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    Autopsy report: Sisters found dead in Seychelles had fluid in their lungs

    ANSE BOILEAU, Seychelles — We now have autopsy results on two American woman, one with ties to the Denver area, who were found dead at a luxury resort in the Seychelles, but the mystery of their deaths has not been solved. Sisters Annie and Robin Korkki were found unresponsive in their room on the African island. A doctor pronounced them dead at the Maia Luxury Resort & Spa on Sept. 22. The autopsy report states the women died from acute […]

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    Freebies, other deals available on National Coffee Day

    DENVER — Thursday is National Coffee Day and to mark the occasion, several places are offering free cups of joe. The origins of this day of caffeinated celebration are largely unknown, but who needs an origin story to justify that second, third or fourth cup? Statistics suggest that coffee-loving Finns will outdo the rest of the world. Finland is No. 1 in the world for coffee consumption per capita, according to data collected by market research provider Euromonitor International. On […]

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    Largest-ever campaign in Denver launched to reduce food waste

    DENVER — Mayor Michael Hancock launched the largest-ever food waste reduction campaign in Denver on Wednesday. The campaign called “Save the food, share the food” will encourage people across the city to reduce food waste. Find information on the campaign’s website.    

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    Denver Elections Division sees uptick in registrations

    DENVER – The city and county of Denver has seen an uptick in new voters. Over a 24-hour period surrounding the presidential debate on Monday, more than 1,000 people registered to vote in Denver. The 24-hour total is a fraction of the amount who registered during the past week, according to election officials. The Denver Elections Division believes a Facebook registration push is behind much of the success. In just one day following the online campaign launch this year, 2,695 […]

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    One arrested after another fight on 16th Street Mall caught on video

    DENVER — Police responded to another violent outburst along the 16th Street Mall on Monday night — and it was captured on video. Neal Rigger shared video of the incident outside the Jamba Juice at 16th and California streets just after 10 p.m. that appears to show a handful of people involved . Officers from the Denver Police Department responded in less than two minutes to break up the fight. A police spokesman said officers arrested Shonquez Dorsey on charges of […]

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    Motorcyclists dress up, ride for a cause

    DENVER — If you were in the downtown Denver area on Sunday, you may have seen several motorcyclists dressed up and riding around town. Over 250 motorcyclists dressed up on vintage and classic bikes – all for a good cause. The group was raising money for prostate cancer research and male suicide awareness. This was the fifth annual ride for the group and they raised over $45,000.

  • At this time, police cannot identify the male that fired the fatal shoots at Cascade Mall in Burlington, Washington Friday evening, according to Lt. Christopher E. Cammock, Mount Vernon Police Department.

Screen captures from security footage is being circulated so the community can help us identify him, Cammock says.

    Manhunt underway after gunman kills 5 at mall in Washington

    BURLINGTON, Wash. — A man has died as a result of Friday night’s shooting at Cascade Mall in Burlington, Washington, bringing the number of people killed in the shooting to five, Washington State Patrol confirms. The shooter is not in custody. The suspect left the scene before police arrived and is still on the loose. He was last seen walking toward Interstate 5, armed with a rifle. Sgt. Francis tweeted a description of the suspect. He is described as a Hispanic […]

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    Aurora Central HS football players take knee during national anthem

    AURORA, Colo. — About half of the Aurora Central High School football team kneeled during the national anthem during Friday’s homecoming game against Mountain Range High School. According to fans, some members of the team have been kneeling for several weeks at games. The high schoolers joining in protest of police violence. Professional football player Colin Kaepernick started the trend by not standing during the national anthem to protest brutality and racial injustice. Like it or not, the protests have […]

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    Storm brings snow to Colorado high country; cooler temperatures to Denver

    DENVER — We’ve had afternoon temperatures in the 70s and 80s for almost the entire month of <a href=”http://www.accuweather.com/en/us/denver-co/80203/september-weather/347810″>September</a&gt;, but that’s about to change. Snow arrived at the higher elevations in the Mountains Friday. A storm system moving over the Colorado mountains will arrive in Denver and move onto the eastern plains. It will whip up the wind from the south later Friday, with gusts near 40mph Related: <a href=”http://kdvr.com/weather/maps-and-radar/interactive-radar/”>Track the storms with Pinpoint Weather Interactive Radar</a> Several stranded vehicles […]

  • COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - JULY 29: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump flashes a thumps up at the Gallogly Event Center on the campus of the University of Colorado on July 29, 2016 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  The Trump rally came the day after Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for president.  (Photo by Joe Mahoney/Getty Images)

    Professor says science proves a probable Trump presidency

    DENVER – ‘Congratulations, President Trump.’ The phrase is said with certainty by Professor Allan Lichtman, a man who has accurately predicted the winner of every presidential election since 1984. Lichtman eschews polls, demographics, and his own personal political bias. Instead, he relies on what he calls ‘Keys to the White House.’ Those include a series of true and false statements. Lichtman fully outlines his method in his book, ‘Predicting the Next President: The Keys to the White House.’ A few of […]