Aurora is now home to a very special ice cream shop. They hire "heroes" as they call them, teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. AuroraTV takes you to Howdy Homemade Ice Cream's first Colorado store for a story that's sweet in so many ways. Also on this week's show, Aurora's new fire chief is sworn in; another huge honor for East Middle School's Jimmy Day who's Colorado's Teacher of the Year; Grandview's girls' basketball team takes state for the second year in a row; and the Community College of Aurora teams up with Amazon to help local students succeed. Those stories and so much more this week on Aurora Now.
Aurora's new fire chief is sworn in
City Council appoints an interim city manager
Weigh in on possible changes to the city charter
Colorado's Teacher of the Year, from Aurora, is honored at the state capitol
Grandview's girls' basketball team takes state, again
Grandview's Sienna Betts is the "Gatorade Player of the Year"
Aurora celebrates our hometown Spelling Bee champ, a year later
CCA teams up with Amazon for the new Presidential Scholars Program
Howdy Hometown Ice Cream opens their first CO location in Aurora & hires "heroes"
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AuroraTV Community Calendar: FREE youth admission to Aurora rec centers during Spring Break
"History of Lowry" exhibit opens at the Aurora History Museum
The Civil Air Patrol's Colorado Wing hosts an Aerospace Rocketry and Recruiting Event
Aurora's Mayor, Mayor Pro-Tem & other city employees take part in APS' "Leaders Are Readers" program
Baby chicks hatch at Tallyn's Reach and Mission Viejo Libraries
The Aurora Animal Shelter is looking for kitten fosters
Students & teachers submit your video audition for AuroraTV's new show, "Studio A"