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  • CSU Rams unveil special Colorado state flag uniforms

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Colorado State University gave fans a peek of the uniform the Rams players will wear in the game against Boise State. The special uniforms are white with the “C” from Colorado’s state on the helmet, shoulder pads and gloves. #StatePride 11.11.17 vs. Boise State. — CSU Rams Football (@CSUFootball) September 21, 2017  

  • Police looking for endangered teen missing from Westminster

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. — The Westminster Police Department is asking the public to help them find an endangered teen. Jaden Lell, 17, was last seen on Monday, Sept. 18,  around 6 p.m. Police said it is unusual for Lell to leave home for long periods of time as he needs medication for several mental health disorders. He does not have a cell phone and usually communicates through social media sites, which he has not done in the last few days, police […]

  • Man says uncle beat him repeatedly, locked him in shipping container for hours

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — A Jefferson County man is accused of beating his 21-year-old nephew with a club and locking him a metal shipping container for hours. According to the case report, a man wearing nothing but boxer shorts, socks and a small blanket knocked on the door of a home on Parsons Road at about 9:30 p.m. on Sept. 11. The man, Adonis Gomez, told the resident he had been beat up by his uncle, 59-year-old Wynn R. Sichting, at Sichting’s […]

  • Pueblo Zoo welcomes two bison calves from CSU

    PUEBLO, Colo. – The Pueblo Zoo has welcomed two bison calves to their exhibit. The new calves, Sid and Ginger, were given to the zoo by Colorado State University. Staff members say the two are three months old and both were rejected by their mothers. For now, they are being hand fed three times a day with a bottle. They weigh about 100 pounds each but they can grow up to nearly 2,000 pounds, zoo officials said. A zoo spokesman […]

  • Loveland man arrested for criminally negligent homicide after woman overdoses

    LOVELAND, Colo. — A Loveland man who was with a woman when she died from an overdose of heroin and methamphetamine could be charged with criminally negligent homicide. Ruthann Estrada, a 60-year-old Loveland resident, died in October 2016, the Loveland Police Department said. After a lengthy investigation,  27-year-old Shane Bueno was arrested on Sept. 20. Bueno is currently being held at the Larimer County Jail.

  • Grand Junction gets lucky again: $3.3M Lotto win comes days after $133M Powerball win

    GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A store in Grand Junction sold a Lotto ticket that won a $3.3 million jackpot just days after another store in Grand Junction sold a ticket that won a $133 million Powerball jackpot. G.J. is having the wildest Lucky streak we've ever seen!Tonite a $3.3 MILLION Lotto jackpot winner was sold at City Market on Hwy 50 South. — Colorado Lottery (@ColoLottery) September 21, 2017 The sale of the ticket worth $3.3 million was announced the very same […]

  • Tanner Flores won’t face death penalty in shooting of Ashley Doolittle

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A Berthoud teenager arrested in the shooting death of his ex-girlfriend will not face the death penalty when the case goes to trial next week. Tanner Flores, 19, pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and second-degree kidnapping charges in the death Ashley Doolittle. Flores is accused of killing Doolittle on June 9 near Carter Lake in Larimer County and driving her body to Mesa County. According to the arrest affidavit, Flores told Mesa County sheriff’s investigators that he shot Doolittle twice […]

  • Man found shot in car in the middle of the street in Denver

    DENVER — Police are investigating after a man was shot early Wednesday morning in Denver. A black Volkswagen was stopped in the middle of the street East 31st Avenue and North Marion Street around 3:30 a.m. An unconscious man was slumped over the steering wheel of a car, police told FOX31 Denver. The man was transported to the hospital in critical condition. Police said they believed the man was in his mid-20s but did not provide any additional information about the […]

  • Pregnant woman revived with Narcan overdoses again less than an hour later

    PHILADELPHIA — A pregnant woman who overdosed on heroin was revived with two doses of Narcan and then overdosed again less than an hour later. A stranger saw the unconscious pregnant woman and alerted transit officers, who administered the Narcan, WPVI TV reported. The woman didn’t want any kind of medical treatment and refused to go to the hospital. She got up and left the area, WPVI reported. But less than an hour later, the officers found the woman lying […]

  • Deputy and suspect hospitalized after high-speed chase ends with shooting in Fountain

    FOUNTAIN, Colo. — A deputy shot a suspect after a high-speed chase in Fountain early Tuesday morning, KRDO reports. The El Paso County Sheriff’s office said the chase started in the Security/Widefield area at about 2:45 a.m. The driver refused to pull over and reached speeds of over 100 miles-per-hour. Authorities told KRDO that several police cars and civilian cars were damaged — and a deputy’s patrol car caught on fire. The sheriff’s department called off the chase but the Colorado Springs […]

  • Semi catches fire near Peoria and I-70

    DENVER — A semi truck caught fire early Tuesday morning near Peoria and Interstate 70. The Denver Fire Department and the Denver Police Department responded to the fire at East 45th Avenue and Havana Street at a little after 6 a.m. When SkyFOX flew overhead at 6:10 a.m. there were flames between the cab of the semi and the trailer. Police said no one was seriously hurt in the fire. Northbound Peoria was closed at I-70 closed while crews worked […]

  • Apartment fire in Aurora sends 5 people to the hospital

    AURORA, Colo. — Five people went to the hospital after a large fire at an apartment complex in Aurora early Monday morning. Officials with Aurora Fire Rescue said they got the call at about 2 a.m. When firefighters got to the building at the corner of East 12th Avenue and Dallas Street there was “heavy fire” on all three floors, officials said. Two people were trapped by the flames and firefighters had to use ladders to rescue people from the […]

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