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  • 2 men in critical condition after shooting at house party in Denver

    DENVER — Three men were shot at a home in Denver’s Montbello neighborhood overnight. Two of the victims are in critical condition, according to the Denver Police Department. The shooting happened just before 2 a.m. at a home in the 5500 block of North Sable Street, DPD confirmed. That’s just southwest of East 56th Avenue and Chambers Road. The shooting appears to be the result of an argument at a house party, investigators stated. One man was shot in the abdomen […]

  • Man missing from Longmont last seen in New Mexico

    LONGMONT, Colo. — A 26-year-old man with a condition that requires medication has been missing since Friday. Richard (Rick) Steven Rue is from Longmont. His last known location was at the Good-To-Go store in Williamsburg, New Mexico, according to a statement released by the Longmont Police Department. “It is unknown why Rick left Colorado or where he may be going,” investigators stated. Family members say this is unusual behavior for him. Rue is believed to be driving a 1994 White Ford […]

  • Rockies center fielder Charlie Blackmon shows off custom Memorial Day cleats

    DENVER — Colorado Rockies center fielder Charlie Blackmon showed off some custom cleats made just for Memorial Day. The Nike cleats are camo in the front. One has the U.S. Marine Corps logo emblazoned on the side and the other has the iconic image of Marines planting the American flag in the ground at the Battle of Iwo Jima. The backs of the shoes feature an eagle, the stars and stripes of the American flag, and the words “Semper Fi.” Memorial Day […]

  • Deputy among 8 killed in shooting spree in Mississippi; suspect in custody

    LINCOLN COUNTY, Miss. — A sheriff’s deputy is among eight people killed in a shooting spree in Lincoln County, Mississippi. Authorities from multiple agencies took Willie Cory Godbolt into custody in Brookhaven Sunday morning after shootings in three separate locations, according to the Clarion-Ledger, daily newspaper based in Jackson. It started with a report of a domestic violence incident in the community of Bogue Chitto at about 11:30 p.m., the paper reported. Investigators reportedly found four bodies inside the home […]

  • Watch: Crazy crash at Indy 500 takes out two cars

    INDIANAPOLIS — A scary crash took out two cars in the “Biggest Race in the World” on Sunday. In the 53rd lap of the Indianapolis 500, driver Jay Howard clipped the wall, swerved back to the left, missed one car and clipped Scott Dixon‘s car. The crash sent Dixon’s car airborne, and pieces of the car flew off as it flipped and twisted through the air before hitting the top of the wall. Glad to see both drivers are okay after […]

  • ‘It was like a horror movie’: Kayaker escapes terrifying great white shark attack

    MONTEREY, Calif. — A newly released video shows a great white shark attacking a man’s kayak in Monterey Bay in March. “It all started with a bang,” Brian Correiar said in an interview with National Geographic. “Suddenly the kayak was launched into the air and I fell halfway out of it.” Then the shark bit into his 14-foot kayak, just three feet away from him, Correiar told NatGeo. Correiar said, at first, he was frozen in shock. But Correiar, an experienced SCUBA instructor, […]

  • Pockets of methane gas detected near site of deadly Firestone home explosion

    FIRESTONE, Colo. — Pockets of methane gas remain trapped underground near the site of a deadly home explosion in Firestone, the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation said Thursday. In a presentation to the Oak Meadows Homeowners Association, the COCG shared a photo showing areas with higher concentrations of methane. The dotted red line marks the abandoned flow lines running to the home that exploded April 17. Crews detected elevated levels of methane in two distinct areas, near the site of […]

  • More than 80 cats, kittens rescued from hoarder in Sterling

    STERLING, Colo. — More than 80 cats were rescued from a hoarder on Wednesday, the Sterling Police Department said. The Colorado Humane Society and SPCA (CHS) assisted police and the Logan County Humane Society in removing the cats and kittens from the home at 306 Clark St. Aurora Animal Service helped transport the cats to the Dumb Friends League. The cats will receive a medical evaluation, care and shelter at the Dumb Friends League while the case is pending. “The animals […]

  • Woman sues Jelly Belly, claims she didn’t know Sport Beans contain sugar

    SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, Calif. — A California woman is suing Jelly Belly, claiming the “fancy phrasing” on the packaging of its “Sport Beans” tricked her into believing the product was sugar-free. And she might have a case, Fox News reports. Jessica Gomez filed the lawsuit earlier this year, claiming the Sport Beans are marketed as an exercise supplement, according to Legal News Line. The Jelly Belly website advertises Sport Beans as “Scientifically formulated to maximize sports performance.” “Clinically proven to maximize sports performance, each bean is […]

  • Death of 18-month-old girl in Otero County investigated by CBI

    OTERO COUNTY, Colo. — The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is looking into the death of a toddler in southeastern Colorado. The child is an 18-month-old girl, according to the CBI. The CBI said the Rocky Ford Police Department and the 16th Judicial District Attorney’s Office asked the CBI to assist with the investigation into the girl’s death. The CBI said the case remains an active investigation and did not release any other details about the victim or the cause of death.

  • Traveling Vietnam War Memorial wall arrives in Fort Collins

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The city of Fort Collins will honor Vietnam War veterans during its annual Memorial Day weekend celebration. On Wednesday, Colorado State Patrol troopers, police, sheriff and motorcycle associations escorted a 360-foot traveling Vietnam War Memorial wall into the city. Procession escorting Vietnam veteran memorial wall to Veterans Plaza of NoCO in #FortCollins. @FCPolice @LarimerSheriff — Poudre Fire (@poudrefire) May 24, 2017 The traveling tribute wall is an 80 percent scale replica of the Vietnam Memorial and will be […]

  • Southbound I-25 reopens at Hampden after 3-car crash

    DENVER — Southbound Interstate 25 reopened at Hampden Avenue in Denver after a three-vehicle hit-and-run crash on Thursday afternoon, the Denver Police Department said. One person was taken to a hospital with serious injuries, police said. There was no other information available about the victim. Traffic was backed up to downtown at about 3:20 p.m. The highway reopened at about 3:45 p.m. and traffic was beginning to loosen up. Police did not say whether the hit-and-run driver was in custody.