While Aurora has a total ban on fireworks, legal fireworks stands just outside city limits sell fireworks for several weeks leading up to Independence Day every year
Investigators are working to determine what started the fire, but haven’t yet determined the cause.
In discussing city’s propose 2017 spending plan, officials consider hiring up to 40 new police and firefighters
Unlike in years past, he department is relying more and more on their Medical Services Units — specially outfitted pickup trucks staffed by a paramedic and a firefighter — to handle calls that don’t require a full-fledged fire truck
Police say a driver slammed into an Aurora Fire Department truck Sunday afternoon, sending the driver and a firefighter to the hospital
Despite just 46 percent of Aurora being white, the police department is about 83 percent white, while the fire department is 79 percent white
If Aurora decides to grow eastward, it could mean an additional 128,000 residents and more than 50,000 new homes, which could make Aurora the second-largest city in the state.
While fireworks — even the ones you can legally buy at Deden’s shop just across the city line in unincorporated Arapahoe County — are illegal in the city of Aurora, they aren’t illegal in unincorporated Arapahoe County
The city and the unions started negotiations in late April and had 30 days to reach an agreement before heading to fact finding. Those 30 days passed without an agreement between the city and either union.