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Colorado Man Arrested on Drug Charges

A Colorado man was arrested in the early morning hours Thursday following a traffic stop in the area of U.S. 30 west of U.S. 31 in Marshall County. A deputy from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department conducted the traffic stop due to alleged traffic violations. K9 Bear was deployed to conduct a free air sniff around the vehicle when the K9 reportedly alerted to the presence of narcotics.
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EDITORIAL: Josiaz Aragon’s death is a wakeup call

It’s the question that should be gnawing at Denverites right now following last week’s horrific slaying of a 14-year-old Denver boy. Josiaz "Jojo" Aragon’s body was found Monday, Aug. 8, two days before his 15th birthday, near a ballfield behind Denver’s Southwest Recreation Center. Aragon was shot, stabbed and beaten, apparently in broad daylight, according to Denver's Office of the Medical Examiner.

Sanitas Brewing Opening a Second Location in Englewood

Boulder's Sanitas Brewing is working on opening a second location, at 200 West Belleview Avenue in Englewood. Construction is underway, and the space could be open as soon as February 2023. "We started planning location two in 2017," says co-founder and CEO Michael Memsic. "We got really close on a...

Body recovered from Clear Creek in Denver metro area

According to Adams County Fire, crews responded to the report of a water rescue call on Clear Creek at 64th and Beach Street on the afternoon of August 17. Upon arrival at the scene, the victim was found deceased, with Adams County Fire Rescue ultimately recovering the body from the water.

ACC - Countdown to Fall 2022...4 Days Left!

ACC Students – only 4 days until Fall 2022 starts!. ACTION ITEM: Do you need to switch a class? Do you want to get closer to graduation by adding a class? Do you know the drop / add and withdrawal dates for each of your courses if you need to switch courses? What the heck does course census mean?

Natasha Verma Leaving 9News: Where Is the Colorado Anchor Going?

Natasha Verma has been a part of the morning lives and routines of residents of Colorado for the past three years as a 9News anchor. They woke up to the voice of this beautiful philanthropist every day. Fans and her KUSA-TV family are super sad to see her go. In the meantime, people are excited to see where her career will take her next. They are eager to know why Natasha Verma is leaving 9News and if she will also leave Colorado. Fortunately for her followers, Natasha Verma answered most of their questions.

Woman injured after stabbing in Denver

DENVER — The Denver Police Department (DPD) has one person in custody and is investigating a stabbing that injured a woman Friday morning. The stabbing happened in the area of 29th Street and Brighton Boulevard, according to a tweet from DPD. A woman suffered serious injuries and was transported to a local hospital.

Plea deal could have 18 y/o sentenced to juvenile facility

The last 18 months have been incredibly difficult for the Cabriales family. On Feb. 20, 2021, Pamela Cabriales, was shot in the head while she was stopped at a light on Colfax Avenue and Interstate 25. She was on her way home from having dinner with a friend. Pamela died a few days later. The people accused of murdering her, are a then 14-year-old boy, and 18-year-old Neshan Johnson. While court documents state Johnson did not pull the trigger, he was driving the car. Now Alex Cabriales, Pamela's brother, tells CBS News Colorado prosecutors are considering giving Johnson a plea deal...

With five weeks left of summer, mountain areas get a taste of fall this weekend

A weak summer cold front on Friday will drop temperatures for the weekend and bring a chance for rain.For Denver and the Front Range, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will be 5-10 degrees cooler compared to Thursday when the city reached 90 degrees.There will still be a few 90s in southern Colorado on Friday but most of the state will be at least a few degrees cooler than normal thanks to the cold front that arrived Friday morning.The front will also bring a chance for afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms back to much of the state. The best chance will...

Aurora: Say no to panhandlers

(Aurora, Colo.) The Aurora City Council advanced Monday launching an educational campaign to discourage residents from giving money to panhandlers. The council discussed the proposal, brought forth by councilmembers Steve Sundberg and Angela Lawson, during its study session. The proposal still will need approval during a regular council meeting, likely next week.

Amid "ghost guns" rise, ATF makes historic rule changes

"Ghost guns" — or guns that are pieced together at home, lacking a serial number — are becoming increasingly common in Colorado and the U.S. Last year, nearly 20,000 ghost guns were confiscated in criminal investigations around the country, according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Nearly all ghost guns recovered at crime scenes — more than 99% — can't be traced at all, according to the ATF. At the same time, the number of ghost guns used in crimes has risen sharply — jumping 1,000% since 2016, though they still make up just 3% of all guns...