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Breckenridge To Close Main Street To Cars For Expanded PatiosThe closure will include two blocks of Main Street for the next two months.
Colorado Companies Embrace Work From Home ProcessDenver-based Dizzion is expanding their data centers as more people continue to work from home.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo To Reopen In Phases Starting MondayThe zoo asked for a variance that was filed by El Paso County.
ACLU Files Lawsuit Against Gov. Jared Polis Over Inmate Early ReleasesSome of those released have committed crimes within days of leaving prison.
Arapahoe County Deputies Shoot, Kill SuspectThe shooting happened at the Days Inn near Dry Creek and I-25.
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Aurora Police Search For Suspect In Landon Monceaux Shooting DeathThe 22-year-old was shot and killed in a hotel parking lot on May 18.
Future Leader Winner Using Technology To Solve The Problems He SeesThe Future Leader winner for May is Andrew Woen, a rising senior at Peak to Peak Charter School.
Lakeside Amusement Park Is Waiting For The State To Tell Them If And When They Can ReopenLakeside Amusement Park is still closed as they wait to find out if they will be allowed to open for the summer.
An Effort Is Under Way To Try And Save An Almost 100 Year Old Condo Complex From DemolitionThe owners of the building want to sell but some neighbors are not happy about the future plan for the building and land.
1970 Rape And Murder Of Betty Lee Jones Solved Using Genetic GenealogyInvestigators in Boulder County say the 1970 rape and murder of 23-year-old Betty Lee Jones has been solved using genetic genealogy.
Governor Polis Said National Guard Help Will Be Extended Through Mid AugustThe Colorado National Guard has been helping in multiple ways since the pandemic started and will continue to do so.
Leaders In Douglas County Are Working To Get A Variance To Be Able To Open Pools And Resume Other ActivitiesLeaders are working hard to reopen more activities in Douglas county.
Big Weather Story Shifting From Storms To HeatWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
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Last Drive-In Church Service Held In Douglas County For Calvary Castle Rock ChurchIn-person services are set to begin again.
Heated Seats, Developed At CU, Could Catch On In The NBAEngineering students designed, built heated seats designed to keep muscles warm while on the bench.
More Concerts Have Been Canceled Or Postponed Due To CoronavirusAs coronavirus break out continues more concerts have been cancelled.
The Health District Of Northern Larimer County Is Providing 300 Tests For Homeless In Fort CollinsCoronavirus tests are being provided to help test some of the homeless population in Fort Collins.
Denver Public Schools Outlines What School Could Look Like: Face Masks, 10-16 Students Per ClassDenver Public Schools has announced some of their plans for a safe return to school this fall.

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