During a packed city council meeting on Monday night, councilors voted 4-1 to deny Halliburton’s request for a permit to build a helipad in Fort Lupton.

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Planet Fitness Reopens In Douglas County With 'Turbo Charged' CleanlinessExercise enthusiasts could go back to Planet Fitness Monday in Douglas County.
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Governor Polis Signed A New Order That Would Allow Outdoor Recreation To Resume With GuidelinesA new order would allow pools to open but they must maintain 50% capacity or a maximum of 50 people.
Jeffrey Beier Arrested In Russia, Faces Murder Charges In 2016 Disappearance Of GirlfriendJeffrey Beier, a 46-year-old man, is in custody in Russia and faces murder charges in the disappearance of his girlfriend Charlene Voight in Colorado.
Denver Health Paramedics Had To Were A Different Type Of Protective Gear While Out Helping During ProtestsParamedics out during Sunday's protest had to wear ballistic vests and gas masks to help insure their own safety while helping those injured during the evening.
It Was Another Day Of Clean Up For Business In The Capitol Hill NeighborhoodAfter Sunday nights protest again turned into vandalism many businesses were left cleaning up today.
Controversial Instagram Post Leads To Denver Police InvestigationDenver police announced Police Chief Paul Pazen ordered an Internal Affairs investigation into a social media post purportedly by a Denver police officer.
Driver Anthony Knapp Identified, Accused Of Plowing Car Into 3 Denver Police OfficersAuthorities have identified Anthony Knapp as the person they say plowed his car into three Denver police officers during this weekend's protests and then drove off quickly.
Breckenridge Joins In Solidarity March Down Main StreetHundreds of people marched down Main Street in Breckenridge on Monday.
Today's Peaceful Protest Is In The Hope That "We Get Back To The Message"The hope for today's protest at the state capital is to get back to the message and stop violent protesters from drowning out the message of peaceful protesters.
Police Officers Barricaded A Police Station Near The State Capitol To Protect The Building From VandalsPolice officers were seen barricading Denver police headquarters building.
During A Peaceful Protest Yesterday Protesters Laid On The Ground To Represent George Floyd Being Held DownProtesters laid on the ground for close to 9 minutes to represent the amount of time George Floyd was held down.
Medical Workers Were At Protests This Weekend Helping Injured PeopleLast night we saw one protester with what appeared to be a head injury being helped.
Civil Rights Activists 'Disgusted' That Call For Reform Is Drowned Out By RiotsBlack civil rights activists organizing the peaceful protests in Denver after the death of George Floyd say they're heartbroken and disgusted that events were "hijacked" by rioters. They say their call for reform in the justice system is being drowned out by the chaos and violence.
Businesses Struggling From Coronavirus Now Rebuilding From VandalismAs protests turn violent, businesses are left cleaning up vandalism and destruction left behind.
Colorado Health Officials Now Expect A Bigger Second Wave Of Coronavirus Than The FirstIn a graphic summarizing the modeling, Dr. Samet listed that “In most scenarios, we expect the next peak to be larger than the April peak.” Katie Johnston reports.
Volunteers Were In Civic Center Park Today To Clean Up After A Busy Weekend Of ProtestsVolunteers came out to help clean up around Civic Center Park.
With Unemployment At An All Time High Teens Are Among Those Struggling To Find JobsWith many teens looking for summer jobs options have become very limited due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The GrowHaus Distributes Equivalent Of 100,000 Meals In Denver During Coronavirus PandemicThe GrowHaus has distributed the equivalent of 100,000 meals in response to the families in need of food since March when the COVID-19 pandemic affected their neighborhoods.
Bolder Boulder 10K Announces Cancellation Of 2020 RaceRace officials have canceled the 2020 Bolder Boulder.
Business Owners Are Busy Cleaning Up And Surveying Damage After Another Night Of Protests Turn To VandalismMany business along Colfax are cleaning up today after Sunday nights protests again turned to vandalism.
Denver Mayor Extends Curfew, It Goes In Effect Again Monday NightDenver Mayor Michael Hancock has extended the city's curfew due to outbreaks of violence and vandalism during protests of the George Floyd death at the hands of police in Minnesota on recent nights.
Denver Police Arrest 6 For Weapons At Sunday's ProtestThough tense and high-volume, Sunday afternoon's protests in downtown Denver were mostly free of conflict.
It Will Pay To Park Once Again In Parts Of The City Of DenverIt will cost money to park in marked spaces in downtown Denver once again.

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