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  • Denver man charged with first-degree murder

    DENVER– The Denver District Attorney has charged a man with first-degree murder in connection with a death at a get-together. 32-year-old Elizario Herrera is being held without bond at the Denver County Jail.  The charge stems from an argument that escalated into a fight. It happened Tuesday, July 11 at a home on North Shoshone Street near 41st Avenue and Tejon. 55-year-old Michael Lanford was struck with a sharp instrument in the backyard.  Lanford left the backyard and bled to […]

  • Scam alert: Callers claiming to be Adams County deputies

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — It’s a scam that’s been around for years and people keep falling for it. That’s why the Adams County Sheriff’s Office is sending out another warning. Scammers are calling victims claiming to be deputies and they’re using actual names of Adams County deputies. The caller says there is a warrant out for your arrest for missing jury duty, or something like that.  The caller then says you can clear your name by purchasing ‘Green Dot Cards’ […]

  • Suspected credit card thieves caught on camera in Fort Collins

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Larimer County deputies are on the lookout for a trio of crooks. The sheriff’s office is asking the public to be on the lookout, too. Investigators say three suspects used or tried to use stolen credit cards at Target stores in Larimer County. On July 7 and 13, two vehicles were broken into at the Fort Collins Country Club and the Ptarmigan Country Club between 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. on each day. Credit cards and […]

  • ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ coming to Disneyland and Disney World

    ORLANDO, Fla. — “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” is the official name of the Star Wars-inspired lands currently under construction at Disneyland in California and Disney World in Florida. The attractions will let guests experience a remote trading port on the edge of wild space, complete with Star Wars characters.  Guests will see plenty of familiar faces like BB-8 and Chewbacca. #StarWars: Galaxy’s Edge will open at Disneyland Park in 2019! #D23Expo https://t.co/1bpn3AzA62 pic.twitter.com/ZUPe9OHEqg — Disneyland Today (@DisneylandToday) July 15, 2017 […]

  • More than 50 companies to be at Denver cannabis job fair Sunday

    DENVER — A cannabis career fair will be held Sunday in Denver. More than 50 companies in the fast-growing industry will be looking to hire for positions ranging from entry-level to executive. Some companies attending include The Farm, Leafly, Verde National, Native Roots, Silver Stem, Sweet Leaf and many more. Positions include cultivation, extraction/lab staff, retail, management, I.T. and marketing. The fair will be held from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at Mile High Station (2027 Old W. Colfax Ave.).

  • Colorado state fire agency unveils new fire engines

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — The Colorado Division of Fire Prevention unveiled two new fire engines Thursday morning. The Type 3 engines are each equipped with a 600-gallon water tank, a 500-gallon-per-minute pump and four-wheel drive. The engines can seat four firefighters and are commonly referred to as the largest, most rugged and powerful of the wildland fire engines. The state fire agency considers the engines a significant upgrade to the its firefighting capabilities.

  • Police searching for suspect who tried to rob Fountain 7-Eleven

    FOUNTAIN, Colo. — A suspect is being sought after a 7-Eleven store was robbed on Monday night, the Fountain Police Department said. Police said the man, who was armed with a gun, didn’t get away with any money or merchandise from the store at 601 S. Santa Fe Ave. The man is described as black, in his mid-20s with a goatee and dreadlocks. He was wearing a dark-colored hoodie, blue jeans and black shoes. He’s also described as having a […]

  • Crews search Lake Pueblo for missing fisherman who tried to retrieve pole

    PUEBLO, Colo. — A team of Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials and volunteer divers combed Lake Pueblo after a fisherman was reported missing Sunday. There was no site of the man in the murky waters for the 65-year-old man after he was last seen going into the water trying to retrieve his fishing pole. When the man didn’t return to the north shore of the lake, witnesses called 911. Searchers used sonar on Sunday but could not find the man. […]

  • Denver scores Outdoor Retailer shows beginning in January

    DENVER– Denver will get a big boost in convention traffic as the coveted Outdoor Retailer Show will relocate to Colorado for at least the next five years. The expo has been held in Salt Lake City for the past couple of decades. Gov. John Hickenlooper and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock made the announcement Thursday. The outdoor retailer show is expected to bring tens of thousands of people and about $100 million to the Mile High City each year. The first […]

  • Group pushes to ban plastic straws in Boulder

    BOULDER, Colo. — An environmental group is pushing to ban plastic straws in Boulder. The group Suck the Straws Out of Boulder says most straws are a waste, promote littering and are harmful to the environment. It adds that thousands of straws are hardly used, including at movie theaters or in water glasses at restaurants. The Boulder Daily Camera reports the grass-roots group got a $300 grant from the city to kick off the campaign and it’s getting support from locals. […]

  • 50-year-old Montrose mountain biker dies on Telluride trail

    TELLURIDE, Colo. — A 50-year old man from Montrose died while mountain biking on a trail in the Telluride Ski Area on Sunday, the San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office said. The man was cycling with his wife on the Prospect Trail loop when he slumped and fell over, the sheriff’s office said. The woman called 911 while other cyclists stopped to administer CPR. EMTs took over when they arrived just east of the bottom of Lift 11, but they couldn’t […]

  • Sprinkler system for I-70 expansion project could cost $5 million

    DENVER — The Colorado Department of Transportation plans to put a sprinkler system under the cap of the Interstate 70 widening project. The cap is a 1,000-foot section of I-70 between Columbine and Clayton streets that will be about 30 feet underground covered by a steel and concrete cover that will have a park on top of it. CDOT said the sprinkler system will include heat detectors and cameras that would trigger the sprinklers when there are signs of a […]