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Connecting Colorado Families To ChildcareCountless Colorado families have struggled to find care for their children.
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Bustang To Estes Adds Stop In Rocky Mountain National ParkJust in time for Memorial Day, Bustang to Estes will resume on May 28. Organizers added another stop on the route in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Roaring Fork Near Glenwood Springs Sees First Season Large River RescueRescuers pulled six people out of the water in the Roaring Fork River late on Tuesday, as spring runoff proved its strength.
Elijah McClain's Mother Suing Former Lawyers, Claims Lawyers 'Sought Media Attention For... Self-Aggrandizement Campaign'Sheneen McClain, the mother of Elijah McClain, has filed a civil lawsuit against her original lawyers, claiming they demanded nearly $4 million in attorneys fees, "engaged in wrongful conduct," and placed their "desire for publicity and self-aggrandizement ahead of Ms. McClain's interests and instructions."
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