Breaking News: Thursday, May 26, 2016

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More severe weather possible for Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Thunderstorms producing large hail and damaging winds along are possible again along the Front Range and northeastern Colorado. The National Weather Service says Thursday’s storms could also produce a few tornadoes east of Interstate 25 while snow is expected in parts of the mountains. People in Washington and Yuma counties are still cleaning up from Tuesday’s storms, which produced about a half dozen tornadoes. Most of the damage was done by winds up to 115 mph ...


Denver airport ups fence security, but intrusions persist

By The AP

DENVER — Two intruders got past perimeter security at Denver International Airport, including one last year and another in January. The airport that’s twice the size of Manhattan saw one breach of its perimeter security in 2015 when someone drove through a vehicle gate, and another in January when a person climbed a fence and was arrested. Airport spokesman Heath Montgomery says the airport recently invested in technology to monitor its three dozen miles of fencing. The ...


Third victim dies from fire at Denver-area group home

By The AP

DENVER — Authorities say a third victim has died from injuries sustained in a fire at a group home in suburban Denver. The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office says 24-year-old Cristina Covington died Saturday, one week after the May 14 blaze in Arvada. The coroner says the victim had suffered a combination of smoke inhalation and burns. Firefighters had responded to find heavy smoke billowing from the front of the home, which was a host residence for the developmentally ...


Colorado Springs man jailed for unruly behavior on flight

By The AP

DENVER — A man charged with causing a disturbance on a flight from Philadelphia to Denver in which crew members armed themselves with an ice breaking hammer and a pot of hot coffee has been sentenced to four months in jail. The Denver Post reports that Joseph Wayne Lynch II, of Colorado Springs, was also sentenced Wednesday to three years of supervised release after being found guilty of interfering with the U.S. Airways flight crew. Court documents say Lynch became loud and ...


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