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Denver To Replace 8th Avenue Bridge Over South Platte RiverDenver is replacing a bridge that's 92 years old. It spans the South Platte River.
Karrar Noaman Al Khammasi Sentenced To 45 Years In Prison For Shooting Of Colorado Springs Police Officer Cem DuzelThe man convicted of shooting a Colorado Springs police officer in the head in 2018 has been sentenced to 45 years in prison.
Denver DA: Officers Justified In Shooting Death Of Cedric Vick After Carjacking, Chase And CrashNo charges will be filed against the officers who shot and killed a man in Denver in May. Investigators say the man, later identified as Cedric Vick, had fired shots at a woman with a toddler, stolen her car, and led police on a chase through Denver and Lakewood.
Thursday September 16th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer and Ben Cary from give you their best bets for tonight's game between the Football Team and the Giants.
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Don't Miss The 23rd Annual Women United LuncheonHelp support women and girls by joining the Mile High United Way's 23rd annual Women United Luncheon.
Don't Miss The 2021 Walk for WishesLace-up your shoes and help provide wishes to Colorado children battling critical illnesses.
Don't Miss The 2021 Carousel BallEnjoy an evening to benefit the Children’s Diabetes Foundation and the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes.
Don't Miss Energy DayThis event is Colorado’s first free family festival showcasing exhibits focused on STEM.
Hot, Then Somewhat Cooler, Then Hot AgainWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
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Bustang Resuming Route Between Colorado Springs & Tech CenterBustang service between Colorado Springs and the tech center is restarting for the first time since the pandemic started.
Naming Board Approves Changing Name Of Squaw Mountain In Colorado’s Foothills To Mestaa’ėhehe MountainThe Colorado Geographic Naming Advisory Board voted unanimously on Thursday to get rid of the offensive name of a mountain in Clear Creek County and instead honor a Cheyenne woman named Mestaa’ėhehe.
Redistricting Committee Has Released Second Draft Of Congressional Redistricting MapThe final map needs to be submitted to state supreme court by September 28th.
Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel Unveils $80 Million RenovationDenver's largest hotel has 80 million reasons to smile. The Sheraton Denver Downtown hotel has been transformed thanks to an $80 million renovation.
Colorado Band The Lumineers Plays First Concert In 552 (!!) DaysThe Colorado-based band The Lumineers played a live show for the first time in 552 days this week. Katie Johnston reports.
Rare Leucistic Squirrel Spotted In Staunton State ParkAn Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer at Staunton State Park discovered a rare sight. Katie Johnston reports.
Trevor George Faces Jury Trial After Pleading Not Guilty To Windsor MurderThe man who allegedly shot a babysitter and strangled a child near a pumpkin patch in 2020 pleaded not guilty to multiple charges on Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
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More Hot And Dry Weather Brings Higher Fire DangerWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
Polio Survivor In Colorado Reflects On Life-Long Disease & COVID Vaccines NowAt 72 years old, Jim Carr is a survivor. Sickened by polio at the age of three he survived months in an iron lung.
Investigation: Most Sexual Assault Allegations Against Tay Anderson 'Unsubstantiated'A report on Denver Public Schools' investigation into allegations against Denver School Board Director Tay Anderson were revealed at around 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 15.
AG Report Finds Pattern Of Racially Biased Policing In AuroraBody camera video from case after case illustrates what investigators with the Colorado State Attorney General’s office calls a pattern of racially biased policing and use of excessive force in Aurora.
Cops, Sheriff's Deputies In Denver Lagging on Vaccinations; 'There Is A Lot Of Pushback" Says Deputy Safety DirectorWith the city deadline for getting a COVID-19 vaccination closing in, newly obtained figures show the percentage of Denver Sheriff's deputies and Denver police officers who have presented proof of vaccination to the city is well below the number for other city employees.

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