Aurora's first Black female firefighter, and two of her colleagues, are honored at the State Capitol. Lieutenant Kathleen Hankcock is breaking barriers and inspiring a generation of girls. Also on this week's show, some of New York City's finest are now proudly serving the Aurora Police Department; why now may be one of the best times to adopt a dog from the Aurora Animal Shelter; and Jim Hawkins from the Aurora Fox's newest production, "Treasure Island," stops by the studio. Those stories, and so much more, this week on Aurora Now.
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Aurora Fire Rescue's first black female firefighter & lieutenant honored
AFR accepting applications for Camp Spark
Some of New York City's finest join APD
The Asian Roundtable of Colorado hosts an ebike giveaway as an act of kindness
Aurora offers many programs & even grants to help you connect with your neighbors
Community Calendar #1: Community Advisory Council hosting a public meeting about the Consent Decree progress
In-studio preview of the Aurora Fox's newest show, "Treasure Island"
Community Calendar #2: Build Up Aurora plan paving underway & project tracker launches
AuroraTV anchor, Christina Raney, shares her Aurora Animal Shelter adoption story
The Aurora Animal Shelter has dog adoption specials
Reimagine Aurora Public Library during "National Library Week"
The new, "Great Outdoors Aurora" exhibit is opening at the Aurora History Museum
Programming note: Watch "Studio A" next week, instead of "Aurora Now"