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CDOT Crews Travel To Assist Mudslide MaintenanceSafety closures along Interstate 70 west of Glenwood Canyon are putting a strain on travelers and the crews working to keep drivers safe. The Colorado Department of Transportation has been dealing with substantial activity along that stretch of highway for the past five weeks.
Joel Dreessen Selected To CSU Rams 30th Hall Of Fame ClassOn July 10th former Broncos and CSU Rams tight end Joel Dreessen got a phone call that brought him to tears.
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Arrest Warrants Issued For Aurora Police Officers John Haubert & Francine MartinezTwo Aurora police officers are facing charges after an investigation into force used while making an arrest during a trespassing call on Friday.
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Summit County Launches Quandary Peak Parking Reservation SystemParking at one of Colorado’s most popular 14ers could cost you up to $50 under its new pilot reservation program.
Camping Ban: Boulder Takes New Steps To Ban Tents & Propane On Public LandsThe City of Boulder has taken new steps to enforce its camping ban. It is no longer allowing tents or propane tanks on public grounds. Currently, law enforcement officers are giving out warnings, but removal will begin on Aug. 9.
'Go Big': Mayor Michael Hancock Tells Denver In State Of The City AddressGo big or go home is the governor's motto, and he called for a new arena, a new civilian policing team, and a modern-day civilian conservation corp. And that's just the beginning.
Colorado School Districts Start Shaping COVID Protocols For FallSome district officials say requiring the vaccine for staff, when it's approved by the FDA, and asking those who are not vaccinated to wear a mask, is part of a larger strategy that they say will keep everyone safe during the school year.
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Extreme Heat, Dry Summers Main Cause Of Tree Deaths In Colorado's Subalpine ForestsExtreme heat and dry summers are the main cause of tree deaths in Colorado's subalpine forests. That's according to research from the University of Colorado Boulder.
100 Organizations Support Ban On Sale Of Flavored Tobacco Products In DenverThere are 100 state and local organizations supporting the movement to end the sale of flavored tobacco products in Denver.
Monday July 26th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer discusses tonight's Rockies-Angels game with Ben Cary from CapWize.
Red River Hoglet At Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Has The Zoomies!Mom Zena and her hoglet are spending more time in their outdoor yard which means more space to run around.
16th Street Pedestrian Bridge Closed This Week For MaintenancePeople who use the 16th Street Pedestrian Bridge will have to find a new route this week. A pedestrian and bicycle bridge that links LoDo Denver to the lower Highlands neighborhood is closed for the week.
Michael Clark Files Lawsuit Against Idaho Springs Police Officer Nicholas HanningThe man who was tased by an Idaho Springs police officer filed a lawsuit in federal court on Monday. Officer Nicholas Hanning was fired and is facing assault charges for the May 30 incident involving Michael Clark.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Focuses On COVID Vaccine, Homelessness In State Of The CityDenver Mayor Michael Hancock delivered the State of the City address on Monday morning. He said the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic is underway and is providing new opportunities.

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