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  • Pedestrian hit on E470

    Fort Collins man trying to cross E470 hit by at least 5 vehicles, dies at scene

    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. — A Fort Collins man was killed after being struck by a pickup truck while trying to cross E470 on Wednesday night, then was hit by at least four other vehicles in the roadway, the Colorado State Patrol said. The accident in the southbound lanes between Jewell and Quincy avenues happened about 7:20 p.m., the Colorado State Patrol said, closing the toll road for hours. Trooper Nate Reid said Richard Tabibi, 34, of Fort Collins was running […]

  • Parents to action to improve safety at Northglenn intersection

    Northglenn promises safety improvements after 2 children hit while walking to school

    NORTHGLENN, Colo. — The city of Northglenn promises changes after an accident that hurt two children while they walked to school Tuesday. The two boys, both middle school students, were hit by a car while crossing East 112th Avenue and Larson Drive to get to school. Parents say there aren’t enough warning signs to get drivers to slow down. Ashley Michels shows us what’s being done to improve kids’ safety there in her video report above.

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    Denver city auditor ‘troubled,’ says Denver Sheriff’s Department refuses to provide information

    DENVER — Another Denver city agency is blasting the Denver Sheriff’s Department, accusing it of trying to obstruct a department review. The Denver City Auditor says the Sheriff’s Department refuses to hand over documents about inmate complaints. A letter from Auditor Dennis Gallagher to Mayor Michael Hancock says, ” I am very troubled that your Sheriff’s Department is refusing to provide requested information that we need to conduct our audit.” It goes on, “Frankly we have encountered recalcitrance, foot-dragging and […]

  • Law enforcement officers visit kids at Children's Hospital

    Law enforcement officers from across Colorado visit kids at Children’s Hospital

    AURORA, Colo. — It was a very merry early Christmas at Children’s Hospital Wednesday. That’s thanks to hundreds of law enforcement officers from across the state. FOX31’s Dan Daru shows us how sometimes the best presents don’t come in a box in his video report above.  

  • Denver Zoo to become zero-waste facility

    Neighborhood fights Denver Zoo’s energy plan

    DENVER — A green energy plan at the Denver Zoo has some nearby residents concerned. The Zoo says it is working toward becoming a zero-waste facility by next year. But neighbors say part of the project — to turn waste into energy — is being built without community input. The neighbors say they have safety concerns. One resident compares what the Zoo is doing to the way fracking installations are built. Some neighbors say pare of the secrecy is because […]

  • Chris Harris Jr. takes kids Christmas shopping

    Broncos’ Chris Harris Jr. helps brighten the holidays for some deserving kids

    DENVER — Just days ago, Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. signed a new deal with the team worth tens of million of dollars. Tuesday night, he gave away some of that wealth to some children in Denver who could really use it this holiday season. With the help of Harris and hundreds of other volunteers, the Salvation Army is helping 20,000 families around the Denver area during the holidays with food, shelter and Christmas gifts.  

  • Law enforcement officer on a shopping spree

    Law enforcement officers make sure hundreds of kids get a toy for Christmas

    DENVER — Law enforcement officers from throughout metro Denver went on a special assignment Tuesday. They were on a mission to make sure hundreds of children will have a toy for Christmas. Dan Daru shows us their shopping mission in his video report.

  • Photo from Facebook Passenger Shaming page

    Airplane passengers behaving badly featured on popular ‘Passenger Shaming’ page

    DENVER — The busy Christmas travel season is almost here. That means lots of full flights as people head home. Denver International Airport says the two busiest days are Friday, December 19 and Monday, December 22. Many passengers and flight attendants say they’ve had it with rude passengers on planes who are behaving badly. They’re using Facebook and other social media to put photos of those passengers on a page called Passenger Shaming. It’s revenge for the traveling public. The […]

  • Elsa

    Nearly frozen kitten nursed back to health, adopted into permanent home

    DENVER — There is a happy ending to the story Elsa, the nearly frozen kitten, to report. The little kitten was found dying in the bitter cold of single-digit temperatures in mid-November. The family who found her put on her a heating pad and took her to the Dumb Friends League. The kitten was unresponsive and she was so cold that her temperature wouldn’t even register on a thermometer. Vets took immediate action and after an hour she regained consciousness. […]

  • Denver Broncos LB Danny Trevathan

    Broncos’ Danny Trevathan out for season with knee injury; Marshall out 1-2 weeks

    DENVER — Broncos’ linebacker Danny Trevathan is finished for the season after he dislocated a kneecap in Sunday’s game against San Diego. That news came Monday afternoon. The injury will require surgery according to head coach John Fox. “I just got off the phone with him. This game is tough and you look at some of the guys coming off of [injuries] last year—Danny’s had a rough season as far as knee issues—sometimes setbacks are setups for better things to […]

  • Suspect accused of stealing purses

    Police: 2 female purse-snatchers accused of using stolen credit cards on shopping sprees

    DENVER — Police want you to know about a couple of female crooks who are accused of snatching purses from other women. They’ve been caught on surveillance cameras committing their crimes. Police say the thieves are primarily targeting metro Denver restaurants and grocery stores. So, be careful about leaving your purses just sitting out on table and in grocery carts. Police say the suspects are using stolen credit cards to go on shopping sprees during their crime spree. Julie Hayden […]

  • Anti-gun violence demonstration in downtown Denver

    Anti-gun violence demonstrators in Denver gather to remember Sandy Hook

    DENVER — Colorado protesters Thursday remembered the victims of one of the deadliest school shootings in the United States. 20 children and six adults were shot to death at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut two years ago. A few hundred silent protesters got together for the memorial at the Capitol. They also want to stop future gun violence. There have been 95 shootings on school campuses since Sandy Hook. One of them happened one year ago when a gunman […]