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'Let Us Get Back To Work': Event Planners Frustrated With Restrictions For Large Indoor GatheringsAs COVID-19 restrictions ease for Colorado’s comeback, some event planners say their industry will operate under a different set of rules.
Englewood Residents 'Jarred' After Suspicious Vehicle Ends In Deadly Police ShootingA driver in a stolen car dragged three officers before being shot and killed, Englewood police say.
Suzanne Morphew Disappearance: Barry Morphew Faces New Charges Of Tampering With Corpse, Possession Of Deadly WeaponBarry Morphew, who is accused of murder in the disappearance of his wife, Suzanne Morphew, is now facing additional charges of tampering with a corpse and possession of a dangerous weapon.
Colorado Mother Who Needed 54 Units Of Blood Calls On People To DonateVitalant is urging people to honor moms in this month of May by giving blood.
Breckenridge Announces Early Closure For Winter SeasonBreckenridge Ski Resort announced it will not be open for Memorial Day weekend.
Caught On Video: School Bus Driver Admits Slapping 10-Year-Old Girl In Dispute Over Face MaskA Colorado school bus driver admits he slapped a 10-year-old girl in a dispute over how she was wearing her face mask.
Cyclist Killed By Suspected Drunk Driver: Hundreds Attend Ghost Bike Dedication For Gwen InglisHundreds gathered on Tuesday morning for ghost bike dedication for Gwen Erffmeyer Inglis, who was hit by a suspected drunk driver on Sunday morning in Lakewood.
Georgia Man Pleads Guilty To Falsely Obtaining Colorado Hunting LicensesA Georgia man paid fines of more than $40,000 for illegally getting Colorado hunting licenses.