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  • Scene where Aurora officer was shot Nov. 14, 2014

    Suspect who shot Aurora officer still at large, investigators don’t even have a description

    AURORA, Colo. — Three days after someone shot an Aurora police officer during a traffic stop investigators still do not even have a description of who did it. The suspect shot the officer at East 17th Avenue and Fulton Street around 9 p.m. Friday. The officer is recovering from a serious injury in the hospital but the shooter remained at large Monday night. Aurora police are asking anyone who knows anything to come forward with information. Two officers pulled over […]

  • Car found in creek in Golden

    Car plunges into creek in Golden, driver killed

    Golden, Colo. — The Colorado State Patrol is investigating the death of a driver whose vehicle was found in Clear Creek off of Highway 58 and McIntyre in Golden. The driver was found dead in the vehicle late Monday afternoon. Investigators were looking into when the car went into the creek and why. No other information about the crash or driver had been released Monday evening.

  • Alyssa and Xayliah having trouble staying warm in apartment. The heat doesn't work right.

    Mom and little girl cope with bitter cold in apartment where heat doesn’t work

    THORNTON, Colo. — A mother in Thornton is worried about staying in her apartment with another night of bitter cold coming. She says the heat in her apartment has not been working right and she hasn’t been able to get any help getting it fixed. Alyssa Wilkerson says she’s worried most about her 3-year-old little girl, Xayliah. They’re having trouble staying warm at night. Her thermostat in the unit at Carriage Hill Apartments is set on 90 degrees. But she […]

  • Firefighters said the man was taken to a local hospital for treatment, but appeared to be okay. (Photo: Lewis Geyer/Times-Call)

    Man who spent 3 days stuck in wall at Marshalls arrested on several charges

    LONGMONT, Colo. — Earlier this week, rescuers pulled a man who was stuck in the wall at a Marshalls store in Longmont. He said he had been pinned in there for three days before they got him out Tuesday. Employees say they heard noises back there for a couple of days, but they didn’t realize there was someone stuck in the space between the interior and exterior walls. The man, 35-year-old Paul Felyk,  apparently fell in there from the roof […]

  • Marijuana found inside Jesus Statue in Cincinnati

    Drug-sniffing dog finds 26 pounds of marijuana in Jesus statue

    CINCINNATI — More than 26 pounds of marijuana worth about $20,000 was found in a statue of Jesus Friday in Cincinnati. U.S. Customs agents announced the find. The drug-filled statue was discovered during an inspection at a DHL Express consignment facility. An official says people are going to great lengths to move illegal drugs. “This unique seizure demonstrates the extraordinary methods individuals will utilize in their attempt to smuggle narcotics,” Cincinnati Port Director Richard L. Gillespie said. The statue went […]

  • Investigators looked into the circumstances of a shooting at an Evans home in which a man and teenage girl were killed and a woman was injured on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014.

    Man and girl dead, woman injured after shooting in Evans home

    EVANS, Colo. — Police say they found two people dead in a bedroom and another female injured when they arrived to perform a welfare check Thursday afternoon. Colorado Bureau of Investigation agents arrived on the scene late Thursday night. Officers were sent to the house in the 2400 block of Marina Street about 1:30 p.m. after a man’s employer called to say he missed work and he was having personal issues. Police knocked on the door of the house and […]

  • Dozens sleep outside in Boulder to raise money to help homeless youth

    Dozens sleep outside in frigid cold to raise awareness for homeless youth

    BOULDER, Colo. — The temperature is dropping into the single digits Thursday night into Friday morning, but that’s not stopping a dozens of people in Boulder from spending the night outside. They’re raising money and awareness to help homeless youth … young people who spend many nights outside. The group has raised $120,000 for the cause. Attention Homes works to change the lives of youth in crisis.

  • Caitlin Torgeson honored

    Jeffco Sheriff’s Office honors teenager for saving elderly man

    GOLDEN, Colo. — A Jefferson County teenager was honored by deputies Thursday for noticing something unusual. What 17-year-old Caitlin Torgeson did on September 30th was life-saving for an elderly man according to investigators. Her action led to the arrest of the man accused of abusing the person he was supposed to be taking care of. Mark Meredith has the story of Caitlin’s award in the video report above.

  • Frozen pipes

    These tips may keep pipes from bursting as temperatures warm up

    DENVER — Broken pipes are about to become a bigger problem as our temperatures warm up above freezing. Here are some tips to help keep them from bursting. Leave your faucets dripping Open cabinet doors around exposed pipes under sinks Leave thermostat higher than normal, to keep pipes from freezing overnight “If you’re having a frozen pipe you’ll want to know where the water main shutoff is. If your pipes are frozen they may already be split and not leaking […]

  • English bulldog puppies before they were stolen

    Valuable puppies stolen from 2 north metro pet stores

    THORNTON, Colo. — Thirteen high-priced puppies were swiped from two pet stores in north metro Denver. The store owners are hoping a new clue will help lead police to the suspects and the little dogs. The English bulldog puppies are with $2,800 each. Four of them were taken from the Pet Ranch in Thornton after the store closed Tuesday. Surveillance video shows them in and out of the store in under a minute. “From the time the alarm actually started […]

  • Emergency crews in the cold

    See how prolonged cold spell affects how emergency crews operate

    DENVER — The prolonged bitter cold changes the calls Denver emergency crews get, and how they operate when they go out to conduct emergency operations. Reporter Mark Meredith spent the day with some Denver firefighters to see how the Arctic blast affects their work. See what he found out in the video report above.  

  • Keeping kids protected from the cold

    How decisions are made about school delays and closures

    DENVER — Student safety is a top priority for schools and keeping kids warm on the way to and from school is always a concern when the weather turns so cold. Julie Hayden tells us about what criteria school officials consider when it comes to making decision about school delays and cancellations.