Former State Veterinary Medicine Board member Ellen Kessler faces animal cruelty charges

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Aurora’s vote on banning homeless camping is expected to take hoursWhile some Aurora business owners are relieved that something is being done for the homeless, others say these people are simply being pushed into the city.

Aurora Group wants to create jobs for young people to keep them out of troubleAurora students are on spring break and a woman is worried the kids are in trouble.

Former State Board of Veterinary Medicine member Ellen Kessler faces animal cruelty chargesA woman appointed by Gov. Jared Polis to protect the health, safety and welfare of animals in Colorado is facing animal cruelty charges.

Colorado lawmakers introduce bill that would limit HOA powers over residentsHB22-1137 would significantly reduce HOA’s influence over foreclosures by removing their ability to request evictions for relatively minor infractions.

Andrew Durdy arrested twice for possession of illegal drugs, including fentanylGreeley Police have arrested a 26-year-old man for selling large quantities of illegal drugs in the area.

Drivers can expect a change in traffic on the eastbound I-70 freeway in the Central 70 project area this weekDrivers taking Interstate 70 east of Interstate 25 can expect a change in traffic this week as part of the Central 70 project.

Summit School District teacher describes current staffing shortage in ColoradoLiz Waddick loves teaching her students at Summit High School, but she doesn’t like the position that work imposes on her on a daily basis.

Manitou Incline open during summer hours, reservations are always requiredThe Manitou Incline operates during summer hours, 6 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

People seen petting and feeding moose in Grand LakeGive them space: This is the message from Colorado Parks and Wildlife after people were found petting and (illegally) feeding several moose in downtown Grand Lake.

The wall is collapsing before the planned demolition of the buildingThe wall of a building that was to be demolished collapsed a little earlier than expected.

Fire burns 10th floor room at Colorado Springs HotelFlames burned a room on the 10th floor of a hotel in Colorado Springs on Monday.

VIDEO: Suspected distracted driver crashes into Fort Collins police SUVFort Collins police have shared a disturbing new video of a driver blatantly running a red light then crashing into a police SUV with its lights on.

Local law enforcement donates additional security equipment to send abroad to help UkraineEquipment that was not used will now be sent to help those in need.

50 of last year’s 119 HOA foreclosure notices came from Green Valley Ranch, leaving residents upsetA meeting was held last week to discuss the increase in foreclosures and to see what can be done.

A utility payment drop box has been opened in Englewood, police sayEnglewood Police are urging residents who made a payment using the town’s Civic Center Utilities drop box over the weekend to void those checks.

Denver City Council to Vote on City Auditor’s Subpoena PowerThe Denver City Council will decide whether to revoke the city auditor’s subpoena power at its regularly scheduled meeting Monday.

Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse Joins Marshall Fire Damage TourRep. Joe Neguse joined local and state lawmakers on a tour of the Marshall Fire damage on Monday.

Colorado unemployment rate drops to 4.1%Colorado’s unemployment rate is the lowest since February 2020.

Adams County has operated a state-of-the-art DNA lab for over 10 yearsAdams County has a new DNA lab that opened after planning began in 2009.

Hot and sweet to wet and wild this weekWatch Dave Aguilera’s predictions

“Hippo Pies” on the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo menu on Pi DaySome hippos at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo are enjoying a special day on Monday.

Snowmobiler killed in avalanche just north of Colorado-Wyoming borderAn unidentified snowmobiler was buried and killed in an avalanche near Willow Park, Wyoming on Saturday, according to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.

Denver police team up with law enforcement to patrol freeways amid rising deathsFor the next two days, Denver police and other law enforcement will be patrolling highways in Colorado.

Middle school students display artwork at the 17th Judicial District District Attorney’s OfficeQuist Middle School students will have their artwork displayed at the 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office.

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