'Stop The Bleed' Campaign Could Save LivesBeginning Wednesday, following the CBS hit show “Code Black,” members of the cast will spread the word about life-saving tools in a new Public Service Announcement.
Patients: ‘Lyme Disease Is In Colorado’Lyme disease is most commonly associated with the East Coast and the Upper Midwest. Patients testing positive for Lyme disease in Colorado want people know it’s here too.
Mayor Hancock Announces New Initiative To Reduce Traffic Deaths In DenverThe City of Denver is launching a new initiative to reduce traffic deaths.
Officer Injured In Shooting Visited By Paramedics Who Saved His LifeThe paramedics credited with quick thinking that helped save the life of a seriously injured police officer after a shooting earlier this month visited him in the hospital on Tuesday.
Injured Officer's Family Says He's 'Eager To Get Back To Work'The family of injured Denver Police Officer Antonio Lopez Jr. talked about his recovery on Thursday afternoon.
Paramedics Credit Training In Saving Officer's Life After ShootingThe paramedics took only 11 minutes from the time they arrived on scene and found Denver Police Officer Antonio Lopez Jr. with gunshot wounds to the time he was handed over to the surgeon for life-saving surgery.
Officer Hurt In Shooting Was 'As Close To Dying As You Can Get'Denver Police Officer Antonio Lopez Jr. remained in critical condition Tuesday night after being shot by a suspect earlier that morning. Doctors say he was close to dying and credit paramedics with saving his life.
Emily Griffith School Celebrates 99 Years Of Workforce EducationNinety-nine years ago Wednesday the Emily Griffith School in Denver started helping young people find their way into good solid jobs.
AIDS Walk Goal: End AIDS In Colorado By 2030Participants in this year's AIDS Walk have a goal: to end AIDS in Colorado by the year 2030.
Spooked Horse Strikes Denver Officer During ParadeA spooked horse struck a Denver police officer during a parade on Friday morning.
Police Investigate Officer-Involved CrashPolice in Denver rushed to investigate an officer-involved accident during the evening commute on Thursday. The officer was struck while responding to another crash.
Denver Doctor: Impoverished Neighborhoods Less Likely To See A Measles OutbreakThe current measles outbreak in the United States is a big concern for parents with children who may be around unvaccinated children, and those concerns loom larger in many pockets of Colorado.

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