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Family Struggling To Pay Medical Bills Following Fatal Arvada 2-Car CrashA deadly two-car crash in Arvada has left one family mourning and another asking for help.
Aurora Will Choose 1 Of 4 Finalists For New Police ChiefThe meeting will be held on Monday night.
Steep Dropoffs, Silt & Plants Make Chatfield Recovery Effort DifficultThe search for a missing person at the swim beach at Chatfield State Park continued on Sunday.
Students Organize Police Accountability Rally In Greenwood VillageStudents from the Cherry Creek School District lead a police accountability rally outside of Greenwood Village city offices on Saturday.
Woman Hospitalized After Truck Slams Into HomeSome Denver neighbors were left with mounds of debris after a truck slammed into their home.
Residents Upset Over Lack Of Action On Morey Middle School Homeless CampResidents in a downtown Denver neighborhood are taking matters into their own hands, after the city neglected to share details about the clean-up of a nearby homeless encampment.
Colorado Geographic Naming Advisory Board Mix Of Legislators, Historians, Community MembersThe council will receive public input on what names or places need to be reviewed.
Rockies Home Opener Looks A Little Different This YearCoors Field is empty while the Rockies hit the field.
Woman Makes Friends With 4-Year-Old Girl Who Yelled 'Black Lives Matter' In Home DepotThe two became friends over what could have been an awkward situation.
ACLU Says Investigation Into Denver County Court System NeededThis comes after people received summons and showed up to a closed courtroom.
Takes Seconds To Get Help On Unemployment Phone Line If You Speak Spanish; For English Speakers Help Is Weeks AwayIf you speak Spanish, you can get help with your unemployment claim in seconds.
10 For 10 Gathers At La Raza ParkThe group gathered for the United Against ICE Rally.
The Group 10 For 10 Is Hosting An Event To Educate People On Immigration ProblemsTonight the group called 10 for 10 is hosting an event to educate the community on immigration problems and offer resources to those who may need them.
Home Opener For Rockies This Year Means No Fans And Not Much Business For Restuarnts And Bars Around The StadiumRockies opening day usually brings lots of fans and business to the ballpark area but this year due to coronavirus no fans means lots of lost revenue.
Today Is Rockies Home Opener But It Will Be One Like We Have Never Seen BeforeToday is the Rockies home opener but there will be no fans in attendance due to coronavirus pandemic.
The Wana Art House Project Helps Artists, Small BusinessesThe markets offer a unique experience for both shoppers and retail space.
'Everybody Is Scared': Teacher Hopes To Provide The Best Education PossibleThe St. Vrain Valley School District begins with a hybrid-model when students arrive Aug. 18.
Supporters Of Expanded Gambling Turn In Signatures For 2020 BallotColorado could see more types of casino games and higher bet limits if a measure makes it on the November ballot.
Failures To Appear, Defaults Spike After Change To Denver 'Virtual Court' People upset over failure of notification for virtual court in Denver.
CSU Shuts Down Rams Football Practice, Workouts After 8 Players Test Positive For CoronavirusCSU is planning on hosting another round of COVID-19 testing.
'I Feel My Government Has Completely Failed Me': Thousands Waiting On Unemployment BenefitsIn Colorado, 664,532 unemployment claims have been filed since mid-March.
Architect Changes Hospitals And Himself After Surviving Rare CancerA retired hospital architect will be honored this month by The Limb Preservation Foundation. Twenty-four years ago, Rob Davidson nearly lost an arm to a rare cancer.
One Teacher Shares Her Story Of Recovering From Coronavirus And Why She Thinks Schools Should Not Go Back To In Person LearningA teacher shared how her recovery from coronavirus has taken months and that she believes returning to in person learning is not a good idea.
Last Call Lawsuit: Judge Rules Against Denver Bars Fighting To Serve Alcohol After 10 p.m.A judge has ruled against the Denver bars fighting the governor's order to stop serving alcohol at 10 p.m. The owner of the Blake Street Tavern asked for a temporary restraining order allowing them to serve after 10 p.m. while a lawsuit moves forward.

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