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Aurora Now November 16, 2022

Aurora announces a new interim police chief. We’ll introduce you to Art Acevedo. Also on this week’s show, it’s “Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week” in Aurora and beyond. We’ll show you how the city’s new abatement program works to help the unhoused;  Aurora’s Colorado Freedom Memorial hosts a powerful tribute to our fallen veterans; and Southlands gives us a preview of this year's “Hometown Holiday Parade.” Those stories, and many more, this week on Aurora Now.


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Aurora names Art Acevdeo the new interim police chief

Sign up for the women’s only police academy

Weigh in on a restorative justice program in Aurora

City Council renames Council Chamber in honor of late Mayor Paul Tauer

Aurora recognizes, “Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week”

A look back at, “Light Their Way Home” at Aurora’s Colorado Freedom Memorial

Aurora’s Plains Conservation Center honors Native American’s year-round

Repairs of RTD’s R Line in Aurora are underway

RTD is looking for a corporate partner for the A Line

PSA #1 Aurora Mental Health

PSA #2 Aurora Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony

A remote preview of the Southlands, “Holiday Hometown Parade”

There are all kinds of holiday happenings taking place in Aurora

“Connected Colorado” shares inspiration stories in Aurora & Beyond

Be a High Line Hero & Help Goat Head Greg near Expo Park

The Aurora Animal Shelter is running a “Fall in Love with Autumn” adoption special

Show Closer/Mission Viejo Elementary School students sing at Aurora’s, “Veterans Salute”

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