In a telephone interview Thursday from Denver’s jail, Joshua Cummings told The Associated Press he pledged his allegiance to ISIS after spending three days behind bars fasting.
AURORA | The digital letters scrawled across the front of the light rail trains that have been coursing through Aurora in recent months will finally swap out that “test train” text for “Lincoln” or “Peoria” next week when the new R Line, a 22-mile stretch of light rail connecting Aurora to Denver International Airport and the […]
ARAPAHOE COUNTY | An Aurora police officer was justified when he shot and wounded an armed man following a chase in May, Arapahoe County prosecutors said this week. In a letter to Aurora police Chief Nick Metz, Arapahoe County Deputy District Attorney Jason Siers said Officer Barry Gomez acted appropriately when he shot Natneal Gebretsadik […]
So when Children’s Hospital Colorado officials approached the 11-year-old — who has been a Children’s patient since a car crash left her a quadriplegic in 2015 — about helping with last week’s radiothon fundraiser, she jumped at the chance
Young performers from across the globe — with a sizable contingent from the Horn of Africa — sang, spoke and danced Feb. 10 during the second annual “International City Talent Night,” a presentation of artistic expression put on by local immigrant and refugee students and organized by the African Community Center in Denver
“At this point the arrest warrant is still sealed,” Cordingly said. “It’s not going to be unsealed until we have positively identified the body as that of Ashley.”
Investigators say they are working to determine whether Guinn’s actions were intentional.
Four or five years of construction along 10 miles of I-70 could start as soon as early next year now that the controversial project has gained approval from the Federal Highway Administration. The project will gobble up 56 homes and 17 businesses, where added lanes and new frontage roads will triple the interstate’s footprint.
Four states that border on Mexico are included in the proposal — California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas — but it also encompasses seven states contiguous to those four — Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana
Board members Lisa Flores and Rachele Espiritu introduced a resolution Thursday night that calls on the district to continue its practice of not collecting any information about students’ immigration status. It also says the district will not grant access to students without a search warrant.