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11 African Lions Test Positive For COVID At Denver ZooZookeepers in Denver are caring for 11 African lions that have tested positive for COVID.
Judge Expected To Rule On Douglas County Schools Mask Lawsuit On TuesdayA federal judge is expected to rule Tuesday on a request by the Douglas County School District for a temporary restraining order to block new relaxed mask rules imposed by the county's Board of Health.
Many Colorado Pharmacies Slammed With Demand As COVID Booster Eligibility WidensAs more Coloradans are now eligible to get their COVID-19 booster shot, many pharmacies are slammed with demand while also working to meet other patient needs.
Recent Crashes Involving Semis On I-70 Prompt CDOT To Make Major Adjustment To Summit County RoadworkThe Colorado Department of Transportation says due to safety concerns along Interstate 70, its project along a westbound stretch in Summit County will now be done during the daylight.
'We Want You Here': Denver Ready To Potentially Host 2026 World Cup MatchesThe City of Denver and its partners are excited to be in the running to be one of the host cities for the 2026 World Cup.
Byers Branch Library In Denver Renamed Due To William Byers' Support Of The Sand Creek Massacre In 1860sThe Byers Branch of the Denver Public Library has a new namesake. It now honors a leader in Denver Native American community instead.
Police Chase Of A Stolen Car Ended In Rollover Crash On I-76 In BrightonA police chase of a stolen car ended in a rollover crash in Brighton.
Colorado Woman Robin Pelkey Identified As Alaska Serial Killer's VictimDNA testing confirmed the identity of a woman believed to be a victim of serial killer Robert Hansen, Alaska authorities announced. Genetic material from relatives of Robin Pelkey matched skeletal remains found there in the early 1980s.