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More Colorado Students Feeling Depressed, Know Vaping Is Risky, Survey FindsColorado's children in middle school and high school are improving their health in some ways, but struggle with other aspects of their health. The new information comes from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's bi-annual statewide Healthy Kids Colorado Survey (HKCS).
Three Meeker Residents Have Been Sentenced For Poaching Elk In Moffat CountyThree residents of Meeker have been sentenced for poaching trophy elk in Moffat county last year.
Denver Woman That Wanted 108 Cards For Her 108th Birthday Has Already Received Over 125 CardsA Denver woman has a special wish for her 108th birthday: 108 birthday cards! Gertie Abkes was born Aug. 4, 1912, just four months after the Titanic sank. She has survived two pandemics: the current COVID-19 pandemic and the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918-1919.
Denver To Give Out PPE Kits To Small Businesses & NonprofitsThousands of personal protective equipment kits are now available to Denver small businesses and nonprofits. The city opened an online registration for those groups to get the kits for free.
Denver Police Need Help Identify Suspect In A ShootingDenver police are asking the public for their help in identifying a suspect in a shooting from last week.
3 Killed, 3 Others Hurt In Single Vehicle Rollover On I-225Three people are dead and three others are injured after a single-vehicle rollover crash on Interstate 225 on Saturday.
Police Officers Cleared In Fatal Shooting Of Man Who Stole Cop Car, Pointed AR-15 Out WindowOfficers who shot and fatally wounded a man last fall who stole a Denver police cruiser and pointed an AR-15 rifle out the window have been cleared of any wrongdoing. Katie Johnston reports.
Camper Killed Near Vail By Falling Tree Was Beloved Teacher Meredith LatchawThe Grandview High School community is hurting as students, teachers and families found out that the woman killed by a falling tree was well-known teacher Meredith Latchaw.
A Group Of Runners From CU Boulder Are Walking 84.6 Miles In Honor Of George FloydThe group started at the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial at City Park and will make there way to Fort Carson in Colorado Springs. They are raising money for the Boulder county branch of the NAACP.
A Stormy Start To The WeekWatch Dave Aguilera's Storm Forecast
Golf Ball Size Hail Breaks Windshields Near LimonSunday thunderstorms produced damaging hail and wind over areas of Lincoln County. Storms reached their peak of severity 8:30pm and 9pm on Sunday night near Limon.
Firefighters From Colorado Are Headed To California To Help Fight The Apple FireFirefighters from Colorado are heading to California to help fight the apple fire that has burned over 20,000 acres and is only 5% contained.
El Paso County Coronavirus Update: Courthouse Staff Member Tests Positive, Variance Scaled BackOperations at the El Paso County Courthouse have been largely put on hold because a member of the court staff tested positive for COVID-19. The news came across on Monday along with the update that the county also has had to walk back parts of their coronavirus health variance.
Aguilar Becomes First Area In Colorado Where Kids Are Returning To ClassroomsThe town of Aguilar welcomed students back to the classroom on Monday. It's the first of the students in Colorado's public schools to return to in-person learning since the coronavirus outbreak in the spring.
The Search For A Missing Swimmer Continues At Chatfield Reservoir TodayCrews are back at Chatfield reservoir searching for a teenager who went missing Friday while swimming.
A Team Of Homeless Service Providers Are At Morey Middle School Today Offering Help To The Large Number Of People ThereToday a team of homeless service providers are at a large homeless camp next to Morey middle school offering services to those there.
Car Registrations Are Down For The First Half Of YearNew numbers show that new vehicle purchases are down 17.9% and used vehicle purchases are down 22.2%, this is believed to be caused by the economic hardship caused by the coronavirus.
DMV Is Reminding People To Check What Services Are Provided Online Before Making An In Person AppointmentDMV appointments are in high demand but many that come in could have taken care of what they needed all online.
A Lightning Strike Started The Pine Gulch Fire That Is Burning Near Grand JunctionA fire burning near Grand Junction was started by a lightning strike and is only 5% contained at this time.
Swim Area At Cherry Creek State Park Shut Down Again Due To Algae BloomAnother algae bloom at Cherry Creek state park has forced park officials to close the swim area at the bark for a second time in a month.
Dr. Dave Hnida Shares Opinion On Return Of Sports During CoronavirusHnida spoke about the health challenges that pro sports and college sports are facing right now.
Farm Pivots, Plants Produce This Year To Help During Coronavirus PandemicA family in Arvada is stepping up to help their community face the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic by changing the business model of their urban farm from flowers to food.
Aguilar Becomes First Area In Colorado Where Kids Are Returning To ClassroomsThe town of Aguilar welcomed students back to the classroom on Monday. It's the first of the students in Colorado's public schools to return to in-person learning since the coronavirus outbreak in the spring.
Family Struggling To Pay Medical Bills Following Fatal Arvada 2-Car CrashA deadly two-car crash in Arvada has left one family mourning and another asking for help.

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