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  • Ava Reinhard was last seen on April 23, 2014. (Photo: Courtesy Greenwood Village Police Department)

    Greenwood Village police search for missing teen

    GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Greenwood Village police has asked the public’s assistance in gathering information regarding a teen girl, who may be a runaway. Ava Reinhard, 15, is a sophomore at Cherry Creek High School and was last seen April 23 at about 8:30 a.m., said the Greenwood Village Police Department. Detectives described Reinhard as 5-foot-7, approximately 135 pounds, long blonde hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing black yoga pants, a black T-shirt, black canvas shoes and […]

  • An SUV lost its brakes and crashed into the front door of a Denver home on April 30, 2014. (Photo: KDVR/Daryl Orr)

    PHOTOS: SUV crashes into Denver home in Montbello neighborhood

    DENVER — A Suburban drove into the front door of a home in the Montbello neighborhood of Denver after its brakes apparently failed Wednesday afternoon. The incident occurred on the 4900 block of Billings Street at approximately 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, witness Amy Dodd told FOX31 Denver. Dodd said it appeared as if the vehicle’s breaks failed or the driver lost control of the car, causing the driver to plow through an intersection and collide into the front door of a […]

  • AAA Colorado to extend roadside assistance to bicyclists

    DENVER — AAA Colorado announced Wednesday it will relaunch its brand with an assortment of new benefits, including extending roadside assistance to bicyclists who are members. The new policy, set to go into effect Thursday, will provide transportation services to members when their bike is damaged or inoperable without an increase in membership fees, according to a press release from AAA Colorado. AAA Colorado said service cars will be available to meet bikers at trail heads or publicly traveled roads […]

  • Arvada police investigate possible murder-suicide

    ARVADA, Colo. — Police were dispatched to an Arvada residence Tuesday for a welfare check where they discovered two dead bodies. According to the Arvada Police Department, officers responded to a home at 6322 W. 61th Pl. near Lamar Street after family members of the residents said they had not heard from them in awhile and were concerned for their safety. Upon arrival, officers found the husband and wife, who resided in the home, deceased. Police said evidence from the […]

  • Denver police are looking for the woman pictured above, who they say is involved with a road rage incident on March 12, 2014. (Photo: Denver Police Department)

    Denver police look for road rage suspect

    DENVER — Denver police said they are seeking the identity of a felony criminal mischief suspect involved with a road rage incident in March. The crime occurred on March 12 at about 5:30 p.m. at the westbound interchange of Interstate 70 and Interstate 25, according to the Denver Police Department. A white or Hispanic female blocked the victim’s car on I-70 westbound, said police. She then exited her vehicle, while in traffic, and opened her trunk, pulling out a metal […]

  • House fire in Fountain closes Jimmy Camp Road

    FOUNTAIN, Colo. — Firefighters responded to a fully involved house fire in Fountain Wednesday morning. The Fountain Fire Department tweeted an image of crews battling the blaze, as flames engulfed the home in the 10000 block of Jimmy Camp Road. Fire on jimmy camp road pic.twitter.com/HavcAYuMdE — Fountain Fire Dept (@FountainFire) April 30, 2014 The fire prompted authorities to close Jimmy Camp Road in both directions. Fire officials did not offer an estimated time on when the roadway would remain. […]

  • A North Carolina woman was posting to Facebook before she crashed her car and died on April 24, 2014, investigators said. (Photo: FOX8 High Point)

    Woman posts about ‘Happy’ song on Facebook before dying in car crash

    HIGH POINT, N.C. -- A North Carolina woman may have been posting to her Facebook page before crashing her vehicle and dying as a result of the accident...

  • The Cherry Creek Technical Task Force released recommendations for new, custom zoning on April 30, 2014. (Photo: Denver's Community Planning & Development Department/Twitter)

    Cherry Creek zoning proposal aims to enhance sustainability, pedestrian experience

    DENVER — A zoning committee compiled to analyze the development of Cherry Creek’s mixed-use district released its recommendations for new, custom zoning to city planners Wednesday. After eight months of examining and conversing about how to improve the multi-functional nature of Cherry Creek’s mixed-use district — this encompasses the area bordered by University Boulevard, Steele Street, 3rd Avenue and 1st Avenue — the Cherry Creek Technical Task Force presented its new neighborhood development proposal to be considered by the Denver […]

  • DPD: Macy’s shoplifting suspect turns himself into police

    DENVER — A man turned himself into police Monday and told authorities he was the suspect involved in a robbery at a Broomfield Macy’s department store earlier in April. Tyler Cane Nelson, 20, went to the Denver Police Department Monday to identify himself as the suspect in the burglary of a Macy’s department store at the Flatiron Crossings Mall in Broomfield on April 22, said DPD. Shortly before 2 p.m. on April 22, an adult male and female entered the […]

  • Purnice Frazier mug

    Police: Aurora bank robbery suspect turns herself in

    AURORA, Colo. — A woman turned herself into authorities Friday after seeing images of her robbing an Aurora bank on the local news. According to the Aurora Police Department, Purnice Paris Frazier, 27, called into the Aurora Public Safety Communications Department Friday, saying she wanted to turn herself in for robbing the Colorado State Bank of Trust at 15490 E. Hampden Ave. on April 4 as well as the Academy Bank at 9600 E. Hampden Ave. on April 24. Frazier […]

  • Small explosion at CSU chemistry lab sends 1 to hospital

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A small explosion at the Colorado State University Chemistry building sent one student to the hospital while another sustained a minor injury. At approximately 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, a student was washing a glass container in a CSU chemistry lab when the chemical in the container had a reaction to the water, prompting it to explode, said CSU spokesperson Dell Rae. The student holding the container was transported to a nearby hospital to be treated for cuts […]

  • Michael Than mug

    Former Denver Sheriff division chief accused of over $20K in theft, tax evasion

    DENVER — A 46-year-old Westminster man was indicted on theft and tax evasion charges Thursday, according to the First Judicial District Attorney. DA Pete Weir said a district grand jury indicted Michael Than, a former division chief with the Denver Sheriff’s Department, for stealing Turbo Tax software and reselling it on Ebay. Than also allegedly failed to report income on his federal and state tax returns for fees he earned on tax preparation services he provided, added the DA. On […]

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