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Bills move forward that would allow resentencing for juvenile killers

Bills move forward that would allow resentencing for juvenile killers
kdvr.com — DENVER -- Two bills that would essentially allow convicted juvenile murderers to be resentenced was at the center of dueling press conferences Monday afternoon. SB-180 and SB-181 would grant early release to juveniles convicted of murder who were sentenced to life in prison without parole.

Fish kill in Big Thompson River might be linked to road construction project

Fish kill in Big Thompson River might be linked to road construction project
kwgn.com — LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. - Colorado Parks and Wildlife confirmed Wednesday there was a fish kill in early March along portions of the Big Thompson River. Initial reports suggest it might be linked to a construction project along Highway 43 in Larimer County.

Fish kill in Big Thompson River may be linked to road construction project

Fish kill in Big Thompson River may be linked to road construction project
kdvr.com — On Wednesday Colorado Parks and Wildlife confirmed there was a fish kill in early March along portions of the Big Thompson River. Initial reports suggest it may be linked to a construction project along Highway 43 in Larimer County.

Teen accused of hitting, killing Broomfield HS student after getting stoned gets 2 years

Teen accused of hitting, killing Broomfield HS student after getting stoned gets 2 years
kdvr.com — BROOMFIELD, Colo. -- The teen driver accused of being stoned behind the wheel and charged with vehicular homicide, was sentenced to two years in the Department of Youth Corrections in a Broomfield County Courtroom Friday morning. Police said the then 17-year-old Brandon Cullip had been smoking with friends before driving on November 3, 2014.

Parents recount throwing their baby out the window during apartment fire; arson suspect charged

Parents recount throwing their baby out the window during apartment fire; arson suspect charged
kdvr.com — DENVER - The man accused of starting a fire at an apartment complex that injured almost a dozen people and displaced even more appeared in court Wednesday. Kenneth Shepard was formally advised of 13 arson charges. Several victims of that fire are rebuilding their lives after losing everything, including a couple who survived the blaze after jumping out of the third floor.

Denver restaurant owner recalls great times with Peyton Manning and his family

Denver restaurant owner recalls great times with Peyton Manning and his family
kdvr.com — DENVER -- Peyton Manning officially announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday. The move has many thinking about the void Manning will leave behind if number 18 decides to leave the city. That is the case for Alessandro Carollo, the owner of Venice Restorante near the Denver Tech Center.

Denver restaurant owner recalls great times with Peyton Manning and his family

Denver restaurant owner recalls great times with Peyton Manning and his family
kwgn.com — DENVER - Peyton Manning officially announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday. The move has many thinking about the void Manning will leave behind if number 18 decides to leave the city. That is the case for Alessandro Carollo, the owner of Venice Restorante near the Denver Tech Center.

‘Dog flipping’ sometimes involves stolen pets used to make a quick buck

‘Dog flipping’ sometimes involves stolen pets used to make a quick buck
kdvr.com — DENVER -- Reports of 'dog flipping' are surfacing throughout the country. For those who may not be familiar with the term, it's similar to flipping a home. The big difference between the two is that instead of a home, a four legged pup is used to make a quick buck.

500 bridges in Colorado classified as ‘structurally deficient’ in new report

500 bridges in Colorado classified as ‘structurally deficient’ in new report
kwgn.com — DENVER -- A new report from the American Road and Transportation Builders Association found America's bridges are in bad shape. In Colorado, some of the most congested highway bridges in the country are falling apart and are way past their prime; however things may be turning around.

Police: ‘High end’ thieves may have struck again; This time in Vail

Police: ‘High end’ thieves may have struck again; This time in Vail
kdvr.com — DENVER - A team of thieves with high-end taste may be linked to thefts in Denver, Aspen, and Vail. Police said the most recent crime happened at a boutique fur shop in Vail Village on Valentine's Day. According to the Vail Police Department, on the 14th of February a sales associate with Designer Furs reported a shoplifting incident.
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Apr 30, 2016

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Apr 30, 2016

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