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2 Schools In Denver Targeted With Anti-Semitic VandalismDenver's Jewish community is condemning two separate vandalisms at Denver schools.
A Second Week Of Testimony Is Underway In The Jonelle Matthews Murder TrialToday the defendant’s former wife was on the stand detailing how she met Pankey and shared the details of an unexpected family road trip less than 48 hours after Jonelle went missing.
University Of Denver To Require Flu Vaccine: 'We're Taking This Seriously'With cold and flu season approaching on Colorado University is requiring everyone on campus to get another vaccine shot. Earlier this month, health officials from the University of Denver announced they would require all students and staff to get a flu vaccine by mid-December.
Arson Investigators At Scene Of Brush Fire On South Table MountainFire crews acted quickly to get the flames out on South Table Mountain in the Golden area.
Protesters March In Denver In The Name Of 16-Year-Old Alexis Mendez-PerezNearly 100 people marched for justice for a 16-year-old boy who was allegedly shot by an off-duty Department of Corrections officer.
'Live Like Her': Sally Strelecki To Be Taken Off Life Support After Bullet From Neighboring Apartment Hits HerThe family of Sally Strelecki, faced with her dire medical situation following a shooting through an apartment wall, decided to remove life support from the 27 year old.
Celebrations Planned For Day Of The Dead FestivitiesPeople are getting ready to celebrate Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead in the Denver metro area.
Colfax Marathon Returns To The Streets After Pandemic PostponementRunners returned to the streets on Saturday for the first Colfax Marathon since May 2019.
Marijuana Social Equity Fair Seeks To Level The Playing Field For Communities Of ColorThe City of Denver hosted a marijuana social equity resource fair to give information to entrepreneurs or color and help them break into the cannabis industry.
Tri-County Health Investigating After Deer Trail School District Parents Claim Mask Mandate Is Being IgnoredAfter more than a month they’re starting to receive complaints and will begin enforcing the requirements, starting with the Deer Trail School District.
DIA Issues Range From Staff Shortages To Long Security LinesIssues at Denver International Airport range from staff shortages to lack of parking to construction to long security lines.
James Ujaama Talks About The Taliban Decades After He Was Convicted Of Helping ThemJames Ujaama was convicted of helping the Taliban in 2002 and talks about the situation in Afghanistan.
Colorado's Ballot Initiatives: 56 Cities Have Council, Mayoral RacesOn this year's ballot, 56 cities have council, mayoral races along with special elections and statewide questions.
Security Lines Are Taking Up to 2 Hours For DIA PassengersLong security lines await passengers at Denver International Airport.
Jury Finds Rogel Aguilera-Mederos Guilty On 4 Counts Vehicular Homicide, Other Charges In 2019 Deadly I-70 Semi CrashThe jury has found the truck driver accused of causing a fatal crash on Interstate 70 near Colorado Mills Mall in Lakewood guilty of the vehicular homcide charges for the four people who died.
New Air Quality Monitoring Efforts In Place Around Suncor PlantOne of the air monitoring programs is run by Suncor, the other by a Latina-let nonprofit.
Foothills Animal Shelter Offers 50% Off Adoption FeesThe Foothills Animal Shelter is offering 50% off adoption fees this weekend.
Most Of Colorado's New COVID Cases In Children 6-11More of the new COVID cases in Colorado are among children ages 6-11.
Pikes Peak Shuttle Lot At Denver International Airport Opens On Very Temporary Basis To Handle Larger Load Of TravelersThe Pikes Peak shuttle lot at Denver International Airport has been closed for nearly a year-and-a-half, but it will open on a temporary basis to handle a larger load of travelers for part of this weekend.
For Latinos In Colorado, Identity Shouldn't Be Boiled Down To 1 LabelHispanic Heritage Month is a chance to reflect on the successes of the Latino community and acknowledge what struggles still remain for families in Colorado.
Huge Security Lines At Denver International Airport, May 'Exceed Post-Pandemic Security Screening Record'Security lines at Denver International Airport are extremely long Friday.
COVID Vaccine Trials Set To Begin For Children As Young As 6 MonthsA new phase of COVID-19 vaccine trials is set to begin for children as young as six months by the end of October.
Ex-Girlfriend Of Postal Worker Arrested, Accused In Deadly ShootingInvestigators said the couple had a rocky relationship and were in a bitter custody dispute over the child they shared.
Road Rage Investigated In Shooting On I-225 At 6th AvenueSouthbound lanes of Interstate 225 were closed at 6th Avenue for a couple of hours on Thursday night during an investigation into a shooting that could have been sparked by road rage.

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