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The 3rd most populous city in Colorado it covers the SE east portion of the greater Denver metropolitan area and many feel that it's size now warrants it be mentioned alongside Denver when talking about the area. Buckley Air Field was built in the 40's and is now Buckley Air Force Base and home to the Colorado National Guard which is the city's largest employer.

Population: 319057
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos (NFL) Nuggets (NBA) Colorado Avalanche (NHL) and Rockies (MLB).
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Zip Codes associated with aurora, colorado: 80010 80011 80012 80013 80014 80015 80016 80017 80018 80111
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Aurora News
Colorado's controversial 2013 gun laws could loom large over crowded 2018 governor's race

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, signs three gun control measures, March, 20, 2013. Jane Dougherty, center, who's sister, Mary Sherlach, was killed at Sandy Hook, holds her hands to her mouth as she and other supporters watch Hickenlooper sign the measures making stricter gun laws in Colorado.

Indoor soccer complex replaces Aurora call center

The Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club has opened a 41,000-square-foot soccer facility in a former Aurora call center. Business Den reports that the organization leased 111 Havana St. for 10 years and invested about $1 million to replace cubicles with four small turf fields.

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Curtis Roosevelt Mayfield, 26, Aurora, Colo., was arrested at 7:55 p.m. Oct. 10 in the 3700 block of Vine on suspicion of possession of stolen property, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Four Aurora dog parks to give your pooch some running room

If the first snow of the season didn't already alert you, Denver's beautiful fall weather won't last forever. There's no time like the present for your family to make the most of autumn, and that includes your furry, four-legged pups.

CO: RTD North Line Faces Construction Delay

Oct. 18--It wasn't long ago that north-metro residents were envisioning the winter/spring of 2018 as a time they could hop on a commuter train at 104th, 112th or 124th avenues and ride into Denver unburdened by their cars. The Regional Transportation District is looking at an estimated 18-month construction delay for the North Metro Rail Line, officials say.

PHOTOS: Ryker Christensen spends first birthday outside Children's Hospital

Family and friends created a festive birthday room for Ryker Christensen on his first birthday at Children's Hospital on Oct. 18, 2017 in Aurora. Christensen, who suffers from pulmonary sequestration, kyphosis and scoliosis and chronic respiratory failure, has spent every single day of his young life inside Children's Hospital on a ventilator.

Aurora kicks off pioneering bike-share programs

A new bike share program has launched for cyclists like those riding through Montview Park on Oct. 5, 2017 in Aurora. Rental bikes, such as those from LimeBike are available now with more to come in the first city-approved bike share service in Aurora.

In latest setback for RTDa s troubled rail system, north line faces construction delay of 18 months

It wasn't long ago that north-metro residents were envisioning the winter/spring of 2018 as a time they could hop on a commuter train at 104th, 112th or 124th avenues and ride into Denver unburdened by their cars. The Regional Transportation District is looking at an estimated 18-month construction delay for the North Metro Rail Line , officials say.

Superheroes rappel from hospital to brighten patients' day

In this Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, photo, officers from the Aurora police department repelled in costume from the roof of Children's Hospital Colorado as part of SWAT training in Aurora, Colo. Some officers repelled upside down, waving at children through windows as they repelled.

Driver dies in rear-end collision with RTD bus in Aurora

A 52-year-old man died Tuesday afternoon from injuries suffered when he crashed into the rear of an RTD bus in Aurora. The crash happened at about 2 p.m. in a southbound lane of Havana Street just north of East Alameda Avenue, said officer Kevin Deichsel, a police traffic division spokesman.

He thought he was getting his green card. Instead, a Colorado man was detained.

Viviana Andazola Marquez, with her attorney Hans Meyer, of Meyer Law Office, middle, and policy director Julie Gonzales, right, speaks to members of the press at their offices on Oct. 16, 2017 in Denver. Viviana Andazola Marquez took time off from her senior year at Yale to fly home to Denver for an important interview last week.

U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, challenger Jason Crow haul in over $200,000...

All told, more than $700,000 poured into the race in the third fundraising quarter, setting the stage for what's widely expected to be another bruising, expensive contest in 2018. Attorney Jason Crow extended his fundraising advantage in the 6th Congressional District Democratic primary, while incumbent Republican Rep. Mike Coffman reported another substantial haul of his own in the latest campaign filings.

"Black Votes Matter" campaign in Aurora commences ahead of City Council elections

An effort to get out the vote among black residents in Aurora debuted Monday with the unveiling of several "Black Votes Matter" bus shelter ads just as ballots are being mailed to voters for next month's City Council election. The Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition is heading up the nonpartisan effort, and the group's deputy director, Juston Cooper, said Monday that "black votes matter, and they can make all the difference, especially at the local level."

Colorado gets $400,000 to study effectiveness, benefits of dual enrollment programs

Hinkley High School student, Catherine Gibson, turns toward her college algebra class to explain a problem she works on the board in this 2013 file photo at Hinkley High in Aurora. A $400,000 federal grant will fund research to help determine the benefits of dual enrollment in Colorado, a growing trend among high school students that officials say boosts academic and real-life skills.

The New Prison Labor Force

Just last week, I profiled the 1978 Ellis Prison strike against their exploitation by the state that forced them to pick cotton on state-owned prison farms for no wages. They won that fight but the exploitation of prisoners for economic gain continues.

Aurora officer on leave after firing gun

Fire Weather Warning issued October 13 at 3:30AM MDT expiring October 14 at 7:00PM MDT in effect for: Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Rio Grande, Saguache Fire Weather Warning issued October 13 at 3:13AM MDT expiring October 13 at 6:00PM MDT in effect for: Eagle, Garfield, Mesa, Pitkin Fire Weather Watch issued October 12 at 2:58PM MDT expiring October 14 at 7:00PM MDT in effect for: Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Rio Grande, Saguache AURORA, Colo. An Aurora Police Department officer is on paid administrative leave after firing a gun while taking two vehicle theft suspects into custody.

Central Park development in Highlands Ranch shaping up to have healthy living theme

Owner of Barre3, Britney Palmer, leads a class on Oct. 5 in Highlands Ranch. Barre3 is one of the first businesses to open at Central Park, a 100-acre development by Shea Properties with a six-story UCHealth hospital as its anchor.

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