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Colorado Wildlife Officers Free Elk Caught In HammockColorado Parks & Wildlife rescued a bull elk that got tangled in someone’s hammock.
San Miguel Woman Explains Typo In Viral Boulder TweetIt’s the boulder seen ‘round the world. The “large boulder the size of a small boulder” that has the internet rolling in laughter.
Paul Ballard Chosen As RTD Interim General Manager & CEOThe Regional Transportation District announced Paul Ballard will take over as Interim General Manager of the agency Tuesday night.
CU Professor Helps Update Denver's Odor OrdinanceThere's still not a lot of research beyond what one professor has done when it comes to Colorado's many odors.
Jeffco Open Space Pleads Public To Mind Trail SignsRangers with Jefferson County Open Space say winter is making a mess of their trails as bikers and hikers are detouring of path to avoid mud and ice. 
Coalition For Homeless Pushing New Taxes To Alleviate ‘Crisis’Some Denver voters will soon be asked how they would feel about paying increased sales taxes, property taxes and other taxes to raise $50 million to $55 million a year to support Denver’s homeless population.
Another Quick Shot Of Light Moisture Before Warming TrendWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Fake Registration Letters Targeting Colorado Business OwnersColorado business owners may be getting a letter asking them to pay for what is essentially a free service.
Denver To Get Atari Game-Themed HotelAttention gamers: There will soon be a next-level hotel in the Mile High City.
Most Of Coors Corporate Office Not Moving With CompanyA letter to Mayor Michael Hancock's office appears to state most of the employees at Coors headquarters in Denver will be out of a job.
Lafayette Teen Develops ReDetect App, Wins Congressional ChallengeA 16-year-old student in Colorado has started an effort to make recycling easier for the community with a new app.
Lawmakers Hear Bill To Make IVF Material Misuse IllegalSheryl Emmons told lawmakers she went to Dr. Paul B. Jones for help conceiving both of her daughters.
Safder Iqbal Sentenced For Scamming Victims Of More Than $377,000A 28-year-old Indian national was sentenced Friday in Denver federal court to five years imprisonment for his role in running numerous India-based call centers that scammed victims from across the globe. 
Regis University Pays Ransom During Cyber AttackRegis University admits it paid a ransom to get its computer system back following a cyber attack.
Broncos' New Quarterbacks Coach Named As Mike ShulaMike Shula To Be Broncos' New Quarterbacks Coach
CBS4 Meteorologist Lauren Whitney Checks In From Steamboat SpringsCBS4 Meteorologist Lauren Whitney attends a conference with other meteorologists.
Commerce City's STEAD School Will Focus On AgricultureThe STEAD School will focus on agriculture in hopes of preparing students for that industry.
Entire 3rd Grade Class Celebrates Girl's Adoption DayThere wasn't a dry eye inside a Louisville courtroom on Tuesday after a 3rd grade girl found her forever family.
Tuesday Night Meeting To Cover Jefferson County Fairgrounds FutureA meeting about the future of the Jefferson County Fairgrounds is expected to draw a lot of comment on Tuesday night.
Krystal Lee Sentenced To 3 YearsThe woman whose testimony was a critical part of putting Patrick Frazee behind bars was sentenced to three years in prison followed by a year of mandatory parole.
DU Puts Spotlight On Gender-Based Violence With Silent ProtestUniversity of Denver students gathered for a silent protest to encourage others to speak out when it comes to sexual assault on campus.
Authorities Investigate Wrong-Way Crash On I-225A wrong-way crash involving at two vehicles shut down the southbound lanes of Interstate 225 at Iliff Avenue Tuesday afternoon.
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