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Feedback Needed From Hunters, Anglers On Fee HikesColorado Parks and Wildlife wants to hear from hunters and anglers about how the organization can make some budget cuts without compromising the outdoor experience.
'I Could Have Touched His Car': Man Describes Close Call With Wrong-Way DriverA man who was driving along South Parker Road when a wrong-way driver nearly struck him head-on, describes the experience.
Deadly Hit & Run Started As Street RacingPolice said a deadly hit-and-run crash that killed a pedestrian on Sunday night started as a street racing.
Deputies Investigate Death Of Infant At MotelDeputies in Adams County investigated the death of an infant at a motel on Monday morning.
Trump Plans Major Ad Buy In Battleground States, Including ColoradoDonald Trump's campaign is making its biggest ad buy to date, with plans to spend upward of $10 million on commercials airing over the next week or so.
Colorado Oil And Gas Proposals Fall Short On SignaturesColorado's top elections official says backers of two proposed ballot measures to change how oil and gas drilling is regulated have failed to get enough signatures to get them on this fall's ballot.
Green Party Candidate Stein Sees Opportunity In ColoradoThe Green Party's candidate for president is hoping to raise awareness about her campaign in Colorado.
Driver Leaves Scene Of Hit & Run Crash On FootPolice in Denver want to find the driver who struck and killed a person.
Electric Buses Coming To 16th Street MallSay your goodbyes to the old shuttle buses on the 16th Street Mall.
For The First Time In 130 Years, Elephants Missing From CircusFor more than 130 years, elephants have been a part of the Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus. But not anymore.
Aurora Fire Department Involved In CrashA vehicle with the Aurora Fire Department was involved in a crash on Sunday afternoon.
Nearly 200 Fort Carson Soldiers Return HomeNearly 200 soldiers from Fort Carson have returned home after they were stationed in Afghanistan.

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