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CBS4 Investigation Finds People Voting TwiceAn ongoing CBS4 voter fraud investigation has uncovered a dozen cases where Coloradans are suspected of voting twice.
Donald Trump Obituary Already WrittenAn official government obituary for presidential candidate Donald Trump has already been written, according to the federal government.
Proposed Archdiocese Retreat Facing Wildfire QuestionsA proposed Catholic retreat and conference center in Jefferson County is facing scrutiny over neighbors’ concerns that the development would pose an imminent wildfire threat.
Denver City Attorney Guidelines Called Into QuestionAn internal policy manual from the Denver City Attorney's Office on plea bargaining traffic tickets is being ripped by defense attorneys who claim it shows abusive and unethical behavior is mandated by office guidelines.
Denver To Lift Ban On KratomDenver’s Department of Environmental Health plans to lift its ban on the drug kratom, just weeks after ordering shops across the metro area to stop selling kratom products.
CBS4 Investigation Reveals Another Dead Voter, Fraud Cases And GapsAn ongoing CBS4 Investigation into dead voters in Colorado has turned up another dead voter -- this time in Larimer County.
Bureaucratic Error Costs Firefighter Widow Thousands Of DollarsThe widow of a Denver firefighter is trying to recover an estimated $70,000 in pension benefits lost due to a simple bureaucratic error 15 years ago.
Residents, Hotel Guests Suffer Sleepless Nights Thanks To DIA TrainThe blaring horns from RTD’s A Line trains are causing a lot of aggravation in Northeast Denver. The new train to the airport runs 22 hours a day and must blow its horn at every intersection along the way, day or night.
Homeless Couple Having Sex In Public Last Straw: Denver Residents Moving OutA young couple in Denver's West City Park neighborhood have put their home up for sale saying problems with Denver's homeless population are driving them out of the city.
Spike In Street Racing Has Police Employing A Bold TacticThe spike in street racing in Denver has police using a bold tactic -- towing the vehicles in addition to writing tickets.
DEA Plans To Ban Kratom, Calls Drug 'Imminent Threat'The Drug Enforcement Agency is expected to ban a drug that’s been growing in popularity in Colorado on Friday. The DEA will classify kratom as a Schedule I drug on par with marijuana and heroin.
Pot Money Laundering Case With Colombia Connection Coming To EndWhat began with charges of international money laundering in Colorado's legalized marijuana business is drawing to a close with much smaller dimensions.

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