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  • Antonio Arbogast

    Aurora officers catch police impersonator in the act

    AURORA, Colo. — Police in Aurora said they caught and arrested Antonio Marcus Arbogast in the act of impersonating a police officer. A woman contacted police at about 1:15 a.m. Monday to let them know she was being followed in the area of East Montview Boulevard and Dallas Street by a possible impersonator attempting to conduct a traffic stop. She described the vehicle to the 911 dispatcher as an older model Subaru Legacy that had a white strobe light mounted […]

  • Three men were arrested in connection with a possible gang-related shooting of a man at an Aurora bus stop on Tuesday, May 19, 2015.

    Three arrested in connection to shooting of man at Aurora bus stop

    AURORA, Colo. — Three people were arrested Tuesday after a man was shot in a suspected gang-related shooting at a bus stop near South Sable Boulevard and East Bayaud Avenue. The suspects ran into an apartment at the Topaz II complex. Residents received emergency telephone notification alerting them to the incident. Officers found the suspects and took them into custody without incident. “Initial investigations revealed that this incident began as a dispute between the victim and suspects inside the bus […]

  • Elitch Theater

    Artifacts found during remodeling of historic Elitch Theater

    DENVER — Some recent remodeling of the historic Elitch Theater uncovered some interesting artifacts. One is a letter that was never mailed. Dan Daru shows us what else they found in his video report.

  • Cherry Creek flooded in Denver

    Rains bring high water to entire region

    DENVER — Rain showers are still possible in Denver until after 8 p.m. Tuesday.  There could be a snowflake or two across the metro area late this evening mixing with the showers. It will stay cloudy and chilly overnight with fog and patchy drizzle. A Flood Warning was in effect for the  South Platte River around Henderson in Adams County until Wednesday morning. Minor flooding was expected. Water was running fast and high all over the region. The Evergreen fire […]

  • Police activity at Federal and Alameda in Denver

    Shooting shuts down busy Denver intersection for short time

    DENVER — The discovery of a shooting victim shut down a busy Denver intersection Tuesday afternoon. It happened at South Federal Boulevard and West Alameda Avenue. One person was taken to Denver Health Medical Center from the scene according to reports. A Denver Police spokesperson said undercover drug enforcement officers were in the area when they saw a suspicious vehicle, a black truck. Officers began following the truck and before they pulled it over, the driver got out and told […]

  • Josh Simon of NexGeneration Electronics in Denver

    Denver business on mission to make high-tech gear more affordable

    DENVER — Tablets, smartphones, blue tooth speakers are available for pennies on the dollar. This is not a commercial, but it is the idea behind a new Denver electronics business that is on a mission to make high-tech devices more affordable for more people. NexGeneration Electronics is in downtown Denver at 1715 Stout St. and it opens Saturday. Dan Daru has more information in his video report.

  • Neighborhood Music Stapleton opens in Denver

    State-of-the-art school brings music to more of Denver’s children

    DENVER — What started as a dream of bringing music to more of Denver’s youth is now a reality. Think of the movie “School of Rock.” FOX31’s Aristea Brady goes inside this new state-of-the-art music school in her video report above. It’s introducing Denver children to new found passions. Learn more about Neighborhood Music Stapleton here.  

  • Organization helps Denver’s homeless kids celebrate birthdays

    DENVER — When you’re a child, nothing is more exciting than birthday parties. For the nearly 3,000 homeless children in Denver, the chance to celebrate life’s milestones with cake, presents and friends means even more. Photojournalist Bryant Vander Weerd and FOX31 Denver’s Aristea Brady take us inside one child’s party to witness his birthday wish. You can get more information at the website for Birthday Smiles.

  • CDOT

    Crash kills CDOT worker on Monarch Pass

    CHAFEE COUNTY, Colo. — A Colorado Department of Transportation employee died in a crash that involved four vehicles on US 50 at Monarch Pass Friday. It’s the first time since 2009 that a CDOT employee has died while working. “It is absolutely heartbreaking that we have lost one of our family in the line of duty and our deepest condolences and sympathies go out to the family, coworkers and friends,” said CDOT Executive Director Shailen Bhatt.  “This terrible tragedy only […]

  • Barrel business is booming in Denver

    DENVER — One man has found that the barrel business is booming in Denver. He’s on target to sell tens of thousands of them this year and his company can’t keep up with the demand. It took mini-Dan Daru and normal-sized Dan Daru to explain why that’s the case.

  • Stars of Wheel of Fortune in Denver for shows to air next season

    DENVER — It’s been America’s game for more than three decades. Thursday, Pat Sajak and Vanna White, along with the “Wheel Mobile,” made a stop in Denver. The pair are recording segments for a week’s worth of Denver-themed shows that will air next season. Aristea Brady caught up with the two on what turned out to be a very busy day.

  • Denver Broncos wide receiver Nate Palmer in the recording studio

    Broncos wide receiver Nate Palmer works 2 dream jobs

    DENVER — Denver Broncos wide receiver Nate Palmer has two big dreams. Win a Super Bowl ring with Peyton Manning Hear his song on the radio Kami Carmann introduces us to “NaPalm …” in her video report. He’s the player fighting for a roster spot, and the musician working to hit all the right notes. Listen to Nate’s song “Rings” by clicking the “play arrow” on the bar below: Visit Nate’s website