“Much hard work remains to be done,” Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., said after the Senate acted.
Aurora police were called shortly before 9 p.m. to the 1000 block of South Chambers Road. Upon arrival, they found a man who had been struck by a southbound minivan on Chambers as he was attempting to cross from the west side to the east.
Aurora firefighters were called to a report of a structure fire at about 4 a.m. May 22 on the 1800 block of North Carson Street near Montview and Sable boulevards. One woman found at the site of the blaze was ransported to a local hospital, where she later was pronounced dead.
Aurora police Detective Tom Wilson said officers found a piece of poster board between Holmes’ refrigerator and trash can that had the same No. 1 with an infinity symbol on it that police also found on a calendar in his bedroom. On the calendar, the symbol was written on July 20, the day of the theater attack.
Investigators said the driver of a Chrysler 300 headed east on Alameda Avenue went unconscious “due to an unknown medical condition,” which cause the Chrysler to drive onto the south sidewalk along Alameda, where it collided with the man in a wheelchai
AURORA | A fourth teenager was arrested Thursday, May 21, in connection with the slaying of a 19-year-old Aurora man last summer in the parking lot of an Aurora Taco Bell. Aurora police Sgt. Chris Amsler, a spokesman for the department, said the 15-year-old suspect was arrested early Thursday afternoon at a home in the […]
“I just remember everybody screaming and crying,” she said.
“It would be devastating for the veterans of Colorado for Congress not to pass this and let it get shut down,” said Steven Rylant, president of the United Veterans Committee of Colorado, a coalition of veterans groups.
AURORA | College is the next logical step for most high school students, but a growing number of Aurora students are taking two at a time. Chau Tran, 18, and Eric Roon, 17, both graduated May 9 from the Community College of Aurora with associate degrees. Chau graduated from Gateway High School the next week, […]
“I think it’s inappropriate for any non-incumbent to express any opinions about the city manager situation,” said Charlie Richardson, Aurora’s longtime former city attorney who is running for a Ward IV seat. “The city manager works directly for only 11 people. They’re really the only ones in my opinion (who) should be discussing the status of the city manager.”