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Dreion Dearing Found Guilty In Shooting Death Of Adams County Deputy Heath GummDreion Dearing was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Christopher Linsmayer Charged With Arson For Burning Slash Piles In Grand CountyChristopher Linsmayer, 68, faces 12 counts of arson for burning slash piles near his Grand County home and leaving them unattended.
A Social Media Scavenger Hunt Is Designed To Encourage DonationsThe American Cancer Society is energizing supporters with a fun scavenger hunt through Downtown Denver.
Steve Pankey Now In Colorado To Face Murder Charges In Death Of Jonelle MatthewsSteven Pankey, the man accused of murdering Jonelle Matthews nearly 35 years ago, has been extradited to Colorado for prosecution. Greeley Police say Pankey, 69, killed Matthews in the 1980s and disposed of her body in a remote field.
Jury Selection Begins In Mark Redwine's Murder TrialJury selection is underway in the trial of Mark Redwine. Redwine is accused in the death of his son -- eight years ago. Dylan Redwine was reported missing from his father's home in La Plata County in November 2012.
A Denver Public Schools Social Studies Teacher Has Been Named Colorado Teacher Of The YearGerardo Muñoz was award the 2021 award during a virtual ceremony.
The US Department Of Agriculture Has Awarded A $6 Million Dollar Grant To Expand Internet In Rural Northwest ColoradoThe grant will help 264 homes, farms, and business in Routt, Moffat, and Eagle counties.
The State Department Of Revenue Will Postpone Various Tax Fillings & Payment Deadlines For Estes Park & Grand Lake BusinessesDue to the East Troublesome fire the State Department of Revenue will postpone November tax fillings and payments due dates to December.
Colorado Inmate Dies While Being Treated For Coronavirus SymptomsAn inmate at a prison in southern Colorado died while being treated at a hospital after showing symptoms of the coronavirus, the state corrections department said Thursday.
Westminster Public Schools Will Go Fully Remote For Two Weeks Amid Rise In COVID CasesCases are rising steadily in Adams County, and the increase is prompting Westminster Public Schools to make a change. The district will transition to full remote learning for two weeks.
Citywide Curfew: Pueblo Will Be Under 10 P.M. Curfew After Spike In COVID-19 CasesThe entire City of Pueblo will be under a 10 p.m. curfew for the next two weeks, in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. There has been a spike in cases and the mayor said the curfew is necessary to keep schools and small businesses open, KKTV reported.
'Eats Delivered' Will Allow DIA Visitors To Get Food Delivered To Wherever They AreSoon you'll be able to order a snack and get it delivered before you hop on a flight at Denver International Airport.
Ball Arena Will Be Used As A Voting Center For Denver VotersThe arena is large enough to allow for plenty of room to spread out while voting.
Jury Selection Has Begun In The Trial Of Mark RedwineMark Redwine is accused of murdering his son Dylan in 2012.
Organizers For The St. Patrick's Day Parade In Denver Have Already Cancelled The Event For 2021Organizers say it is hard to plan due to social distancing and they are not even sure if conditions would allow the parade to happen.
East Troublesome Fire Has Destroyed Or Damaged 250 BuildingsGrand County Sheriff Brett Schroetlin has confirmed the massive East Troublesome Fire destroyed or damaged 250 buildings. Deputies and the National Guard are now making sure nothing else happens to those homes.
Denver Says Community COVID Testing Sites Are Helping Those Most Impacted By The VirusCommunity testing sites help to better serve those who are most impacted by coronavirus.
500,000 Coloradans Opt To Have Phone Tracked For COVID-19 Exposure NotificationMore than 500,000 Coloradans have opted in on a service that tracks your cell phone and notifies you if you’ve been near someone who tested positive for COVID-19. The exposure notification service launched on Sunday.
CDPHE Put Out A PSA That Despite Coronavirus Halloween Does Not Have To Be ScaryTo keep safe they say make sure you wear a mask, stay 6 feet apart, and wash your hands.
Today Is The First Ever Colorado Wetland And Stream Conservation DayGovernor Polis made the proclamation that today is Colorado Wetland and Stream Conservation Day.
Snow Has Helped The Cameron Peak Fire But It Is Still Not 100% ContainedFire danger still remains in the high country and official's want residents to be prepared to evacuate if necessary.
Rescue Crews Build Fire To Warm Up Injured Hiker During Operation Near TellurideRescue crews west of Telluride worked hard to save a 70-year-old man who hurt himself while hiking in snowy conditions.
VIDEO: Hummer Driver Hits Cyclist, Gets Out To Look, Then LeavesThe cyclist was wearing a body camera and captured clear images of the driver and the vehicle's distinctive wheels.
Struggling Denver Restaurants Jump At City Reimbursement ProgramOne day after announcing restaurants can only seat 25% of capacity indoors, the city of Denver is hoping to help restaurants with a grant program.

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