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United States Issues 1st Passport With 'X' Gender Marker For Dana Zzyym Of ColoradoThe United States has issued its first passport with an "X" gender designation.
Firefighter Larry Wyant Dies While Battling Eastern Colorado Grass FireA volunteer firefighter on Colorado's Eastern Plains died on Tuesday while battling a grass fire. Katie Johnston reports.
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City Council To Hear Proposal For Lowering Denver Neighborhood Street SpeedsDiscussion about Denver's street safety is shifting its focus on reducing speed.
Parents, Students Line Up At Douglas County School Board Meeting Following Mask Mandate RulingJust hours after a judge temporarily reinstated a mask mandate for Douglas County schools, parents and students showed up in force.
Pfizer Vaccine For Ages 5-11 In Colorado On November 1, CDC EstimatesA U.S. Food and Drug Administration panel voted 17-0 Tuesday to recommend emergency use authorization of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11.
Snow & Wind Create Dangerous Driving Conditions In Colorado's High CountryWhile the snow wasn't sticking very much to the roadways, it was melting and then freezing - creating black ice.
Michael Driscoll Files Lawsuit Against Denver Police Department, City After Rubber Bullet Cracks Skull During ProtestsA Colorado man has filed a lawsuit against Denver police officers for injuries he received while protesting police brutality in the summer of 2020. Michael Driscoll had joined the protests that happened in the wake of George Floyd's murder.
Data Breach Hits University Of Colorado Boulder CampusAnother data breach compromised some personal information of staff, students and alum at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Deer Rescued After Getting Caught In FenceA deer that got caught in a fence in Colorado Springs was rescued.
Brighton Police: Suspect In Stolen Vehicle Arrested After 2 Bystanders KilledBrighton police say a suspect in a stolen vehicle hit and killed two people during a chase on Tuesday.
Wind & Rain Sweep Over Denver Metro AreaWind dropped temperatures dramatically across the Denver metro area on Tuesday.
Denver's Outdoor Dining Program Could Become PermanentDenver's Mayor Michael Hancock announced the city's outdoor dining program will be extending for another year.
Adams County Commissioners Unanimously Vote To Leave Tri-County HealthAdams County commissioners voted unanimously on Tuesday to leave the Tri-County Health Department.
Larimer County Grapple With Hospitalization Spike As Vaccine Interest StallsHealth experts in Larimer County say hospitals in their region are close to turning away some patients due to soaring levels of COVID-19 cases.
Denver Receives New USPS High-Speed Package Sorting Machine Before Busy Holiday Shipping SeasonThe machine allows packages to be sorted 12 times faster than before.
2 Colorado Springs Schools Closed Tuesday Due To Threat Of Protests Over Face MasksTwo schools in Colorado Springs were empty on Tuesday due to the threat of protests.
Fundraising Calendar Claims To Benefit Lifeline Puppy RescueThe so-called charity calendars are scammers using images from previous calendars and claim to visit a Brighton-based animal rescue.
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Denver's Outdoor Dining Program Could Become PermanentDenver's Mayor Michael Hancock announced the city's intention to make the city's outdoor dining program more permanent.
Federal Judge Sides With Douglas County Schools On Face Mask Requirements LawsuitA federal judge granted a request by the Douglas County School District for a temporary restraining order to block new relaxed mask rules imposed by the county's Board of Health.
Gov. Jared Polis Praises FDA Panel Recommendation Of Pfizer COVID Vaccine For ChildrenColorado Gov. Jared Polis applauded a U.S. FDA advisory panel for recommendation of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to be given to children ages 5-11.

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