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  • Truck sign changed to "Wife GOT kidney"

    Colorado man puts ad on truck, gets kidney for wife

    DENVER — Michelle Stewart was losing her 7-year-long battle against kidney disease. She had no luck while on the organ donor waiting list. So, her husband Bob did an incredible thing. He said he did the only thing he could think of. He posted a sign on his truck that said his wife needed a kidney. And then he prayed for a miracle. We first told you about Michelle in February and this story in February. Images of Bob’s sign […]

  • Pothole EB I-70 at Kipling. Photo credit: CDOT

    All lanes of eastbound I-70 at Kipling reopen after emergency pothole repair

    WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. — Eastbound Interstate 70 at Kipling Street reopened Wednesday morning after two lanes were closed for emergency pothole work. Crews closed the two right lanes of the interstate Tuesday afternoon, causing major backlogs during the evening commute. RELATED: Traffic updates The Colorado Department of Transportation reopened the lanes about 4:30 a.m.

  • Jason Martinez

    Former school administrator from Denver accused of sexual assault on children

    DENVER — A former school administrator in Denver is accused of of sexual assault against children in Colorado. But he’s been hired as an assistant superintendent in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A judge revoked the bond Tuesday for Jason Martinez. Justin Joseph explains how Martinez slipped past school administrators in his video report above.

  • Lord Quillium the hedgehog

    Video: Photographer bumps into a woman and her pet hedgehog outside courthouse

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — A curious creature emerged from the Arapahoe County Courthouse late Tuesday afternoon, that attracted the attention of people who were around in the parking lot. Mallory had her pet hedgehog with her. She told photojournalist Shane Anthony that she rescued the little guy from Craigslist. Anthony shot the video of the hedgehog while Mallory talked about her pet. So, what do you feed a pet hedgehog? Healthy weight cat food and worms. Hedgehogs come from Europe, Asia, […]

  • Dr. Kalpana Rao

    Denver principal resigns after criticism of treatment of Hispanic students

    DENVER — The principal at Cheltenham Elementary School in Denver resigned Friday. Some parents accused her of racism and demanded the school district replace her. The controversy surrounding Dr. Kalpana Rao started at the end of the last school year as a result of a photo of a student eating lunch on the floor in the office. The school had said it was punishment for acting out. Some parents felt it was racist toward their children. Rao said the policy […]

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    Police search for suspect after hit-and-run crash

    DENVER — Police were looking for a suspect after a hit-and-run crash in the near Montview Boulevard and Forest Parkway late Friday night. They said they had one suspect in custody, but one suspect was on the run. The police helicopter was in the air over the neighborhood assisting in the search. Police did not release information about the severity of the crash or possible injuries to those involved.  

  • Problem Solvers

    Problem solved: City of Thornton takes care of man’s tree

    THORNTON, Colo. — The city of Thornton stepped up and did what’s right after a call from the FOX31 Problem Solvers. One of our viewers was having tree trouble. His favorite tree was at risk of dying because of work done by city crews. He contacted us. We contacted the city. And Friday, his problem was solved. Watch the resolution of this situation in Jeremy Hubbard’s video report above.  

  • Park Meadows Mall

    Four men caught after smash and grab at Park Meadows jewelry store

    LONE TREE, Colo. — Four men are in custody after authorities said they into a jewelry store inside Park Meadows Mall, smashed glass displays and took jewelry, the Lone Tree Police Department said Thursday night. Police said the incident happened at Ben Bridge Jewelers about 7:10 p.m. Thursday. The men were caught and taken into custody after they left the mall on foot, police said. RTD alerted passengers that light rail train service had stopped to that part of the […]

  • Fire destroys house in northern Boulder County: Photo credit: Boulder County Sheriff's Office

    Fire destroys house in northern Boulder County

    BOULDER — Fire destroyed a home in northern Boulder County on Tuesday night. Dispatchers received a 911 call at about 5:05 p.m. to a house in the 14000 block of North 75th Street, just south of Woodland Road. The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office said a caller said a clothes dryer outside the house caught fire. Even though residents tried to put it out, the flames spread to the house. Crews were still fighting the fire three hours later and working […]

  • Hillary Clinton in Denver, August 4, 2015

    Denver company maintained Hillary Clinton’s private email server; security questions raised

    DENVER — Security questions have been raised after a Colorado company was found to be maintaining Hillary Clinton’s private email server. The company was operating out of a building in lower downtown Denver when it first started handling the private email server in 2013. At the time, it was a small company operating out of a loft in an apartment building. A former employee, who left before the Clinton contract, said that at that time it was just a small […]

  • Implosion of old CU Health Sciences Center scheduled

    Old CU Health Sciences Center to be imploded Aug. 29

    DENVER — In less than two weeks, the vacant University of Colorado Health Sciences Center near East Ninth Avenue and Colorado Boulevard will be a pile of rubble. Demolition for the long-vacant complex is scheduled for Aug. 29. People who live near the complex got briefed about the plans Monday and what to expect when the implosion takes place. It will shut down roads in the area for several hours. Officials stressed the best way to see the implosion is […]

  • Craft beers

    Craft beer industry worth more than $1 billion in Colorado

    DENVER — Colorado’s craft beer industry is now worth $1 billion. A new study conducted by CU’s Leeds School of Business shows the economic impact of Colorado’s craft beer jumped from $826 million in 2013 to more than a billion dollars in 2014. People working in the craft beer industry made wages that totaled $162 million in 2014, up from $136 million in 2013. Kevin Torres has much more information in his video report above.