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Two U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 120th Fighter Squadron, Colorado Air National Guard, fly together during a photo chase mission around Denver Colo. May 29, 2015. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by, Tech. Sgt. Wolfram M. Stumpf)

Colorado Guard Jets To Stage July Fourth Flyovers

F-16 fighter jets from the Colorado Air National Guard will stage seven flyovers across the state for July Fourth parades and celebrations.

07/03/2015

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Latest Snow Totals: 1-2 Feet In Foothills West Of Denver

A large, slow moving spring storm has left a blanket of heavy wet snow across much of the Front Range and there is more to come for some areas.

04/17/2015

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Kayakers Find Body In Crystal River Near Redstone

Authorities are working to identify a body found in the Crystal River near Redstone.

07/27/2014

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Feds: Miners Entered Area Where Blast Occurred

Two Colorado miners who died of carbon monoxide poisoning apparently entered an area of the mine where an explosive had been previously detonated, federal investigators said Monday.

11/18/2013

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2 Killed, 20 Injured In Ouray Mining Accident

Two workers were killed and 20 others were injured Sunday in a mining accident near the southwestern Colorado town of Ouray.

11/17/2013

A worker removes pot plants from a site in the White River National Forest (credit: U.S. Forest Service)

No Evidence Of Cartel Ties To Massive Pot Growing Operation In High Country

More than 3,000 marijuana plants at an estimated worth of $8.4 million have been removed from an illegal growing site in the White River National Forest, according to U.S. Forest Service.

09/24/2013

A worker removes pot plants from a site in the White River National Forest (credit: U.S. Forest Service)

$8.4M Worth Of Pot Plants Removed From White River National Forest

More than 3,000 marijuana plants at an estimated worth of $8.4 million have been removed from an illegal growing site in the White River National Forest, according to U.S. Forest Service.

09/23/2013

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