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CBS4 Investigates: Some Coloradans Learn Their Fathers Are Not Who They ThoughtCBS4 Investigator Brian Maass brings us this story Monday at 10 p.m.
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Aurora Officer-Involved Shooting: 1 Suspect Hurt, Condition UnknownAurora police officers say they shot a man late Thursday night while investigating an assault.
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Morrison Nursing Home Probed By Jeffco Grand JuryA Jefferson county grand jury is investigating accusations of neglect at a Morrison nursing home, the Bear Creek Center, after a 77-year-old resident from the home was hospitalized for severe bedsores.

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