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Paul Browning: WWII veteran attacked outside Good Samaritan Hospital, police say

thedenverchannel.com — CINCINNATI - A World War II veteran was hospitalized Sunday after police said he was attacked outside Good Samaritan Hospital. Authorities said Paul Browning, 86, was outside the hospital when the attack happened. Browning was visiting his wife, who is recovering from a stroke, family members said.

Police take down perimeter set up at 38th and Yates during search for burglary suspect

thedenverchannel.com — Denver police set up a perimeter at West 38th Avenue and Yates Street early Tuesday morning as they searched for a burglary suspect. That is near 38th and Sheridan Boulevard. 7NEWS Photojournalist Pete Burd was on the scene at 3 a.m. Officers began taking down the perimeter at 5 a.m.
Sep 02, 2014

UPDATE: Police taking down perimeter set up at 38th & Yates during search for burglary suspect - ch7ne.ws/1vHWHiv

Craigslist scammer targets Denver-area renter with story involving religion and Ebola charity work

thedenverchannel.com — ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - A woman looking for an affordable place to live with her pit bulls was almost the victim of a Craigslist scam, and wants to warn others. The woman, who asked to not to be identified, said she posted her own Craigslist ad looking for a rental home because there are so many cities and rentals in the Denver metro-area that ban the dog breed.
Sep 02, 2014

Craigslist scammer targets Denver-area renter with story involving religion and Ebola charity work - ch7ne.ws/1w1K4vU

Will Aurora dump red light cameras? Decision would affect funding of six non-profits

thedenverchannel.com — AURORA, Colo. - The City of Aurora is entertaining the idea of getting rid of its controversial photo red light cameras. Last year, the city took in $1.3 million through tickets issued to red light violators who were caught on camera. In 2011, the city made $2.2 million.
Sep 01, 2014

RT @DenverChannel: Should @AuroraGov get rid of red light cameras? The decision may have nothing to do w/safety ch7ne.ws/1w1zLYP pic.twitter.com/1DEFLZVSDq

Sep 01, 2014

Red light cameras stay or go in #Aurora? You'll be surprised to find out the decision has little to do with safety. ch7ne.ws/1w1zLYP

Sep 01, 2014

RT @DenverChannel: Decision in @AuroraGov to keep or dump red light cameras may not be about safety, @7Marshall reports tonight: ch7ne.ws/1w1zLYP

Sep 01, 2014

RT @DenverChannel: Should @AuroraGov get rid of red light cameras? The decision may have nothing to do w/safety ch7ne.ws/1w1zLYP pic.twitter.com/1DEFLZVSDq

Debbie's Deals: How to get discount lift tickets for Vail, Copper, Winter Park, Keystone, more

thedenverchannel.com — DENVER - Want to go skiing or snowboarding, but can't fathom paying $100 or more for a lift ticket? Then now is the time to buy a discounted 3-pack or 4-pack of lift tickets. Loveland Ski Area is offering a 4-pack of tickets for $129.