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  • Police remove suspicious item left at Aurora Best Buy store on Thanksgiving

    AURORA, Colo. — Aurora police have removed a suspicious items left at the Best Buy at Southland’s Mall late Thursday night. Police said that the items found “were suspicious in nature but they were not explosives.” Around 11 p.m. Thursday, Aurora police tweeted that officers evacuated the store and the parking lot. Police activity at Southlands Mall. Best Buy evacuated. Bomb squad investigating suspicious item. Video from viewer. pic.twitter.com/uzO8aNiWou — Erika Gonzalez (@erikagonzaleztv) November 24, 2017 About 40 minutes later, police […]

  • One killed as firefighters battle 3 fires in 12 hours in Colorado Springs

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — One person was killed in three fires in a 12-hour span on Saturday, the Colorado Springs Fire Department said. Firefighters were first dispatched at 3:55 a.m. to a recreational vehicle fire at 30 N. Garland Ave. One person died in the fire and nearby structures suffered damage, the first department said. The cause of the fire is undetermined. A house fire broke out at 2110 Kodiak Drive in southeastern Colorado Springs. It began in the garage and […]

  • Sexually violent predator returns to Boulder homeless shelter

    BOULDER — A sexually violent predator has returned to stay at a homeless shelter in Boulder, police said in a statement issued Tuesday. Christopher Edward Lawyer, 42, is a registered sex offender. Lawyer kidnapped and raped a mail carrier in 2001. He taped her eyes and mouth shut, and assaulted her. When it was over, he made small talk with the victim as he drove home. He was sentenced to 12 years to life in prison. The state parole board […]

  • Denver police search for suspects in massage parlor robbery

    DENVER — Denver Police are searching for two men accused of robbing a massage parlor. Police said it happened at Chin Massage in the 2600 block of South Colorado Boulevard on Aug. 25 around 7:25 p.m. Police released surveillance photos of the two men. Both are believed to be American Indian men in their 30s. One has tattoos on both arms and both wore t-shirts with Broncos logos on the front. Anyone with information can called Denver metro Crime Stoppers […]

  • Denver police officer dies in boating accident at Lake McConaughy

    DENVER — Denver police are remembering an officer killed in a boating accident. The Denver Police Department posted about the death of Officer Joseph Teeter on Facebook Monday. Department officials said he died on Sunday in a boating accident at Lake McConaughy. Teeter served with Denver Police for 11 years, most recently in District 6, according to the department. He is survived by two daughters. “He was a great man, friend and officer,” the department’s Facebook post said. “Joseph was […]

  • Walmart homicide suspect arrested in Loveland

    LOVELAND, Colo. — A man wanted in a homicide that happened in the parking lot of a Longmont Walmart store was arrested Wednesday night, the Loveland Police Department said. Joseph Anderson, 33, was arrested during a traffic stop about 5 p.m. He had been wanted since early Sunday morning for second-degree murder and possession of a weapon by a previous offender. Keith David Williams, 33, was shot and killed at the Walmart in the 2200 block of East Ken Pratt Boulevard during […]

  • Driver killed in rollover crash in Fort Collins

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A man was killed in a single-vehicle rollover crash on Tuesday afternoon, the Fort Collins Police Department said. Police said the crash happened about noon Tuesday on South Taft Hill Road between Laporte Avenue and West Mulberry Street. A brown Ford F-150 heading northbound on Taft Hill Road hit a curb and a tree before rolling into the grass on the side of the road, police said. Police said the man was not wearing a seat […]

  • Gas prices rising in Denver metro area but still below national average

    DENVER — Gas prices are on the rise in Denver, but they are staying below the national average. According to Gasbuddy.com, prices in the Denver metro area increased by 5.2 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.21 per gallon. The national average is $2.27 per gallon. Statewide, Gasbuddy.com said the average is at $2.29 per gallon. In Fort Collins and Colorado Springs, the average is $2.18 per gallon. Including the change in gas prices in Denver during the […]

  • Bush’s recalls cans of baked beans over packaging issues

    WASHINGTON — Bush’s Best Baked Beans is recalling certain 28-ounce cans after finding a potential defect. The company said it recalled Bush’s Brown Sugar Hickory Baked Beans, Country Style Baked Beans and Original Baked Beans. Cans with certain UPC codes could have defective side seams, which could leak or allow dangerous bacteria to grow inside, Bush’s said. All of the recalled beans have a best-by date of June 2019. 28-ounce cans of Bush’s Best Brown Sugar Hickory Baked Beans with […]

  • Police locate 81-year-old missing since Thursday

    DENVER — Denver police located a missing elderly man who hadn’t been seen since Thursday night. Before he was found, Leroy Martinez, 81, was last seen in the 4400 block of West Iliff Avenue around 6 p.m. Thursday. Martinez suffers from dementia and is unable to care for his medical conditions, according to police. Police say the man is safe though they have not released the status of his medical condition or where he was found.

  • Former Morrison officer accused of stealing $132,000 from town

    MORRISON, Colo. — A former Morrison police officer is accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the town. A grand jury indicted Anthony Joiner Tuesday on 29 counts ranging from theft to forgery. Court documents show Joiner diverted funds from the town to his personal account using a private fund he created called the “5280 Police Motors Memorial Fund.” Joiner is accused of stealing more than $132,000 from the town over five years. He was a lieutenant with […]

  • Colorado senator demands White House end voter fraud commission

    As thousands of voters unregister across the state, one of Colorado’s U.S. senators is demanding the White House stops its voter commission. Senator Michael Bennet said he sent a letter to Vice President Mike Pence and the Vice-Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity requesting then to end the commission. In nearly two weeks, roughly 1,100 people in the Denver metro area’s three largest counties took their names off voter registration rolls. Voters are telling county employees they do […]

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