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'Guys Have A Badge On And It's Like They Run The World': Subject Of Violent Aurora Police Arrest Wants ChangeKyle Vinson says he wants to see the kind of change in policing that prevents what happened to him.
Denver Public Schools Hears From Parents, Staff About Face Mask RequirementThe rise in COVID-19 cases has led Denver Public Schools to renew a former health practice. DPS announced Tuesday that masks will be required for all students, visitors and staff inside its buildings, regardless of vaccination status.
Colorado Housing Advocates Say Policy On Evictions Needs To Be Based On Environmental FactorsHousing advocates trying to help tenants pay rent while keeping landlords with affordable options in the market say a policy on evictions needs to be based on economic factors.
Colorado Dries Out! Transitioning Back To Big Heat And Thick SmokeThe threat for flooding, and mudslides that has plagued the high country for days has ended. It will be dry statewide by Wednesday night just as smoke and heat make a rapid return.
City Of Denver Employees Meet News Of Vaccination Requirement With Mixed EmotionsReactions to Mayor Hancock's announcement of a vaccine requirement for City of Denver employees included surprise, confusion, and relief earlier this week.  
2 Arrested After Psilocybin Mushrooms Found Growing In Lyons HomeTwo people got caught with an illegal psilocybin mushroom grow and other drugs in a Lyons home.
Influx Of COVID Patients May Delay Medical Attention To Those Suffering From Other AilmentsAs the Delta variant of COVID-19 brings more patients to hospitals non-COVID patients are wondering if sometimes they are being put in the back seat.
New Center Offers Recovery Resources For Homeless In Jefferson CountyThe center’s main mission is to offer services for people on a brief visit either showering, doing some laundry, getting signed up for a housing list, or using the internet.