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  • Anti-Semitic incidents spike in Colorado

    DENVER — According to data released Monday by the Anti-Defamation League, there has been a surge in anti-Semitic incidents in Colorado in recent years. According to the ADL, there were 29 cases of harassment and threats,15 cases of vandalism and one physical assault on a Jewish person in Colorado in 2016. Those 45 incidents are more than double the 18 reported in 2015. In just in the first few months of this year,15 anti-Semitic incidents have been recorded, including two […]

  • Man accused of driving car through Berthoud High School

    BERTHOUD, Colo. — A man is in custody for allegedly driving a car through Berthoud High School, the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office said. On Feb. 14, sheriff’s deputies responded to a call about 5:40 a.m. from a school staff member reporting damage to the building. When a deputy arrived, he found that it appeared a vehicle had driven into the building through a set of glass doors and exited through a second set of glass doors, causing damage estimated at more than $35,000. […]

  • Police search for suspects in South High School break-in

    DENVER — Police are trying to track down at least five people who they say broke into South High School early Monday morning. Authorities say five juvenile males were caught on security cameras breaking into the school at 1700 E. Louisiana Ave. just before 3 a.m. and left the building with a box. There’s no visible damage to the school and officials say it’s not clear what was inside the box. Denver Public Schools is sending a letter to parents notifying them of […]

  • McDonald’s new uniforms widely panned

    OAK BROOK, Ill. — The new employee uniforms just unveiled by McDonald’s are getting slammed on social media. The fast food chain collaborated with two fashion designers for the new look, though some are using words like “dark,” “soul crushing” and “McDeathStar” to describe the lack of color. McDonald’s said the goal was comfort and “contemporary professionalism.” A Big Mac meal? Okay, let me go down into our coal mine to get that for you. #District12 #TheHungerGames #McDonalds — Paige […]

  • Loveland motel explosion ruled accidental

    LOVELAND, Colo. — An explosion at a Loveland motel over the weekend that displaced eight people was caused by a natural gas leak, Loveland Fire Rescue Authority said Monday. The fire has been ruled accidental. The blast sparked a fire in one room and the roof of the Rosebud Motel on Eisenhower Boulevard. The flames then spread to three units and the attic before it was contained. Two people were taken to the hospital, while two others and a firefighter […]

  • Sexually violent predator not allowed to move to Jamestown area

    JAMESTOWN, Colo. — The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office will not host a community meeting in Jamestown about Christopher Edward Lawyer, a sexually violent predator. Lawyer, who was looking to move to the Bar-K neighborhood west of the town, will not move to the area, the sheriff’s office. The Colorado State Parole Board decided not to allow him to reside in the Bar-K neighborhood because the remote neighborhood would take law enforcement a lengthy amount of time to respond to if he […]

  • Clothing retailer Bebe closing all stores before summer

    WASHINGTON — A Friday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission revealed women’s clothing retailer Bebe will close all of its stores before summer. According to the company, which brands itself “unique, sophisticated and timelessly sexy,” it expects to shutter all of its brick-and-mortar locations by the end of May. Before Friday’s announcement, the chain said it planned to close 21 stores, or 12 percent of the company outlets. Bebe said it is “exploring strategic alternatives” to its current retail model, leading […]

  • Pueblo man arrested after stabbing

    PUEBLO, Colo. — A man was arrested after a stabbing early Friday morning, the Pueblo Police Department said. Around 6 a.m., officers responded to a hospital to speak with a male stabbing victim who was being treated. The victim, a 49-year-old man, said he was stabbed after he stopped to pick up his girlfriend at 1600 E. 14th St. When he arrived, the man said he was attacked by 26-year-old Marcos Garcia, who stabbed him in the front and back. The man took […]

  • Woman sentenced in death of 4-month-old son

    GREELEY, Colo. — A judge has sentenced a woman for her role in the 2015 death of her 4-month-old son, Donovan Archuleta. Angelica Chavez was sentenced to eight years in prison followed by five years of parole , according to a tweet by the Weld County District Attorney. The death was determined to have been a result of child abuse and Chavez had faced up to 16 years in prison. Police and medical crews responded just after midnight on Aug. […]

  • Study: Educators pay a high price to teach in Denver

    DENVER — A study by Apartment List found Denver is among the least affordable cities for teachers to live and work in the country. Taking into consideration local teacher salary and median cost to rent, the study found Denver ranked 40 out of 50 metro areas for affordability. In Denver, a first-year teacher makes on average $3,321 per month. That teacher would have to spend 26 percent of their income to pay for their share of a two-bedroom apartment. Locally, a […]

  • Teen arrested in Israel connected to Boulder Jewish Community Center bomb threats

    BOULDER, Colo. — A Jewish teenager who was arrested in Israel in March for his connection to a spate of bomb threats to Jewish community centers across the U.S. is also connected to one in Boulder, police said Friday. The identity of the 19-year-old has not been released, but officials said the suspect holds dual citizenship in Israel and the U.S. The Boulder Jewish Community Center at 6007 Oreg Ave. was reported Jan. 31. The teen also made threats to […]

  • Baby hippo born at Memphis Zoo captures hearts, needs a name

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Memphis Zoo recently welcomed a new addition to the family in the form of a 76-pound baby hippopotamus. The yet-to-be-named baby is 2 weeks old and sticks close to her mother. Are you following us on Instagram stories? We caught this adorable moment this morning of our #babyhippo. — Memphis Zoo (@MemphisZoo) April 7, 2017 The zoo is holding a naming contest on its website, asking people to choose among the names Venus, Cleo, Winnie, […]