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Aurora Now March 23, 2022

An Aurora mom who lost her young son during a shooting with a stolen gun speaks out at the first gun buyback event. Aurora, Denver, the Broncos and RAWTools collected close to 200 unwanted guns, turning them into tools, before they could be stolen and used to commit crimes. We have that story, plus, a look back at the first-ever Aurora Youth Night which proved to be a huge hit; the 2022 Visit Aurora Guide is out, and we have a preview including a behind-the-scenes look at the new Jade Mountain Brewing Company which is part brewery, part tea house; and honoring Aurora icon, Edna Wilson Mosley, for Women’s History Month. Those stories and much more this week on Aurora Now.

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First Aurora/Denver Gun Buyback Event Collects 189 Guns; Aurora Mom Shares Her Story

First "Aurora Youth Night" Is a Huge Hit

Aurora Municipal Center's Public Hours Expanded

AMC Vaccination Site Closing; Mobile Vaccination Clinics Continue

Aurora COVID Testing Site Open Indefinitely

Aurora911 Adds Hold Message in English and Spanish

Arapahoe County Releases Health Department Explainer Video; Promotes Telephone Town Hall

2022 Visit Aurora Guide Now Available

New Jade Mountain Brewery and Teahouse Blends Cultures

All New Episode of, "Mayor Mike Live," Returns on March 31st

PSA#1 Join a City Board or Commission

Scanning Intersections Makes Driving Safer in Aurora and Beyond

Cherry Creek School District and STRIDE Community Health Open Two New School-Based Clinics in Aurora

Honoring Aurora Icon, Edna Wilson Mosley, for Women's History Month

"Hurricane Diane" Now Playing at the Aurora Fox

Factory Fashion Students Will Strut Their Stuff for Denver Fashion Week

Chicks Hatch at Tallyn's Reach Library

Show Closer/Hawaiian Singer, Storyteller Mark Kahalekulu