Top Colorado Animal 'Tails' Of 2015From an aggressive elk attacking a police car to a mountain lion in a staring contest with a family's cat, here are the top Colorado animal stories of 2015.
Wildlife Experts Warn About Getting Too Close To ElkElk attacks are a situation that can be avoided according to wildlife experts. There have been a couple so far this year along the Front Range.
Elk Attacks Jefferson County Sheriff Deputy's Patrol CarIt's mating season for one of Colorado’s most iconic creatures and that increases encounters with overly-aggressive elk.
Huge Turnout Expected At Vigil For Man Who Died In Evergreen LakeThe Evergreen community will hold a candlelight vigil for well-known man who died earlier this week after falling through the ice at Evergreen Lake.
Ebola Virus Survivor Returns To ColoradoA woman from Evergreen whose fight with ebola gripped the nation is back in her home state of Colorado.
Student Education Protest Grows In Jefferson CountyIn the largest of a series of ongoing student protests, about 700 young people gathered in suburban Denver to rally in opposition to a new set of high school history standards proposed by a conservative-led school board.
Jeffco Students Walk Out Of Class To Protest History ProposalMore students in Colorado's second-largest school district are protesting a proposal to emphasize patriotism and downplay civil unrest in the teaching of an American history course.
Evergreen Grad Credits Drug, Care, Faith For Surviving EbolaAn American missionary who graduated from Evergreen High School who survived Ebola spoke publicly about her ordeal for the first time on Wednesday.
Health Experts Work To Unravel Myths, Fears Of EbolaThere’s been a remarkable recovery for two Ebola patients treated in the United States, one of which graduated from Evergreen High School. They both are out of the hospital after weeks of treatment.
Local Infectious Disease Expert: Many Misconceptions About EbolaAn infectious disease specialist at the University of Colorado Hospital said those protective space suits doctors are wearing among some Ebola-infected patients won't be seen in their hallways.
Local Infectious Disease Expert: Many Misconceptions About EbolaAn infectious disease specialist at the University of Colorado Hospital said those protective space suits doctors are wearing among some Ebola-infected patients won't be seen in their hallways.
Aid Worker & Evergreen High Grad With Ebola Arrives In USAn American aid worker who graduated from Evergreen High School and is infected with Ebola arrived Tuesday in Atlanta, joining a second patient being given an experimental treatment that has never before been tested on humans.

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