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Ed McCaffrey Era At University Of Northern Colorado DelayedThe University of Northern Colorado announced Thursday it will not participate in the Big Sky Conference and FCS spring championship season.
The State Is Taking First Steps To Transition Convention Center Away From Alternative Care SiteTourism leaders are hoping 2021 will bring some conventions back to the city of Denver.
Powerball Jackpot Starts Over After Winning Ticket Sold & Mega Millions Jackpot Nears One Billion DollarsThe winning Powerball ticket was sold in Maryland, two $150,000 tickets were sold in Colorado.
After A Dry Fall This Winter Has Not Provided Much Relief To The State's DroughtAs we near the end of January, 91% of the state has at least serve drought conditions.
Much Needed Snow Heading For ColoradoWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Women Living In Sanctuary Hope Pres. Biden Is Their Key To FreedomMaking immigration a priority on day one of his administration, the inauguration of President Joseph Biden has given a morale boost to some women who have taken sanctuary in Colorado.
Multiple Children Were Injured After A Suspect Crashed In To Bus Full Of KidsMultiple children were rushed to the hospital, Wednesday, after a hit-and-run crash caused their school bus to topple over. Middle and high school students from HOPE Online Learning Academy were on their bus ride home when the collision took place.
1 Injured As Reported Explosion At Home In Firestone InvestigatedA reported explosion at a home in Firestone was investigated on Thursday afternoon. Police officers and firefighters rushed to the scene in a neighborhood.
Denver Has Selected A Construction Company For Planned Improvements On The 16th Street MallThe city of Denver is hoping to start construction at the end of 2021.
16th Street Mall Visitors Trending Closer To Average Despite PandemicVisitors to the 16th Street Mall are down overall but trending closer to average despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Suspect Tony Minor Arrested After Fatal Shooting In AultA 36-year-old man is under arrest after the shooting death of a male in Ault on Wednesday. Suspect Tony Minor was set to appear in Weld County Court on Thursday afternoon.
Cameron Peak Fire: FEMA Disaster Declaration Will Help With Rehabilitation Efforts In Wake Of Colorado's Largest WildfireLarimer County has been partially approved for a Federal Emergency Management Agency [FEMA] Major Disaster Declaration with the Cameron Peak Fire.
Colorado Department Of Labor And Employment Holds 2 Unemployment Virtual Town Halls FridayThe Colorado Department of Labor and Employment on Friday will hold two unemployment virtual town halls "to provide updates and information on Colorado's unemployment insurance program".
Wave Clouds Dominate TodayWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Douglas County Taking Steps To Fight Gift Card Fraud In Grocery StoresDouglas County law officers and Safeway stores have unveiled a new way to fight gift card fraud. Signs are now going up at the racks where gift cards are sold.
Two $150,000 Winning Lottery Tickets Were Sold In ColoradoWhile the winning $731.1 million Powerball ticket went to someone in Maryland, some Colorado residents are also a bit richer.
A Colorado Woman Has Been Sentenced To 12 Year In Prison For A Hitting & Killing Another WomanA Colorado woman who was high on meth when she hit and killed another woman was sentenced to 12 years in prison.
Colorado Statewide Drought Has Denver Water Officials WorriedThe weekly drought monitor released Thursday morning offered no good news for Colorado. About 91% of the state has at least severe drought and 28% of Colorado has exceptional drought which is the worse drought category.
Officials Aren't Planning For Reservation System At Rocky Mountain National Park This SummerAs of right now, Rocky Mountain National Park does not plan to have a reservation system this summer.
DMV Delays: Drivers Can Get Letter To Explain Expired Plates, No RegistrationThe Department of Motor Vehicles is acknowledging significant delays with vehicle titling and registration during the coronavirus pandemic.
DMV Delays: Drivers Can Get Letter To Explain Expired Plates, No RegistrationThe Department of Motor Vehicles is acknowledging significant delays with vehicle titling and registration during the coronavirus pandemic. Now drivers can request a letter, to show to law enforcement, that explains why they don't have current plates. Katie Johnston reports.
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Boulder Police Arrest Ian Morrison In Child Sexual Assault Case, Believe There Are More VictimsPolice in Boulder have arrested a man accused of sexual assault on a child. Investigators believe there could be additional victims.
Mostly Sunny And CoolerWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.

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