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  • Fireworks that are illegal in Colorado for sale in Wyoming

    Coloradans go to Wyoming to buy fireworks that are illegal in Colorado

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. — It’s celebrated as a day of freedom. “It’s the one time of year that people get to you know, come in and buy things that go up in the air and make big pretty displays. Its just part of tradition,” fireworks customer Andy Stephens said. Yet on America’s Independence Day, for some, […]

  • Denver Broncos player Ben Garland meets a patient at Children's Hospital

    Broncos and Children’s Hospital Colorado partner up

    AURORA, Colo. — It was standing-room only Wednesday as a quartet of Broncos players played Children’s Hospital … well not on the gridiron … but in the hospital, where all the healing takes place. “We hope our partnership will help improve the quality of life for our young patients and for health programs we operated […]

  • New laws aimed at cyberbullying and homemade hash oil took effect Wednesday, July 1, 2015.

    19 new laws take effect, led by cyberbullying, homemade hash oil

    DENVER — Nineteen laws take effect in Colorado on Wednesday, including hefty fines and jail time for anyone guilty of cyberbullying and making homemade hash oil. Colorado joins three dozen other states that have made cyberbullying a crime. The high-tech means of taunting has sometimes led to tragic results. The move comes after the case […]

  • Local family says a 2 minute test saved their daughters life

    LAYFAYETTE, Colo. — A simple health screening that will soon be required for all newborns in Colorado could help save lives. It is called a pulse oximetry screening. It uses a painless sensor to measure the amount of oxygen in the blood. Low oxygen levels could indicate serious health problems. Most states screen newborns 24 hours […]

  • 6.29 Muhammed Murib

    Problem Solvers: AAAA TV owner arrested, charged with fraud

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — A Centennial Repair Shop owner faces up to 6 years behind bars after a FOX31 Problem Solver’s Investigation led to his arrest. Muhammed Murib made his first appearance before an Arapahoe County Court judge on felony charges related to his business AAAA TEVA (TV Electronics Vacuums Appliances). Murib took a short walk at […]

  • According to the Charlotte Fire Department, the fire at Briar Creek Road Church was set intentionally. Investigators have not found anything pointing to a hate crime, but is has not been ruled out, Fire Department spokeswoman Cynthia Robbins Shah-Khan said. (Photo: CNN)

    Fires at black churches in spotlight post-Charleston

    CHARLESTON, S.C. — Five fires at predominately African-American churches in several states are in the spotlight. News that federal investigators are investigating the fires — for signs of arson or hate crimes — has been making waves on social media, where the question is posed with a hashtag: #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches. The mass murder of nine people […]

  • 6.29 map us couch potato

    Where is the couch potato capital of America?

    Recently, it seems that America’s companies are giving us more reasons to stay inside. You can now get your favorite food delivered to your door through sites like Seamless and eat it in bed while watching every episode of Friends on your computer thanks to Netflix. You don’t even have to make the trek to […]

  • Western Conservative Summit

    Politicians campaign for presidential bid at Western Conservative Summit

    DENVER — Democrats and Republicans not being shy as they campaign for your vote. Here in Denver, several GOP candidates take the stage for this year’s Western Conservative Summit this weekend. Several presidential hopefuls are among those candidates at the Sixth Annual Western Conservative Summit. The Republican candidates are fired up, and so are Colorado […]

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    Preserved dinosaur cells found — but sadly scientists still can’t build ‘Jurassic World’

    LONDON — The science behind the “Jurassic Park” films always seemed far-fetched, even before the latest installment, “Jurassic World,” introduced the idea of genetically engineered super-dinosaurs. For one thing, finding mosquitoes that had drunk the blood of dinosaurs and then been preserved in amber for hundreds of millions of years is incredibly unlikely. But there’s […]

  • U.S. 36 in Denver

    Motorcyclists can use U.S. 36 express lanes for free, need sticker tags

    DENVER — Motorcyclists will be able to use the express lanes of U.S. 36 for free, as long as they have an Express Toll account and pass. The Colorado Department of Transportation announced Thursday that like all other Express Lanes that offer free HOV/carpool such as those on I-25 and U.S. 36, motorcyclists can also […]

  • Kids play in the Dry Dock pool in Mahattan's East Village on the first day of the city's outdoor pool season. (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

    CDC report reveals what causes red eyes at the pool

    ATLANTA — As summer begins, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is dropping a gross bombshell on swimmers explaining why their eyes burn in the pool. Most swimmers believe red, stinging eyes in the pool are caused by chlorine. While this isn’t completely false, there’s another disgusting element that creates the burning. “Irritants in […]

  • South Platte River.

    Grim weekend in Colorado’s fast-moving rivers with three dead, one missing

    DENVER — It was a deadly weekend in fast-moving Colorado rivers as three men were killed and another man went missing in tubing, kayaking and rafting accidents. Near Pueblo, a 23-year-old Parker man was killed while tubing on the Arkansas River on Sunday. Steven Kelly was tubing near the Cottonwood picnic area on the east […]