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Bear Opens Front Door, Attacks Homeowner In AspenA black bear entered an Aspen home through the front door early Friday and severely injured the homeowner, officials with Colorado Parks and Wildlife said.
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Denver Among Cities Experiencing Violent Crime IncreaseViolent crime in Denver is up substantially over last year at this time.
Protesters Descend On Greenwood Village After Police ResolutionThe city passed its own resolution after the police accountability bill was signed into law.
Clocktower Cabaret Reopens With Mask Mandate, Social Distancing In PlaceThe popular downtown Denver venue reopens its doors to a small audience.
Adventurist Backpack Co. Helps Feed Families Struggling With Food InsecurityFor every backpack sold, they provide 50 meals to families in need.
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Explosion Mystery Has Nederland Neighbors On Edge As Detonations ContinueExplosions coming from a remote home in the mountain town of Nederland have caused windows and homes to rattle for nearly a week now.
Health Officials Say Contact Tracing More Important Than EverHealth officials say contact tracing has become more important than ever as more people return to work and are going out in public.
Mammograms Are Down During Coronavirus Pandemic, Doctors Urge Routine Cancer ScreeningsData from electronic medical records company Epic indicates that routine cancer screenings, including mammograms, plummeted by up to 94% in March when Americans were urged to delay them because of the coronavirus.
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