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Thomas is the Digital Content Manger for KDVR.com and KWGN.com He has worked as a digital journalist in Denver for five years now.

After graduating from the University of Colorado at Boulder, Thomas worked as a web writer for KMGH in Denver. In November 2012, joined the web staff at KDVR as Digital Content Manager.

Feel free to send comments to Thomas.Hendrick@KDVR.com or call 303-566-7590.


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    Police: Man making ATM withdraws with numbers taken from RTD skimmers

    DENVER — A man police believe installed a credit card skimmer on pay machines at RTD light rail stations has been using stolen credit card numbers to make withdrawals at local ATMs. According to a Crime Stoppers bulletin, credit card skimmers were placed on ticket kiosks during October and the first week of November. According to RTD spokesman Scott Reed, neither they, nor Denver Police, were aware of the skimmers until customers started reporting that their credit cards had been […]

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    $1 million bond set for man accused of shooting Aurora officer

    AURORA, Colo. — Authorities identified the suspect accused of shooting an Aurora Police officer Friday night. Jahvell Daquan Forrest faces of charge of first-degree attempted murder of a police officer and first-degree assault of a police officer, said interim Police Chief Terry Jones. “We are absolutely certain we have the gunman,” Jones while sharing details about the arrest during a news conference Friday. Jones said the investigation leading to Forrest had many “unique twists and turns” and involved officers going […]

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    James Holmes defense asks for new judge citing ‘barrage of insults’

    DENVER — Attorneys for accused mass shooter James Holmes filed a motion to a new judge to oversee the case, but their requested was rejected by the very person they sought to remove. Judge Carlos Samour denied the defense motion calling it “meritless.” Holmes’ defense has said Samour has targeted them with a “barrage of insults.” They claimed he has used terms describing their work including “apathetic,” “halfhearted,” “lackluster” and “anemic” as proof of a bias. In his rejection of […]

  • Investigators looked into the circumstances of a shooting at an Evans home in which a man and teenage girl were killed and a woman was injured on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014.

    Authorities believe man, daughter were shot to death in Evans; Wife shot in head

    EVANS, Colo. — Authorities have identified the victims of a triple shooting in Evans but are still investigating the circumstances of the incident that killed two people. Officers were sent to the house in the 2400 block of Marina Street about 1:30 p.m. after a man’s employer called to say he missed work and he was having personal issues. Police knocked on the door of the house and Natalya Perrin answered. Perrin had a head wound and was taken to Northern […]

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    Dust storm over southern Colorado captured from the air

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Monday’s storm front that dropped temperatures by as much as 50 degrees in 24 hours also created a large dust storm that was visible from space. As the Arctic air moved south, it picked up dust in southeastern Colorado and created a Haboob. Amanda Wicks was flying from Los Angeles to Chicago when she saw the leading edge of the storm. She took a photo and posted it on Twitter. A dust storm outside of Colorado. […]

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    Many state offices closed on Tuesday

    DENVER — Many state offices will be closed on Tuesday for Veterans Day. State driver’s license offices, the Department of Public Health and Environment’s vital records office and executive branch departments will be among the closed facilities, said Denver city spokeswoman Kathy Green. History Colorado and most of Colorado’s state parks will be open but administrative offices will be closed. Colorado Parks and Wildlife will offer all military men and women free admission to Colorado’s state parks on Veterans Day, […]

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    Failure to signal a lane change leads troopers to find half a million in meth

    CLEAR CREEK, Colo. — A routine traffic stop led a Colorado State Patrol trooper to find 27 pounds of methamphetamine worth half a million dollars. Sisters Jeanette and Luz Maria Aguilar were driving along Interstate 70 on Sept. 8 in Clear Creek County when Jeanette, who was driving, failed to signal a lane change. A Colorado State Patrol trooper saw the car and pulled it over, said Jill Sarmo, spokeswoman for the 5th Judicial District Attorney’s Office. The trooper noticed […]

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    Appeals court orders retrial for woman convicted of causing crash that killed 2 librarians

    DENVER — A court of appeals has ordered a new trial for a Denver woman who was convicted in 2010 of causing a crash that killed two Connecticut librarians. The court ruled that Sandra Jacobson did not get a fair trial because the judge in the case did not ask the jury if they had seen a news report about her previous convictions. The news story described one of Jacobson’s previous convictions on drunken driving. The court said the information […]

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    Natural gas line ruptures in Weld County; Evacuations lifted

    WELD COUNTY, Colo. — A natural gas line ruptured in Weld County Friday morning, sheriff’s deputies said. In a tweet the Weld County Sheriff’s Office said there was an “explosion” of a gas line near Weld County Road 50 and Weld County Road 53 southeast of Greeley around 9 a.m. but later amended that to say it was a rupture. The Greeley Tribune reported a pipe company digging a trench hit a high-pressure line, causing the rupture. The gas line […]

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    RTD finds credit card skimmers at 3 light rail stations

    LITTLETON, Colo. — Law enforcement found three credit card skimmers at RTD light rail stations Wednesday. The first skimmer was found at the Drycreek station by an RTD staffer. Deputies from the Arapahoe Sheriff’s Office responded and said the skimmers were found on a false panel and were powered by a battery. Littleton Police found skimmer devices at the Broadway and Mineral stations later in the day. Skimmers are used by identity thieves to collect credit card information. They are […]