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  • Lucky fans find Broncos tickets

    Lucky fans following clues on Twitter win Broncos tickets

    DENVER — A couple of lucky Denver Broncos fans won some free tickets Tuesday to the next Denver Broncos home game. Chris Harris and CenturyLink made it easy. All the fans had to do was follow a post on Twitter, which led them to Union Station downtown and the free tickets. Watch for @ChrisHarrisJunior to tweet out clues from his Twitter account and follow the clues to find tickets hidden somewhere in Denver. Use the hashtag #FastDash.  

  • Colorado Flood: One Year Later

    Watch: Colorado Flood, One Year Later

    The struggle to rebuild and cope with the unthinkable loss of loved ones continues with intensity and perseverance one year after the Colorado flood of September 2013 hit. Watch our special that aired Sunday, September 14 to see how far those most affected have come. That’s the focus of the stories you’ll see beginning with the first segment above. In the second segment, a FOX31 Denver investigation the challenges some people face when it comes to getting federal aid to […]

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    Denver fans petition to ban Phil Simms from broadcasting Broncos games

    DENVER — Sunday’s game between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will definitely be one to watch. After all, it’s a Super Bowl rematch, and who knows, it could be a Super Bowl preview as well. But some Broncos fans say they won’t be listening to the TV broadcast because of who is doing the commentary. The fans are angry with CBS football announcer Phil Simms, who called Sunday’s game between Denver and the Kansas City Chiefs. It’s a game […]

  • Deadly crash between semi hauling logs and pickup truck in west of Ault in Weld County, Colo.

    Log truck rollover kills 2 in northern Colorado

    WELD COUNTY, Colo. — A truck carrying logs rolled over onto another vehicle that had four people inside it on Monday. The Colorado State Patrol says two people were pronounced dead at the scene and two others went to a hospital. It happened at 5:15 p.m. at Colorado Highway 14 and Weld County Road 31 just west of Ault. Highway 14 was closed Monday night and detours were in place because of the investigation and long clean-up time that crews […]

  • Colorado's fire detecting airplane

    State’s new fire detection aircraft to speed response to wildfires

    DENVER — The state of Colorado becomes the first in the nation to unveil its new, state-of-the-art fire detection aircraft. The two planes use infrared cameras and on-board computer systems. They’re based at Centennial Airport and can be anywhere in the state in an hour to provide critical real-time data about wildfire behavior, size and spread to crews on the ground. The sophisticated software system allows the information to instantly go from the plane to anyone on the Internet. The […]

  • General David Petraeus

    General David Petraeus in Denver to discuss terror threats we face

    DENVER — General David Petraeus happened to be in Denver on the anniversary of 9/11. It was also just one day after President Obama announced his strategy to “degrade and destroy” ISIS. Petraeus joined Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper to discuss the terror threats we now face. Kent Erdahl details that talk in his video report above.

  • Seattle Tacoma Airport

    Man who named WiFi hotspot ‘Bomb Location Seat 19E’ causes long delay for Denver passengers

    DENVER — A scare for passengers on board a Southwest flight heading for Denver before they ever left the ground in Seattle on Thursday afternoon. There was a bomb threat that apparently involved that flight. Passengers say someone tried to name a wireless hot spot “Bomb Location Seat 19E.” That was enough for federal marshals to halt the flight and arrest the man. One woman says she was right behind the suspect. “I thought he was in a band because […]

  • Estes Park, Colo.

    Estes Park makes big bounce back one year after devastating flooding

    ESTES PARK, Colo. — One year after the torrential rains hit that brought historic flooding to Colorado, Estes Park has made a tremendous bounce back. The popular tourist community sits along the Big Thompson River, and the wildly raging river ripped the town apart in September 2013. See what the people there have done in Brooke Wagner’s video report.

  • Police investigate online activities

    For safety’s sake, parents urged to pay attention to kids’ online activities

    DENVER — After a Longmont man was arrested for allegedly kidnapping a 14-year-old girl from Connecticut and then bringing her all the way back to Colorado with him, your family’s safety is top of mind. Police say the man met the girl online. Local law enforcement agencies remind parents to always keep an eye on what your child does online, especially because the sites they communicate on are ever changing. A special investigator for the Jefferson County District Attorney’s office […]

  • T.J. Lane

    Convicted Ohio high school killer escapes from prison

    LIMA, Ohio — Lima police say T.J. Lane is one of two men who escaped from the Allen Oakwood Correctional Institution in Lima, Ohio at 5:45 MT Thursday night. Lane is behind bars for the¬†Chardon High School shooting. He opened fire inside the school on February 27, 2012 killing three students and injuring three others. Police say 19-year-old Lane escaped with a 45-year-old man named¬†Clifford E Opperud, who was also a prisoner at the facility. Both men are wearing prison […]

  • Rubble is all that's left of house that had wall collapse at 12th and Kalamath in Denver

    Evacuated neighbors return home 3 weeks after wall collapses on house

    DENVER — Three weeks after a wall fell off of a house at 12th and Kalamath in Denver, the neighbors on either side of the house were finally allowed back into their homes Thursday. A tarp covers all that’s left of the destroyed structure. An exterior wall crumbled to the ground three weeks ago forcing authorities to evacuate that house as well as the two neighboring homes. The woman he lived in the destroyed home lost virtually everything she owned […]

  • Protecting plants from early season cold, snow`

    Tips and advice to keep your plants safe from early cold and snow

    DENVER — If you’re a gardener, no doubt you’ve worked hard all summer long. But now that snow is in the forecast, it doesn’t mean the season is over. It’s not even the middle of September yet, after all. Dan Daru has some tips and advice about how to keep brief bit of cold weather at bay and keep your garden going strong for a little while longer.