Thomas is the Digital Content Manger for and He has worked as a digital journalist in Denver for five years now.

After graduating from the University of Colorado at Boulder, Thomas worked as a web writer for KMGH in Denver. In November 2012, joined the web staff at KDVR as Digital Content Manager.

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Recent Articles
  • Hayat Boumeddiene, aged 26, known associate of Amedy Coulibaly. (Photo: Direction centrale de la Police judiciaire via Getty Images)

    Massive search for woman suspected in Paris hostage-taking

    PARIS, France, — A new, massive manhunt was launched Friday for the only surviving suspect from the two hostage situations in France, who may have escaped, police union spokesman Pascal Disant said. That suspect is Hayat Boumeddiene, a 26-year-old woman who allegedly was the accomplice of Amedy Coulibaly, 32, in the standoff at a kosher grocery store in eastern Paris. Four people were killed in the standoff, which ended Friday afternoon when police stormed the market, French President François Hollande […]

  • Denver Police outside the scene of a drive-by shooting.

    Denver Police investigating drive-by shooting

    DENVER — One person was shot during a drive-by shooting in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood Friday afternoon. Police said in a tweet that the victim has non-life-threatening injuries. The shooting happened at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Ivy Street. No other details were immediately available. This story will be updated as more information arrives.

  • Denver Police Officer John Adsit. (Photo: DPD Facebook page)

    Family: Denver officer Adsit walks, continues recovery

    DENVER — Officer John Adsit, who was run over by a driver while escorting a group of East High School students during a walkout, continues to face a long road to recovery, but has made progress, including some walking, his family said Thursday. “It is just over a month since the accident and the fact that John survived is a miracle,” the family said in a statement released by Denver Police. Adsit was one of four Denver police officers who […]

  • Christmas trees are discarded in Prioty Park, north London. (Photo: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images)

    Where to recycle your Christmas tree

    DENVER — Many cities across the metro area offer Christmas tree recycling services. Here is a list of cities and counties where recycling programs are available. — Aurora — Arvada — Broomfield — Boulder — Brighton — Commerce City — Denver — Douglas County — Fort Collins — Golden — Lakewood — Littleton — Longmont — Thornton — Westminster

  • 2 adults arrested after street fight that sent 5 to hospital

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Two adults have been arrested in connection with a street fight that sent five people to the hospital Monday night. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrests Tuesday morning. Spokesman Sgt. Ron Hanavan said an argument earlier in the day led to a fight. Douglas County deputies were investigating the scene in the 8800 block of Chestnut Hill Lane where a knife and other tools were possibly used. All five people were treated and released […]

  • DaVita's corporate headquarters in lower downtown Denver.

    Colo. to get $3 million from anti-kickback settlement with DaVita

    DENVER — Colorado will receive $3 million as part of a settlement with DaVita Healthcare Partners Inc. over allegations the company offered kickbacks to doctors to suggest DaVita dialysis centers. The $3 million is part of a $389 million settlement DaVita agreed to pay to settle a criminal and civil anti-kickback investigation with the U.S. Justice Department announced in October, said DaVita spokesman Skip Thurman. The Colorado Attorney General’s Office announced the $3 million settlement, part of $22 million five […]

  • Top 10 local stories of 2014 on

    DENVER — An armed man takes a woman hostage outside a 7-Eleven, a hours-long police chase through the metro area, Broncos fever and students teasing a principal with a mariachi band — these are the most viewed stories on last year. We took a look back at the archive and organized stories by unique visitors. This list cannot be interpreted as a list of the most important stories of the last year, but it is what people were clicking […]

  • Top 10 national stories of 2014 on

    DE NVER — Nude photos of actresses leaked online, Brittany Maynard’s journey to end her life and some common sense about Ebola — these were the most viewed national and international stories on our website. We took a look back at the archive and organized stories by unique visitors. This list cannot be interpreted as a list of the most important stories of the last year, but it is what people were clicking on. Here are the most viewed national […]

  • Warehouse catches fire in northeast Denver

    DENVER -- A warehouse caught fire in Denver's Montbello neighborhood Tuesday afternoon.

  • Hash oil extraction

    AG disputes suspects claim that making hash oil is legal under Colo. law

    DENVER — Colorado’s Attorney General John Suthers said Tuesday that home production of hash oil is not protected under Amendment 64 and cannot be used as a defense by a man accused of making the substance that resulted in an explosion. Hash oil is the byproduct of extracting THC from marijuana plants with butane. The process can be dangerous and has resulted in more than 30 explosions in Colorado, according to the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area. The […]

  • A mother left her car running and left a 3-year-old unattended inside, police said. Someone sole the car, but ditched it in Aurora. (Photo: Aurora Police via AuroraNews1)

    Car left running with 3-year-old inside stolen, police say

    AURORA, Colo. — Police are looking for a man who stole a car left running in Aurora Monday night with a 3-year-old child inside. Aurora Police said the owner of the car was visiting a relative and left her child inside the running car in the 2200 block of Kenton Street. Five minutes later, she returned and the car was gone, police said. Officers quickly responded and began a dragnet of the area. The car was spotted a short time […]

  • 18-year-old Jeremy Lewallen and his 42-year-old wife Carrie Carley

    Married couple accused of stealing Christmas decorations, leaving them in ‘decoration graveyard’

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A Colorado Springs couple are accused of stealing Christmas displays from dozens of families and dumping them in a back yard that one person described as a “decoration graveyard.” Jeremy Lewallen, 18, and his 42-year-old wife, Carrie Carley, were arrested Dec. 19. According to their arrest affidavit, both the front and back yards of their home on Angelina Circle North was filled with decorations. A neighbor, who had his own decorations taken, told police he drove by […]

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