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  • Toyota recalls 228,000 Tacoma trucks for potential crash risk

    TOKYO — Toyota is recalling 228,000 Tacoma vehicles because of an issue that could cause drivers to lose control. The company said the recall applies to certain 2016 and 2017 Tacoma trucks. The vehicles’ rear differential — the piece that connects the truck’s back two wheels — could leak oil. According to Toyota, that could lead to a crash if a vehicle is operated for a long time and damages the rear differential. Toyota’s website has a list of the vehicles […]

  • Unique Ideas For every bunny in Your Life

    Lifestyle expert, Whitney Cornelison,shows us some cool ideas for Easter Baskets. Easter Basket for the Foodie Gaea Organic Olive Snack Packs Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio Explore Cuisine Bean Pastas Viki’s Granola Easter Basket for the Kid Welch’s Easter Fruit Snacks Aquaball Munk Pack Oatmeal Fruit Squeezes Easter Basket for the College Student Veestro Sparkling Ice The Little Kernel “Miniature” Popcorn T-fal Ingenio 5 Second Chopper  

  • Target offers car seat trade-in at local stores

    MINNEAPOLIS — It’s spring cleaning time and if an old car seat is on the toss list, Target has you covered. Just in time for Earth Day, Target is teaming with TerraCycle for a car seat recycling program from April 17-30. Customers can drop off an old car seat at their local Target store to be recycled and then receive a coupon for 20 percent off any car seat purchase in store or at, good through May 31. After […]

  • Harkins Theatres purchases Olde Town 14 theater in Arvada

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Harkins Theatres has acquired the Olde Town 14 movie theater in Arvada, the chain announced. Harkins said it will move swiftly to dramatically upgrade and remodel the theater with plans to reopen in the fall. “Our Northfield at Stapleton location has been the top performer in the state for some time,” said Mike Bowers, president and chief operating officer of Harkins Theatres. “With the amazing success of this theater, we have been looking for just the right opportunity to […]

  • Public urged to protect pets after rabid skunk found in Lakewood

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — A skunk collected in Lakewood was infected with rabies, according to lab results from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The skunk was picked up near West 16th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard and came into contact with one dog that was up to date with its vaccines. The dog has received booster vaccinations and is on a 45-day home observation period. The skunk was submitted to CDPHE and the positive results of a rabies test were […]

  • Street sweeper

    Start of residential street sweeping in Denver pushed to Wednesday

    DENVER — The start of Denver’s residential street sweeping season was pushed back to Wednesday because of a spring storm. Street sweepers were expected to hit the streets Tuesday before a storm dropped heavy, wet, slushy snow in the city. Denver Public Works is reminding residents to move their vehicles on their street sweeping day so crews can sweep all the way to the curb. Denver’s street sweeping program removes dirt and debris off the streets so it stays out […]