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Video shows fire, explosion at Denver homeless camp
Video shows a fire and explosion at a homeless encampment in Denver on Thursday afternoon. It happened near 16th Avenue and Sherman Street.
Shooting incident involving a teenager at Commerce City McDonald's
A shocking incident unfolds at a Commerce City McDonald's as a teenager falls victim to a shooting. The local police department is on the case, investigating the circumstances surrounding this unsettling event. Tune in for the full story.
Colorado supermarket shooting suspect suggested to psychologist that he wanted police to kill him
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — The man accused of killing 10 people at a Colorado supermarket in 2021 told a mental health evaluator he bought firearms to carry out a mass shooting and suggested that he wanted police to kill him, according to Wednesday court testimony. Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa made the statements at a state mental hospital during an August evaluation that determined he was mentally competent to stand trial, said Loandra Torres, the forensic psychologist who evaluated the 24-year-old suspect. The defendant, who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia, also “recognized that there are guns that have his fingerprints on them and that can be used as some evidence against him,” Torres testified. Alissa is charged with murder and multiple attempted murder counts after the shooting rampage on March 22, 2021, in a crowded King Soopers store in Boulder, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) northwest of Denver. He has not yet been asked to enter a plea.
Second Set of Remains Discovered in Saguache County Identified
A second set of human remains discovered in Saguache County have been positively identified. The remains belong to James Montoya who has been missing since April. The Denver Police Department confirmed to KKTV 11 News that the case is being actively investigated as a homicide. Montoya was last seen April...
Man accused in downtown Boulder stabbing pleads not guilty, set for December trial
Sep. 28—A man accused of stabbing another man in downtown Boulder in August has pleaded not guilty and is set for trial on Dec. 4. Devin Chrysafis, 27, pleaded not guilty Sept. 22 to first-degree assault and criminal mischief under $300. According to an affidavit, on Aug. 10 police...
Two Colorado Towns Make List of Best Places For Hippies
Colorado City Named One of Best in U.S. For Those Who Love Nature. The Discoverer offers an article, "Where To Live in the U.S. If You Love Nature." The article offers seven locations, located from sea to shining sea, ideal for the nature enthusiast. One community in Colorado made the...
Evacuations lifted by Boulder Police following investigation into death and suspicious item
Dive into the heart of Boulder's latest mystery as police lift evacuations following a death investigation. Discover how explosive detection investigators were summoned to a suspicious item on 13th Street. Unravel the story behind this intriguing incident.
Travis Hunter, Colorado State safety whose hit landed him in hospital, make peace by going bowling
BOULDER, Colo. — Travis Hunter and the Colorado State safety whose late hit sent the Colorado standout to the hospital have put the incident behind them by meeting up for a conversation before going bowling. Hunter and defensive back Henry Blackburn went to a bowling alley in the Boulder...
Here's how many unlicensed landlords have been fined under Denver's new rules
DENVER — He’s a landlord who’s got 99 problems – and then some. “He's been cited twice for $999. He's the king as far as getting the most $999 fines,” said Eric Escudero of Denver’s Department of Excise and Licenses. The out-of-state landlord of...
Former University of Colorado lineman transitions to become Coach Prime's personal protector
Discover the journey of a former CU lineman who transitioned from protecting quarterbacks on the field to safeguarding a university. Officer Marc Mustoe shares his unique story of becoming Coach Prime's trusted bodyguard. Tune in for an inspiring tale of dedication and service.
John Hurley's family speaks about settlement
John Hurley was killed by police in Arvada in June 2021, and two years later his family reached a settlement with the city. At a news conference on Sept. 28, 2023 Hurley's family talks about his actions as a good Samaritan the day he was killed and what this settlement means moving forward.
Louisville Ward 2 residents gear up for Tuesday recall election
Ballots for the Louisville Ward 2 recall election are due 7 p.m. Tuesday, with unofficial election results expected to be posted later the same evening. The petition initiative to recall Councilmember Maxine Most began in April and was approved in June. The recall committee — Tim Crean, Christian Dino, John Dolliver and Mario Jannatpour — previously stated the committee was formed because its members wanted Ward 2 residents to have another option.
Deion Sanders Reveals Why His Youngest Daughter Hasn't Dated Yet
Colorado head coach Deion Sanders loves talking about and hyping up his kids. But while discussing his youngest daughter Shelomi, he had an interesting comment on her dating habits. Speaking to the media on Thursday, Coach Prime revealed that Shelomi has never dated anyone due in large part to how ...
Former Colorado fugitive sentenced to prison for spectacular Caesars Palace standoff in Vegas
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A former fugitive from Colorado who pleaded guilty to causing a spectacular Las Vegas Strip hotel standoff that included furniture flying from a Caesars Palace window was sentenced Thursday to pay nearly $55,300 in restitution to the hotel and to serve up to four years of prison time.
Suspect arrested in Pueblo West crash that killed three
(PUEBLO WEST, Colo.) — A suspect has been arrested and charged in connection to a high-speed crash in August that killed three people from Aurora and Denver, including a 12-year-old boy. On the night of Aug. 26, 12-year-old Alonzo and his grandparents, 56-year-old Marie Quintana and 48-year-old Jesus Guerrero Lopez, were on their way back […]
Denver homeless ‘equally interested’ in housing alternatives, Johnston says
Denver housed 83 homeless people in a hotel during and after Tuesday’s encampment sweep and closure next to the Governor’s Mansion in Capitol Hill. Despite homeless people’s high interest in hotel housing, Mayor Mike Johnston believes there is equal interest in the other housing alternatives. “This is...
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Puppies Today in boulder, CO
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around boulder..
2 Colorado Cities Ranked in the 20 Worst Places to Drive
Colorado is a fantastic place, but we all can have our qualms with something we love. Whether it’s transplants, cracking knuckles, or the cost of living, there are plenty of nitpicks people can have about this place. However, quite possibly, the most common Colorado pet peeve is bad drivers....
Colorado Outdoor Retailer to Close Its Only Store in the State
A lot of employees of a sporting goods chain by the name of Moosejaw are not happy with a decision made by Dick's Sporting Goods which will close nearly all of the company's brick-and-mortar locations by this coming February, including one in Colorado. Dick's Sporting Goods to Close Colorado's Moosejaw...
Denver police arrest 7 in connection to burglary
Police arrested seven people in the Cheeseman Park neighborhood on Thursday morning. Officers issued a shelter in place for two blocks surrounding the area of 1300 Lafayette Street around 3 a.m. Thursday. The department announced that police were attempting to contact multiple suspects wanted in connection to a burglary, according to a social media post by the Denver Police Department.