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Liberian Community Continues To Raise Supplies To Fight Ebola
Members of Colorado's Liberian community loaded boxes to send back to their native country on Friday. They've been putting together supplies for weeks to help fight Ebola in West Africa.
‘LEAP’ Assistance For Home Heating Begins Accepting Applicaitons
Staying warm in the cold can be overwhelming for some Colorado families struggling to make ends meet. A program called LEAP, which will begin accepting applications, can help.
More Than 1 Million Coloradans Have Cast Ballots So Far
More than 1 million Coloradans have cast their ballots ahead of next week's election.
Properly Fitting Shoes Key to Exercise, Stopping Pre-Diabetes
One in three Americans are starting to feel the symptoms of diabetes even if they haven’t been diagnosed. Exercise and healthy eating would help and having properly fitting workout shoes is key.
Time Running Out To Return Colorado Ballots
Some Colorado clerks are recommending that voters drop off their ballots in person to make sure they're counted on Election Day.
Supermodel Beverly Johnson Honored By Down Syndrome Foundation
Forty years ago Beverly Johnson was the first African-American model to be featured on the cover of Vogue magazine.
John Denver Bust Stolen From 1stBank Center
Police in Broomfield are investigating after the John Denver bust at the 1ST BANK Center was stolen.
Aurora's Newest Cop Is Just 10 Years Old
A brave 5th grader was sworn in as an honorary police officer in Aurora on Wednesday. It was a dream come true for the 10-year-old who has battled cancer for more than a year.
City Launches Plan For Another Protected Bike Lane
The city of Denver and Downtown Denver Partnership announced a plan on Tuesday to bring a new protected bike lane to downtown.
Boot Camp Program Fighting Obesity In Denver Hispanic Community
Diabetes is a growing epidemic among the Latino community and the American Diabetes Association is offering programs to stop the program.
Church, Liberian Community Raise $3,000 For Ebola Victims
A community and church group in Aurora that has been collecting donations and supplies to help Liberians afflicted with Ebola has raised thousands of dollars.
Step Out Walk Celebrates People With Diabetes
The American Diabetes Association is raising money for and awareness of diabetes by hosting the Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes.
Colorado Doctors Herald Diabetes Research Breakthrough
Harvard researchers have found a way to grow insulin-producing cells, and Colorado doctors see real hope for Type 1 diabetics.
10 Different Brands Of Baby Wipes Recalled
Ten different brands of baby wipes are being recalled because of bacterial contamination. The wipes were sold at Sam's Club, Walgreens, and Family Dollar.
Parking Fees Now In Place At 5 More RTD Park-n-Rides
The Regional Transportation District has implemented new parking fees along the W light rail line.
Adams County Issues Incorrect Ballots Following Duplicate Ballot Error
At least 94 voters in Adams County received election ballots with errors on them, the county clerk's office said Sunday, following another ballot-related mistake announced Thursday.
Patients Get Free Hearing Aids At 'Make A Difference Day'
Approximately 100 financially-challenged Colorado patients received the gift of hearing on Saturday.
Red Cross Installs Smoke Detectors In High-Risk Denver Neighborhoods
In an effort to reduce deaths and injuries from home fires, the American Red Cross on Saturday went to neighborhoods in the Denver metro area and installed free smoke detectors.
Colorado Gerontological Society
The Colorado Gerontological Society is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization organized in 1980 to provide advocacy, information and assistance to Colorado seniors as well as education and networking for aging professionals.Older adults and their...
Project C.U.R.E. Won't Send Staff To Ebola Hot Zone
One routine is changing for a charitable organization in the Denver metro area as Project C.U.R.E. won't be sending staffers to countries battling Ebola.
Ebola Virus Survivor Returns To Colorado
A woman from Evergreen whose fight with ebola gripped the nation is back in her home state of Colorado.
Donate Old Cell Phones To Help Domestic Violence Survivors
Fans at the Denver Broncos Thursday Night Football game had the chance to help domestic violence survivors by donating their used cell phones.
Museum Of Nature & Science Shows Off New Mastodon Sculpture
The Denver Museum of Nature and Science revealed a new bronze sculpture of a snow mastodon.
Delivery Mannequin Helps Labor Nurses Prepare For Difficult Births
A mannequin used during delivery room scenarios gives student nurses the opportunity to master their techniques when faces with a difficult birth.
'Kinky Boots' Gives Audiences Something To Remember
The Tony Award winning musical "Kinky Boots" is giving audiences in Denver something to remember that's deeper than flashy costumes or catchy songs.
Domestic Violence Survivors Get Support From Denver Broncos And Verizon
Fans heading to Thursday night's Denver Broncos game where they take on the San Diego Chargers can help support domestic violence survivors.
Rocky Mountain National Park Visits Could Cost More
Each year more than 3 million people visit Rocky Mountain National Park but it may soon cost more to get in.
Afrikka Hardy's Mother: Smile, Laugh Were Contagious
The mother of an Aurora teen murdered in Indiana by a suspected serial killer says she's heartbroken over the death of her daughter.
In Battle With Cancer, Doctor Asks Others To Perform Acts Of Kindness
Jill Pechacek, who was recently diagnosed with stage-4 pancreatic cancer, is challenging others to perform random acts of kindness to benefit their communities. The challenge has spread to all 50 states and internationally.
All Babies Born On Oct. 20 Get Free $500 Mutual Fund
Voya Financial is helping the next generation take its first step toward retirement readiness by offering every baby born on Oct. 20, 2014 a $500 mutual fund investment as a head start on their retirement savings in celebration of National Save for...
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