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  • Longmont 911

    911 dispatcher honored for helping keep Michelle Wilkins alive after her attack

    DENVER — A big honor Thursday night for the woman who helped keep Michelle Wilkins alive during her terrifying ordeal. It was a little over two months ago when Beth Kemper took the 911 call from Wilkins, who had just been attacked and had her unborn baby stolen from her womb. Kemper, a 911 dispatcher in Longmont, was named National Telecommunicator of the Year Thursday night. The honor came from the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials in recognition for […]

  • DCIS at Ford School in Denver

    First grade girls find staff member at DCIS at Ford school passed out in bathroom

    DENVER — Four first grade girls found a staff member at Denver Center for International Studies at Ford in Denver passed out in a bathroom late Thursday morning. Administrators at the school sent a letter home to parents about what happened. The letter from Principal Ginger Conroy read in part, “The students thought the staff member was sleeping. They quickly reported it to their teacher and I commend them for doing so! The staff member was taken to the hospital […]

  • shrimp

    Fraser’s Favorites recipe: Bacon jalapeño lime shrimp skewers

    DENVER — They were grilling bacon jalapeño lime shrimp skewers along with charred corn guacamole & corn chips and some sweet & spicy coleslaw for Fraser’s Favorites Thursday. Chef Natalie Thompson from Johnson & Wales University joined Dave Fraser. The wine and beer pairing came from King Soopers. Here are the recipes: Bacon jalapeño lime shirmp skewers Ingredients: 1 lb. 16 to 20 count shrimp, peeled and deveined with tails left on. 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1 lime, juiced […]

  • Swift water rescue training at Bear Creek Lake Park

    High water creates perfect time for swift water rescue training

    DENVER — All of the recent rain has caused Colorado rivers and creeks to swell. High water can be dangerous, and rescue crews are taking advantage of it. Ashley Michels shows us how they’re taking the opportunity to get in some good swift water rescue training in her video report.

  • Confluence Park area in Denver

    Denver making improvements at Confluence Park

    DENVER — If you pass over the Speer viaduct, you probably have noticed the South Platte is flowing fast and high with all the recent rain. So, too, is Cherry Creek, making for water over bike paths and even green space. “We are using some $4.2 million to re-do Shoemaker Plaza, which sits just west of the river,” said Mark Bernstein with Denver Parks. “The old ramps were not ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant, so those will be changed. […]

  • Cherry Creek Mall parking lot in Denver

    Cherry Creek Mall shopper calls for action after being attacked in parking lot

    DENVER — A Cherry Creek Mall shopper is calling for action after she was attacked in a parking lot outside the mall earlier this month. She and others are demanding security be increased. Mark Meredith has more information along with some advice about keep yourself protected.

  • Bear destroys bird feeders outside of a home in Evergreen, Colo

    Video: Bear destroys bird feeders in Evergreen

    EVERGREEN, Colo. — A surveillance camera caught a bear coming across some bird feeders outside of a house in Evergreen. Dave Masters of Evergreen said his family was out of town and forgot to bring in the bird feeders before leaving. The camera captured the bear’s visit early Sunday morning — and the bear was very happy to find the bird feeders.

  • Wild spring weather raises avalanche danger in mountains

    LOVELAND PASS, Colo. — Wild spring weather has created dangerous conditions throughout the state. All of the wet weather has dumped plenty of snow in the high country this month. It snowed on Loveland Pass on Wednesday night. Earlier, an avalanche closed U.S. 6, and the avalanche danger is rising because of the large amount of snow that has fallen.

  • New app puts delivery of almost everything to your home at your fingertips

    DENVER — Imagine getting just about anything, within reason,  delivered to your home for a small fee. It’s becoming the rage for people on the go with little time to spare. It starts with the “Favor” app. Dan Daru breaks down the numbers to see exactly how much this new convenience will cost.  

  • DU lacrosse team’s national championship team celebrated with rally on campus

    DENVER — One day after the University of Denver made history, the men’s lacrosse national championship team was celebrated on the school’s campus. Kami Carmann was there and shows how the Pioneers have influenced a generation of lacrosse players. Even Mayor Michael Hancock was excited for the Pioneers and took a selfie with some of the team members.

  • Truck vs. Median crash at I-70 and Peoria in Denver

    Truck versus median crash backs up traffic in both directions on I-70 at Peoria

    DENVER — A dump truck versus concrete median crash backed up traffic in both directions on I-70 at Peoria Street in Denver Tuesday afternoon. I-70 was backed up for miles each direction. I-25 was impacted as well. Denver Police said nobody was hurt. Video from SkyFOX showed crews working to clean up a 50-60 gallon fuel spill. That information was from a Denver Fire Department spokesperson who also said the area was closed to traffic as of about 5:00 p.m. […]

  • Some residents blame the city for increase in homeless in Denver

    DENVER — There are more than 3,200 people in Denver who are homeless. It’s causing problems for some residents who say the city shares the blame. Tammy Vigil met with one man who shared his frustration with how the issue is being handled.