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  • Woman, her 2 dogs injured in attack by 3 other dogs

    Owner charged after neighbor, other dogs attacked inside home

    DENVER — The owner of three dogs that allegedly broke into a Denver home and attacked a woman and her pets has been charged. Karen Smith is facing three counts of leash law violation, three counts of bites, one count of damaged property and pending charge of having a pit bull, according to Denver Animal […]

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    Englewood police arrest suspected cop impersonator

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — A man impersonating a police officer was arrested by Englewood Police last week. Officers responded to a call in the 3200 block of South Broadway at 4:15 p.m. Friday of a man who was impersonating a cop. A 36-year-old man identified himself as a police officer to the arriving officers. He had […]

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    Poll shows Colorado voters still opposed to new gun control laws

    DENVER — In the same Quinnipiac University poll that showed Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper leading all four Republican challengers, Colorado voters are still opposed to the state’s new gun laws. The poll shows voters oppose the new gun laws 56 percent to 39 percent, but they do support background checks on all gun buyers 85 […]

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    Gov. Hickenlooper leads all four Republican challengers in latest poll

    DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper leads all four Republican challengers in a poll released Wednesday morning by Quinnipiac University. The poll shows Hickenlooper beating former Congressman Tom Tancredo 47 percent to 40 percent; Secretary of State Scott Gessler, 48 percent to 38 percent; former Sen. Mike Kopp 47 percent to 38 percent; and former […]

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    Best apps for kids

    DENVER — Looking for some good apps for kids in kindergarten and early elementary school? Common Sense Media provides some really good ones. Check them out.

  • Rendering of VA Hospital in Aurora, Colo. Courtesy: denver.va.gov

    VA medical facility opening delayed, again

    DENVER — The Department of Veterans Affairs announced today it was again delaying the opening of the new VA Medical Center in Aurora. The new opening date is set for May 2015, but congressional leaders say that realistically veterans who desperately need the new facility will be waiting until 2016. The hospital has been plagued […]

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    Aurora police ID victim in I-70 motorcycle crash

    AURORA, Colo. — A 20-year-old motorcyclist was killed Monday morning after he got to close to another motorcycle and lost control of his bike. The incident occurred Monday at approximately 11:18 a.m. on Interstate 70 between Airport Boulevard and Tower Road, according to Aurora Police Department spokesman Jeff Turner. Turner said two motorcyclists were riding […]

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    ‘Saving a life is more important,’ Boy uses video game money to protect strangers

    GRAND PRARIE, Tex. — A fire that killed a mother and her child has inspired an 8-year-old Texas boy to help others. Hector Montoya wanted a PlayStation 4 and started saving his allowance to pay for one.  He had saved $300, about $100 shy of his goal, when a news story changed his mind about […]

  • Five people were injured when a Toyota sedan slammed into the back of a Poudre Valley School District bus in Larimer County on Friday, April 18, 2014. (Credit: Sky2)

    Driver who slammed into back of school bus cited for careless driving

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The Fort Collins woman who slammed into the back of a Poudre School District bus in Larimer County on Friday morning has been cited for careless driving resulting in injury, the Colorado State Patrol said. A CSP investigation found Ashlie Dickerson, 24, had about 900 or more feet of unobstructed line […]

  • Crews in Leadville worked overnight to divert spring runoff from flooding homes on Monday, April 21, 2014. (Credit: John Holm)

    Crews divert spring runoff to avoid flooding Leadville homes

    LEADVILLE, Colo. — In a preview of what’s likely to come, crews worked overnight to divert quick spring runoff away from homes that otherwise would have flooded. The Lake County Office of Emergency Management said Leadville/Lake County Fire and Rescue and Search and Rescue rushed to fill sandbags as dikes and trenches were built in […]

  • Swimming, kayaking and tubing won't be allowed in Boulder Creek for the next 60 days as crews work to clean up sediment and debris from last year's flooding.

    Boulder Creek to be closed for restoration; fines or jail for violators

    BOULDER, Colo. — Boulder Creek will be closed to swimming, tubing and kayaking for the next 60 days beginning Tuesday as crews clean up sediment and debris from last year’s flooding. The city of Boulder and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office are making the popular creek off-limits by emergency rule until the restoration work is […]

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    NASA encouraging #GlobalSelfie on Earth Day

    DENVER — Tuesday is Earth Day and NASA is rolling out a program to have people celebrate with a #GlobalSelfie event. With the Earth Right Now campaign, NASA satellites will look at Earth on Tuesday and it wants people to take a picture of yourself and post it to social media using the hashtag #GlobalSelfie. […]

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    Avalanche loses Barrie, game to Minnesota, still lead series

    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Mikael Granlund’s diving goal 5:08 into overtime gave the Minnesota Wild a 1-0 win over the Avalanche in Game 3 of their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series Monday night. But the bigger story for the Avalanche, which still leads the series 2-1, is defenseman Tyson Barrie, who will miss the rest […]

  • FDA might fast-track drug to help 9-year-old battle disease

    CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, Colo. — It could be a victory for a Colorado third-grader and his family. The Food and Drug Administration might grant faster approval of a drug that could save 9-year-old Ryan Dunne’s life. The community and Colorado lawmakers came together to help gather more than 100,000 signatures to pressure the FDA to […]

  • Shopping for healthy food on a budget

    CU seminar focuses on healthy, inexpensive eating

    DENVER — When it comes to saving money and time, and still choosing healthy options to eat, most of us are still students, trying to come up with the best plan. CU Boulder is even offering students workshops to learn how to eat well on a budget. That’s information that’s applicable no matter your age. […]