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Bear Wanders Up To Home In MorrisonColoradans reminded to not feed bears or any wildlife.
'Powder Puff Bandit' Robs Another Bank In DenverCareer bank robber Paul Hernandez served time in jail for bank robbery and picked up right where he left off.
Overnight I-70 Closure Planned In Glenwood Canyon This WeekInterstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon will completely close overnight on Wednesday.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Urges U.S. Senate Not To Confirm New Supreme Court Justice Until After Presidential InaugurationThe mayor noted that the Senate Majority, including Sen. Cory Gardner, firmly held the same position in 2016, when they refused to hold a hearing on President Barack Obama’s nominee.
New Colorado HIgh School Trying To Maintain Normalcy With Fall FootballRiverdale Ridge High School are getting ready for an official football practice in a few days.
Colorado Backcountry Skiing Company Expects Busy Season Due To COVID-19It was pre-pandemic when the founders of Colorado’s newest ski area launched their concept for a human-powered ski area.
Embracing Key Player InjuriesTight End Noah Fant explains how the team is hungry for a win despite multiple key injuries, and his excitement to play in front of fans for the first time this season at Empower Field.
CU Boulder Students Prepare To Learn Remotely With Goal Of Lowering COVID-19 CasesThe University of Colorado Boulder is switching to remote learning for all students starting Wednesday.
Moose Rescued After Wandering Onto Fort Carson Army PostThe moose was relocated into an area more suitable for moose.
More Heat To Kick Off Fall SeasonWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
All Aboard: RTD's N Line Starts Rolling From Denver To ThorntonThe N line connects Denver's Union Station, Commerce City, Northglenn, and Thornton.
Douglas County School District Continues Search For SuperintendentThomas Tucker announced his resignation earlier this month.
More Firefighters Respond To Cameron Peak FireThe fire is just 15% contained and has burned more than 100,000 acres.
Colorado Fitness Clubs Join Forces To Keep Members Safe And Gyms OpenThe new Colorado Fitness Coalition (CFC) is working to keep members safe and businesses open.
Pres. Trump Considers Colorado Judge For Supreme CourtRuth Bader Ginsburg died last week at the age of 87.
Demonstrators Gathered Outside Sen. Cory Gardner's OfficeThey want him to not vote for any Supreme Court nominee until after the November election.
Attempted Kidnapping Charges Against Aurora Protesters QuestionedAuthorities claim wire, rope, and barricades prevented officers from going on calls.
Denver Opens Dedicated COVID-19 Testing Lane At Pepsi Center For College StudentsStarting on Sept. 22, students studying in Denver can be tested.
CSU Researchers Get $3.5 Million For COVID-19 Vaccine ResearchThe money will be funded to CSU's bio pharmaceutical manufacturing resource center.
Maintenance To Close Off Leash Dog Area At Cherry Creek State ParkStarting Oct. 5, crews will add concrete between the parking lot and two new pedestrian access points.
Denver Broncos QB Drew Lock Out For Several Weeks Due To Shoulder InjuryCourtland Sutton becomes the latest in a long list of injuries for Denver which includes Von Miller, Drew Lock, Phillip Lindsay, and A.J. Bouye.
2 People Rescued From Burning Apartment In ArvadaThe fire broke out in one unit on Monday morning.
Staying Warmer Than Normal All WeekWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
CU Boulder Switching To Remote Learning For At Least 2 WeeksOver the weekend, more than a dozen students were cited for "serious public health violations."

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