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  • Woman dies tubing in Clear Creek in Golden

    GOLDEN, Colo. — After multiple CPR attempts, a 48-year-old woman was pronounced dead in Golden Friday. This came after she flipped off her tube and went underwater in Clear Creek. This is the first tubing death in the area in years.  “Flipped off tube in rapids and got submerged under the water and came up on the south side of the creek where she was discovered,” Golden Fire Chief John Bales said.  Park rangers found her first, both EMS and […]

  • Police search for man wanted for murder near Huston Lake Park

    DENVER — Denver Police are searching for a man suspected in the death of another adult male on July 16 near Huston Lake Park. According to officials, the homicide happened around W. Kentucky Ave. and S. Alcott St. The time of the crime has not been provide and police have not stated a motive for the crime. Police say the men should be considered armed and dangerous. The suspect, Jesus Juardo Lugo, 18, is described as a 5-feet-9, 150 pound […]

  • Actress Mindy Kaling pregnant with first child

    Actress Mindy Kaling is pregnant with her first child, a life event a source close to the actress characterized as “an unexpected surprise.” Kaling first rose to fame as a cast member and writer on the popular show “The Office.” Since then, she has written two books and is now the main character of her own show on Hulu, “The Mindy Project,” which debuted in 2012. People magazine confirmed the pregnancy though Kaling has not yet issued an official statement. In […]

  • Jefferson County deputies calm, arrest man armed with a knife

    JEFFERSON COUNTY — Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputies successfully avoided a potentially deadly situation Sunday, calming a man with a knife who had broken into a home. The man reportedly threatened the homeowner with a knife after forcing his way into the home. The victim had safely escaped by the time officials arrived. When deputies entered the home, they found the suspect hiding under a bed in a basement bedroom. The man was still threatening injury with the knife when he […]

  • Uber tipping now an option offered by embattled ride-hailing service

    “No tip necessary” has long been a celebrated selling point for customers of the ride-hailing service, Uber, but now drivers can rejoice as the company rolls out a tipping option. A press release sent out by the company said that tipping has long been desired by drivers but the new tip feature is optional for riders. Uber says allowing riders to tack on additional money to their final charge creates a “magical” experience. Riders can tip via the app and […]

  • Inmate unsuccessfully attempts to disarm Larimer County Jail deputy

    LARIMER COUNTY — A deputy with the Larimer County Jail is safe despite an inmate’s attempt to steal his taser. The deputy was distracted as he was attending to other inmates when the suspect, Victor Altamirano, grabbed the taser that was in the deputy’s holster. The deputy was able to fend off the inmate, keep his taser in its holster and get control of Altamirano until help arrived. The suspect was moved to another area within the jail and there were no […]

  • Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to speak at Denver organization annual meeting

    DENVER — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will make an appearance in Denver on Thursday at the 44th annual American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) meeting. ALEC bills itself America’s largest nonpartisan, voluntary membership organization of state legislators dedicated to the principles of limited government, free markets and federalism. The organization says it is comprised of nearly one-quarter of the country’s state legislators and stakeholders and “is a forum for stakeholders to exchange ideas and develop real, state-based solutions to encourage growth, preserve economic […]

  • Aurora Fire Rescue fights brush fire in residential area

    AURORA — Pictures from a brush fire in Aurora depict how just a spark can cause a fairly significant blaze during Colorado’s dry summer. IT'S SO DRY OUT! Around 6pm tonight Engine 4 responded to a brush fire at Mississippi/Galena, Fire was 20×30 ft Undetermined cause-Be Safe! — Aurora Fire Rescue (@AuroraFireDpt) July 17, 2017 Aurora Fire Rescue tweeted out two pictures Sunday evening, showing a brush fire that lit up a yard at Mississippi and Galena. According to […]

  • Caitlyn Jenner teases possible run for Senate seat

    Caitlyn Jenner is the latest celebrity to tease a possible run for political office, saying in an interview on Cats Roundtable that she has considered securing a Senate seat in California. “I like the political side of it. If there’s one thing — I work very closely with the American Unity Fund — that their sole purpose, their mission statement is to get the Republican party to do a better job with all LGBT issues,” she commented. Jenner has loudly […]

  • Vehicle hits, kills pedestrian in Denver

    DENVER — A vehicle hit and killed a pedestrian at Crown Boulevard and Albrook Drive Saturday night. A viewer sent in footage and pictures of the scene at 8:08 p.m. Denver police confirmed the crash at 8:46 p.m. Officials confirmed the victim is an adult male. The suspect reportedly stayed on scene and is cooperating with police. #HeadsUp: #DPD investigating a fatal auto/pedestrian crash at Crown Blvd/Albrook Dr. Albrook Dr closed to traffic. Alt route advised. — Denver Police […]

  • Family’s car stolen as daughter battles cancer at children’s hospital

    AURORA, Colo. — The family of an 11-year-old girl was inside Children’s Hospital Colorado when their car was stolen from an adjacent parking lot. Jennifer Tyler reached out to FOX31, saying her daughter is currently battling Leukemia at the Aurora hospital before being transferred to a different facility out of state for more advanced treatment. While awaiting the move, the rest of the Tyler family is staying across the street at the SpringHill Suites Denver at Anschutz Medical Campus at 13400 […]

  • Bear in Steamboat Springs gets trapped in SUV, shreds its way out

    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. — The owner of a Steamboat Springs vacation planning company was surprised to find one of his vehicles shredded from the inside out. Robin Craigen is the owner of Moving Mountains and says his housekeepers forgot to lock the SUV when they left to clean a home. Protocol requires owners of the cars to secure their vehicles when leaving, even if for just a short amount of time. The car that was destroyed in the attack was […]