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Daniel Stonebarger En Route To Prison For Fraudulently Obtaining Nearly $900,000 In COVID Relief FundsA 50-year-old Highlands Ranch man, Daniel Stonebarger, was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison Thursday after he received nearly $900,000 in federal and state pandemic relief funds intended for struggling businesses.
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Denver Zoo Raises $50K To Help Zoos In UkraineThe Denver Zoo is helping out animals and zoos in Ukraine.
Green Is The New Purple: Rockies Sporting Mountain Range With Nike MLB City Connect Series UniformThe Colorado Rockies are shedding their purple uniform for one with a little more green.
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History Colorado Opens Museums To Children & Teens For FreeStarting Saturday, May 28th, all History Colorado museums will be free for children and youth age 18 and younger.
Future Leaders Winner Excels In Math & Science, Inspires Others On The Autism SpectrumThomas Ankner excels in the classroom and the football field, in addition to having an autism diagnosis.
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ACLU Files Lawsuit Against Boulder Over Ordinances Targeting Unhoused PeopleThe ACLU accused Boulder of effectively making it a crime for unhoused people to be outdoors when they have no other place to go.
Report Says Lack Of Staffing Apparently Main Cause Of 144 Horse Deaths At BLM Facility In Cañon CityA Bureau of Land Management review of the functions at the wild horse facility in Cañon City concludes too little staffing led to issues of care with the wild horse population at the facility.
Many Questioning Police Response At Robb Elementary School ShootingLaw enforcement response at a school shooting in Uvalde, Texas is under scrutiny.
Vigil For Uvalde In Colorado Comes As Vigilance IncreasesWhile Robb Elementary School is more than 900 miles away from Denver, that community's pain is being felt in this community.
Denver Center's 'Quixote Nuevo' Promises To Immerse Audiences In Tejano Culture“Quixote Nuevo” promises to immerse audiences in the Tejano culture while delving into a storyline of individual purpose between life and death.
ACLU Files Lawsuit Against Boulder Over Ordinances Targeting Unhoused PeopleThe ACLU accused Boulder of effectively making it a crime for unhoused people to be outdoors when they have no other place to go.
Despite Driving Much Of Aurora Youth Violence, Latino Community Largely Absent In ConversationsAurora Police Department data obtained by CBS4 shows that more Latino youth are involved in violence in the city than Black youth.
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Colorado Attorney General Pushes New Law To Fight Fraud As State Doles Out Billions In Federal Aid DollarsThe State of Colorado has received about $12 billion in COVID relief and $6 billion in infrastructure funding. Much of the money will be dispersed in the form of grants for everything from transportation projects to affordable housing, making it a magnet for unscrupulous businesses and nonprofits. As they concoct schemes to cheat taxpayers, Attorney General Phil Weiser is one step ahead.

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