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Polis Pardons 2,732 Coloradans Convicted Of Marijuana Possession“Too many Coloradans have been followed their entire lives by a conviction for something that is no longer a crime, and these convictions have impacted their job status, housing, and countless other areas of their lives," Gov. Polis said.
Colorado Weather: More Smoke And Poor Air Quality As Drought Becomes Even WorseSeveral fires burning northwest of the Denver metro area area will send smoke toward the Front Range again on Thursday causing air quality to suffer.
Report: COVID-19-Related Workers' Compensation Claims Denied By JBSThe JBS meat packing plant in Greeley has denied the workers' compensation benefits of several employees who contracted COVID-19, according to a report by Reuters.
'Simpler & More Accessible': Denver Moves Forward With Community-Based COVID-19 TestingThe new community-based site is just one of four expected to roll out in the city over the coming weeks.
Vail Tourism Showing Signs Of A Comeback: 'We've Got A Full Patio'Aside from a strict mask policy, the crowds in Vail Village resemble a time before COVID-19, and businesses are starting to bounce back.
'I Feel Violated': Trump Supporter Reacts After Trio Spray Paints BLM, Pro-Biden Message Near HomeSecurity footage from multiple homes captured at least three people, presumed to be teenaged girls, spray painting the road in front of the home with messages of support for Black Lives Matter and Joe Biden’s campaign.
House Fire Victims Left Paying For Restoration Company DelaysTen months have passed since Brian Wynne and his wife were last in their Colorado Springs home.
Evacuations Ordered In Jackson, Larimer Counties For Mullen Fire That Started In WyomingThe pre-evacuation area of Jackson County was made a mandatory evacuation on Wednesday afternoon for the Mullen Fire. Mandatory evacuations were ordered in northwest Larimer County just a short time later and included the Roach and Hohnholz areas.