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Shelby Harris Talks Buffalo Wings Before Taking on the BillsDefensive Lineman, Shelby Harris, joins us for A Few Extra Minutes.
Hate Crime Victim Advocates To Work With Law Enforcement On Recognizing Hate CrimesThe "Colorado Coalition Against Hate" will focus on training law enforcement to better recognize and prosecute hate crimes.
Colorado Lawmakers Unveil Initial Canadian Drug Importation PlanColorado could become one of the first states to import cheaper prescription drugs from Canada.
Sysco Truck Drivers On Strike In DenverSome truck drivers at Sysco are on strike for unfair work issues.
Jeffco Residents At Odds Over Helicopter Landings On Private PropertyJonathan Sawyer owns acres of land in unincorporated Jefferson County.
Patrick Frazee Sentenced To Life Plus 156 Years For Kelsey Berreth's DeathThe jury has convicted Patrick Frazee of first-degree murder in the killing of Kelsey Berreth. Jurors began deliberating the case on Monday morning.
News Conference: Prosecutors Discuss Guilty Verdict In Patrick Frazee Murder TrialIt is believed Berreth was murdered in her Woodland Park home in Colorado on Thanksgiving Day 2018. Her body has not been found.
Steamboat School District Receives Legal Letter Over Controversial Poem AssignmentSkylar Cason is typical a 16-year old attending classes at Steamboat Springs High School.
Murals Celebrated Across Denver SchoolsMayor Michael Hancock helped reveal one of 15 murals commissioned across Denver schools on Monday.
'Elves R Us' Raising Money For Local Charities With Personalized ElvesA group of young boys in Aurora have started their own business this holiday season, with the goal of giving back to those in need.
Another Snow Storm Arrives SoonWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Federal Lawsuit Filed In Colorado Against ComcastAltitude is taking Comcast to court over the ongoing coverage blackout. Avalanche, Nuggets, Mammoth, and Rapids fans on Comcast have been in the dark since August 31st. 
Friends Of Yves Gakuba Raise Money After His MurderAt the Pioneer Bar near the University of Denver campus, a familiar face is missing.
Alec McKinney, STEM School Shooting Suspect, Wanted Students To 'Live With This Fear'A preliminary hearing began Monday for STEM School Highlands Ranch suspect Alec McKinney.
Patrick Frazee Found Guilty Of 1st Degree Murder In Kelsey Berreth's DeathThe jury has convicted Patrick Frazee of first-degree murder in the killing of Kelsey Berreth. Jurors began deliberating the case on Monday morning.
Another School In Colorado's Western Slope Closes Due To Norovirus-Like SicknessA middle school on Colorado's Western Slope shut down early on Monday after numerous students got sick. Katie Johnston reports.
Former Westminster Cop Pleads Guilty In Federal Rape CaseA former Westminster police officer accused of raping a woman in Broomfield while he was on duty, and she was in custody, has pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of violating her civil rights. Katie Johnston reports.
Cannabis Wedding Favors: 'Budtenders' Are Becoming A Trend At Wedding ReceptionsAs cannabis becomes legal in more states, a new type of wedding is budding. "Budtenders" are becoming popular at wedding receptions.
Winter Weather Returns WednesdayWatch Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Wave Clouds Create Spectacular SunsetA westerly flow in the upper atmosphere above the Front Range prompted many amazing photos of standing lenticular waves (clouds) over the weekend, and particularly during sunset on Sunday. Katie Johnston reports.
Hearing Begins For STEM School Highlands Ranch Shooting Suspect Alec McKinneyMcKinney's status as a juvenile is at the center of the hearings in Douglas County.
Jury Deliberates Patrick Frazee Fate In Murder TrialFrazee is accused of murdering his daughter's mother Kelsey Berreth last Thanksgiving.
60 Minutes Looks At Red Flag Laws & ColoradoNearly half of Colorado's counties have declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries.
Embezzlement Investigation: Officials In Cortez Hindered By Search For Lost RecordsCortez's City Council approved a contract Tuesday night to hire an IT specialist to recover data lost when the city switched software systems in 2016.

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