Dinosaur National Monument Creek Closed To Fishing After Septic Line BreakA popular fishing spot in Dinosaur National Monument has been closed because of a broken septic line at a fish hatchery.
New Parking Ban Forces Homeless To Vacate Colorado ParkHomeless living in a dozen campers, trucks, vans and cars parked along the street at America The Beautiful Park in Colorado Springs were forced to pack up and move out.
Coroner: Mother And Daughter Deaths Were Murder-SuicideAuthorities say a southern Colorado mother shot and killed her young daughter before turning the gun on herself.
Turkey Bones May Help Trace Fate Of Mesa Verde Cliff DwellersResearchers say they have found a new clue into the mysterious exodus of ancient cliff-dwelling people from the Mesa Verde area of Colorado more than 700 years ago: DNA from the bones of domesticated turkeys.
Denver Mulls Immigrant Protections Amid White House ThreatsDenver's mayor is backing a proposed ordinance aimed at protecting immigrants and refugees amid increased immigration enforcement and a barrage of White House threats to revoke federal money from so-called sanctuary cities.
Swift Sends Flowers To Denver Company That Supported HerTaylor Swift is returning the love to a Denver company that created colorful signs out of Post-its of her song lyrics like "Fearless" and "Begin Again" in its windows during her trial.
DJ Says Taking Taylor Swift To Court Was Only OptionThe former radio host who lost a groping lawsuit to Taylor Swift in federal court this week said he realizes the case was in the pop star's favor, but he had no interest in backing down.
Police Officer Kills Suspected ShoplifterAuthorities in Colorado say a police officer shot and killed a person suspected of shoplifting at a Walmart.
Taylor Swift Hopes Her Trial Win Inspires Assault VictimsImmediately after a jury determined that Taylor Swift was groped by a radio station host at a backstage 2013 concert event in Denver, the singer-songwriter embraced one of her closest allies — her mother — and later said she hoped the verdict would inspire other victims of sexual assault.
Man Doesn't Remember Killing Woman, Sentenced To 48 YearsA Colorado man says he doesn't remember killing a woman, even though in June he pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in connection with her death.
Sen. Cory Gardner Talks To Voters About Health CareRepublican Sen. Cory Gardner is planning three town hall meetings Tuesday in Colorado.
Swift Justice: Jury Takes Taylor's Side In Groping LawsuitFour years after Taylor Swift tried to handle her groping allegation against a radio station DJ quietly, the pop superstar got a very public victory.

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