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  • Logs of provolone cheese

    Thief accused of taking thousands of dollars worth of cheese from pizza restaurant

    PUEBLO, Colo. — The Do Drop Inn in Pueblo has an expensive dairy dilemma. The owner believes a thief has taken up to $7,000 worth of provolone cheese from the restaurant. A suspect is seen on surveillance video. One month ago, the restaurant, which is also known as “the Pizza Factory,” ran out of its coveted ingredient. After some investigating, it realized it had been stolen. Then Tuesday, the suspected thief returned and nearly cleared out the supply. He’s on […]

  • Desmond Martin KDVR

    Air Force staff sergeant arrested, accused of four sexual assaults on Front Range

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — An Air Force staff sergeant from Peterson Air Force Base has been arrested for an alleged sexual assault in Aurora earlier this year and three alleged sexual assaults in Colorado Springs in 2015. Desmond Alvis Martin, 29, of Colorado Springs, has been in jail since Feb. 15. “He is also being investigated for additional sexual assaults in Colorado Springs and Denver,” the Colorado Springs Police Department said in a statement Tuesday night. Colorado Springs, Denver and Aurora police, […]

  • Auto body shop fire

    One injured in auto body shop fire

    DENVER — One person was injured in a fire at an auto body shop Thursday night. The fire broke out at 24 Hour Automotive at East 46th Avenue and Josephine Street near Interstate 70. The Denver Fire Department initially tweeted that one person had died, but a spokeswoman later said that information was incorrect. Firefighters did pull out one person from the building who was transported to a hospital. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was also at […]

  • Denver Police bomb squad

    Denver bomb squad gives all-clear at airport cargo facility

    DENVER — A part of a cargo facility was evacuated for a short time Thursday afternoon at Denver International Airport because of a suspicious package. The Denver Police Department said the bomb squad responded to the facility in the 7600 block of Undergrove Street to check out the situation. The facility is in a separate building southeast of the terminal. A statement from DIA said the area was evacuated as a precaution. ALERT UPDATE: #DPD Bomb Squad has cleared suspicious […]

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    Larimer County coroner: Dad kills teenage daughter, then himself

    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. — The Larimer County Coroner’s Office said a man killed his teenage daughter and then himself this week after sheriff’s deputies found them in a car Monday afternoon. Robert Wolf, 52, of Lakewood took his 16-year-old daughter, Denver Wolf, on a spring break trip to Moab, Utah. His daughter lived with her mother in Colorado Springs. The coroner’s office said Wolf texted the girl’s mother while they were on their way back to Colorado. The mother got worried […]

  • Police at a protest

    Woman recording officers during protest arrests sues Denver police for taking her cellphone

    DENVER — The Denver Police Department is facing a civil rights lawsuit after a woman from Fort Collins said an officer took her cellphone while she was recording them. The woman’s phone and recording were allegedly confiscated during a protest at Civic Center Park last year. Jessica Benn said she was recording video on her phone while officers arrested some of the protesters. According to the lawsuit, officers took her phone and never returned it. Benn’s lawyer said that is a […]

  • Aurora fire

    Aurora firefighters extinguish brush fire

    AURORA, Colo. — Firefighters in Aurora worked to put out a brush fire late Tuesday night. It broke out in the area of North Airport Boulevard and East 22nd Avenue, fire officials said. Firefighters said conditions were breezy and temperatures earlier in the day reached around 70 degrees. It did not take firefighters long to extinguish the flames; it was under control by 9 p.m. No structures were damaged.  

  • Auto-pedestrian crash at 29th and Brighton in Denver

    Bicyclist killed in hit-and-run crash with trash truck

    DENVER — A bicyclist was killed Friday afternoon after being struck by a truck in a hit-and-run crash, the Denver Police Department said. The crash happened about 2:30 p.m. at 29th Avenue and Brighton Boulevard. #HeadsUp UPDATE: Fatal accident at 29th & Brighton is a hit & run, auto vs. bicycle. Suspect vehicle possibly located. #Denver — Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) March 18, 2016 Police said they located driver who was driving a trash truck from a private company. The […]

  • Dave Fraser and Pinpoint Weather Beast

    Snow arrives in metro Denver; 2 inches possible before it ends

    DENVER — Chief Meteorologist Dave Fraser said the forecast snow totals for metro Denver have dropped. He was out covering the storm with the Pinpoint Weather Beast. Reporters Macradee Aegerter and Kevin Torres were also reporting on conditions around the region Thursday night. RELATED: Five things to know about the storm hitting Colorado Watch their coverage in the video clip above.  

  • PHOENIX, AZ - JANUARY 27:  Russell Okung #76 of the Seattle Seahawks addresses the media at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day Fueled by Gatorade inside U.S. Airways Center on January 27, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

    Broncos sign free agent offensive lineman Russell Okung to five-year contract

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos did more work to bolster their offensive line Thursday, signing left tackle Russell Okung of the Seattle Seahawks to a five-year, $53 million contract. Former #Seahawks OT Russell Okung is signing with the #Broncos. It's reportedly a 5-year deal worth $53 million. pic.twitter.com/kWp5tSJAoq — Raul Martinez (@RaulSports) March 17, 2016 Okung became an unrestricted free agent after finishing a six-year, $48.5 million deal with the Seahawks after being the No. 6 overall pick in the 2010 […]

  • North American River otter pup born at the Pueblo, Colo. Zoo

    Pair of North American River otters born at Pueblo Zoo

    PUEBLO, Colo. — The Pueblo Zoo announced the birth of two North American river otters. The pups were born on March 8. They’ll remain in their nest box for at least another eight weeks before their mom will start to teach them to swim. They will then be introduced into the otter exhibit. The public won’t be anywhere for the public to see until they’ve mastered their swimming skills.  

  • Vehicle damaged by gunfire outside Town Center at Aurora

    Person shot in Aurora mall parking lot; suspect in custody

    AURORA — One person was shot in a parking lot of the Town Center at Aurora on Tuesday night, the Aurora Police Department said. Police said the shooting happened near JC Penney on the south side of the mall.  Officers said one suspect was in custody. The shooting victim was taken to a hospital in serious condition. Initially, police said there was a second suspect on the run, but that turned out not to be the case. The mall remained open […]