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911 Calls In Denver On Hold: 'It Was Frightening' Says CallerDenver's 911 system is out of compliance with nationally recognized standards for answering calls as thousands of callers are finding themselves on hold when they call in to report an emergency. 
'Just Bad Training': Colorado Semi-Truck Driving Schools Noticing Lack Of ExperienceSnow added to steep hills would likely make things tough for drivers, especially semi-truck drivers trying to navigate the high country.
Aurora Police Investigate Deadly Hit & Run Crash Involving PedestrianAurora police responded to Chamber Circle near Elkhart Street Monday night for a deadly hit and run crash.
Adams County Man Faces First Degree Murder Charge After WifeThe Adams County Sheriff's Office arrested a man they say killed his wife earlier this month.
2 Schools In Denver Targeted With Anti-Semitic VandalismDenver's Jewish community is condemning two separate vandalisms at Denver schools.
Leadville Hospital Upgrades & Expands Despite Brink Of Financial CrisisAs many rural hospitals struggle to find footing in the midst of the pandemic, St. Vincent Healthcare in Leadville is making an incredible comeback.
Steve Pankey's Ex-Wife Testifies In His Trial For The Murder Of Jonelle MatthewsA second week of testimony began on Oct. 18 in the Jonelle Matthews murder trial in Wed County.
University Of Denver To Require Flu Vaccine: 'We're Taking This Seriously'With cold and flu season approaching on Colorado University is requiring everyone on campus to get another vaccine shot.