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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.

Recent Articles
  • Denver Police are looking for two men associated with the theft of a Jeep Grand Cherokee. (Photo: Crime Stoppers)

    Denver Police looking for 2 men associated with ‘JEWELS’ Jeep theft

    DENVER — Authorities are looking for two men associated with a stolen black Jeep, which was used during a theft. The 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT has a vanity license plate of JEWELLS, police said in a Crime Stoppers bulletin. It was stolen on Oct. 5 out of Lakewood. Within a few hours of the theft, the driver who took it used the Jeep drive to 2960 Inca Street in Denver, where he allegedly stole items from another car. The […]

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    Man sentenced to 30 years for Grizzly Rose murder

    DENVER — The man who shot and killed a security guard at the Grizzly Rose in Denver was sentenced to 32 years in prison after agreeing to a plea deal on Monday. Gerald Michael Anthony Gurule, and two other men, went to the Grizzly Rose, a popular country western dance club, in December 2008 where they planned to break into cars in the parking lot. They were confronted by a security guard and an off-duty police officer who went to […]

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    Joan Rivers died from ‘therapeutic complications,’ medical examiner says

    NEW YORK — Comedian Joan Rivers died of “therapeutic complications” during a procedure to evaluate her “voice changes” and stomach reflux, the New York medical examiner said Thursday. “The classification of a death as a therapeutic complication means that the death resulted from a predictable complication of medical therapy,” the report said. Rivers, 81, died September 4, a week after an appointment at Manhattan’s Yorkville Endoscopy clinic. The medical examiner’s investigation ruled that the cause of death was “anoxic encephalopathy […]

  • Snowmaking at A-Basin on Oct. 1, 2014. (Photo: Arapahoe Basin Ski Area)

    A-Basin says it will open Friday

    DENVER — Arapahoe Basin Ski Area plans to start running lifts for the 2014/15 season on Friday. A-Basin will be the first ski resort in Colorado to open to skiers and riders.  The intermediate High Noon trail will open at 9 a.m. “Conditions have been outstanding for snowmaking and we are very excited to open this Friday,” said Alan Henceroth, A-Basin’s Chief Operating Officer. “It is always great to watch people have fun skiing and riding. I look forward to […]

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    Father says it’s ‘still difficult to process’ how Karl Pierson became Arapahoe HS shooter

    DENVER — In an interview the father of Arapahoe High School shooter Karl Pierson said he still is having trouble understanding how his son could become a killer. Karl Pierson shot and killed Claire Davis and tried to kill the debate team coach before turning a gun on himself on Dec. 13. Friday, authorities released parts of the 18-year-old senior’s diary which described how he planned the shooting for several months. Mark Pierson told The Denver Post Tuesday that he […]

  • Apple unveiled two new iPhones, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, at their September 9, 2014 announcement. The phones are "the biggest advancement in the history of iPhone," Apple CEO Tim Cook said.

    FBI director: iPhones protect pedophiles

    NEW YORK — Apple’s new privacy features protect kidnappers, pedophiles and terrorists, according to FBI director James Comey. In an interview on CBS’ “60 Minutes” on Sunday, Comey said Apple’s encryption standards for iPhones and iPads “put people beyond the law.” Apple recently took measures to enhance user privacy. Now, only users have the key to unlock text messages, photos and emails on their device. As such, iOS 8 will shield your data from anyone — including police. Here’s how […]

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    Deputies: Escaped prisoner stealing cars, credit cards across metro area

    DENVER — Travis Sandlin, the inmate who escaped from the Jefferson County Jail has been stealing cars and credit cards, sheriff’s deputies said Thursday. The thefts have happened in cities across the metro area, said Jacki Kelley of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. “Sandlin has been an opportunistic criminal by stealing cars with keys left in the ignition, and has also committed burglaries by taking advantage of open garage doors,” Kelley said. “The stolen credit cards have been used across […]

  • The man in the composite is a person of interest that may have information that will help with the investigation. (Photo: Loveland Police Department)

    Loveland Police release sketch of person of interest in sex assault

    LOVELAND, Colo. — Authorities in Loveland released a sketch of a man they want to speak with in connection with a sex assault last month. The assault happened on Sept. 28 behind Gil’s Mini Shop on S. Lincoln Avenue, said Det. Rob Pride of the Loveland Police Department. The victim went to the hospital after the assault and was treated there for two days before hospital staff contacted police asking them to investigate. Pride said the assault happened between 7 […]

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    AT&T settles, will pay $105 million to customers – here’s how to get your refund

    NEW YORK — Listen up, AT&T customers: You may be in for a refund. AT&T has agreed to pay $105 million for “cramming” unauthorized charges on the monthly bills of its wireless customers, federal and state regulators announced Wednesday. The charges — typically $9.99 per month — came from third-party services for things like trivia, horoscopes and love tips. AT&T is accused of keeping at least 35% of the fees, as well as obscuring the charges on bills and preventing […]

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    Same-sex marriage supporters to rally at 10th Circuit in Denver

    DENVER — Supporters of same-sex marriage will rally at the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in downtown Denver on Wednesday to advance their cause elsewhere. The rally will include elected officials, clergy and other prominent supporters including Tim Gill and representatives of the ACLU and NAACP. The rally is scheduled to happen at 5:30 p.m. It’s sponsored by Why Marriage Matters Colorado. Director Wendy Howell says they not only want to celebrate marriage equality here but they also want to […]