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14 Year Old & 18 Year Old Charged With Woman's Murder On ColfaxA 14-year-old male juvenile and 18-year-old are both being charged with the murder of 32-year-old Pamela Cabriales, according to the Denver District Attorney’s Office.  
11-Year-Old Boy Shot In Aurora Sunday NightAn 11-year-old boy was shot in Aurora's Utah Park neighborhood on Sunday night.
Current Snowpack Numbers For The State Are Coming In At Below AverageThe next few weeks are crucial in getting the states snowpack higher, but currently weather forecasts show little to no moisture.
'Felt An Urge To Be That Change': Black Denver Police Officer Supports Recruiting CampaignIn an effort to spark change within the profession of law enforcement, specifically within the City of Denver, the Denver Police Department is launching a new mantra for their 2021 recruiting process.
11-Year-Old Boy Shot In Aurora Sunday NightAn 11-year-old boy was shot multiple times in Aurora Sunday night. It happened on the 12700 block of East Kansas Drive, in the Utah Park area.
COVID In Colorado: With 3rd Vaccine Soon To Be An Option, Can You Choose Which Is Right For You?It's become vaccine shopping. The choices: Pfizer at 95% efficacy, Moderna at 94% or the new one-shot Johnson & Johnson at 66% or up to 85% depending on which stats you are using.
WeldWerks Funding Scholarship For BIPOC Students At University Of Northern ColoradoStarting this fall semester, WeldWerks Brewing Co. in Greeley will be funding a scholarship program for students of color at the University of Northern Colorado.
Denver Public Schools To Discuss Extension To School YearThis week, leaders at Denver Public Schools are tackling the topic of getting back to school. The school year could be extended for students, depending on their decision.
11 Year Old Boy Shot In Aurora Sunday NightAn 11-year-old boy was shot multiple times in Aurora Sunday night. It happened on the 12000 block of East Kansas Drive, in the Utah Park area.
Denver Public Schools Considers Extended School YearDPS is discussing an extension after the pandemic interrupted learning for many students.
Restaurant Workers Disappointed They Can't Get COVID-19 Vaccine Until Next PhaseRestaurant workers were about to be allowed to get the vaccine this week but have been pushed down into the next phase.
Littleton Couple Prepares To Vote For A Change To HOA's Flag PolicyThe kerfuffle over a Black Lives Matter flag hung outside a Littleton home started in early February when Kara and Ben Wilkoff's HOA sent them a letter telling them to take it down.
Fellow Snowmobiler Saves Lakewood Man's Life On Rabbit Ears PassA man from Lakewood is counting his blessings after he crashed his snowmobile on Rabbit Ears Pass and was found in the nick of time.
Fort Collins Body Shop Cleans Jeep Covered With Racial SlursKevin Woodman’s Jeep was recently tagged with racial slurs
Volunteers Build Mobile Shelters For Homeless YouthAuthentic Life Church is on a mission to provide homeless youth with a safe place to lay their heads.
Desks For Kids Helps Remote Learning Students Create Study Space At HomeDesks For Kids, a Colorado organization, is building desks and giving them away.
Thousands Of Middle, High School Students Begin Return To In-Person LearningWith COVID cases declining, school districts around the Front Range are making plans to increase the amount of time students are spending in the classroom.
College Student Creates Twitter Account To Help Vaccinate ColoradansDavid Witten, the creator of @COVaxAlerts, is a 20-year-old college student.
Colorado Revises COVID Vaccine Phases As Boost In Supply ExpectedOn March 21, everyone 50 years and older will be eligible for the vaccine.
Black Health Summit Working To Bridge Racial InequityThe Center for African American Health has been hosting the Black Health Fair for 19 years.
Meet Colorado Lawmaker Leslie Herod, The Woman Behind Some Progressive Laws In Our StateRep. Leslie Herod took the state Legislature by storm when she was elected four years ago.
Aurora Council Members Question Decision Of Who They Just Put On Civil Service CommissionThe Denver Fire Department had terminated Harold Johnson in 2015 for lying, compromising the safety of subordinates and bullying.
'Meatout Day' Creates Controversy In Colorado Between Gov. Jared Polis, Cattle IndustryGov. Jared Polis asked Coloradans to go one day without meat on March 20 and it created a firestorm of controversy.
12,500 Fans Allowed At Coors Field For Rockies' Opening DayCDPHE approved a 25% capacity variance for Coors Field following an application by The Colorado Rockies.

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