A restaurant in Denver is hoping to reopen later this week after a fire early Monday morning.

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More Showers And Thunderstorms This AfternoonWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Colorado Sheriff's Deputy Catches Tornado On VideoVideo captured by a sheriff's deputy in Bent County shows a tornado on Tuesday night.
Morrison Squirrel Tests Positive For Bubonic PlagueA squirrel in Jefferson County tested positive for bubonic plague. Jefferson County Public Health says the squirrel was found in Morrison.
Elephant Butte Fire Remains 40% Contained, Evergreen Residents Allowed HomeAuthorities allowed 1,000 or more people known to be evacuated because of the Elephant Butte Fire to return to their homes Tuesday evening.
Victims File Lawsuit After Cars Stolen From Westminster Westin Hotel ValetFour guests who stayed at a Westminster Westin hotel and had their cars stolen after they turned them over to valets, have now filed a lawsuit against the  hotel.
Vigil Honors Black Teenager Killed By Gun ViolenceDavarie Armstrong is one of five young people killed in four days in Denver.
Aspen Man Charged After Intentionally Coughing On WomanA man in Aspen faces a misdemeanor for violating a Pitkin County Health order.
Some Coloradans Call On Governor To Mandate MasksGov. Jared Polis says he’s concerned about COVID-19 numbers creeping back up, but isn’t willing to commit to a statewide mask mandate.
Emergency Meeting In Glendale Focuses Mask Mandate DebateGlendale called an emergency meeting for Tuesday to opt out of a recent mask order instituted by the Tri-County Health Department.
Nuggets' Jokic 'Surprised' By Positive Coronavirus TestNuggets center Nikola Jokic is in Orlando with the team.
During First Month Of Legal Sports Gambling, Colorado Sees $25 Million In BetsEven without many of our favorite sports, Coloradans still placed more than $25 million in bets during the first month of legal sports gambling.
King Soopers Not Giving Change Back In Coins Due To ShortageKroger, the company that owns King Soopers, said the Federal Reserve is experiencing a significant coin shortage during the coronavirus pandemic.
If Coronavirus Cases Continue To Rise, El Paso County Faces Shutdown In 2 WeeksA stark warning has been sent out in El Paso County: it could have to rollback variances in two weeks if it does not slow the rate of coronavirus infections.
Bills Proposed To Expand Rocky Mountain National ParkThe Rocky Mountain National Park might be expanded under two bills proposed by Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse.
Firm Aims To 'Tell The Story' Of Five Points In New RestaurantsA Black-owned investment firm is helping bring new restaurants to Welton Street, while preserving the culture of Denver’s historically Black neighborhood.
Aurora Public Schools Aiming To Be Proactive Ahead Of New School YearThe Aurora Public School District hopes to test teachers for coronavirus every couple of weeks.
Tummy Ache Turns Out To Be Cancer, ER Visit During Pandemic Was Critical DecisionA little boy from Denver had a bad tummy ache that would not go away. Despite warnings to avoid hospitals because of the pandemic, his concerned parents rushed him to an emergency room.
Racines Restaurant In Denver Won't Reopen For 'Long Farewell' After AllA longtime Denver restaurant will not re-open after all. Racines announced on Facebook it will stay closed permanently.
One More Cooler Day Before More HeatWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
New Law Lets Colorado Workers Earn Paid Sick LeaveAll workers in Colorado will have a legal right to paid sick time, under a law signed Tuesday by Gov. Jared Polis.
Lawmakers Want Answers On Why Some Coronavirus Tests Take So Long To Come Back With Results And Issues With AccuracyThe committee that overseas and investigates health care matters is looking into why some tests take so long to come back with results and the accuracy of rapid result tests.
'We Need A National Strategy': Gov. Polis And Mayor Hancock Call For Federal Guidance On CoronavirusDenver Mayor Michael Hancock and Colorado Gov. Jared Polis both said the exact same thing during separate news conferences in the past week, "We need a national strategy." Both leaders were discussing actions being taken to suppress the spread the coronavirus.
Aurora Police Department Checking Out Photo Of Officer Not Wearing Mask Inside ShopThe Aurora Police Department says it is looking into a social media post that shows an officer not wearing a mask at a coffee shop.
Glendale Holds Emergency Meeting To Discuss Opting Out Of Mask MandateGlendale called an emergency meeting for Tuesday to opt out of a recent mask order instituted by the Tri-County Health Department.

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