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Elijah McClain Death: Aurora Police Officer Jaron Jones Resigns After Photo ScandalOne of the Aurora police officers involved in taking pictures that reenacted the chokehold used on Elijah McClain has resigned from the department. Katie Johnston reports.
Summer Snow Can't Stop CPW's Trout Spawning OperationA little summer snow couldn't stop Colorado Parks and Wildlife from conducting its greenback cutthroat trout spawning operation.
Unemployment Numbers In Colorado Are Down In This Weeks ReportUnemployment filing in Colorado has dropped.
DUI Enforcement Starts Today For The 4th Of July WeekendMore state patrol and local law enforcement will be on the road for DUI enforcement during the 4th Of July weekend.
Fireworks Spark Brush Fire In Jefferson CountyFirefighters are warning people to be careful with fireworks.
Stormy 4th of July WeekendWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Crews Us Rope System To Rescue Motorcycle Rider Who Went Off RoadA motorcyclist in Colorado Springs is alive after going 30 feet off the road.  The Springs fire department say they had to use a rope rescue system to get the rider up and into an ambulance.
Denver Public Schools 2020 Graduates Can Apply For Free Semester At Denver Community CollegeEligible 2020 graduates of Denver Public Schools can attend the Community College of Denver for free this fall.
Driver Crashes Car Into Home In CentennialA car crashed into a home in Centennial on Wednesday afternoon -- missing a car parked inside the garage by a matter of inches.
Deadly Shooting: Man Killed In Denver Wednesday NightOne man is dead after a shooting north of downtown Denver. Copter4 flew over the scene at 29th Avenue and Downing Street Wednesday night.
George Floyd Death: Protesters File Another Lawsuit Against Denver PoliceThe class action lawsuit is seeking damages on behalf of all protesters over "alleged wrongful curfew arrests and unconstitutional assaults the Denver Police made on peaceful protesters and following the police murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis."
CSU Expels Incoming Student Over Racist Posts On Social MediaIn a statement, CSU officials said the language used was violent and threatening -- moving beyond protections of the First Amendment.
Elijah McClain Death: Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Talks About InvestigationsAurora Mayor Mike Coffman talked with CBS News to talk about the death of Elijah McClain and the investigations involving Aurora police officers.
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Heating Back Up With Thunderstorms ReturningWatch Meteorlogist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College Launches Racial Justice PodcastFor the students at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College (DMLK), progress is coming in the form of a podcast.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Talks About Inappropriate Police Pictures Now Under InvestigationPhotos apparently showing three Aurora police officers re-enacting the death of Elijah McClain are a focus of Mayor Mike Coffman.
Sanctioned Homeless Camps One Step Closer To Being Reality In DenverMayor Michael Hancock announced the city is moving forward with sanctioned camps for the homeless.
More Illegal Fireworks Seized In DenverDenver police arrested two men for illegally storing and possessing fireworks on Wednesday.
Denver Business Questions Xcel Bill During Coronavirus PandemicThe owners of a Denver bowling alley are hoping for a change in policy after their utility bill doubled while they were closed during Colorado’s stay-at-home order.
Little Man Employees Face Belligerent Behavior From Some CustomersA Denver business owner says employees have been spit on, coughed at, and yelled at for enforcing mask requirements.
Nuggets Head To Orlando With More Than Basketball On The Brain"The toughest part about this is that there is no playbook. There's no one I can call up who has gone through what we are about to go through. We are going to learn as we go," Denver Nuggets Michael Malone said.
Helping Healthcare Workers Through ArtTara Rynders is a nurse and an artist, and she’s using movement to help nurses process their grief and anxiety.
How Colorado Seniors Keep Connections During Coronavirus Through The YMCAThe YMCA may be a place to workout for some, but for others it's a place to make friends and stay social.

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