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Live Music In The Form Of A Big Concert Returns To Red RocksThe electronic jam band Lotus will take the stage on Thursday night.
CSU Tiny Home Project Addresses Homelessness, Affordable HousingThe CSU team is focusing the project on addressing bigger issues like affordable housing and homelessness.
Support Project Angel Heart During Denver Restaurant WeekFor the first time, diners can support Project Angel Heart during Denver Restaurant Week.
GadellNet Consulting Services Bringing 55+ Jobs To DenverGadellNet consulting services is coming to town with a new office in Denver.
State-Sanctioned Citizen Committee To Monitor SuncorThe committee was allocated $1.7 million to keep track of releases and flares from the refinery.
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President Biden Attended A Virtual Climate Summit In Honor Of Earth DayThe virtual summit also included 40 other world leaders.
Suspect In Shooting Jumps Over Fence, Dies After Police Chase In DenverPolice in Denver chased two suspects in some sort of shooting to Alameda Avenue and Kalamath Street overnight.
Community Resource Center In Boulder Will Continue To Support The Community After The King Soopers ShootingThe center is located at 603 S Broadway in Boulder and is open Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm.
RTD Celebrates A Line's 5th Anniversary With 30 Million+ RidersRTD is celebrating the 5th anniversary of the A Line. The commuter rail line has had more than 30 million riders and has traveled close to 18 million miles.
Denver's Public Art Program Search Underway For Colorado Convention Center Expansion ProjectDenver's Public Art Program is looking for an artist or team of artists for a new expansion project.
Ted Cruz Says MLB Moving All-Star Game To Denver 'Makes No Sense'Major League Baseball moved this year's All-Star Game to the home of the Colorado Rockies, Coors Field, following the passage of new voting laws in Georgia in late March. Katie Johnston reports.
To Celebrate Earth Day First Gentleman Marlon Reis Visited Denver ZooThe First Gentleman took part in a Facebook live to discuss his passion for animal conservation.
Colorado Congressman Jason Crow Is Speaking In Support Of Re-Introducing Gun Violence BillThe Equal Access to Justice for Victims of Gun Violence Act would make it possible to hold the gun industry accountable when it acts with negligence and disregard for public safety.
Suspect In Shooting Jumps Over Fence, Dies After Police Chase In DenverPolice in Denver chased two suspects in some sort of shooting to Alameda Avenue and Kalamath Street overnight.
Truck Stolen With Dog Inside In Wheat RidgeA truck was stolen in Jefferson County with a dog inside. It happened Thursday morning near the Kipling Street exit of Interstate 70 in Wheat Ridge.
Police Release Images Of Suspects Who Stole Car, DogA 15-year-old Basset Hound/Beagle mix named Solo is in the wrong hands.
Ride The Rockies Returns In 2021, Strict COVID Protocols Will Be In PlaceRide the Rockies had to cancel in 2020 because of the pandemic but will go on as planned for 2021.
6th Graders At Carbondale Middle School Are Transitioning To Remote Learning Due To Positive COVID CaseThe students and teachers will start remote learning today with a plan to return to in person learning on May 3rd.
Truck Stolen With Dog Inside In Wheat RidgeA truck was stolen in Jefferson County with a dog inside.
Suspect In Shooting Jumps From Roadway, Dies After Police Chase In DenverA suspect in a shooting led Denver police on a chase Thursday morning and then got out of her vehicle and jumped to her death.
Congressman Ken Buck Spurns Big Tech Companies’ CashRep. Ken Buck says if big tech companies like Google, Twitter and Facebook are going to limit conservative voices, he doesn’t want their money.
Colorado Reported Almost 1,500 New Cases Of Coronavirus TodayThe state also continues to see hospitalizations due to COVID go up.

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