Noelle Phillips, The Denver Post

Noelle Phillips

The Denver Post

Denver, CO, United States

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  • Times-Standard
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • East Bay Times
  • Pioneer Press
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Boston Herald
  • GreeleyTribune
  • The Cannabist
  • ChicoER

Recent articles by Noelle:

Naval nuclear engineer, wife arrested on espionage charges previously taught school in Denver

Jonathan Toebbe taught at Kent Denver between 2005 and 2008, and his wife, Diana Toebbe, taught at the school from 2005 to 2012, according to an email from Lisa Mortell, a school spokeswoman. → Read More

I-70 closed in Jeffco because of damage to overpass

Interstate 70 in Jefferson County was closed Thursday morning. → Read More

Report on sexual assault allegations against Tay Anderson finished, to be publicly released this week

The independent investigation into anonymous sexual assault allegations against Denver school board member Tay Anderson is finished, and the 96-page report was delivered Monday to all of the board's members except Anderson. → Read More

FBI unseals report on murder-for-hire scheme that targeted Colorado woman who accused Kobe Bryant of sexual assault

The FBI recently unsealed a 17-page report on a murder-for-hire scheme related to the sexual assault case against NBA superstar Kobe Bryant. → Read More

Elijah McClain case: Politicians, community leaders react to grand jury indictment

Colorado leaders react to state grand jury's indictment of three police officers, two paramedics in death of Elijah McClain. → Read More

Elijah McClain case: Grand jury indicts police, paramedics in death

Three Aurora, Colorado, police officers and two paramedics will face criminal charges, including manslaughter, in connection with the 2019 death of Elijah McClain. → Read More

Elijah McClain case: AG to make announcement about grand jury investigation

Attorney General Phil Weiser will make an announcement Wednesday morning on the grand jury investigation into the death of Elijah McClain at the hands of Aurora police and paramedics two years ago. → Read More

Colorado high school swimmer alleges discrimination after CHSAA disqualified him for wearing tape over glucose monitor

A Colorado Springs high school swimmer who wears a glucose monitor because of his diabetes filed a federal discrimination complaint against CHSAA after he was disqualified from the state championship meet for wearing tape over the medical device. → Read More

Chatfield High athletic director accused of failing to report child abuse, principal on administrative leave

Chatfield High School's athletic director is facing a misdemeanor charge of failure to report child abuse or neglect and the school's principal is on paid administrative leave as Jeffco Public Schools investigates what it calls a violation of safety protocols. → Read More

Two years after Elijah McClain’s death, his mother is deciding how his legacy will be shaped

Elijah McClain's mother is reclaiming her son's legacy and contemplating to honor his name as the second anniversary of his death at the hands of Aurora police and paramedics approaches. → Read More

Colorado Ped Patrol chases internet child predators along the Front Range as an audience watches online

Tommy Fellows draws thousands of viewers to his Colorado Ped Patrol YouTube channel as he chases child predators through the metro area. But local police departments aren't so thrilled with his citizen stings. → Read More

Larimer County sheriff orders voluntary evacuations as more flooding is expected along Cameron Peak burn scar

Larimer County sheriff calls for evacuations as the threat of flash floods increases on Friday, July 30, 2021. → Read More

Extreme heat causing power outages in northwest Denver

Extreme heat causing power outages in northwest Denver, Xcel Energy says. → Read More

How did Love Has Won cult leader die? Coroner hopes to learn by testing body for heavy metals

The Saguache County coroner has identified a woman found dead inside a home used by the Love Has Won cult as Amy Carlson, the group’s leader, but he’s not yet been able to determine her cause of death because of the need for complicated lab testing. → Read More

Man who threatened Lakewood police officers with knife pleads guilty

A man who wielded a knife at Lakewood police officers in 2019 pleaded guilty to an assault charge in Jefferson County District Court. → Read More

“Good Samaritan” killed in Olde Town Arvada shooting remembered for his passion and principles

Johnny Hurley, the "good Samaritan" killed in last month's Olde Town Arvada shooting, was remembered Tuesday as a passionate man who never waited for others to act, whether it was planning a camping trip, retrofitting a bus into an arcade, or rushing to confront a shooter in a public plaza. → Read More

Denver police investigating fatal shooting in LoDo

One man was killed in an early Sunday morning shooting on Market Street in LoDo. → Read More

Feds recommend changes to national gun background check system in wake of 2019 Sol Pais incident

The U.S. Department of Justice recommended a change in how background checks on gun purchases are conducted after an 18-year-old was allowed to illegally buy a shotgun in Colorado in an incident that closed hundreds of schools and led to a large manhunt across the Front Range. → Read More

Tay Anderson says he will resume day-to-day responsibilities as a Denver school board member

Denver Public Schools Director Tay Anderson informed his fellow school board members Wednesday morning that he will return to his elected duties after taking a seven-week hiatus while a sexual assault investigation was pending. → Read More

Findings in Tay Anderson investigation to be released by end of summer, DPS board says

Findings from a Denver Public Schools investigation into sexual assault allegations against school board member Tay Anderson will not be released until later this summer after the firm hired to look into the claims extended its period for interviewing potential witnesses. → Read More