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AIDS Walk Goal: End AIDS In Colorado By 2030

Participants in this year’s AIDS Walk have a goal: to end AIDS in Colorado by the year 2030.


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Spooked Horse Strikes Denver Officer During Parade

A spooked horse struck a Denver police officer during a parade on Friday morning.


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Police Investigate Officer-Involved Crash

Police in Denver rushed to investigate an officer-involved accident during the evening commute on Thursday. The officer was struck while responding to another crash.


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Denver Doctor: Impoverished Neighborhoods Less Likely To See A Measles Outbreak

The 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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Kids Care Clinic Boosts High Rate Of Vaccinations

The Measles outbreak is a big concern for parents with children who may be around unvaccinated children. One local clinic is hoping to ease those parents’ fears.


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New Year’s First Baby Born At Denver Health

The first baby of the new year in the Denver metro area was born at Denver Health.


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Ceremony Will Mark One Year Since Arapahoe High Shooting

A candlelight ceremony to mark one year since the deadly shooting at Arapahoe High School will take place on Saturday night.


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Officer Hit By Car During Protests Makes Progress, Opens Eyes

The Denver Police officer who was struck by a car during protests by East High School students earlier this month is making progress. John Adsit’s family said that he opened his eyes on Thursday.


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Pregnancy Discrimination A Growing Problem In Colorado Workplace

Pregnancy discrimination is a growing problem in the American workplace and several women in Colorado believe they were victims.


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3 Denver Area Hospitals Designated To Treat Ebola Patients

The state’s department of public health has designated Denver Health, Children’s Hospital and University Hospital as the three facilities that would care for an Ebola patient, should one be diagnosed in Colorado.



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