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    New brewery hires developmentally disabled, teaches them to make beer

    DENVER — After more than a year of fundraising and jumping typical new alcohol business hurdles, Brewability Lab is open for business. The idea is to hire people with developmental disabilities, train them how to brew beer and hopefully improve their standard of living. The brewery is the brainchild of Tiffany Fixter, a special education teacher who saw a greater need in adults with disabilities. “I was running a day program when I realized from age 21, they don’t have […]

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    Suspect on the run after shots fired in Loveland

    LOVELAND, Colo. — Officers responded to a report of shots fired around 12:25 a.m. Saturday, the Loveland Police Department said. When officers arrived at the 1100 block of East Sixth Street, they found several shell casings in the street and one vehicle that had damage from being shot several times. Officers established a perimeter and began investigating the scene. Officers contacted the owner of the vehicle who was found unharmed and not in the city at the time of the shooting. Detectives interviewed people from a […]

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    Broomfield hosts Niwot in high school football game of the week

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. — Our football Friday game of the week! 4A Broomfield is ranked 7th in state hosting Niwot tonight for homecoming. Kami Carmann has all the details from the Eagles-Cougars matchup.

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    Local woman says she lost business as a result of cyber attack

    LITTLETON, Colo. — A Littleton’s woman Etsy based business was down for hours Friday morning as a result of cyber attacks on the internet traffic company Dyn. Shawna Lammers was first tipped off to the problem on Facebook. Lammers runs an art business on Etsy called Shawna Lane Creations. Her friends on social media who run similar businesses posted an article saying some sites on the internet were shut down. When Lammers checked her website, she realized it was down. […]

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    ‘Fall in Love’ and ‘Boo After Dark’ events at the Denver Zoo

    Emily Martin from the Denver Zoo stopped by Channel 2 News at 4 p.m. to tell us about the zoo’s “Fall in Love” and “Boo After Dark” events. Boo After Dark takes place at the zoo on October 28 and 29, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Pricing is $17 for adults (ages 12-64) and $12 for children (ages 3-11). Ages 2 and under are free. For more information on both of the events, visit  

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    Boulder group highlights county’s ‘invisible,’ struggling population

    BOULDER, Colo. — Hanging much like what could be seen in an art gallery, portraits of Boulder County residents are on display beside sometimes shocking, but often defining, quotes about their lives. These people represent what the One Thousand Design group calls “Project Invisible.” Each picture highlights a portion of the county’s unseen struggle: Loss, poverty, homelessness or gender identity to name but a few are all on display. “We wanted to put stories in front of people that would spark […]

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    Woman carjacked while putting 2-year-old son in car in Denver; suspects arrested

    DENVER — Two men are in custody after they crashed a stolen car on Wednesday, the Denver Police Department said. The suspects carjacked a woman at gunpoint on Wednesday morning as she was putting her 2-year-old child in the vehicle, police said. The suspects were later identified as Andre Garcia and James Trujillo. Officers made the arrests just before 4:30 p.m. after a short pursuit near South Lipan Street and West Exposition Avenue. After crashing the vehicle, the two suspects got out of the […]

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    HealthOne sends Denver Chamber of Commerce election views to employees

    LITTLETON, Colo. — HealthOne of Littleton is defending itself after it sent election campaign literature to employees. The company forwarded a flier made by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce to about 10,000 employees. The flier featured the chamber’s positions on some ballot initiatives. RELATED: Flier sent to employees  The hospital group said the flier was only meant to provide information. But the hospital group admits some employees might have taken it the wrong way. “We often receive questions from employees about the issues. […]

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    Von Miller visits students at Green Valley Ranch High School

    DENVER – Students at a Green Valley Ranch High School got a big surprise on Wednesday. Broncos linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller stopped by the school to congratulate them on being named a National Blue Ribbon school. The award honors academic achievement and innovation. Green Valley Ranch High School is one of only about 300 schools in the country to make the list. “The Blue Ribbon Award is only achieved through great academic success, and it’s just […]

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    ‘Lucky pennies’ worth $1,000 hidden in major cities, including Denver

    DENVER — Pennies being left around 10 major cities — including Denver — as part of a promotion by Ally Financial could be worth $1,000. There are 100 “lucky pennies,” with 10 in each of the major cities across the county. Anyone who finds the penny will receive a cash prize of $1,000. According to the Daily Mail, 10 coins were placed in Denver; Austin, Texas; Charlotte, N.C.; Chicago; Detroit; Miami; Los Angeles; New York; San Diego; and Washington. The coins […]

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    DENVER — October is Financial Planning Month.

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    3 people randomly attacked outside Broadway hotel

    DENVER — A date night downtown took a violent turn for a couple from Lakewood when they were beaten unconscious by a group of strangers looking to cause problems. Cody Schuyler and his fiancee Jacquie Jo Billings were walking to their car around 2 a.m. Saturday when they saw three men throwing another man through the front window of the 11th Avenue Hotel and Hostel on Broadway. “We spoke up and said, ‘Whoa! What are you doing?” Schuyler said. That’s when the […]