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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Pickup Truck Driver Strikes, Kills Woman On Mississippi Avenue, Then Drives OffPolice in Denver are looking for the driver of a pickup truck who was involved in a hit-and-run crash on Monday night. An adult female was struck by the truck at South Shoshone Street and West Mississippi Avenue.
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Rafters On Colorado River Watched Grizzly Creek Fire As It Burned Along Interstate 70A whitewater rafting company in western Colorado started what it thought would be an ordinary day of operations on Monday, but the Grizzly Creek Fire submerged those plans. The guides launched their boats into the Colorado River about 15 minutes before the wildfire started in Glenwood Canyon.
Denver Police Need Public's Help To Find Suspects In Shooting Of 9, Including ChildrenPolice in Denver are asking for the public's help in finding the suspects involved in a shooting over the weekend that left 9 people injured, including 3 children. The shooting happened at Byers & Pecos Park during a gathering.

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