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Fluid Truck Remains In Colorado, Expands Headquarters To Bring 1,500 New Jobs To StateFluid Truck, a Denver-based truck sharing platform, will remain in Colorado. This comes as the company plans to expand its headquarters, bringing nearly 1,500 new jobs to the state.
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Colorado Judge Natalie Chase Resigns After Admitting To Using N-Word And Saying All Lives Matter While At WorkColorado District Judge Natalie Chase has resigned after she admitted using a racial slur in front of court employees, voiced her opinion on racial issues from the bench and asked employees to do personal tasks for her during work hours.
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South Metro Fire Rescue Puts Out House Fire In CentennialFirefighters rush to a burning home in Centennial early Tuesday morning.
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Robbery Suspect Chase Ends In Shooting On I-25 In Colorado SpringsColorado State Patrol joined several police departments in the chase that ended with a shooting.
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District Attorney's Office Calls For Official Review Of Controversial Arrest Of Karen GarnerThe 8th Judicial District Attorney's Office says it is calling for an official review of the arrest of Karen Garner on June 26, 2020.
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Drivers Met With Dangerous Driving Conditions All Across Denver Metro AreaDespite snowplows making countless passes, drivers were met with blizzard-like conditions in parts of the Denver metro area.
I-70 Partially Closed Between Morrison & Silverthorne For Snowy ConditionsA large stretch of Interstate 70 closed Monday night as a snow storm barreled down onto Colorado and its high country.
Overnight Closures Planned Next Week On W. 6th Ave. From Federal To Sheridan Blvd.Overnight closures are planned next week on West 6th Avenue for construction on the Barnum Pedestrian Bridge between Federal and Sheridan Boulevards.
More Colorado Delegates Urge Congress To Pass SAFE ActThe SAFE Act would allow states that have legalized marijuana to use banks and credit unions.
Vail Police Searching For Suspect In Property Damage InvestigationVail police want to find the man responsible for apparently breaking an exit gate at the Vail Transportation Center in Vail Village.

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