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    Traffic delayed for hours after crash, fuel spill on northbound I-25 in central Denver

    DENVER — A crash between a semitruck and two other vehicles on northbound Interstate 25 near 23rd Avenue in central Denver resulted in a major traffic jam for several hours Thursday night. There were no serious injuries in the crash, but there was a fuel spill. Only one lane of traffic could get by the scene while crews worked to clean up the fuel.

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    2-county crime spree ends with suspect’s capture in Loveland

    LOVELAND, Colo. — Law enforcement captured a suspect in Loveland on Wednesday night after a crime spree that crossed Boulder and Larimer counties. The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office received calls about 5:30 p.m. about a man trying to steal cars from the parking lot at Praha Restaurant at 75th Street and Ute Highway. The sheriff’s office said the suspect had abandoned a car he stole about 3 p.m. near the Owl Canyon area of Larimer County. “When confronted by staff […]

  • Field rush at Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado

    Postgame field storming could cost CU $175,000

    BOULDER, Colo. — The University of Colorado football team was ranked eighth in the College Football Playoff rankings released Tuesday. The Buffaloes are 10-2 and won the Pac-12 South Division. They will play Washington in the conference title game on Friday night, marking a spectacular turnaround for the once woebegone program. But there’s a cost for the winning because of the recent field rushes by fans after wins at Folsom Field. A policy set by the Pac-12 Conference this season […]

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    Donald Trump looks to some tough critics for big jobs in adminstration

    WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald Trump is looking to some of his most bitter past opponents and critics as he assembles a Cabinet. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney went from being “one of the dumbest and worst candidates in the history of Republican politics,” who “choked like a dog” in his 2012 run against President Barack Obama, according to Trump, to now being considered for secretary of state. South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley went from being “very weak on immigration” and […]

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    Police look for southwest Denver kidnap, sexual assault suspect

    DENVER — Denver Police said Wednesday they are investigating a kidnap and sexual assault that happened in the southwest part of the city during the summer. They said there was a delay in the reporting of this incident. It happened on the night of July 30 at South Harlan Way and South Hobart Way in Bear Valley. That’s near West Yale Avenue and South Sheridan Boulevard. The suspect has the following description: Hispanic man Late 20s to early 30s Long, […]

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    Colorado beats Washington State, 38-24, takes step toward Pac-12 championship

    BOULDER, Colo. — The 10th-ranked University of Colorado football team took one more step toward the Pac-12 championship on Saturday with a 38-24 win against No. 20 Washington State at Folsom Field. It was the biggest win at home in a long time for the Buffaloes (7-1, 9-2 Pac-12) and fans celebrated by running onto the field after the end of the game. Colorado can win the Pac-12 South Division title if it beats Utah in Boulder on Nov. 26. […]

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    Launch of Colorado-built satellite a game-changer for weather forecasting

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The weather forecast is about to get better thanks to new satellites being built in Colorado. The GOES-R weather satellite was scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Saturday afternoon. But a problem with the vehicle forced a hold in the countdown. Once that was resolved, another issue down range forced the hold to continue. But an Atlas V rocket did launch and carry the weather satellite into orbit at the end of […]

  • Deadly house fire on East 7th Avenue in Aurora

    Son dies 2 days after mother killed in Aurora house fire

    AURORA, Colo. — The son of a woman who died in a house fire in Aurora on Wednesday has also died, according to the family. A post on the family’s GoFundMe page said Gabriel Vargas died Friday. Witnesses said he tried to save his mother, 58-year-old Janelle Vargas, from the burning house. She also died. The fire happened around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday at 12710 E. Seventh Ave.┬áIt spread to two neighboring homes. Gabriel Vargas was taken to University Hospital for […]

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    Police: 10-year-old stabs older brother in argument over cigarettes

    FOUNTAIN, Colo. — A 10-year-old stabbed his 20-year-old brother during an argument over some cigarettes, the Fountain Police Department said. The older brother had a minor stab wound on his arm. He was treated at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs and released. Responding officers said he refused to press charges against the 10-year-old. The case will go to the El Paso County District Attorney’s Office for further consideration.

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    Pedestrian seriously hurt in hit-and-run at 12th and Broadway

    DENVER — Police were looking for a vehicle and its driver who hit a pedestrian and left the scene near Broadway and 12th Avenue on Thursday night. The Denver Police Department said the pedestrian suffered serious injuries. Investigators were looking for a white box-type van that might have a ladder on top and one headlight burned out. Police did not release any other information about the crash late Thursday.

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    Family believes woman found burned to death was murdered

    DENVER — A vigil took place Saturday night to remember a woman who was found burned to death in west Denver last weekend. The Denver Police Department only said it’s a death investigation. They are waiting for test results to determine the exact cause of Alisha Ulibarri’s death. The family said this was no accident. They believe she was murdered. Firefighters responded to a makeshift homeless camp at West First Avenue and Federal Boulevard that was in flames. After they […]

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    Steamboat protesters: ‘More snow, less hate’

    STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. — Four young men who have had it with the way things are decided to protest on a street corner in downtown Steamboat Springs on Saturday. Their signs read, “More snow, less hate,” “Powder to the people,” “Make Colorado snow again,” and “Anything but summer.” Shannon Lukens of said they were yelling at drivers in the cars as they drove by the intersection of Fifth Street and Lincoln Avenue. The good news is a storm system […]