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Grizzly Creek Fire Closes I-70, Grows To 1,300 Acres Near Glenwood SpringsThe Grizzly Creek Fire has burned about 1,300 acres in Garfield County near Glenwood Springs and closed both directions of I-70.
RTD Considers Replacing Security Guards With Social WorkersThe transit agency says its staff is ill-equipped to handle social, behavioral and mental health needs of riders.
Curtis Park Residents Report Noticeable Increase In Crime At Homeless CampsResidents say violence and drug dealing are taking over encampments in an area where people experiencing homelessness have been seeking refuge for decades.
'The Right Trajectory': COVID-19 Cases Drop For Second Week In ColoradoFor the second week in a row, Colorado reported a drop in COVID-19 cases.
Denver City Council Considers Ballot Measure To Repeal Pit Bull BanDenver City Council is considering a bill to let voters decide whether to repeal the city's pit bull ban.
Finding Suzanne Morphew: Investigators Distribute Flyers On 3 Month Anniversary Of DisappearanceSuzanne Morphew was reported missing on Mother’s Day, May 10, after leaving her home in Mayesville to go for a bike ride.
Commerce City Police Arrest Domestic Violence Suspect Who Barricaded Himself In HomeCommerce City police asked residents living near East 62nd Avenue and Oneida Street to remain in their homes Monday evening.
'Kill Them All': Colorado Springs PD Sergeant Used Fake Name To Post Comments About ProtestersA sergeant with the Colorado Springs Police Department has been temporarily suspended and transferred following an internal affairs investigation that confirmed he posted comments on a live-stream of a protest in late June.