Local News

  1. Aurora wants more transparency on site's future

    Aurora wants more transparency on site's future

    Regatta Plaza off Peoria Street and Parker Road was an eyesore for years. The blighted strip mall sat vacant with only a few businesses still thriving, including a King Soopers and a Key Bank.

  2. Hamilton in Denver: First lottery is this Sunday

    Hamilton in Denver: First lottery is this Sunday

    Forty orchestra tickets for each show will be available for $10 a ticket per person. The digital lottery will take place two days prior to the date of performance starting at 11 a.m. and will end at 9 a.m. on the day before the show.

  3. Denver Restaurant Week: What you need to know

    Denver Restaurant Week: What you need to know

    Denver Restaurant Week will begin this Friday and if you're as anxious as we are to try some new eateries, then you've come to the right place to find out everything you need to know before you arrive at the dinner table. 

  4. Ex-officer who stole $132k gets 3½ years

    Ex-officer who stole $132k gets 3½ years

    Anthony Joiner, who was second in command at the police department, was arrested in July and pleaded guilty in December to attempting to influence a public servant, embezzlement of public property, forgery and theft.

  5. Congress release memo to counter GOP's version

    Congress release memo to counter GOP's version

    The release comes after weeks of back and forth over how much of the Democratic document would be redacted. The White House objected to its release Feb. 9, citing national security concerns. Democrats have since negotiated with the FBI on what should be blacked out.

  6. Ex police chief gets probation for gun thefts

    Ex police chief gets probation for gun thefts

    A former police chief in the small Colorado town of Leadville who stole weapons from his department and its evidence room and sold them to pawn shops has been sentenced to 15 years of probation.