Law enforcement returns to Kelsey Berreth's fiance's property

A law enforcement agency on Tuesday returned to the 35-acre property of Patrick Frazee, the fiancé of the missing Woodland Park mom.

        


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9 weird Colorado laws that are still on the books

Don't roll a boulder in Boulder, don't gulp and gallop and definitely don't throw a missile at a car.

        


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'Laverne and Shirley' star Penny Marshall dead at 75

Actress Penny Marshall, best known for playing Laverne DeFazio on "Laverne and Shirley" has died, according to multiple media reports.

        


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Park County sheriff working from Florida, handling his job through email

In August, Park County Sheriff Fred Wegener said he took vacation. He's still taking a paycheck, handling his job through email.

        


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'River Mile' development plan near Elitch Gardens moves forward

The area around Elitch Gardens theme park will someday include below-market rentals, schools, retail and restaurants after the Denver City Council voted 12-0 on Monday to move forward on a new riverfront project.

        


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Driver cited after crashing into school bus filled with students in Loveland

A driver was cited after police said he crashed into a school bus that was carrying 14 elementary and middle school students from the Thompson School District.

        


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Engineer targets Amazon package thieves with 'glitter bombs' and the video is hilarious

These package thieves picked the wrong homes.

        


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It's finally time: The Gaylord of the Rockies resort opens Tuesday

After thousands of man-hours, millions of dollars and a few years - it's finally time. The Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center opens Dec. 18.

        


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Man dies in police custody after 'incredibly violent' fight with Aurora officers

Officers who responded to a family disturbance were immediately confronted by a man who became extremely violent.

        


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RTD removes bathroom doors at Union Station

Both men's and women's stall doors were removed in the bus concourse for safety reasons - staffers cited drug activity and other things happening.

        


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