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Aurora theater shooting victim dies, circumstances unknown

Heather Snyder, a victim who lost two fingers in the 2012 Aurora theater shooting, died unexpectedly on Sunday, her father said.

Colorado baker case at Supreme Court on Tuesday could ripple through

It all began with a cake but now businesses across the marriage industry are closely watching what will happen when the U.S. Supreme Court convenes Tuesday to hear the case of a

Who is Rio Tinto's new chairman?

Rio Tinto names Simon Thompson as its new chairman. He is a former investment banker who will take up the role in March 2018.

Activists call for replacing Denver mayor, City Council

Activists opposed to issues ranging from a drainage project that will eliminate more than 200 trees at Denver’s City Park Golf Course, to the Interstate 70 expansion through

Recurring sensor glitch slows DIA trains again

A glitch in a sensor stalled automatic movement on a track carrying passengers from Denver International Airport’s terminal to concourses resulting in short delays for passengers

Everything you need to know about Denver Nuggets at Dallas Mavericks

They entered Sunday with the worst record in the Western Conference at 6-17. But Dallas has won four of its last seven games, including a 108-82 drubbing of the Los Angeles

Denver Nuggets aim to fix road woes on long trip

The Nuggets are 10-2 at home after topping the Los Angeles Lakers Saturday night without their entire starting frontcourt. But they’re 3-7 away from home and still searching for

Will tonight’s supermoon be visible from Denver?

Sunday night’s supermoon is expected to be a glorious sight, but the vision might be blotted out by dense cloud cover in the mountains and patchy clouds from the Front Range east,

The Morning After: 8 takeaways from Denver Nuggets’ win over Los Angeles Lakers

The short-handed Denver Nuggets pieced together their lineup, then finished strong in a 115-100 victory Saturday night against the Los Angeles Lakers before a six-game road trip.

At Project Angel Heart, a free meal delivery service to Colorado’s ill, food is

Project Angel Heart serves about 1,200 diet-specific meals a week at no charge to critically people living in metro Denver and Colorado Springs.

Biden tells Denver crowd there’s reason for optimism, but offers little in the

Former Vice President Joe Biden used a 90-minute stopover Saturday night at the Paramount Theater in Denver to say there was cause to be upbeat, but he wasn’t hinting at a possible

Amid national and local shootings, Colorado houses of worship turn to panic

Clergy and congregations of houses of worship in Colorado are addressing security concerns in the aftermath of the Texas church shooting in which 26 people were killed and 20 other

Unity March Against White Supremacy draws 100 demonstrators to the steps of

At least 100 demonstrators gathered Saturday afternoon on the steps of the State Capitol building to make their voices heard against white supremacy, oppression and discrimination.

Denver police host conversation with youth from Latino, LGBTQ communities, but

Denver police officers planned to have a long conversation with youth from the Latino and LGBTQ communities Saturday as part of a settlement with Jessica Hernandez’s family but had

Nikola Jokic expected to miss “next couple games” for Denver Nuggets, coach

The Nuggets begin a six-game road trip Monday in Dallas. Malone said Jokic will travel with the team, but that returning to the floor on the second half of that trip is “probably,

9News Parade of Lights thrills large crowds in downtown Denver on mild night

Crowds in downtown Denver on Friday night along the route of the 9News Parade of Lights were more than ten deep in spots as revelers cheered on Santa Claus, marching bands and

In Colorado, do more votes for municipal broadband networks mean instant

Frustration over the lack of high-speed internet access has pushed a growing number of voters in Colorado towns and counties to approve the construction of municipal broadband

As pressure builds, Vance Joseph urges Broncos players, fans to “trust the

Joseph has often told of the lessons and mantras he’s picked up along his various coaching stops, with Gary Kubiak in Houston, Marvin Lewis in Cincinnati, and Adam Gase in Miami.

Three sought in Larkspur liquor store robbery that happened on Thanksgiving

Three robbers held up a liquor store in Larkspur on Thanksgiving Day, with one robber holding a gun to a clerk’s head.

