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COVID In Colorado: National Jewish Health To Vaccinate 3,000 Over The WeekendNational Jewish Health is hard at work setting up mass vaccination events.
COVID In Weld County: Health Clinic Works To Reach Latino Community With Vaccine InformationAt Sunrise Community Health in Evans, just across the line from Greeley, people wait for care.
Pedestrian Seriously Hurt In Hit & Run Crash On Havana St. In AuroraA pedestrian was seriously injured in a hit and run crash on Wednesday night in Aurora.
Some Colorado Counties Push Back On Idea Of Shutting Down Private PrisonsSome say private prisons increase recidivism and don’t offer inmates the same services as state-run facilities do.
Get Ready -- Girl Scout Cookie Season Is Around The Corner, Actual & VirtualGirl Scout cookie season is here! Not even the pandemic could cancel the sweet program.
COVID In Colorado: Model Finds 1 in 115 Coloradans Currently InfectiousA new modeling report finds the number of COVID-19 infections are decreasing in Colorado.
Western Slope Lawmaker Warns A Moratorium On Federal Leases Will Devastate Garfield County: 'Industry Will Collapse' A new executive action by President Biden could impact hundreds of oil and gas operators on Colorado's Western Slope.
UCHealth Preparing to Vaccinate 10,000 At Second Drive-thru EventPreparations are underway for this weekend’s mass vaccination drive thru event outside Coors Field, which will be the largest vaccination clinic yet in Colorado.
Arson Investigation: 3 Teens Arrested In Fire That Killed 5 In Green Valley RanchDenver police have arrested three juveniles in the house fire that killed three adults and two children in Green Valley Ranch last summer.
Summit County Family Credits Habitat For Humanity With Ability To Stay In The MountainsThe competition for real estate in Colorado’s mountain communities has forced some lower-income families to look elsewhere, and trends show the market isn’t slowing anytime soon. 
DPS Students Gain Access To Free Menstrual Hygiene Products... PeriodDenver’s City Council voted to remove local sales tax on menstrual hygiene products two years ago. In 2021, Denver Public Schools took it one step further and gave students access to these products- for free.
People In Colorado Bet $63.5 Million On Table Tennis In 2020Table tennis continues to be a heavy hitter when it comes to sports betting in Colorado.
Larry Long Gets Parole After Murdering Parents, BrotherA Colorado man who murdered his mother, father and brother as a teenager in 1986 has been released on parole.
FBI Denver Office Looking For 'Jane Doe'The FBI office in Denver wants to find a woman who might be able to help them identify a child victim of sexual exploitation.
Excess Force Suit Against Loveland Police Settled For $290,000An excessive force lawsuit filed against the city of Loveland and four of its police officers has been settled for $290,000.
Online Poll Finds Nearly 1 In 6 Parents Has Moved Child Out Of Denver Public SchoolsAfter a new online poll found nearly 1-in-6 of Denver parents admitted to moving their child out of Denver Public Schools, a coalition of parent groups is urging action.
Colorado Sports Gambling Industry Reports Over $1 Billion In WagersColorado's new sports betting industry reported nearly $1.2 billion in wagers from May to December 2020.
Plane Carrying Members Of Oklahoma State Basketball Program Crashed In Colorado 20 Years AgoWednesday marks 20 years since a devastating charter plane crash on Colorado's Eastern Plains.
'Nothing Can Ever Replace Him': 11-Year-Old Gannon Stauch Was Reported Missing One Year AgoLetecia Stauch called 911 to report that Gannon had not returned after going to a friend’s house. Now she's facing charges for his murder.
VIDEO: 5 Orphaned Bear Cubs Moved To Dens Made By Colorado Parks & WildlifeFive bear cubs will get another chance to live in the wild after Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers released them into two dens near Pikes Peak.
Driver Killed In Crash With Denver Fire Vehicle Identified As Monica CharlesThe driver of the Honda Civic that was killed in a crash with a Denver Fire Department vehicle has been identified as Monica Charles.
COVID In Denver: New Policies At Union Station Bus Concourse Designed To Protect RTD Riders, EmployeesRTD is implementing new safety protocols in the Union Station bus concourse starting Wednesday. The new policies were put in place because of unsafe and problematic behavior in the terminal.
Crespin Nene-Perez Extradited From Mexico, Charged In Court In 1998 Denver Murder Of Bonny BakerA 57-year-old man who was extradited from Mexico and is charged in the 1998 murder of his Denver girlfriend appeared in court.
Mayor Hancock Says Vaccines, Schools & Financial Help Are Top 3 PritoritiesDenver Mayor Michael Hancock joined multiple city agencies virtually on Tuesday night to talk about President Joe Biden's relief plan. I
Boulder Police Arrest Man Who Hit Officer In Head With Snow Shovel, TaserPolice in Boulder arrested a man for assaulting an officer, but not before he put up quite a fight.
Denver Police Search For Suspect In Deadly Shooting On East Colfax AvenuePolice in Denver are investigating a deadly shooting on East Colfax Avenue. The shooting happened just before 2 a.m. near Holly Street.
Suspected Gunman In Deadly Motel Shooting ArrestedPolice in Lakewood say that the suspect who shot and killed a man in a motel was arrested in Castle Rock.
2 Juveniles Suspected Of Racist Graffiti At Coyote Hills Elementary Taken Into CustodyTwo juveniles suspected of defacing Coyote Hills Elementary School with racist graffiti last week have been taken into custody.
Colorado Springs Throwing Itself A Sesquicentennial PartyThe City of Colorado Springs is throwing a months-long party as it celebrates its 150th anniversary.
Manuel Frias Sentenced To 8 Years In Deadly Motorcycle Crash That Killed Thomas NeubertA driver who was high when he struck and killed a motorcyclist has been sentenced to 8 years in prison.