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  • Golden residents push back on plan to build RV dealership

    GOLDEN, Colo. — Neighbors are upset over a controversial plan to build an RV dealership in a residential area in Golden. The proposal site to rezone the land is near Interstate 70. “Big RVs going back and forth,” neighbor Debbie Tschudy said. “It’s way too close to home,” homeowner Jade Perlman said. Neighbors are pushing back over potential plans to build the dealership and storage facility near their homes. “It’s disheartening,  it’s sad,” Nancy Thomas said. Thomas has lived in […]

  • Woman killed in Highlands Ranch rollover crash identified

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — A woman who was killed in an early-morning crash after nearly plowing into a Highlands Ranch home has been identified. The Douglas County Coroner’s Office said 58-year-old Teresa Hood of Highlands Ranch died in the crash just after 2 a.m. Douglas County Sheriff deputies said investigators have ruled out speed as a factor in the crash. “Come out back and we just see this car,” said Bowen Shouse, who was jolted out of bed. “Heard the […]

  • Survivor of triple shooting speaks out from hospital

    DENVER — The only survivor of a triple shooting outside of a Denver community events center is speaking out. The victim was shot while inside her car in the parking lot of the Eritrean Community Center near Leetsdale Drive and Monaco Parkway early on Jan. 28. “I honestly thought that I was going to die right there,” Nae Jones said. Jones recalls the night a bullet ripped through her body. The bullet is still lodged in her spine. “It passed […]

  • Colorado hockey fans fired up after Avs clinch a spot in the playoffs

    DENVER– Big news for Colorado hockey fans as the Avalanche are going to the playoffs. On Saturday night the Avs defeated St. Louis, 5-2, to nab the one remaining wildcard spot. “I jumped off the couch. I jumped up and down. I was so excited,” hockey fan, Lisa Morrison said. “The place just went crazy,” Brooklyn’s Bar Manager, Matt Bradshaw said. Elated fans watched the riveting game, as the Avs clinched a playoff spot. “I think it’s awesome,” hockey fan […]

  • Cherry Hills Village residents push back against proposed roundabout

    CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE, Colo. — Residents are pushing back against the potential installation of a roundabout to alleviate traffic problems in their area. On Tuesday night, one of those residents said Cherry Hills Village leaders made a motion to move the money for the roundabout back into the general fund instead of building it. The proposed one-lane roundabout would have been at Colorado Boulevard and Quincy Avenue. Many people living in the surrounding neighborhood said they were unhappy about the […]

  • Fraud scheme targets college students

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A fraud scheme is targeting college students applying for summer jobs. “It’s just so wrong,” Gary Schwartz said. Schwartz’s daughter, Emma, is a freshmen at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Like many college students, she is interested in landing a summer job. “We suggested that she contact the career center at CSU to see what job opportunities might avail themselves,” Schwartz said. So Emma did. Shortly after, Tobias Schmidt emailed her about a job opportunity […]

  • Therapy dog stolen during carjacking reunited with owner

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. —  A man was just reunited with his stolen therapy dog. “It’s like what a miracle to get her back. I feel whole,” Darren Schook said. It’s been more than three weeks since his pit bull, Mia, was stolen. As part of his group “Fight Breast Cancer not Pit Bulls,” Schook said Mia is trained to go into hospitals and visit those battling cancer and other diseases. On March 4, Schook was carjacked in the parking lot of […]

  • Detective pushing for investigation into Hancock

    DENVER — The Denver City Council met in executive session on Tuesday night to discuss whether it will consider an investigation into Mayor Michael Hancock. The council adjourned about 9 p.m. without making any comment. Council president Albus Brooks said the city attorney would release information soon. Denver Police Det. Leslie Branch-Wise is calling for a full and open investigation into the mayor’s alleged inappropriate behavior, saying that on behalf of the citizens of Denver, it’s the “best practice.” Some […]

  • Family heirlooms stolen in auto shop burglary

    LOVELAND, Colo. — The search is on to find the criminal who burglarized a family-owned business. The suspect made off with more than just cash at Tony’s Tire and Automotive in Loveland — nabbing the family’s heirlooms. “When you get the call, your stomach drops,” Michelle Trimarco said. No tools were taken. “I said, whoa, my safe,” owner Tony Trimarco said. Instead, the crooks smashed the glass in the auto bay, made their way to the office and stole dozens […]

  • Man pleading for help finding stolen service dog

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — A man said he was carjacked while his service dog was in the back seat of his SUV and he is desperate to get her back. The crime happened in the parking lot of a Taco Bell off Simms Street and West Colfax Avenue in Lakewood. Mia, a 10-year-old pit bull, is a trained service dog. Darren Schook said he brings her to local hospitals to help patients cope. “Every day waking up, I’d start singing, I […]

  • Family posted negative review about contractor who now threatens to sue for slander

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo — A family who hired a contractor to remodel their home, posted a negative review online, and now they say they are getting threatened to be sued for slander. “He’s just a scam artist,” Emily Caldwell said. Caldwell’s bathroom is gutted. She hired Brown & Sons Custom Carpentry and Remodeling in November 2017 to remodel three bathrooms and resurface the floor. She said she shelled out $12,000 for the jobs. “We just felt really good about it. […]

  • DPD says finding escaped inmate is ‘top priority’

    DENVER — The Denver Police Department says the search for a dangerous inmate on the run, is their top priority. FOX 31 has new information about the moments leading up to a deadly officer-involved shooting with ties to that fugitive. “He’s a very dangerous individual. It’s our top priority. The community is not safe with him out there,” Barb Archer, Denver Police Commander of the Major Crimes Division, said. Fugitive, Mauricio Venzor-Gonzales has been on the run since Monday morning […]