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'Very Confident In Upcoming Elections': Colorado's Secretary Of State Talks About Ballot TracingThe USPS was blocked from mailing a postcard which might have confused some voters in Colorado.
Gig Workers Continue To Experience Problems Getting Unemployment Benefits From Colorado Department Of LaborThe unemployment system has had troubles dealing with unique situations.
Mile High Red Cross Volunteers Still Helping People During CoronavirusThe way the volunteers are helping people has changed.
Home Explosion In Gypsum: Underground Gas Leak Confirmed, Neighborhood EvacuatedThe home is located in the area of Valley Road and Cottonwood Pass.
Veteran Helping Test Coronavirus Vaccine Gets Second DoseUCHealth is one of 89 research sites across the U.S. in phase 3 study trials of the Moderna vaccine.
Voters Will Decide On Family Leave Paid Time OffThe measure would pay for employees to take time off for childbirth, taking care of sick relatives.
How To Tell The Difference Between Coronavirus And Wildfire Smoke CoughingA pulmonologist at National Jewish said to pay attention to how long you are feeling sick or coughing.
RTD's N Line Set To Carry Passengers Next WeekThe N Line runs from from Thornton to Denver with stops in Northglenn, Commerce City.
Colorado Health Department Urges People To Avoid Exercising OutsideThe air quality is poor from wildfire smoke.
Air Quality Alerts ExpandWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Double Shooting In Commerce City Investigated As Possible Road RageA double shooting in Commerce City appears to be a possible case of road rage. It happened early Thursday morning when a person or people from one car fired shots at another car.
Paul Hernandez, aka The 'Powder Puff Bandit,' Now Suspected In 5 New Denver Area Bank RobberiesA man and a woman are wanted in connection with several different bank robberies in the Denver metro area over the past three weeks and authorities say the man, Paul Hernandez, is well known to law enforcement.
Home Explosion In Gypsum: Underground Gas Leak Confirmed, Neighborhood EvacuatedA home exploded in Gypsum Thursday afternoon. Town officials confirmed an underground gas leak in the area and the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office said residents in the Chatfield Corners neighborhood have been told to evacuate.
CHSAA Announces Details For Fall, Spring Football SeasonsThe Colorado High School Activities Association has announced details for the newly-approved fall high school football season, and for the spring football season coming in 2021.
There Is A New Outdoor Theater In Denver Called Lincoln LotsLincoln lots is located on Lincoln between 10th and 11th avenue. They offer viewing of sports, movies, and comedy shows on their large outdoor video monitor.
Reminder If You Are Heading To The Maroon Bells, You Will Need A Shuttle Or Parking Reservation To VisitIf you plan to visit Maroon Bells for fall colors you will need to make a reservation for the shuttle or parking lot.
Cheer Colorado Has Raised $20,000 For The Transgender & Gender-Expansive CommunityA non-profit made up of adult and volunteer cheerleaders has raised $20,000 in support of Colorado transgender and gender-expensive individuals.
Denver Police Need Help Searching For A Burglary SuspectDenver police need help identifying and locating a woman wanted for burglary.
Gov. Polis Extends Statewide Fire Ban Another 30 DaysGov. Jared Polis signed an Executive Order and extension memorializing his verbal disaster declaration on August 18, 2020, due to multiple fires statewide and authorizing the use of the Colorado National Guard to support firefighting operations throughout the state.
Native American Remains And Artifacts Returned To Colorado After 130 YearsOn Thursday, President Donald Trump announced the repatriation of Native American remains and artifacts taken from Colorado 130 years ago.
American Red Cross Of Colorado And Wyoming Explains How They're Helping Right NowSpokeswoman Andrea Carlson talked about what decisionmaking goes into sending volunteers to a disaster areas and how they help once they are there.
Denver International Airport's New VeriFLY App Provides Travelers With Socially Distanced OptionsDenver International Airport has come up with a new way to give peace of mind during the pandemic to people considering flying out of DIA soon but who are worried about how safe it is.
Native American Remains And Artifacts Returned To Colorado After 130 YearsOn Thursday, President Donald Trump announced the repatriation of Native American remains and artifacts taken from Colorado 130 years ago. Katie Johnston reports.
Denver Leaders Are Still Trying To Come Up With A Plan For The Cities HomelessLast night city leaders hosted a townhall to discuss how to help people without homes.

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