Denver Survivors Of Las Vegas Shooting Send Thanks To First RespondersOver 100 volunteers, including survivors of the October 1st shooting in Las Vegas, came together Saturday morning to assemble 1,000 baskets for first responders.
Supreme Court Blocks Challenge To Maryland Assault Weapons BanThe Maryland law does not permit the sale of a range of semi-automatic weapons and large-capacity magazines.
Dansk Wins Again, Vegas 8-1-0 After Thumping Avs 7-0The Golden Knights hoped to give Las Vegas a reason to cheer when they opened their first ever homestand days after a mass shooting jarred the city.
Local Survivors Of Las Vegas Attack Give BackA Northglenn couple who survived the Las Vegas shooting wants to give back to the first responders who helped save them.
NY Man Arrested For 'Las Vegas Part 2' Attack Plot On Colorado CompanyA man from New York has been arrested for threatening a company in Colorado with a "Las Vegas part 2" attack.
Las Vegas Victim Includes Vet Who Ran Colorado Springs GymThe victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas included a veteran who managed a gym in Colorado Springs.
Colorado Witnesses Saw Humanity At Height Of Chaos In Las VegasSeveral Coloradans returned home Monday night after chaos erupted at a country music festival in Las Vegas over the weekend.
Hundreds Across Colorado Line Up To Donate Blood In Wake Of Vegas AttackDozens of walk-in donors showed up at Bonfils Blood Center Monday after learning about the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas-- ready to give blood.
'I Was Covered In Blood': Coloradan Survives Las Vegas Mass ShootingColoradans returning from Las Vegas were still shaken when they landed at Denver International Airport, hours after a deadly mass shooting.
Guitarist Who Played Las Vegas: 'We Need Gun Control'Police said at least 58 people died and at least 515 people were injured during the shooting Sunday.
Las Vegas Shooter's Father Was On FBI Most Wanted ListAccused Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock's father was a convicted bank robber and on the FBI's Most Wanted list in the 1960's.
Denver Emergency Officials Offer Condolences After Recent TrainingDenver Emergency Management officials are offering their condolences and prayers to the victims in Las Vegas after the deadliest mass shooting in recent U.S. history.

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