If Front Range passenger train proponents get their way, they hope to be rolling

Proponents of Front Range passenger train service on Friday presented their first timeline for when — should they get their funding — they hope to be rolling from Trinidad in the

Tale of two walls: C-470 noise prompts opposite reactions from two neighborhoods

Dozens of homeowners living along C-470 in Highlands Ranch desperately want a wall built to block escalating noise from a soon-to-be expanded highway just beyond their backyards.

Pomona outduels Eaglecrest in the highest-scoring Class 5A title game in

The touchdowns were plentiful and the swings of momentum in abundant supply on Saturday at Sports Authority Field, where Pomona had a few more haymakers in the tank than Eaglecrest

Team of Colorado hit men drove to Pine Ridge, killed man, indictment says

Three Native American men drove from Colorado to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota and gunned down a 29-year-old man after he finished a basketball game at a

An Alaska life: He paddled the Yukon to get here in 1973 and hasn’t looked back

Cautionary Tales: In fourth grade, Chicago kid Jim Dore resolved to get to Alaska, one way or another. Thirteen years later, Dore crafted his plan -- which involved an $89

Schandelmeier: To move forward, sled dog racing must insist on dog-care

A year-round kennel management program that requires transparency is essential for the entire industry.

Iditarod will establish dog-care standards for competitors

The standards will be part of a new “Best Care” kennel management program for year-round dog care.

Adani accused of paying people to stack its meeting on crucial mine deal

Court documents allege Adani discreetly payed thousands of dollars to recruit people to vote on a crucial mining deal with traditional owners, including Aboriginal people with no

New gas deal the equivalent of meeting all of Queensland's industrial need 'out

A deal to extract gas from Queensland's Surat Basin will create 1,000 new jobs, boost domestic gas supply, and unlock one of the largest gas reserves on the east coast, the

Adani's final legal hurdle: Indigenous group in dispute over compensation

Traditional owners would get just 0.2 per cent of Adani's earnings from the mine, new analysis finds, as a fractious dispute between the Indigenous group poses a final legal hurdle

DU volleyball star Kayla Principato overcomes eye injury on path to NCAA

Kayla Principato was one of 31 volleyball players invited to train and compete for the USA Collegiate National Team in Minneapolis last summer when the 6-foot-3 outside hitter

Newman: After last season’s “fatal” title loss, George Washington embraces

George Washington’s Jon’il Fugett remembers the moments following last season’s 5A title loss to Eaglecrest with painful clarity: The Raptors danced around midcourt with the troph…

In deal fostered by Denver, 150 affordable apartments could rise at

Affordably priced apartments and retail could sprout from the site of the soon-to-be-vacated headquarters of the Colorado Department of Transportation in southeast Denver.

LIV Sotheby’s International Realty broker holds ‘Luminaria’ event in support of

Event participants help ‘Light the Way’ for equal educational opportunities for students in Denver’s Park Hill, Stapleton neighborhoods by displaying luminaries on Dec. 24.

Lakehouse at Sloan’s Lake holds a special open house for its healthy,

Twelve-story high-rise community Lakehouse featuring innovative wellness concept underway next to Denver’s largest lake.

Trevor Siemian among multiple Broncos dealing with “flu bug”; D-line thin

The Broncos are dealing with illness and injuries.

Feds try again to prove insider trading by oilman in case touching Denver elite

Federal securities authorities will take a second run at trying to prove to a Denver jury that one-time oil executive Roger Parker a decade ago leaked insider information to his

Colorado grapples with 80 percent jump in newborns going through opioid

The rise in Colorado newborns addicted to opioids has alarmed physicians and child advocates, jumping 83 percent from 2010 to 2015. The state’s rate climbed from 2 births out of

Warm up with drinks at these Aurora bars, distilleries and more

On our nice list? Two hometown breweries, a neighboring distillery and a Stanley Marketplace stand-out

Aurora Crime Blotter: Police say alleged shoplifter tries “Michelin Man”

Also this week: a burglary, a stolen car and more shoplifting

Help is always needed — and available — at south metro food banks and pantries

Residents can donate or receive food at these south metro food banks and church pantries from Englewood to Castle Rock.