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Papa Dia Speaks About Deadly House FireA family spokesman joined Denver police in a news conference on Friday afternoon, along with the Senegalese consul general who flew in from New York.
Denver Police Investigations Division Chief Joe Montoya Speaks About Wednesday's Fatal FireA $14,000 reward is being offered to anyone who provides a tip that leads to an arrest in Wednesday's tragic house fire.
Justin Simmons Considered Opting Out, But Decided Broncos Were Taking Appropriate Safety MeasuresThe Denver Broncos safety spoke to reporters this week.
Loveland Ski Area Announced A 130 Day Guaranteed Ski PassThe ski area will offer a pro rated credit towards the 2022 season for any days lost on the mountain due to covid closures.
Park Meadows Mall Will Have Drive-in MoviesThose wanting to go to a drive-in movie now have a new location they can go to at Park Meadows mall.
E-470 Will Be Closed At Smith Road This SundayE-470 will be shut down for construction this Sunday at Smith road.
Commerce City Released Surveillance Footage Of Car Brake InsCommerce City is asking for any security footage residents may have of a suspect breaking into cars.
Acoustic On The Rocks Will Make A Return Due To Popular DemandAcoustic on the rocks with the Colorado symphony will return for more concerts due to popular demand.
Things To Do In Denver And Colorado This Weekend: Art With The Animals & Art Festival In The High CountryIf you’re looking for something fun to do with your family this weekend, there are plenty of events happening around the Denver metro area.
CPW Rescues Raptor Injured In Wednesday's Hail StormA raptor is on its way to a wildlife center in Pueblo after suffering a head injury in Wednesday's hail storm. Colorado Parks and Wildlife said the Mississippi Kite raptor lives and hunts in colonies.
Colorado Artist Eddie Running Wolf Dies From Coronavirus ComplicationsColorado artist Eddie Running Wolf has died from complications related to coronavirus. He was known for creating beautiful sculptures of Native Americans out of dead trees.
Coronavirus Study Shows Extreme Disparities For Latinos In ColoradoWhile it’s known that minority communities are being adversely impacted by COVID-19, new research is providing insight on how it’s affecting Latinos in Colorado.
Group Of Children May Have Touched Rabid Bat In WestminsterThe Colorado Department of Health and Environment says a bat that was found dead in Westminster tested positive for rabies.
Latino Decisions Group: Economic Impacts Of Coronavirus On Latino Population 'Extreme'Nearly one in four Latinos in Colorado have become ill or knows someone who has become sick due to coronavirus.
Suspect Sketch Released After Sexually Assault In Walker Ranch Open SpaceOfficials in Boulder County have released a sketch of the man who they say assaulted a woman in the foothills west of Boulder last week.
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Group Blocks Denver Municipal Building To Protest EvictionsThe protesters sat in front of the doors to the Webb building in an attempt to stop the eviction process
Police Along Front Range Decrease Interactions With The Public Due To Coronavirus, Police Accountability LawThere is a significant decline in officer-initiated interactions with the public along the I-25 corridor compared to last year.
'Incredible Person': Djibril Diol, Family Remembered During Memorial After Deadly FireDiol, his wife, child, sister and niece were killed in a deadly house fire in Green Valley Ranch.
Cherry Creek Schools Moves To In-Person, Hybrid LearningPreK-5th Grade will have in-person class, the other grades will move into a hybrid model.
Cherry Creek Schools Will Begin In-Person Learning This FallThe schools will begin in-person learning on Aug. 17 with coronavirus protocols in place.
Where You Live Could Determine How Sick You Get From CoronavirusNew research shows a link between pollution and higher rates of COVID-19 hospitalizations.
Denver Appoints BLM Activist To Citizen Oversight BoardDr. Apryl Alexander will be a voice for her community on matters of policing.

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