The 5th annual Boulder Arts Week will take place on March 30 to April 7, 2018, at venues throughout the city.

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Wire Art Hanging On A Power Line Above A Denver Street Depicts Elijah McClain Playing ViolinA unique piece of street art appeared in suspended fashion above a Denver street over the weekend.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Anyone Who Spent Thanksgiving With People Outside Their Household Should Quarantine For 2 WeeksWith the number of COVID-19 cases on the rise in Colorado, celebrating the December holidays outside your household may not be possible.
Some DPS Families Can Now Select Learning Option For Spring SemesterStarting on Monday, Nov. 30, elementary students within the Denver Public School District can request a change to their learning options for the spring semester.
James Dolmas Gets 17 Years In Jail After Sexually Assaulting Students At Rangeview High When He Worked ThereA former Rangeview High School employee has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for sexually assaulting students.
Mild Today, Much Colder Weather On The WayWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast
Lawmakers Consider Emergency COVID Relief Package In ColoradoThe Colorado Legislature convened on Monday in a special session called by Gov. Jared Polis to pass bills offering sales tax relief and state grants to small businesses, tenants and public school districts affected by the pandemic.
Museum Store Sunday Aims To Keep Doors At Colorado Museums OpenMuseum Store Sunday allows people to shop at their favorite museums from around the world.
First Responders Rush To Reports Of Explosions On Smuggler MountainFirst responders in Pitkin County rushed to Smuggler Mountain after multiple people called 911 to report hearing large explosions on Saturday morning.
Manitou Springs Police Officer Arrested For Posting Nude Photos Of WomanA Manitou Springs Police Department patrol officer, Jacob Carley, 41, was arrested and jailed last Tuesday by Colorado Springs police officers for alleged misdemeanor harassment. Katie Johnston reports.
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State Lawmakers Hope To Come The Rescue As They Convene A Special Session In ColoradoAs businesses struggle and thousands of Coloradans are without jobs, a special session of the state legislature begins Monday.
Broomfield Restaurant Shuts Doors Until Indoor Dining Is Allowed AgainWithout more financial help, some restaurants are left with a tough choice of either scraping by with takeout, delivery, and limited outdoor dining, or shutting down until indoor dining is allowed again.
Cold Morning, Mild AfternoonWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast
Broncos May Be Fined Substantially After Drew Lock And Other Quarterbacks Were Not Allowed To Play SundayQuarterbacks Drew Lock, Brett Rypien and Blake Bortles were pulled off the practice field and sent home after the NFL deemed them high-risk close contacts of Jeff Driskel, who tested positive for COVID.
Mile High Holiday Mart Is A Shopping Tradition For Many FamiliesDue to the rising numbers of COVID-19 infections, the Junior League of Denver is making its Mile High Holiday Mart a virtual experience.
Warm Finish To November With December Snow On The WayWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Museum Store Sunday Aims To Keep Doors At Colorado Museums OpenMuseum Store Sunday allows people to shop at their favorite museums from around the world.
Holiday Travel At Denver International Airport Busy, But Not As Busy As NormalSome people traveling through Denver International Airport say they were surprised to see the number of people packed in together amid rising coronavirus numbers.
State Lawmakers To Convene For Special COVID-19 SessionGov. Jared Polis called for the special session earlier this month in order for lawmakers to find ways to help struggling Coloradans and businesses.
Neighbors Rush To Lift Spirits Of Colorado Springs Family Suffering Health TroublesA community in Colorado Springs helped a family in their moment of need.
Boulder Giving Away More Than $100,000 To Those Who Shop LocalThe city of Boulder is giving away more than $100,000 in free spending money to those who are shopping at some local retail stores.
Colorado Governor Polis & First Gentleman Test Positive For COVID-19Colorado Gov. Jared Polis announced Saturday night that he and First Gentleman Marlon Reis tested positive for coronavirus.
Some Call Foul On Disallowing Fans At State Championship In PuebloLimited numbers of fans were in the stands at several high school football games in the Denver metro area Saturday, as teams hoped to advance to the state championship next weekend.
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