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Funeral director accused of keeping woman's body in hearse for 2 yearsThe Quick HistorianNewsBreak Contributor
Footage shows 13-year-old Diego Hernandez in his Colorado yard on the same night he went missingS.BrownNewsBreak Contributor
Opinion: Yuppies, formerly homeless people share Central Park/Park Hill neighborhood in DenverDavid HeitzNewsBreak Contributor
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Construction site manager shoots 2 people who he says attacked him
A manager of a construction site shot two people after he said he confronted them as they were possibly burglarizing the site and they attacked him, Denver police said. It happened on Sunday the 8500 block of West Belleview Avenue.One of the people who was shot was a man and died at the scene. A woman was also shot, and she died after being taken to the hospital.The shooting took place at a commercial construction site. Police say the site manager told them he was assaulted after he confronted the pair about why they were there with no authorization, and that he pulled out a gun and started shooting after that.He then waited until police arrived to update them about what happened, and he is cooperating with Denver police's investigation into the shooting. As of Monday at midday, no arrests have been made in the case.
Footage shows 13-year-old Diego Hernandez in his Colorado yard on the same night he went missing
The community of Denver, Colorado, has been engulfed in worry and hope as the search for 13-year-old Diego Hernandez continues, now nearing its third month. Diego mysteriously vanished from his family's home on December 1, leaving behind a trail of unanswered questions and a desperate plea for his safe return.
Colorado Restaurant Abruptly Closes After Owner Rants On Yelp
We've all seen plenty of keyboard warriors vent online about all things - big or small. Especially when it comes to the customer service industry, there's always someone with an opinion. Sometimes those opinions are positive, sometimes they are not. Sometimes they go a bit over the top and business owners generally have to grow thick skin to withstand the onslaught of feedback from all corners of the internet.
Victim in deadly hit-and-run identified as member of parafencing team
Teammates of a Colorado man struck and killed in a hit-and-run crash in Lakewood are mourning his loss, hoping the person who allegedly struck the parafencer will be found and arrested.Terre Engdahl, 30, of Lakewood, was killed Friday evening near Kipling Street and West 23rd Avenue. Neither police nor the coroner's office but a teammate identified Engdahl as the person hit by the suspect vehicle. Parafencing, or "wheelchair fencing," follows much of the same rules as traditional fencing, but is done while seated.According to data from Colorado State Patrol, hit-and-run crashes saw an increase across the state last year versus...
Man found dead underneath snowmobile
A 38-year-old man from Highlands Ranch died over the weekend in a remote part of Colorado's Western Slope. Gregory Thompson's crashed snowmobile was found near Sand Peak on Sunday by members of the group he was riding with. He was underneath the snowmobile, which had flipped over. He was declared dead on the scene by first responders after attempts at CPR failed. It's not clear what caused the snowmobile Thompson was riding to flip over. A spokesperson for the Rio Blanco County Sheriff's Office said there wasn't any avalanche in the area. An autopsy was set to take place on Monday on Thompson's body. The Sand Peak area is located 45 miles northeast of Meeker and in the winter months is generally only accessible by snowmobile. The closest road is County Road 8. Crews rushed to the scene just before 4 p.m. after receiving an emergency alert from a personal GPS device.
Experience Littleton's Pizza Scene: The 3 Pizzas You Can't Miss
In this article, we're going to explore three exceptional pizzerias in Littleton. Have you had the opportunity to sample their offerings yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Please feel free to leave your comments below!
Wild Temp Swings & Snow for Colorado
Colorado's Front Range is known for some pretty wild weather, and this week will be an example of that; temperatures go from near-record highs in the 60s on Monday afternoon to the teens on Wednesday morning as a cold front moves through the region. Not only will we see temperatures swing, but we will also see the front produce snow for the highest elevations.
