Top Aurora news: Search on for teen runaway; bill would protect employees' off-duty pot use; more

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Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Aurora.

DNA from relative helped identify man suspected in 1996 Aurora murder

Tangie Sims, 25, was found dead in an Aurora alley in October 1996.

Read the full story on 9NEWS.

Court blocks refugee requirement after Aurora takes action

Two days after the Aurora City Council approved the idea of continuing to welcome refugees to the city amid a Trump Administration executive order mandating it, a federal judge in Maryland has blocked the Trump administration’s requirement.

Read the full story on CBS Denver.

Aurora police searching for at-risk 13-year-old runaway

Aurora police are asking for help to locate a 13-year-old girl who ran away from home. Police say Carma is at risk, due to her age.

Read the full story on KDVR.

Lyft creates new ‘Driver Center’ in Aurora

The facility is designed to offer fast and affordable auto service for all of Lyft’s drivers in the metro-area. "Aurora is home to the largest Lyft driver concentration in this region,” explained Gabe Cohen, regional director for Lyft’s Rocky Mountain region.

Read the full story on KDVR.

Colorado bill would protect employees' off-duty pot use

An Aurora lawmaker has introduced a bill that, if passed, would prohibit companies from firing employees in Colorado simply because they legally use marijuana while they are not at work.

Read the full story on 10News – ABC San Diego KGTV.

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