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  • Astronaut Scott Kelly in Denver on Thursday

    DENVER — Cmdr. Scott Kelly will be in Denver on Thursday to celebrate his new book, “Endurance: A Year in Space, a Lifetime of Discovery.” The Tattered Cover Book Store is hosting the event at the Trinity United Methodist Church at 18th Avenue and Broadway in Denver. Kelly will be joined by Steve Lee, a space scientist in the adult and children’s programs department at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and a senior research scientist at the Space […]

  • Venmo now includes online shopping

    DENVER– Venmo users can now use the app to shop online. The app allows users to send money directly to someone or request money from them. Starting this week, Venmo users can pay for online purchases from more than 2 million retailers, including Lululemon, Foot Locker and Forever 21. Users can make a purchase on their phone at any retail site that accepts Paypal, Venmo’s parent company. “Our vision for Venmo is to not only be the go-to app for […]

  • Mother, stepfather arrested for abuse of 12-year-old girl

    PUEBLO, Colo. — A mother and stepfather were taken into custody after a 12-year-old girl was spotted walking down the road injured. The Pueblo Police Department saw the girl limping near the intersection of Beulah and Northern avenues. Officers say the girl had significant injuries, including broken bones, lacerations and contusions that indicated she had been physically abused for a long period of time. Her stepfather, Perry Taylor Amrstrong, 35, was arrested for child abuse with serious bodily injury and second-degree assault with domestic violence. Her mother, Kendra Dawn Medina, 30, […]

  • Frontier Airlines adds new service in Colorado Springs

    COLORADO SPRINGS — Frontier Airlines has added two new nonstop destinations from Colorado. Flights are now available from the Colorado Springs Airport to Tampa, FL and to Ft. Myers, FL. The first flight to Ft. Myers took off Thursday, while the inaugural Tampa flight took off Friday. “Today we introduce a new, more affordable way to travel for the Southern Colorado community,” said Tyria Squyres, Vice President of Marketing, Frontier Airlines. “We’re offering not only amazing low fares, but a […]

  • The FBI cut off communication between the Cryptolocker ransomware network and victims' computers. But the virus lives on.

    City of Englewood hit by ransomware attack

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The city of Englewood said it was hit by a ransomware virus Tuesday night. The information technology department said the virus impacted all city internal systems. All Englewood networks and systems were taken offline as IT worked to investigate and determine the scope of damage to the network. Systems were fully back up and running by Thursday morning. “At this point, all of our information indicates that personally identifiable information of employees and residents was not compromised […]

  • Colorado’s most expensive ZIP codes for rent

    DENVER — We know rent is high in Colorado right now, but we’re now getting an idea of which neighborhoods you may end up spending more on rent per month. According to the RentCafe blog, the most expensive ZIP code is Denver’s 80206, where the average rent is $1,991. This ZIP code covers the Cherry Creek, Congress Park and City Park neighborhoods. The second most expensive is 80113 in Englewood, with rent averaging around $1,914. That includes Cherry Hills Village. […]

  • 28,000 jogging strollers recalled over potential fall risk

    WASHINGTON — Delta Children issued a recall for 28,000 of its J is for Jeep brand cross-country all-terrain jogging strollers over concerns they can break and possibly injure children. At least four incidents involving the stroller’s leg bracket breaking have been reported, with one resulting in cuts and bruising to a child. The impacted products were sold at stores nationwide between August 2015 and August 2016 for a retail price of between $130 and $160. They have two wheels in […]

  • 5 Colorado cities rank on Military Times’ best places to live list

    DENVER — Several Colorado cities are being recognized as some of the best places for military members and their families to live. Military Times ranked Centennial as the third-best medium city to live in. “In Colorado, and especially in the metropolitan area that we’re in, embracing the military is the norm,” Centennial Mayor Cathy Noon said. “I think that energy, that value of the military culture is just part of who we are.” Highlands Ranch ranked seventh in the small-city […]

  • Hanging Lake to close this weekend for maintenance

    GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. — Hanging Lake trail and parking area will be closed for maintenance beginning Friday night through Sunday. Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado and Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers will be doing several maintenance projects during the closure, including constructing rock steps, repairing bridges and benches, removal of graffiti, installing barrier chain at the historic shelter, constructing trail water drainage, and installing signs. “We’re very pleased to once again be partnering with Volunteer for Outdoor Colorado and the Roaring Fork Outdoor […]

  • 17 new shops, restaurants coming to DIA in 2018

    DENVER — Denver International Airport is continuing to expand its cuisine and shopping. The airport soon will welcome more than a dozen new shops and restaurants, many of them local. The Denver City Council and Mayor Michael Hancock recently approved new contracts that will bring 17 new shops and restaurants to the airport. They include: Three new Starbucks, located on Concourses A, B and C Three new Dazbog coffees, located on Concourses A, B and C Larimer Street Market (travel […]

  • Officers interrupt Littleton pawn shop robbery but suspects escape

    LITTLETON, Colo. — A pawn shop robbery was interrupted when officers showed up as the criminals were in action, the Littleton Police Department said. It happened at The Pawn Bank on West Littleton Boulevard about 2:45 a.m. Wednesday. Police said they received a call about a suspicious situation after a passerby saw a truck parked outside the pawn shop with a couple of people hanging out. When the first officer arrived, two people jumped into the truck and drove off. They […]

  • Lone Tree partners with Uber to offer free rides

    LONE TREE, Colo. — Free rides from Park Meadows Mall to Cabelas or the Lone Tree Golf Club have become available. The city of Lone Tree partnered with Uber to offer people free rides within the city limits. “We are thrilled to be the first municipality in the nation to partner with Uber on a project like this,” Mayor Jackie Millet said. Anyone can use the standard Uber app to book rides. They’ll be picked up by a 12-passenger shuttle […]

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