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  • Levitt Pavilion officially opens in Denver

    DENVER — The Levitt Pavilion Denver at Ruby Hill Park officially opened on Thursday. It’s a brand new amphitheater offering 50 free concerts a year – including local and national acts. There will also be paid concerts. The Pavilion, located near Florida Avenue and the South Platte River, can accommodate as many as 17,000 people, making it the largest outdoor music venue inside the city limits of Denver. The capacity is more than double that of Red Rocks. Aside from […]

  • Investigators create facial reconstruction of remains found in Fremont County

    FREMONT COUNTY, Colo. — Back in September of 2016, a hiker found human remains in the western part of Fremont County. Tests revealed the person was a Caucasian male between 25 and 50 years of age. The man was approximately 5-foot-6 to 5-foot-10. The Fremont County Coroner has had a facial reconstruction made from the remains found. If this person looks familiar to you, please call FCSO Detective H. Burton at 719-276-5557 or Fremont County Crimestoppers at 719-275-STOP (7876)

  • Federal Heights man charged with murder in wife’s death

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — A Federal Heights man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his common-law wife, the 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office said Thursday. Officers with the Federal Heights Police Department found Karrie Lynn Bales, 33, dead in a mobile home in the 2300 block of West 92nd Avenue on July 6. Police arrested Robert Shawn Main, 35, and charged him in Bales’ death. He’s also facing one count of second-degree assault causing serious bodily injury […]

  • ‘See You Again’ passes ‘Gangnam Style’ as most-viewed YouTube video

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — When it first came out, “Gangnam Style” became an instant viral sensation and it held the title of most-viewed YouTube video for almost five years. But as of Wednesday, it has been dethroned. “See You Again” came out two years ago to honor the late Paul Walker of the “Fast and Furious” franchise. It has surpassed the 2.9 billion view mark, beating “Gangnam Style.”

  • Lonetree Reservoir to remain open to public under new leaseholder

    LOVELAND, Colo. — Visitors of a popular northern Colorado lake are receiving some good news. According to a new operating agreement which starts next summer, Lonetree Reservoir in Larimer County will remain open to recreation. Last week, Colorado Parks and Wildlife said public access would be cut off after being outbid on a lease to operate the 300-acre lake and recreation area. But the new leaseholder, Berthoud Heritage Metropolitan District, said public access for boating and fishing at the southwest Loveland […]

  • Baby box program to be offered to all new parents in Colorado

    DENVER — Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation and the Denver Health Foundation will team with the Baby Box Co. to provide free baby boxes for the estimated 66,500 children who will be born in the state this year. By completing an online syllabus, all new and expecting parents in the state will receive a baby box that contains diapers, baby wipes, a onesie, nursing pads and activity cards. The sturdy cardboard box can also be used as a bed during […]

  • Suspect in homicide of 4-year-old to undergo competency evaluation

    BROOMFIELD, Colo. — A competency evaluation was ordered Thursday for 25-year-old Emanuel Doll, who is charged with first-degree murder in the death of a 4-year-old boy in Broomfield. A preliminary hearing set for July 14 was vacated by 17th Judicial District Judge Mark Warner. A review of the competency evaluation was set for Sept. 7. Warner’s ruling came after defense attorneys filed a motion under seal on June 23. Doll is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the […]

  • Police: Man throws pet rabbits against wall, kills them in front of 5-year-old boy

    COLORADO SPRINGS — A 23-year-old man has been arrested on animal cruelty charges after he allegedly killed two rabbits by throwing them against a wall in front of a 5-year-old boy, the Colorado Springs Police Department said. Gregory Lopez was arrested Wednesday morning in the 1900 block of South Chelton Road after officers were called to investigate a domestic disturbance. Police said a woman and her boyfriend, Lopez, were fighting when he decided to start destroying property. Lopez grabbed the […]

  • Body of hiker recovered at Great Sand Dunes

    GREAT SAND DUNES NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE, Colo. — The body of a hiker was recovered from Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve on Monday, officials said. Two people who were exploring the area on Sunday found the body and reported it to the Custer County Sheriff’s Office. The Custer County Search and Rescue, Saguache County Search and Rescue and the Western Mountain Rescue recovered the body between Milwaukee Peak and Marble Mountain. The National Park Service said it’s […]

  • Woman bitten by rattlesnake in Aurora neighborhood

    AURORA, Colo. — A woman walking in a neighborhood was bitten by a rattlesnake, Aurora Fire Rescue said. The woman was in the area of East Duke and East Doane drives while her children were riding bicycles when she was bit. The attack pushed Aurora Fire Rescue to issue a warning for residents, advising them to be on alert, especially as temperatures heat up. “Rattlesnakes live along the Front Range, and Aurora is not different,” an official said. If someone […]

  • Brazilian activewear company cited for Hanging Lake infractions

    GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. — Liquido Active has been served three citations related to its conduct at Hanging Lake, the Glenwood Post Independent reported. The citations could lead to a fine of an undisclosed amount. The Brazil-based activewear company received a lot of social media backlash for posting a photo, which has been deleted, on Instagram. It showed a photographer wading in Hanging Lake to take photos of models posed on the log that stretches across the lake. Swimming in Hanging […]

  • Proposal put forward to bring unpermitted buildings in Denver up to code

    DENVER — Denver Community Planning and Development and the Denver Fire Department have proposed a program designed to incentivize the owners and tenants of unpermitted spaces to make their buildings safe. The program would make Denver the first city in the country with a law explicitly granting legal occupancy of unpermitted spaces while a building is being brought up to code voluntarily. The program would offer three benefits to users: Allow people to remain in place, offer an extended deadline […]