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Littleton's Macy's To Be Closed To Holiday Shoppers This YearThe Macy's at Southwest Plaza in Littleton will be converted to a fulfillment center this holiday season.
OSIRIS-REx Collected 'So Much' From Asteroid Bennu, Scientists ConfirmThe mission was a historic success -- and collected more than 60 grams of material from the surface of the asteroid Bennu.
Top Aurora Fire Chief Appears To Have Misused Time Off System For YearsAurora Fire Rescue’s second-in-command took what appear to be repeated vacations to Florida, New York and California without ever subtracting the time from his vacation "bank."
Colorado Could See Biggest Blue Wave In 83 YearsThis election could give Democrats more control in Colorado than they have had in decades.
East Troublesome Fire: Snow Helps Stop Growth, Slows Effort To Check On HomesOfficials urged evacuees to be patient, saying the snowstorm has really helped stop the spread of the East Troublesome Fire, but it is making things more difficult for crews trying to assess the damage to homes.
Colorado Nursing Facilities Don't Have Enough PPE, Website SaysColorado Public Interest Research Group is sounding the alarm about low levels of PPE at assisted living facilities.
Denver Moves To Safer At Home Level 3 'High Risk' As Coronavirus Cases Continue To RiseAs coronavirus cases continue to rise in Denver, there will be more restrictions impacting restaurants and retail spaces as well as large group gatherings.
COVID Survivors Shared How Their Lives Have Been Impacted During Governor Polis UpdateGovernor Polis invited survivors of COVID-19 to share their experience and how they are still recovering and do not know the long term effects the virus has taken on their bodies yet.
With Some Counties Moving To Safer At Home Level 3, Gyms Will Again Have To Close Their DoorsAs some counites move to Safer at Home level 3 , gyms must operate virtually or outdoors, in groups of no more than 10 people.
Warming Up For Halloween WeekendWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Pandemic Stress Leads To Cases Of ‘Broken Heart Syndrome’The coronavirus pandemic has been stressful for many people. For one Denver woman, that stress and anxiety ended up being too much for her heart.
Some Crews At CalWood Fire Moved To Other, More Active FiresThe CalWood Fire burning in Boulder County showed little to no activity thanks to several inches of snow. The fire has burned more than 10,100 acres and is 76% contained.
Snow Helps Crews Fight Cameron Peak Fire, Concerns Grow Over Warm, Dry ForecastThe Cameron Peak Fire hasn't grown since Monday night. The largest wildfire in Colorado history has burned 208,663 acres and remains 64% contained.
East Troublesome Fire: Snow Helps Stop Growth, Slows Effort To Check On HomesThe Grand County sheriff said Tuesday that approximately 100 structures have burned, and "we're finding more every direction that we turn around."
Denver Moves To Safer At Home Level 3 'High Risk' As Coronavirus Cases Continue To RiseAs coronavirus cases continue to rise in Denver, there will be more restrictions that impact restaurants and retail spaces. Last week, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock put tighter restrictions in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Group gatherings were limited to five people, instead of 10 and face coverings were required outdoors.
Colorado Attorney General Joins 22 Other States Opposing Homeland Security Rule Against International StudentsColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is among 22 attorneys general opposing a Department of Homeland Security rule against international students. Weiser's office said it would severely restrict the amount of time international students are allowed to stay in the country.
Thieves Steal Everything Inside Car Parked At Evergreen Area TrailheadNow investigators are searching for suspects who broke into the vehicle.
Kitten Found With Paws Frozen To Semi Trailer Rescued By Good SamaritanA tiny kitten, just 5 weeks old, was rescued after it was found with its paws and tail frozen to a parked semi-trailer at a tire shop in Commerce City.
Arvada Launches 'Heads Up' Campaign For Pedestrian SafetyThe city of Arvada wants to encourage residents and visitors to follow the rules of the road around crosswalks. They launched a pedestrian safety campaign called Heads Up.
TSA Reports 37 Positive COVID-19 Cases Among Screening Officers At Denver International AirportThe Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at Denver International Airport says it has 37 positive cases of coronavirus among TSA screening officers. Two more cases are among non-screening employees.
Preventing COVID-19: UCHealth Asking People Exposed To Virus To Try Regeneron Antibody TreatmentIf you live with someone who recently tested positive for COVID-19, UCHealth wants you to try an antibody treatment that could reduce your chance of being infected.
Slowly Thawing Out This WeekWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
East Troublesome Fire: Snow Helps Stop Spread, Slows Effort To Check On HomesOfficials say the snowstorm really helped stop the spread of the East Troublesome Fire, but it’s making things more difficult for crews trying to assess the damage to homes.
Denver Moves To Safer At Home Level 3 'High Risk' As Coronavirus Cases Continue To RiseAs coronavirus cases continue to rise in Denver, there will be more restrictions that impact restaurants and retail spaces. Last week, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock put tighter restrictions in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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