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Bear-Human Encounters Being Tracked In ColoradoColorado Parks and Wildlife is taking a closer look at encounters between bears and humans.
Tesla Security Video Could Help Solve Hit & Run InvestigationThe victims of a hit and run crash say a Tesla was in the right place at the right time.
Colorado Wildlife Experts Succeed In Saving Rainbow TroutAquatic biologist and volunteers are teaming up to fight back against whirling disease in our Colorado rivers and streams.
Colorado Professor Educates Students On Complex Gray Wolf IssueAs Colorado voters prepare to make a decision on the future of gray wolves in the state, a University of Colorado Boulder professor is making sure her students know just how complex the issue is. 
Jefferson Parkway Project In Broomfield Might StopA debate in Broomfield could put the brakes on a huge, controversial project to relieve traffic congestion in Colorado.
Nonprofit To Present Ideas To Save Jeffco FairgroundsBudget cuts have put the future of the fairgrounds in jeopardy.
Air Pollution Violations Stacked Up Against Suncor EnergyState regulators are currently in negotiations with Suncor Energy over more than 100 unmet standards and violations at its Commerce City refinery.
Denver Preschool Program Opening Doors For FamiliesDenver’s booming economy is providing more help to families as their children start their educational journey.
Nearly $30,000 Worth Of Vintage Toys Stolen In LongmontA collector in Longmont says tens of thousands of dollars worth of his vintage toys and rare action figures stolen in Longmont.
Photo Studio Closes In Littleton, Wants To Reunite Items With FamiliesUnexpectedly, just after Christmas, it closed leaving behind portraits on the wall, computers and customer orders.
Mother Becomes Victim Of Road Rage In ArvadaA mother in Arvada is driving around with tape covering her rear window after she was caught in a road rage incident.
Denver City Council To Vote On Pit Bull Ban Repeal After Mayor's VetoDenver Mayor Michael Hancock vetoed the pit bull ban repeal after the city council approved it.
Woman From Puerto Rico Denied Service At Circle KThe customer was told her Puerto Rico ID wasn't from the U.S. and not valid.
Family Pleads For Answers In Thornton Hit & RunThornton police want to find a white GMC SUV. They say it was involved in a hit and run Saturday morning.
Band Honors Murdered Trumpet Player, Scott SessionsFor the first time since their lead trumpet player was murdered in northern Colorado, "The Movers and Shakers” took the stage in Parker.
Denver Travel & Adventure Show Offers Expert Packing AdviceThe prospect of packing before a trip can be overwhelming, but travel blogger Angel Castellanos suggests it doesn’t have to be.
Centennial Elementary Students Help Create Large MuralStudents at Centennial Elementary School are working with a local artist to create a large mural to hang in the school.
Families Taken 'Off The Beaten Path' During Heritage TravelThe prevalence of consumer DNA kits which help reveal your ancestors has changed the way that folks travel.
Civic Center Park Provides Stage For Downtown OpenFor the first time, a piece of the high country will be the center of downtown Denver.
Civic Center Park Turned Into Big Rail Jam Park This WeekendOlympic and X-Games athletes will hit the slopes in an urban park for the 'Downtown Open.'
Colorado Company Helps Build Presidential Campaign RalliesThey cater to political figures who are visiting Colorado head of Super Tuesday.
Search For Missing Bee Hives Continues After 'Misunderstanding'The Northglenn bee keeper lost most of his hives after they were taken.
40-Year-Old Murder Case Solved As Suspect Pleads GuiltyJames Clanton Pleads Guilty In 1980 Helene Pruszynski Murder
'The SpongeBob Musical' Fills Stage With Bright Colorful Story“The SpongeBob Musical” plays at the DCPA from March 10 – 22.

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