Storm system moving in Tuesday
Impending storm system to hit Tuesday with red flag warnings across Eastern Plains. Expect gusts up to 60 MPH, especially along South Highway 50. Metro area winds to ease tonight, but foothills face longer gusts. Denver to see near 70° highs before snow arrives, complicating High Country travel tomorrow.
Man calls police Monday to say he’d shot a man inside his home
AURORA | Police say a man found his own way to a local hospital early Monday after being shot while inside a north Aurora home. A resident in the home in the 500 block of Potomac Street called dispatchers at about 4 a.m. saying he’d “shot a man who entered his home,” police said in a social media post.
Denver weather: Storms in the mountains Tuesday
A winter storm warning has been issued for most places where the elevation is above 9,000 feet - but what does that mean for metro Denver? Pinpoint Weather Meteorologist Travis Michels explains.
Denver weather: From windy and warm Monday to colder and snowy Tuesday morning
This wouldn’t be Colorado if crazy weather shifts didn’t happen in a span of mere hours, which will be the case by Tuesday morning when snow returns to the Denver metro.
‘Penguin bandit’ charged after series of bank robberies in Denver
On Friday, the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Colorado announced the charges against the suspected "penguin bandit."
Colorado Restaurant Named The Best Sushi Joint In The State
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This Is Colorado’s Best Pizza Spot According to Yelp
Would you say that Colorado is known for being a pizza state? Some would say no, but considering that we have our style of pizza, I would say otherwise. The crust of Colorado-style pizza is my personal favorite. The crust is thick and knotted and has a slight honey taste. The mountain of toppings is also legendary. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.
Which Massachusetts Target Locations Are Charging Customers New “Impact Fee”?
Massachusetts is a great place to live. Residents and visitors have their choice of city or county life, plenty of restaurants, and of course, plenty of shopping. Massachusetts is home to an abundance of independent retailers from book stores, to sports equipment to gift shops. While small and family-owned businesses are a vital part of the state's economy, big box stores have their place in Massachusetts as well.
Legacy Of Colorado’s First Black Surgeon Honored By Historic Health Clinic
The life and legacy of Colorado’s first Black surgeon, Dr. Bernard F. Gipson Sr., is being honored by the Denver Health’s Eastside Family Health Center. Born to a poor Texas family in the 1920s, Gipson grew up to become one of America’s first Black surgeons, according to Denver 7. While he worked in the midst of the Civil Rights Movement, many were unaware of his rich history. Thankfully, Gipson ensured that his legacy would be stored. Before his death at age 93 in 2015, he donated boxes of his mementos, including photographs, and documents, to the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library....
GoFundMe Launches After MLK ‘I Have A Dream’ Memorial Vandalized In Denver
A GoFundMe has launched after an MLK "I Have a Dream" memorial in Denver was vandalized with visible damage and a missing 200-pound bronze plaque. The post GoFundMe Launches After MLK ‘I Have A Dream’ Memorial Vandalized In Denver appeared first on NewsOne.
Fiery Discussion: The Prospects of Non-Citizens Serving as Police Officers and Firefighters Soon
Intense Debate: The Possibility of Non-Citizens Becoming Cops and Firefighters in the Near Future. Denver is currently contemplating a charter amendment that would permit non-citizens with work permits to serve as police officers and firefighters. This proposal, supported by the city's police and fire chiefs, has ignited a heated debate among the public, with diverse opinions regarding law and order and potential opportunities for non-citizens. A public vote on the matter is anticipated in November.
‘It’s like a dream’: Denver man reunites with missing emotional support dog
A happy update to the story of a missing support animal gone for nearly three months. After posting on social media and passing out countless flyers throughout Five Points, CJ Ortega has finally been reunited with his two-year-old Boston terrier.
What’s the Story With the Lion Statues in Denver?
Denver is lined with historic architecture, especially in the Capitol Hill and Cheesman Park neighborhoods. Many of the homes and buildings feature distinct design elements that were common decades ago. Nowadays, some might wonder why certain things were incorporated into the facades of these historic structures. For example, many of...