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  • Rollover crash on E-470 at 88th Avenue kills one person

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — One person died in a rollover crash during on E-470 at East 88th Avenue during the evening commute Thursday, the Colorado State Patrol said. The single-vehicle crash happened in the southbound lanes, which were closed during the investigation. There were significant delays in the area. Officials urged people traveling on southbound E-470 to exit at 120th, 104th or 96th avenues. A Colorado State Patrol spokesman said there were four people in the vehicle that crashed. There […]

  • Denver Fire Department car, bicyclist collide in downtown Denver

    DENVER — A Denver Fire Department car was involved in a crash at West 14th Avenue and Galapago Street on Wednesday afternoon. The car and a person on a bicycle collided. They bicyclist suffered minor injuries, according to a fire department spokesman. Denver Fire car involved in minor accident at 14th And Galapago. One party with minor injures paramedics being dispatched to scene — Denver Fire Dept. (@Denver_Fire) May 24, 2017

  • Undocumented immigrant living in sanctuary granted stay of removal

    DENVER — An undocumented immigrant from Peru who has been living in sanctuary in a Denver church to avoid deportation has been granted a stay of removal. Ingrid Encalada Latorre, 33, made the announcement Saturday afternoon. Her stay of removal is in effect until Aug. 7. “We are human beings. We are your neighbors and friends living and working alongside citizens. I appreciate this opportunity to safely continue my legal case from my home. I will continue to organize until […]

  • 4/20 rally permit holder fined $12,000, banned from holding events for 3 years

    DENVER — The city of Denver has fined the permit holder of the annual Denver 4/20 rally about $12,000 and banned it from holding the event for three years, it was announced Saturday. Rally organizers disagreed with the city’s ruling and promised a prompt appeal. Denver Parks and Recreation announced it issued a letter to the permit holder advising of the event violations and penalties imposed. It happened as a result of a review of this year’s 4/20 event ordered […]

  • One suspect in southeast Denver homicide turns herself in, other suspect still at large

    DENVER — One of two teenage suspects wanted in a possible home invasion and murder that happened in the southeast part of the city Monday turned herself in Saturday morning, the Denver Police Department said. Police said Zjiahnni Lacour was in custody and officers were still looking for 17-year-old Dmarco Jaquise Blake. Both were wanted for first-degree murder in connection with a homicide in the 3900 block of South Spruce Street. Blake is described as a black male, 5-foot-7 and 130 […]

  • Denver police officer, suspect injured in early-morning shooting

    DENVER — A Denver police officer and a suspect were injured in an exchange of gunfire outside a home early Saturday morning. The officer was in stable condition with a leg injury. The suspect was in critical but stable condition. Police responded to a report of a man in crisis about 4:30 a.m. in the 2800 block of South Quitman Street in southwest Denver. Witnesses told arriving officers that the suspect was suicidal. A police spokesman said the officers were […]

  • Colfax Marathon

    Colfax Marathon to impact travel in metro Denver

    DENVER — The Colfax Marathon on Sunday will feature about 18,000 runners, officials said. Colfax Avenue from Lakewood to Aurora and some other nearby streets will be closed beginning about 3 a.m. The closures should end around 1 p.m. Interstate 25 will remain open and it will be the best route for driving north or south. Federal Boulevard and Interstate 225 will also be available for north/south travel. The marathon and half-marathon courses might not be crossed to ensure safety […]

  • Nathan’s, Curtis hot dogs recalled over possible metal found in packages

    WASHINGTON — One-hundred tons of Nathan’s and Curtis Hot Dogs are being recalled after the maker, John Morrell Co., received complaints that metal was possibly found in some packages. The U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service made the announcement Friday. The beef franks under recall were produced on Jan. 26: 14-ounce sealed film packages containing “Nathan’s Skinless 8 Beef Franks,” with a use-by date of Aug. 19, 2017. 16-ounce sealed film packages containing “Curtis Beef Master Beef Franks,” with a […]

  • Storm delays opening of some campgrounds in northern Colorado

    DENVER — If you’re planning to take advantage of some of the campsites opening this weekend in the Fort Collins area, make sure to check ahead. The winter storm in the area has changed plans. Three previously opened campgrounds had to close for this weekend. And eight of the sites scheduled to open this weekend will remain closed, the U.S. Forest Service said. Campgrounds previously opened that are now closed are Ansel Watrous, Stove Prairie and Cold Springs. Campgrounds scheduled to […]

  • Trash truck gets stuck after water main breaks in southeast Denver

    DENVER — A water main break forced the closure of South Dahlia Street between Highline Place and East Dartmouth Avenue in Denver on Thursday afternoon. A trash truck got stuck in the hole that was created by the water main break. Denver Water said a 12-inch diameter pipe broke and water was shut off about 3 p.m. so crews could begin repairs. Six homes were without water. Officials expected service to be restored by midnight. Sinkhole/water main break at Dartmouth […]

  • Man paragliding seriously hurt in crash near Castle Rock Middle School

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — A paraglider crashed and was seriously hurt Wednesday afternoon in Castle Rock. Karen Carter with the town of Castle Rock said the man was found before 1:30 p.m. unconscious on the ground near Castle Rock Middle School in the 2500 block of Meadows Boulevard. Carter said the man had multiple fractures and was airlifted to a hospital in serious condition. The Castle Rock Police Department is investigating the crash. It believes the man got caught in […]

  • Lakewood man arrested in Coal Creek Canyon triple homicide

    BOULDER, Colo. — A Lakewood man was arrested Tuesday after a handgun was matched to him in connection to a triple homicide in Coal Creek Canyon, the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office said. Garrett Coughlin, 24, has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder after deliberation, three counts of first-degree murder during the commission of a robbery and aggravated robbery. The people who were killed — Wallace White, 54, Kelly Sloat-White, 56, and Emory Fraker, 39 — were found April 15 […]