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Grand County Search And Rescue Gets $40,000 DonationWinter Park donated $40,000 to Grand County Search And Rescue.
Muslims In Colorado Celebrate RamadanRamadan is the holiest month for Muslims around the world.
Coloradans Convicted Of Multiple Felonies Could Seal Their Records Under Bill At State CapitolA bill at the state Capitol would allow individuals to seal multiple convictions for a wide range of offenses.
Jane DeDecker, Artist Behind Suffrage Movement Statue, Begins Work On Untold Story Of Women's Right To VoteJane DeDecker was asked by the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission to create a statue commemorating the early chapters in the story of women’s right to vote.
Scammers Manipulating Lawmakers, Social Media In Fraud Efforts According To Colorado Department Of Labor And EmploymentIn an effort to pressure CDLE officials to loosen fraud prevention measures, scammers are infiltrating Facebook groups agitating and complaining.
Spring Snow Forces Rockies To Postpone Friday's Game Against The MetsFriday night's Colorado Rockies game has been postponed due to the spring snow.
As The State COVID Dial Ends Denver Is Joining Other Counties To Operate At Level BlueCounties now choose what restrictions they want to put in place which does include still operating at reduced capacities to maintain social distancing.
A Company In Denver Is In The Business Of Improving Indoor Air Quality So People Can Breath EasyAs more places reopen to allow people indoors one local company is working to make sure the air quality inside is good.
President Biden Administration Will Spend $1.7 Billion On Scientific Research Of COVID VariantsThe money will help the CDC and states detect and track the new strains of COVID.
Governor Polis Visited Some Small Business To See How They Are DoingHe met with employees at small businesses in Greeley and Fort Collins.
We Continue To See The Number Of Patients With COVID-19 Rise In ColoradoThere are currently 500 people hospitalized with COVID-19 and 2,260 new cases.
COVID Survivor Thanks Hospital ICU Team for Life Saving Care 1 Year After ReleaseOne year ago on this day, 41-year-old Jason Jahanian “woke up” after being in a coma for almost two weeks and nearly dying from COVID.
Many Denver Metro Residents Were Left With Lots Of Tree Branches To Clean Up After Yesterdays SnowstormYesterdays wet heavy snow broke many tree branches across the Denver metro area.
Douglas County Businesses Enjoy Lack Of COVID Restrictions After Opting Out Of Tri-County Health GuidelinesColorado officially ended its COVID-19 Dial framework, handing over more control to local counties and jurisdictions. For months, the color-based system outlined restrictions and other guidelines.
Search For Missing Kayaker At Carter Lake Called Off After Four DaysSearch operations to find a 31-year-old Carter Lake kayaker who went missing since Sunday have been suspended.
Denver Police Search For 4 Suspects Wanted In Shooting, Carjacking In MousetrapPolice in Denver are searching for four suspects wanted in connection with a carjacking and an attempted carjacking in the Mousetrap.
More Snow Heading For ColoradoWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Dmarco Blake Has Been Sentenced To Life In Prison For First Degree MurderBlake was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 40 years.
Centura Health Has Opened Thousands Of Vaccine AppointmentsThey are offering drive up appointments or at a clinic.
Two Lawsuits Are Being Filed Against United Airlines After A Flight Experienced Engine FailureIn February a flight headed to Hawaii from Denver suffered an engine failure and had to make an emergency landing.
Reminder From CPW To Leave Baby Wildlife AloneIf you find young wildlife that may need assistance do not touch them, call your local wildlife office.
Agricultural Fire That Turned Into Wildfire Contained After Burning 900 AcresAn agricultural burn that turned into a massive wildfire has been contained. The County Road 8 Fire has been burning since last weekend in Western Colorado.
Colorado Avalanche Postpone Next 3 Games Due To COVID-19 OutbreakThe Colorado Avalanche postponed all games through next Thursday due to several COVID cases in the organization. April 21 is target date for the team's return to practice.
April Is Parkinson's Awareness MonthAccording to the Parkinson’s Foundation, more than 1 million people are currently living with the disease in the United States.

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