Of course, numbers these days compared to last year will be drastically different.

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Colorado Lawmaker Rep. Richard Holtorf, Who Used Racially Charged Term 'Buckwheat,' ReprimandedA Republican lawmaker in Colorado was reprimanded Thursday after calling a colleague "Buckwheat" during debate on legislation -- a racist term that provoked outcry from Democrats at a time when America is confronting its history of discrimination. Katie Johnston reports.
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Mayor Hancock Says 45% Of Denver Residents Are Fully VaccinatedDenver has reached 45% vaccination rate for residents but those who are net yet vaccinated are encouraged to get the vaccine as soon as possible.
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Narcotics Investigation Prompts Hazmat Response At Denver ApartmentDenver police and firefighters responded to an apartment at 8330 Quincy Avenue for a suspected drug operation.
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Former Aurora Police Officer Josiah Coe Accused Of Meth DistributionFormer Aurora Police Officer Josiah Coe is accused of of meth distribution after allegedly admitting to an Aurora police sergeant that he gave illicit narcotics to another person.
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