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Aurora Now May 17, 2023
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AuroraTV goes on pup patrol with the newest K9 at the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office. Meet Bear and see how he'll be helping students in Aurora, and beyond. Also on this week's show, a look at how you can be a hero by joining Aurora911; Visit Aurora helps us celebrate "Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month;" and Gracie and George, our feathered friends at City Hall, welcome some fluffy new arrivals. Those stories, and so much more, this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora911 is hiring heroes

"Colorado Remembers" returns to the Colorado Freedom Memorial

More on Aurora students who won Arapahoe County's "I Voted" sticker contest

Young Aurora author receives "Amazing Auroran" award

Share your thoughts on renovating the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library

Share your thoughts on a mater plan for Aurora Art in Public Places

Aurora Center for Active Adults hosts a "Walk and Roll" event for seniors

Visit Aurora celebrates "Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month"

Aurora Central students propose bill to help immigrant and refugee entrepreneurs

Weigh in on potential changes to the Aurora City Charter

PSA #1:  Sign up for Code Red

PSA #2:  Aurora Police is taking the 30 x 30 pledge

Meet the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office newest K9 therapy dog

In-studio interview about Bear's role in Aurora schools

PSA #3 Aurora Parks and Rec is hiring

"Ren and Cora's Adventures in Aurora" heads to Sunburst Park

"Connected Colorado" highlights sustainability in Aurora and beyond

Meet the Aurora Animal Shelter's featured pets 

George and Gracie's goslings arrive

Show Closer/Grandview High baton twirler


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