Cities, Volunteers Clash Over Feeding Homeless In PublicA volunteer and her lawyers say a citation for serving food without a permit was improper and demonstrates callousness toward the homeless. The city and some advocates say feeding people on the streets can hinder long-term solutions and raises sanitation concerns.
Southern Snowfall Isn't Deep, But Inspires Weather WorriesThe snow that blanketed parts of the Deep South on Friday delighted schoolchildren with an unexpected holiday but also revived panicky memories for many adults of past storms that trapped commuters on interstates for hours.
Mother Accused Of Killing 2 Toddler Sons In Hot Oven Due In CourtThe mother allegedly face timed the children's father to show him what she had done.
Jimmy Carter To Trump: 'Keep The Peace ... Tell The Truth'Former President Jimmy Carter offered a damning indictment of U.S. foreign policy and domestic affairs Tuesday.
CDOT: Interstate Collapse In Atlanta Could Happen In ColoradoThe Colorado Department of Transportation believes an interstate collapse, like the one that happened in Atlanta, could happen anywhere-- including Colorado.
Denver-Bound Plane Diverted To Tulsa After Passengers Become SickA plane has been diverted to Tulsa International Airport after multiple passengers complained of sickness.
Fugitive Wanted In Atlanta Arrested In DenverA fugitive wanted out of Atlanta was arrested in Denver by FBI special agents. Agents continue to search for another suspect related to the case.
Man Accused Of Embezzling From Atlanta Charter Schools Arrested In ColoradoA man accused of embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from Atlanta area charter schools has been arrested in Colorado.
Frontier Adding Nonstop Flights From Denver To PittsburghFrontier Airlines plans to add nonstop flights to five cities, including Denver, from Pittsburgh International Airport starting in June.
Demaryius Thomas Creates Award In Name Of Young Fan Killed In Rafting AccidentDrake Durkee attended the Demaryius Thomas camp last summer and he had planned on attending again this year, but in June the 11-year-old from Golden was tragically killed in a commercial rafting accident.
Sources: DIA Doesn't Individually Screen EmployeesAt DIA, the TSA relies on background checks and other layered measures rather than screening the workers individually as they do the passengers.
Best Beer Destinations In AmericaMany vacations are planned around different things, including visiting historical sites, the beach and different wineries. Beer enthusiasts can also have the vacation of their dreams by planning a beercation.

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