A Colorado man headed home from his job in Texas was shot and killed by national parks police. His family says he was unarmed and not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol. Now they want justice.

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Unexpected Wind Shift Blamed For Hot Air Balloon Crashes In Wyoming That Injured 12 PeopleTwelve people were hospitalized in Wyoming on Monday after several hot air balloons crashed to the ground, officials said.
Pine Gulch Fire Burning Near Grand Junction Grows To 3,600+ AcresThe Pine Gulch fire burning near Grand Junction blew up overnight. The wildfire exploded to more than 3,600 acres since Monday.
Brighton Man Under Arrest After Chemicals Found In HomeThe bomb squad had to be called in during the police operation.
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Search Continues For Young Man Who Likely Drowned In Chatfield ReservoirThe teenager, who friends and family have identified as Aric Whitacre, never resurfaced on Friday when he and another swimmer had trouble near the Catfish Flats area.
Rep. Jason Crow, John Hickenlooper Hold News Conference To Discuss Congress And COVID-19 ReliefThe virtual meeting was held on Tuesday.
Colorado Education Association Post Pictures Online Of Teachers Signing Their WillsThe Pikes Peak Education Association is protesting the return to in-person learning by signing their last will and testament in front of the El Paso County Board of Health.
President Donald Trump Signs Great American Outdoors ActThe act will start to fix deferred maintenance backlogs.
CDOT Gets Personal To Spread Seat Belt MessageThe new campaign urges people to buckle up to save lives.
Virtual Career Fair For Veterans Is Aug. 13.The free virtual event is for all members of the military community.
Tuesday Is Leftover Day For Big Game Hunting LicensesThe leftover hunting licenses are available on Colorado Parks and Wildlife's website.
Could Coronavirus Clues Be Found In Sewage?Colorado researchers are trying to find out is COVID-19 clues are in waste.
Fox Kept As Pet Seized By Authorities, EuthanizedThe woman said she rescued the fox because it was in trouble.
Protesters Demand Justice For De'Von BaileyThe protesters marched through a Colorado Springs neighborhood on Monday.
Bear Relocated Into Wild In Southern ColoradoThe bear was trying to break into cars and houses in Cascade.
Mysterious Object Seen Over Denver SkiesThe FAA said the UFO is most likely a weather balloon.
Pueblo Building Neon Chile Pepper StatueThe statue will help the city celebrate green chiles.
Could Coronavirus Clues Be Found In Sewage? Colorado Researchers Are Trying To Find OutA federally funded project to study sewage for clues about COVID-19 is underway in Colorado. The research is taking place at wastewater treatment facilities on the Front Range and being led by state health officials. Katie Johnston reports.
Barack Obama Officially Endorses John Hickenlooper For SenateFormer President Barack Obama on Monday included John Hickenlooper among the Democratic candidates he says he's endorsing in this fall's elections.
More Than 100 Firefighters Battle Pine Gulch Fire On Colorado's Western SlopeThe fire on Tuesday was judged to be more than 3400 acres in size.
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Vanessa Wilson Will Lead The Aurora Police DepartmentAfter an extensive search, the city decided the interim chief will become the new chief.
Furloughs To Hit MSU Faculty & StaffStaff at Metropolitan State University may be furloughed to help manage at $14 million budget shortfall.

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