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  • Video shows Georgia waitress take down diner for groping her

    SAVANNAH, Ga. — A Georgia server is being hailed by many after video of her fighting back against a customer who allegedly groped her went viral. Someone who says they are the server’s cousin posted surveillance video of the incident on the /r/justiceserved subreddit on Sunday, claiming the man in the video was later arrested. The incident, which took place at Vinnie Van Go-Go’s on June 30, got mainstream media attention after the thread received more than 50,000 upvotes, reports Savannah Now. Police […]

  • Friends of family shot in Westminster road-rage shooting begin fundraising effort

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. — Friends of a family shot in a suspected road-rage related shooting in Westminster last month have begun a fundraising effort to help the family pay for medical expenses. On June 14, 41-year-old Meghan Bigelow and two of her children were shot outside a dental office. Vaughn Bigelow, 13, was pronounced dead at the scene. Meghan and one of her other sons, 7-year-old Asa, suffered life-threatening injuries. Bigelow’s third son, a 12-year-old, was not shot. He left the car […]

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    2 stabbed on light rail train in downtown Denver

    DENVER — Two people were stabbed on a light rail train on Thursday night, the Denver Police Department said. The incident happened on the L Line at 18th and California streets just before 6 p.m. The intersection is home to several large office and hotel towers. Two people — one male, one female — were treated for serious injuries. The injuries are not believed to be life-threatening, the Denver Police Department said. A female suspect is in custody. Police said the […]

  • New pre-evacuation notices issued for Lake Christine Fire

    BASALT, Colo. — A new pre-evacuation notice is in place for some residences near the Lake Christine Fire burning in the Basalt area. The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office said the notice is in place for Cedar Drive, Toner Creek, Seven Castles and Taylor Road because of increased fire behavior on the eastern flank of the wildfire. Residents should be prepared to leave quickly if a mandatory evacuation is ordered. Authorities lifted all mandatory evacuation orders on July 11. The Lake […]

  • Brighton police officer falsely accused of sex trafficking sues city

    BRIGHTON, Colo. — A Brighton Police Department officer falsely accused of sex trafficking is suing the city of Brighton, according to court documents. Tania Loya is described as a “dedicated and successful employee” with the city of Brighton since she was hired in January 2016. “Officer Loya became the victim of repeated harassment based on false accusations, her race and her gender at the hands of Police Chief Southard, Commander Wegscheider, Sergeant Moore, Sergeant Stolte and Ruth DeCrescentis,” the lawsuit […]

  • UPS resolves claim of Aurora woman charged more than $1,000 after package delivery

    AURORA, Colo. — UPS said it will resolve a claim from an Aurora woman who said she was charged more than $1,000 in additional fees after her package was delivered. Beverly Hanstrom said Travis Nielsen, the UPS regional director for Colorado facilities, called her Thursday morning. “[UPS] will be contacting the collections agency to cease and desist any further action and will write off the charges,” Hanstrom said in an email. Hanstrom is also requesting a letter absolving her and […]

  • Amber Alert canceled for infant believed kidnapped near Nebraska-Colorado border

    SIDNEY, Neb. — An Amber Alert was canceled early Thursday morning for an infant believed to have been kidnapped near the Nebraska-Colorado border. Betty Zamora is 6 weeks old. Police in Sidney, Nebraska believe she was abducted in or near the town in the western portion of the state, not far from the Colorado border. She was last seen at the Cheyenne Villa Apartments in Sidney. She was believed to be in the company of her parents, Maria Campa and […]

  • All 3 people killed in New Mexico bus crash were living in Colorado

    SANDOVAL COUNTY, N.M. — All three people killed in a bus crash in New Mexico on Sunday were living in Colorado, the Sandoval County Sheriff’s Office said Wednesday. Maria Delosangeles Almaza, 65, was from Mexico and living in Denver. Olga Hernandes de Grajeda, 58, also from Mexico, was living in Rocky Ford. And Maria Doleres Orrantia Camacho, 70, was living in Loveland. Hernandes de Grajeda and Orrantia Camacho were originally from the Chihuahua state of Mexico. Authorities did not specify […]

  • Cyclist killed after crash with car in Jefferson County

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — A cyclist involved in a crash with a car in Jefferson County on Wednesday has died, the Colorado State Patrol said. Coal Mine Avenue was closed between Pierce and Yukon streets because of the crash involving a bicyclist and a Pontiac Trans Am coupe. The cyclist had been taken to the hospital in serious condition but was later pronounced dead. The person’s identity has not been released. Investigators are reconstructing the crash to determine what took […]

  • Multivehicle crash forces closure of eastbound I-70 at rush hour

    GOLDEN, Colo. — Authorities closed eastbound Interstate 70 during rush hour early Wednesday evening because of a crash involving seven vehicles, according to the Colorado State Patrol’s Golden office. The incident happened between the freeway’s junctions with Colfax Avenue and Denver West Boulevard. CSP said a semitruck was involved in the crash. At least two people were taken to St. Anthony Hospital in Lakewood. The Lakewood Police Department and Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office also responded to the crash. Shortly after […]

  • Boy reported missing in Larimer County found safe

    WELLINGTON, Colo. — A 12-year-old boy who was reported missing in Larimer County has been found safe. According to the Larimer Emergency Telephone Authority’s Facebook page, the boy is named Seth. He was last seen at 4144 Alder Creek Drive in Wellington. The Wellington Fire Department said on Thursday morning that the boy had been found safe. It offered no further details.

  • Child dies in apparent drowning in northeast Denver

    DENVER — A young child is believed to have died from drowning in northeast Denver on Wednesday afternoon, according to authorities. The incident happened on the 5500 block of Worchester Street in the Montbello neighborhood. The Denver Police Department is investigating.