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  • Andrea Turner

    Woman says she was fired from her job for pumping breast milk

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — A mom says pumping breast milk is the reason why she was fired from her job at Kaiser Permanente. Andrea Turner, 25, has filed a federal EEOC complaint against the healthcare company. Kaiser Permanente says that’s not the reason she lost her job. Rob Low explains in the video report above why her union has filed grievances on behalf of Turner and four other women.

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    Broncos take over 1st place in division with 35-21 win against San Diego

    DENVER — The first half was a surprising defensive battle as the Denver Broncos, fresh off their quarterback’s record-setting performance, took on the San Diego Chargers on Thursday Night Football. First place in the AFC Western Division was on the line as the Chargers, 5-2 came into town to play the 5-1 Broncos. The two teams played scoreless football in the first quarter. And then Peyton Manning set a new NFL record when he hit Emmanuel Sanders for a short […]

  • Barbara McReynolds operates 'Storytelling Strands'

    ‘Storytelling Strands’ gives woman dealing with loss of a child a chance to give back

    DENVER — Losing a child is the most difficult thing a parent can face. After living through her own loss, Barbara McReynolds is moving forward by giving back. She started a family business. Kent Erdahl explains in the video report above how she helps other people who are dealing with their own tragedies. Learn more about Storytelling Strands.  

  • ISIS propaganda posts recruit American teens

    Twitter and alert friends, teachers, parents may have saved girls from making it to Syria

    AURORA, Colo. — Three girls who left Denver to join ISIS in Syria were stopped just in time, thanks to some tweets they made about their plans. Experts say social media, alert teachers and parents all played a role in getting the three teens back home safely. Social media probably manipulated the girls into going to begin with. ISIS websites with slickly produced videos promising romance and a great adventure target teenage girls in America for recruitment. The girls in […]

  • Denver Broncos safety John Boyett. Photo credit: Jeffrey Beall via Wikipedia

    Broncos release practice squad player John Boyett after arrest

    DENVER — Denver Broncos practice squad safety John Boyett was arrested Wednesday morning, and released from the team on Thursday, according to a team tweet. Boyett faces a misdemeanor third-degree assault charge in Greenwood Village. The team tweeted that they released the second-year player from their practice squad on Thursday afternoon. The Indianapolis Colts released Boyett last season after he was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, public intoxication and resisting law enforcement. Boyett reportedly¬†told an arresting officer in Indianapolis […]

  • Photos of suspects arrested under Arapahoe County indictment. Courtesy: Aurora Police Department

    24 alleged gang members arrested after Arapahoe County indictment

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — Law enforcement agencies arrested 24 alleged members and associates of the “Rollin 60s” street gang Wednesday morning. That happened after an Arapahoe County grand jury indicted them on 73 criminal counts. The charges include murder, armed robbery, assault and organized crime, among others. One person under indictment, 18-year-old Roderick Penny of Aurora remained at large. The indictment happened following a two-year long investigation by the Aurora Police Department’s Gang Investigation Unit along with the District Attorney’s Office […]

  • Timothy Heckler. Photo: Denver Police Department

    Denver police arrest suspected ‘Tony the Tagger’

    DENVER — Police officers responded to a report of someone in a “Tony the Tiger” costume spray painting in the 1100 block of Clarkson Street Friday. The suspect was allegedly spray painting the victim’s home. Before that, witnesses said the saw the guy in the tiger outfit painting pillars in front of the victim’s home. along with the sidewalk one block to the south. When officers arrived they found the man, 29-year-old Timothy Heckler, spray painting a dumpster that belongs […]

  • Michael Smith

    Missing Commerce City 11-year-old boy found safe in Brighton

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — An 11-year-old boy who went missing in the area of 113th Avenue and River Run Parkway late Tuesday night was found safe in in Brighton, police said. Police say Michael Smith left his house at about 4:30 p.m. and was reported missing at 7 p.m. He was found just after 11 p.m. The 5-foot-1, 100-pound boy was last seen wearing a blue and gray-striped hoodie sweatshirt, blue jeans, and did not have shoes on. He also […]

  • John Supon's special suit allows him to walk again

    Paralyzed man develops technology that lets him walk again

    DENVER — A car crash changed everything in an instant for John Supon. But nearly eight years after being told he was paralyzed, he’s walking again. Aristea Brady gives us a look at the new, life changing technology he created and why it’s giving other new hope in her video report above.  

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    Commerce City police officers getting retrained on how to deal with dogs

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — All police officers are getting training about how to handle encounters with sometimes vicious dogs. In the last five years, officers have shot and killed four dogs. The most recent case happened last month. Some in the community have been critical saying there are better ways to handle the situations without killing animals. All of Commerce City’s officers are getting retrained. Ashley Michels has more information about what’s happening in her video report above.

  • Election 2014 2

    Fact or Fiction: Udall NSA ad

    DENVER — At this point in the election season you’re probably tire of being bombarded by political advertising. We know how confusing it can be to process all that information when you’re trying to decide how to vote. Eli Stokols separates fact from fiction at one of the ads aimed at influencing Colorado’s U.S. Senate race in the video report above.

  • ISIS troops plant a flag east of the city of Kobani, Syria. , Photo Date: Oct 7, 2014. Photo: MGNOnline

    What could lure a trio of teen girls from Denver to join ISIS?

    DENVER — Three teenage girls are back in Colorado Tuesday after officials say they tried to fly to Syria to join the extremist group ISIS. The girls made it to Germany before being stopped. Two of the three girls, who are between 15 and 17 years old, are sisters. A family member met us at the door to their apartment in southeast metro Denver. He refused to say anything on camera but adamantly denied the allegations against the two teens […]