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Doctor Riding Bike To Fight Leukemia, LymphomaA Denver doctor is preparing for quite the bike ride to fight leukemia and lymphoma.
Bank Robber Strikes For Fifth TimeA 39-year-old man has robbed five different Denver banks in the past three months.
Which National Parks Are Free In Colorado This WeekendThe National Park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday with a gift to you.
300-Pound Bear Relocated From Under DeckWildlife officials removed a 300 pound bear from under the deck of a concerned homeowner in Breckenridge.
Victim Confronts Burglary Suspects In HomeThe Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office hopes someone will recognize the suspects wanted in a burglary where the victim confronted them.
Farmer's Almanac Says Don't Get Too Excited Over Early SnowSnow lovers around Colorado have been giddy from seeing pictures of late summer snow in the Rockies.
Topgolf Coming To Thornton Despite Some Neighbors ProtestsThe Thornton City Council approved a new Topgolf driving range despite some neighbors' protests.
Sedgwick County Sheriff Accused Of Sex Assault On Developmentally Disabled WomanThe sheriff of Sedgwick County has been accused of sexually assaulting a developmentally disabled woman. Thomas Hanna is facing sexual assault and misconduct allegations.
Thornton Approves Retail Pot SalesOne city in the Denver metro area has decided to lift its ban on retail marijuana sales.
Why One High School Football Player Won't Be Able To Play The Entire SeasonAn Aurora family is questioning the hardship waiver process for high school student athletes after their own child’s football season is in doubt.
Trump To Attend Fundraiser In ColoradoRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump will be in Colorado on Thursday for a fundraiser.
New School Named After Education PioneerApplause rang out as Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg officially opened the Regis F. Groff campus in northeast Denver.
Cancer Now Becoming The No. 1 Cause Of Death In AmericaHeart disease has been the leading cause of death in the U.S. for close to a century, but a new analysis shows that cancer is now No. 1 in many states and will soon be the leader in all.
Hostel Residents Kicked Out Due To Dangerous ConditionsClose to 100 people have nowhere to stay after being kicked out of a hostel in Denver with no notice.
2 Killed In Glider CrashTwo people were killed in a motorized glider crash near Telluride on Wednesday.
Park County Honors Deputies, First Responders Involved In Shootout That Left Cpl. Carrigan DeadIt was six months timed down to the minute, to correspond to the shootout that led to the death of a Park County deputy, when several first responders received medals for bravery on Wednesday.
Victim In Wrong-Way Crash IdentifiedThe victim in a suspected DUI wrong-way crash in Loveland has been identified.
Amendment T Supporters Rally At State CapitolSupporters of Amendment T rallied at the State Capitol on Tuesday to gain support for the measure which calls for a reference to slavery to be removed from the Colorado Constitution.
Indoor Marijuana Grow Facility Approved For HygieneAn indoor marijuana grow facility has been approved in the community of Hygiene in Boulder County.
Mayor's Chief Of Staff Takes Over DCPADenver Mayor Michael Hancock's chief of staff will take over as the president and CEO of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Colorado Company Teams Up With Pharmacy On Locking Pill VialsA company in Colorado has teamed up with a pharmacy to make sure prescription painkillers don't end up in the wrong hands.
Colorado To Vote On Restoring Presidential PrimariesColorado voters will get to decide this fall whether to scrap presidential caucuses and replace them with primary elections.
Ski Train Returns As Amtrak Winter Park ExpressThe ski train will resume passenger service to Winter Park from Denver's Union Station just after the new year.
Trail Of Blood Helps Officers Locate Man Who Fired At PoliceAfter a 9 hour search, the man involved in a late night shooting in Boulder was taken into custody.
Sheriff On Eastern Plains Faces Sex Assault, Solicitation ChargesA rural Colorado sheriff is facing sexual assault and misconduct allegations.
Dolly The Elephant Offered Hospice-Style Care At Denver ZooDolly, an Asian elephant at the Denver Zoo, is being offered hospice-style care by the Denver Zoo staff.
Court: Out-Of-State License Plates Don't Justify SearchLaw enforcement officials in Kansas cannot stop and search motorists just for having out-of-state license plates from states like Colorado that have legalized marijuana, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
Hit & Run Victim 'Trying To Forgive' DriverA woman left behind by a hit-and-run driver who struck her while she was driving her scooter is working to try to forgive the driver allegedly responsible for injuring her.
Colorado-Based VA Executive Accused Of Misusing Work TimeA government watchdog agency says a Denver-based VA executive misused official time over a four-year period because she couldn't show she had worked for all or part of up to 14 days.
Patient: Procedure By Allegedly Fake Doctor Was Botched From The StartA year after a botched surgery, the patient of a man charged with pretending to be a doctor says she wants to send out a warning to those considering similar procedures.

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