KMGH-TV reports that Kennedi Ingram, a senior at Eaton High school, was killed Tuesday night at the crossing when her SUV was struck by a Union Pacific train
“It takes a very accomplished hotelier to lead one of Gaylord Hotels’ large-scale resort and convention centers,” Mike Stengel said. “Rick is a perfect fit for Gaylord Rockies with 35 years of experience and success focused on finance, operations, sales strategies and redevelopment for some of Marriott’s more complex resort properties.”
Aurora City Council has until June 30 to decide whether to renew a contract with camera enforcement company Conduent to continue to operate the cameras at 10 locations around the city. In recent years the city has signed off on year-long contract extensions, but if a more concrete agreement isn’t met by summer, the city will have to find a new vendor.
For now, the bikes are largely limited to the Aurora city limits. If someone drives from Aurora across the border into Denver they can leave the bike, but a representative from one of the companies will likely hustle over there, pick it up and return it to Aurora. Denver, which has its own B-Cycle bike share program, has not issued permits for the dockless companies Aurora has. 
“What inspired it more than anything is stamina. Healthcare is going through the most dramatic changes since the mid 1970s,” Stith said. “My conclusion was the stamina this center needs from its director, I can’t quite give that anymore. I just don’t have the physical capability of doing 60 hour weeks, week in and week out like I did. That’s what it’s going to need for the next couple of years, that real high-energy and attention to all the changes (in the healthcare field) to make this center continue to be on the cutting edge.”
Police spokesman Jay Casillas says officers were responding to a burglary in progress in the southwestern part of the city Tuesday evening when the suspect "produced a knife" and was shot. The Denver Post reports the suspect, whose name has not been released, died at a hospital
Law enforcement officials said if the state eventually decided to ban the cameras the city wouldn’t be out any additional money
Council members Francoise Bergan, Dave Gruber, Angela Lawson, Crystal Murillo and Bob Roth voted against the measure, many citing personal liberty as the driver for their “no” vote. Two weeks ago at a city council meeting, the council unanimously approved the measure
Denver Police say the shooting happened sometime before 6:30 p.m. at a house on the 13100 block of East Elgin Place
People lined streets Friday north of Denver to watch a large procession of law enforcement vehicles led by dozens of motorcycles taking Adams County Sheriff's Deputy Heath Gumm's body to Flatirons Community Church in Lafayette. A large U.S. flag flew from the ladders of two fire trucks on an overpass on Interstate 25 as it passed

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