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Colorado Rejects Background Checks For Youth Sports Leagues Colorado senators have rejected an ambitious plan to start the nation's first requirement for criminal background checks for people who work for youth sports organizations. 16 Metro Area Neighborhoods Get Broadband Upgrade From CenturyLink CenturyLink is now offering faster broadband speeds in 16 neighborhoods around the Denver metro area, the company announced on Wednesday.
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Latest Forecast: Becoming Cooler with Seasonal highs and Maybe Snow for Saturday. Plenty of wind today made that 61 degree high feel a lot cooler than it was. Winds die down as the high temperature also goes down for Thursday. This Week In Denver Weather History: Record Snowpack Melts & All-Time High Temps January can bring a potpourri of weather to Denver and the Front Range and this week in weather history is no exception.
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Denver Is 4th In The Nation For Football Fans Out of 142 cities in the United States, Denver ranks as the fourth best in which to be a football fan. Colorado Springs, however, ranks as the 138th worst. Welcome Wednesday With A Sunrise Welcome to Wednesday on another beautiful January day.
Proposed Bill Would Teach Sex Abuse Education In Schools A bill being debated at the state Capitol would teach children as young as five about sexual abuse. Some lawmakers call it the biggest public health issue that no one is talking about and they believe it's time children learned about the threat in... Colorado Rejects Background Checks For Youth Sports Leagues Colorado senators have rejected an ambitious plan to start the nation's first requirement for criminal background checks for people who work for youth sports organizations.
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Why Aren’t Denver’s Municipal Elections Making More News? We're only three months away from Denver's Municipal Elections and even though six seats are up for grabs on a very influential council, the races have yet to make many headlines. Can Colorado Give You A Jury You Would Want? As jury selection begins in Arapahoe County this week, it's time Colorado looks at jury reform to protect those called to a sacred and important civic duty.
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