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    Soggy weather putting a damper on Memorial Day weekend plans

    DENVER — The cool, wet weather is putting a lot of traditional Memorial Day fun and activities on hold. Water World in Denver is usually mobbed on Memorial Day weekend. The kids trade in their snow suits for swimsuits. But the park said this year, the water is still too cold and the ground is still too soggy. Park officials said it would not be the perfect park experience for visitors so it is delaying the opening. There is no […]

  • Parker Police have new tool to help train officers

    PARKER, Colo. — Parker Police started using a new tool to train its officers who are put in tough situations every day. Across the nation, police officers are under fire for their actions in Ferguson, Missouri and even in the Denver metro area. At the Parker Police Department for the last month, officers were training on a new firearm simulator. “It’s really reinforcing the split second decisions skills,” said Sgt. Joe Cummings. Officers let our reporter Cathy Hernandez experience it […]

  • Prosecution plays recording of first 911 call at Aurora theater shooting trial

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — It was an intensely emotional day in the Aurora Theater shooting trial Thursday. Arapahoe County prosecutors played the first 911 call from inside the theater … gunfire blaring in the background. “Aurora 911. Where is your emergency? … I can’t hear you … what address? … there’s gunshots … what address??” Testimony during day 17 was also emotional and difficult to listen to. Holly Akers was in the theater when the shooting started. She described ducking when […]

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    Update: Bones found buried in Denver home were not human

    DENVER — Contractors working on a home in Denver unearthed a mystery that could be 100 years old. On Tuesday, Ray Evridge and his son were tearing up the floorboard in a home in the 3800 block of Adams Street when they discovered shoes belonging to a toddler. “My son Sebastian put a light up underneath and that’s when we found the remains, the bones.” Evridge said he found several bones, possibly belonging to a toddler. He was working on […]

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    Bones found buried inside Denver home

    DENVER — Contractors working on a home in Denver unearthed a mystery that could be 100 years old. On Tuesday, Ray Evridge and his son were tearing up the floorboard on a home in the 3800 block of Adams Street when they discovered shoes belonging to a toddler. “My son Sebastian put a light up underneath and that’s when we found the remains, the bones.” Evridge said he found several bones, possibly belonging to a toddler. He was working on […]

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    Metro State head basketball coach cited for DUI

    DENVER — Metro State University head basketball coach Derrick Clark has been cited for DUI. According to police reports, Auraria Campus police pulled Clark over at 7th and Colfax just after midnight Tuesday morning. The University released a statement late Wednesday night. “MSU Denver is aware that Coach Clark was arrested for a DUI yesterday. The University takes these type of allegations very seriously, both in terms of public safety and the conduct of a university employee.  MSU Denver President Stephen Jordan initiated an immediate review […]

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  • Gary Kozloff and Chris Halsne

    Drugged driving enforcement leading to false arrests?

    DENVER — Security guard Gary Kozloff typically walks the perimeter of a Denver construction site until at least midnight. It`s his second job, the first starting as early as 7 a.m. Last May, while heading home from his shift, Kozloff admits he was a little tired, but thought he was driving in a safe manner. He told FOX31 Problem Solver Chris Halsne. “I was doing 40 in a 55. I was just singing along with the radio.” Kozloff says he […]

  • Video: DU lacrosse coach on his team’s trip to the NCAA championship

    DENVER — The University of Denver Pioneers lacrosse team has made it to the NCAA final four for the fourth time in the last five years. DU Coach Bill Tierney spent time with FOX31 Denver’s Raul Martinez after DU overcame a deficit of 7-1 to beat Ohio State and earn a berth to the final four. DU plays No. 1 seed Notre Dame Saturday at 11 a.m. in the semi-final in Philadelphia.