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The nomination process intended to elevate Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court shows alleged actions at young age aren't always forgotten. What Kavanaugh is accused of doing is very serious. But even actions in high school or college, that don't rise to criminal levels, could still have a big impact on a person's professional life. "It's almost like you can't really escape your past," said rhetoric professor Samuel Jay with Metro State Denver. Boneheaded, ignorant kid... [Read More]
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MILLIKEN, Colo. -- A teenage boy is celebrating a once-in-a-lifetime experience after coming close to death. At the age of 14, Dylan Potthoff's heart stopped beating. But thanks to his mom and first responders, he has quite the story to share. [Read More]
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Mimi Hayes has defied the odds. She survived what many have not. Hayes - originally from Colorado and now living in New York - has returned home to be reunited with medical staff at Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital. Her therapy there, following a brain hemorrhage, has been key to helping her live life to the fullest. "I would not be the person I am today without the people that were here with me getting me back to health," [Read More]
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Police in Broomfield are anxious to make an arrest after they say a suspect broke into businesses, stole two cars and prompted a bomb scare. Officers in the northern Denver suburb issued a BOLO (Be on the Lookout) bulletin to police departments across the metro area on Tuesday for a white Dodge Stratus with Colorado plates KVQ-840. That car was stolen by the suspect, according to police. Police believe one person is responsible for the Tuesday morning... [Read More]
Police are anxious to make an arrest after they say a suspect broke into businesses, stole two cars and prompted a bomb scare in Broomfield. A be on the lookout bulletin was issued across the metro area on Tuesday for a white Dodge Stratus with Colorado license plate KVQ-840. The vehicle was stolen by the suspect, the Broomfield Police Department said. Police believe one person is responsible for the Tuesday morning crime spree that included breaking into... [Read More]
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New research shows women with a high risk of developing breast cancer should consider more than just mammograms for early detection. The study, published by the American Association for Cancer Research, shows women with certain genes should be screened twice a year using MRIs. The new research does not mean women should no longer get annual mammograms. But for a certain group of women, MRI screening is helping save lives. The study reveals MRIs were able to catch... [Read More]
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A group of thieves was caught on camera early Thursday morning making a getaway with five vehicles stolen from Berkenkotter Motors on US Highway 85 north of Brighton. Surveillance video shows the perpetrators opening a gate and driving three SUVs and two sedans off the lot. [Read More]
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A group of thieves was caught on camera early Thursday morning making a getaway with five vehicles from Berkenkotter Motors on U.S. Highway 85 north of Brighton. Surveillance video shows the perpetrators opening a gate and driving three SUVs and two sedans off the lot about 2:30 a.m. General manager Mike Wright says a group of six people made off with a Nissan Rogue, a Lexus IS 250, a Lexus GX 470, a Ford Fusion Titanium and... [Read More]
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A 12-year-old boy in Adams County is recovering after being hit by a vehicle and seriously injured on Tuesday. The boy, Gaven Starbuck, was released from a hospital on Wednesday morning. [Read More]
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A 12-year-old boy in Adams County is recovering after being hit by a vehicle and seriously injured on Tuesday. Gaven Starbuck was released from a hospital on Wednesday morning. About the same time, his family was left wondering why law enforcement had not launched an investigation. Representatives of the Westminster Police Department, Adams County Sheriff's Office and Colorado State Patrol described a jurisdictional nightmare. Gaven was riding his bike on Tuesday in a residential neighborhood near... [Read More]
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Full recovery is finally on the horizon for two Fourmile Canyon properties following widespread flooding in 2013. It has been a long road for those who depend on creek bridges to access their properties. [Read More]
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The Town of Windsor continues investigating what has been called a tragic accident that claimed the life of 8-year-old Brycen Zerby during a Labor Day parade. Officials say they're focusing on ways to make sure future parades are as safe as possible. On Monday— a week after the tragedy— Windsor's mayor, Kristie Melendez, paid tribute to Brycen with a touching speech. She called on the town to stay united in its compassion and sympathy. "This board, this... [Read More]
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Outside the Knights of Columbus hall in Capitol Hill, Delberta "Lady" Clark stays busy making and selling walking canes. Her hobby has now turned into a charity effort to help those who protect and serve the community. [Read More]
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Police in the Denver enclave of Glendale are investigating a reported theft that led to thousands of dollars fraudulently charged to credit cards and a stolen family keepsake. Sara Castiglione tells FOX31 someone broke into her car on Tuesday while she was at a gym. Her credit cards were used at a Target on South Colorado Boulevard in Glendale and elsewhere in Denver and Aurora, according to Castiglione. "By the time the bank finally froze my account,... [Read More]
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Dozens gathered in Windsor Wednesday night to honor the memory of a little boy tragically killed during a Labor Day parade. The gathering included a candlelight vigil and emotional support form the town's religious leaders. [Read More]
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Dozens gathered in Windsor on Wednesday night to honor the memory of a boy killed during a Labor Day parade. The gathering included a candlelight vigil and emotional support form the town's religious leaders. That vigil was held less than a mile from a growing memorial where Brycen Zerby was killed on Monday. Those at vigil wrote messages of support to the boy's family and heard from area pastors talking about the power of faith. Brycen was... [Read More]
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Early-morning explosions injured two people at First Interstate Inn near I-25 and Highway 24 on Tuesday. Hash oil could be to blame, according to deputies. A criminal investigation is ongoing. "There was like a big bang," witness Jason Kirby said. [Read More]
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Early-morning explosions injured two people at First Interstate Inn near Interstate 25 and Highway 119 on Tuesday. Hash oil could be to blame, according to Weld County sheriff's deputies. A criminal investigation is ongoing. "There was like a big bang," witness Jason Kirby said. The room's interior shows aerosol canisters left behind. Evidence of butane hash oil extraction was found, according to deputies. The Weld County Drug Task Force is investigating. Two men with serious burns... [Read More]
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An 8-year-old boy was killed after being struck by a float during a parade on Monday morning, the Windsor Police Department said. The incident happened near the end of the Windsor Harvest Festival parade. The child was taken to Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland with his parents. The boy died shortly after arriving at the hospital. "The child and family are in our hearts right now. Windsor is a small, tight-knit community and we hope... [Read More]
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A slow-moving landslide could cost the city of Louisville roughly $500,000, according to estimates. The slide— that has been creeping along for the last several years— is threatening homes. A design process of a hillside reinforcement was approved during a city council meeting Tuesday night. Experts say the reinforcement will be needed to protect homes near the Coyote Run open space. A swath of land in the open space is unstable. Significant rainfall about five years ago... [Read More]
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