Hasan Jones was sentenced Thursday after previously pleading guilty to child abuse resulting in death. Police were called to an apartment Aug. 18, 2014, and found the girl, Ny’ari Hines, unresponsive
Inside, officers found a deceased woman and police later called the death “suspicious.” Police did not release any details as to why they have questions about the death, or even how it was she died
Aurora is taking a lead position in the metro area in not only recognizing that homeless is much more than the cliches so many of us consider, but it’s creating programs to make a real difference
In just the past few weeks, city officials announced two sweeping changes to the rules for licenses and permit fees
This year’s Parade started early this month and includes more than 60 homes in 17 cities and 44 neighborhoods throughout the Front Range
Laika seems poised to create a film to rival the animated brilliance of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli, but “Kubo” only echoes that greatness by virtue of its geography and visual prowess
When asked whether the “R” line could be plagued by similar power issues that in recent months have left passengers stranded on the East Rail, Culig said the possibility is unlikely
“Low power FM radio stations are for communities who don’t have outlets to communicate with fellow citizens,” said Getahun of 93.9 KETO-FM, a non-profit Getahun launched with the hopes of hosting the first immigrant-focused radio station in the city.
There is no stubborn like Eric Nelson stubborn. Seems the happy-go-plucky Aurora Public Schools board member just keeps right on keeping on the school board, even though folks there have done everything in their power to throw him off, out and about.