jeffrey Beall via Wikipedia

    Report: Denver Broncos practice squad player John Boyett arrested

    DENVER — Broncos practice squad safety John Boyett was arrested Wednesday morning, according to a report in the Denver Post. Boyett faces a misdemeanor third-degree assault charge in Greenwood Village the report says. The Indianapolis Colts released Boyett last season after he was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, public intoxication and resisting law enforcement. The Broncos signed him to the practice squad last November, which is where he spent the first seven weeks of this season.