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  • What would Amazon look like in Denver?

    DENVER — The Mile High City is joining dozens of other hoping to attract Amazon’s second headquarters and 50,000 jobs along with it. But what would the campus look like in Denver? Longmont-based F9 Productions decided to find out. Amazon’s current headquarters takes up 8.1 million square feet in Seattle. The architecture firm designed a potential campus located at 19th Street and Broadway covering the same amount of space. It’s made up of five buildings with the tallest topping out […]

  • Man indicted on 153 child pornography counts found in Colorado

    PARKER — A man who spent seven years on the run from police in West Virginia is now behind bars on child pornography charges. Jamie Castle was found in Parker. Castle was indicted for 153 counts of child pornography. Deputies in Douglas County were led to his home after a tip from investigators in West Virginia. “Through collaboration of several different agencies this suspect has been arrested and will be processed through the criminal justice system. Our children and those in […]

  • Denver Zoo names newest chick

    DENVER — One of the new members of the Denver Zoo now has a name. A sarus crane chick was hatched on Aug. 17. The zoo announced on Thursday she will be named Pesto. The chick’s mother is Violetta and her father is Alfredo. Both parents and their new chick are healthy and doing fine, zoo officials said.

  • Reward offered after 2 bears poached in Estes Park

    ESTES PARK, Colo. — A reward has been offered after two black bears were killed in Estes Park this week, police said. Both crimes happened in the area of Aspen Avenue, Ponderosa Drive and Morgan Street, the Estes Park Police Department said. A photo showed crime scene tape around one of the bears. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is investigating the poachings. Police said whoever shot the bears could face charges for illegally discharging a firearm in the town limits. Authorities […]

  • Fort Carson soldier dies in training accident

    FORT CARSON, Colo. — A soldier at Fort Carson died during a training accident early Wednesday morning, officials said. The incident happened about 2:30 a.m. Officials did not release any details about what happened or where. The name of the soldier was not released pending notification of next of kin. The cause of the accident is under investigation.

  • Body found confirmed to be missing 75-year-old hiker

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — A body discovered earlier this week has been identified as a missing hiker, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday. Sharon Davis, 75, got separated from a friend while hiking last week near Goose Creek Trailhead on Friday. She had possible memory loss. A sad update to share. We can now confirm the body found Monday afternoon is missing woman Sharon Davis. Our condolences to her family — Jeffco Sheriff (@jeffcosheriffco) August 17, 2017 Search […]

  • Coroner: Pueblo West mother shot daughter multiple times before killing herself

    PUEBLO WEST, Colo. — The deaths of a mother and her 10-year-old daughter in Pueblo County have been ruled a murder-suicide, the Pueblo County Coroner’s Office said Thursday. The coroner found 42-year-old Jennifer Hamula shot her daughter Stephanie multiple times before killing herself with a single gunshot on Monday afternoon. “Overwhelming evidence indicates the mother and daughter were the only two individuals in the home at the time of the shooting,” Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk Taylor said. The mother and daughter […]

  • Potentially spoiled chicken recalled in Colorado

    DENVER — Red Bird Farms is recalling chicken sold throughout Colorado because it might be spoiled. The chicken was sold at King Soopers and City Market stores. It has a sell by date of Aug. 20. The packaging has a lot number of 720177 or 720199 with an establishment number of P-8139 on the red label. The problem was discovered after King Soopers complained about a discolored product. Red Bird Farms said there have been no consumer complaints and no […]

  • Mother, daughter, 2 dogs found dead in Pueblo home

    PUEBLO, Colo. — Deputies are investigating after a mother, her daughter and two dogs were found dead in a home, the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office said. Investigators said it appears 42-year-old Jennifer Hamula and 10-year-old Stephie Hamula were found shot to death at a home in the 1000 block of Mescal Drive after deputies conducted a welfare check. The official cause of death is pending the outcome of autopsies. The two dogs were were also found shot dead, the sheriff’s […]

  • Body found in search for missing woman

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — Searchers looking for a missing 75-year-old hiker discovered a body in the area where she disappeared, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said. Search teams began looking for Sharon Davis near Goose Creek Trailhead on Sunday. She and a friend got separated on Friday. Davis has possible memory loss. Authorities said Monday the body they discovered will take time to recover because of its location. They won’t be able to confirm the identity until Tuesday. Davis was […]

  • Retired Adams County K-9 officer dies

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — The Adams County Sheriff’s Office is mourning the death of one of its own. In a Facebook post, the agency said K-9 Boomer recently died. Boomer retired a few years ago with his handler, a senior deputy. The sheriff’s office wanted to thank the dog for his service. “We went through a lot together,” the K-9’s handler said. “Thank you Boomer for having my six.” Boomer was 13 years old.

  • Hundreds of off-road vehicles recalled due to brake failures

    Polaris is recalling more than a thousand of its off-highway vehicles because of an issue with the brakes. The company says the front brake can detach. The recall includes 2017 Polaris RZR 570 and RZR S 570 recreational off-highway vehicles. That includes the RZR EPS 570 or RZR S 570 EPS models which have electronic power steering. The two-seat ROVs have “Polaris” stamped on the front grill. If you own one of these vehicles, stop using it immediately. You can […]

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