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Longmont To Consider Making Juneteenth An Official Government HolidayLongmont City Council may soon have a new holiday on its city government calendar.
Man Killed During Overnight Break-In Attempt In Jefferson CountyA man trying to make his way into a Jeffco home was stabbed to death early Monday, according to deputies.
Denver DA Says Westminister Officers Who Shot And Killed Suspect Drew Lucero Were Legally JustifiedThe Denver District Attorney says Westminster officers who shot and killed suspect Drew Lucero Sept. 3 were legally justified.
Laura Shepard Churchley, Daughter Of America's First Person In Space, To Fly In Blue Origin RocketThe idea for Laura Shepard Churchley going on a Blue Origin rocket to space came up when she was at a 50th anniversary celebration of the Apollo 14 trip her father took to the moon.
2nd Annual Après Ski Holiday Market A Great Place To Celebrate The Season In Downtown DenverAs part of Mile High Holidays, the 2nd Annual Après Ski Holiday Market is officially open.
Denver Weather: 'No Snow November' Becomes 'Dreadfully Dry December' This WeekOne of the warmest and driest November's on record in Denver will seamlessly transition into an equally warm and dry start to December this week.
Aurora Mother Whose Child Was Killed in 1995 Shooting Disturbed, Tired of Youth Violence After 5 Shot Over The WeekendThe Aurora Police Department is investigating another shooting involving teens, this time leaving five people shot, four of them ranging between ages 16 to 20.
Community Gathers To Light First Candle On 9-Foot Menorah In ArvadaSunday was the first night of Hanukkah and people gathered in Olde Town Arvada to light the first candle on a nine-foot Menorah.