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The Liberation Of Nazi Concentration Camps Remembered In Denver

It’s been 70 years since Allied forces liberated Nazi concentration camps in Germany. On Sunday Denver area survivors commemorated the event with a special memorial.


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Buckely Airmen Deploy To South Korea In F-16s

F-16 fighter jets deployed from Buckley Air Force Base to South Korea.


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Current, Former State Leaders Admire Jordan’s Fight Against ISIS

Colorado and the country of Jordan have close military and political ties, and tensions are high in the Middle Eastern country right now.


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1 Hiker Rescued, 1 Found Dead On North Maroon Peak

A second hiker missing in the Maroon Bells area has been found dead.


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Jordan Dignitaries Set To Meet In Denver

Dignitaries from Jordan will be in Denver on Thursday to mark the 10-year partnership between the Middle Eastern country and the Colorado National Guard.


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Colorado National Guard Works To Defend The State’s Computer Networks

Members of the Colorado National Guard spent the weekend in Denver preparing for cyber attacks.


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Evacuees Airlifted During Floods Get Chance To Say Thanks

Last September hundreds of people got trapped in their small communities and had to be rescued when flood waters destroyed all the roads. They were airlifted to safety in Black Hawk helicopters.


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Gov. Hickenlooper Tours Massive Mudslide Near Collbran

Gov. John Hickenlooper has toured the mudslide area near Collbran where three men are still missing.


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Easter Service Marks Colorado Massacre Centennial

A line of mourners are passing a flame from candle to candle, starting a service marking the anniversary of a tragedy that became a rallying cry for unions.


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Ludlow Massacre Spurred New Deal Labor Reforms

A century ago this Sunday, 11 children and two women died in a fire that followed a shootout between the Colorado National Guard and striking coal miners at a tent camp in southern Colorado.



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