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Weld County Sheriff’s Arrest Man Responsible For Stealing And Modifying Stolen VehiclesThe Weld County Sheriff’s Office says Kevin Chavez, 29, is responsible for stealing and modifying hundreds of thousands of dollars in stolen vehicles. Katie Johnston reports.
Denver Center For Performing Arts Cancels More Shows, Cuts StaffingThe Denver Center For Performing Arts is canceling a total of five shows, 523 educational classes and school programs, 19 rental events and two fundraisers due to the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
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