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Aurora police killed a grandfather defending his home. Now his family...

On June 27, Aurora police officer Drew Limbaugh fired 11 bullets into an armed man during an exchange in a dark parking lot of...

Open records bill no longer gives public access to completed police...

Update: A previous version of this story was updated to indicate the House passed a watered-down version of the bill on Thursday, May 3.  Proposed...

Judge orders Aurora to conduct balancing test in suit challenging denial...

Citing two Colorado Supreme Court decisions, a judge has ordered the Aurora Police Department to produce a written analysis of “pertinent factors” it did...

Colorado ACLU: If Aurora Police Taser use complied with policy, then...

You’ve probably seen the video already. More than 700,000 people have. It goes like this: It’s February 19, and Darsean Kelley is walking near...

Coming soon to a TV near you: Sexually violent predators in...

The city of Aurora could start advertising the moves of its sexually violent predators on the local cable access station, the Aurora Sentinel reports. The police department wants to broadcast the required notifications because attendance at neighborhood meetings has plummeted, Lt. Bob Stef told a city council policy committee Tuesday.

Despite rocky times, Aurora nixes tax hike quest for now

A voter-mandated increase in police officers is taking the brunt of the blame for another round of tough budget cuts — perhaps up to $15 million — in Aurora next year. But an effort to revisit the formula was pulled for lack of support.

Denver safer than Aurora this week?

If you’d like to start a life of crime, this week’s convention activities may offer the aspiring criminal a perfect opportunity — in Aurora.