LONGMONT, Colo. -- A pregnant woman ended up in the emergency rooms after she says she received food poisoning from eating tuna she bought at a Longmont Sprouts.Chloe Bradley said both Sprouts and the vendor that supplied the tuna aren’t doing anything about it. Now, she’s demanding someone be held accountable. On Halloween night, Bradley went to the Sprouts on Hover street in Longmont and bought some tuna from the deli for her family.
DENVER -- Law enforcement authorities arrested more than 200 suspected members and associates of MS-13 during a recent six-week operation targeting the violent street gang across the U.S., the Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday.Colorado was part of those arrests.Operation Raging Bull was started 18 months ago by the Department of Homeland Security along with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.The operation started in El Salvador, where the gang originated in, with 53...
CENTENNIAL, Colo. – The City of Centennial is one step closer to approving a new emergency room facility – but neighbors in that area don’t want it in their backyard.One person who lives in the area created a petition against the facility that could be built at the intersection of Dry Creek Road and Colorado Boulevard.Marcelo Corpuz, the man who created the petition, said he has one goal.“I just want to have a public hearing on the proposal before the city votes on it,” Corpuz said.Centennial...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Use NOT or - to subtract results from your search. For
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