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'It Broke The Law': Colorado Settles Lawsuit With Federal GovernmentThe Department of Justice and the State of Colorado resolved a dispute last week that was initiated during President Donald Trump's administration.
I-70 Reopened At Eisenhower Tunnels After Hours-Long 'Police Activity'Interstate 70 was closed Saturday afternoon for "police activity" near the Eisenhower-Johnson Tunnels.
Dozens Of Volunteers Fan Out To Clear Debris From East Troublesome Fire In Grand LakeOn Saturday about 150 people volunteered to kickstart the spring cleaning around Grand Lake after the East Troublesome Fire destroyed properties last fall.
'Votercade' in Denver Advocates For Voters’ Rights: 'Make A Lot Of Noise'On Saturday in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood, it seemed like a small group of people was getting ready for a small quiet event. They decorated their cars quietly for a “votercade.”
U.S. Space Command In Colorado Helping Monitor Falling Rocket From ChinaU.S. Space Command at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs is keeping an eye on falling debris from a rocket.
Book Of Advice Created For All Graduating Seniors In DenverA Manual High School graduate from the class of 1995 hopes a book he created helps graduating seniors as they embark on their next chapter in life.
All-Terrain Wheelchairs Roll Out At Staunton State Park Next MonthStarting in June, a handful of all-terrain wheelchairs will be made available to disabled "hikers" at Staunton State Park. 
Man Killed In Lakewood Hit-And-RunLakewood police want to find the driver who they say hit and killed a pedestrian overnight. Officers responded to West Colfax Avenue and Oak Street.