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You'll be seeing at least $19 million worth of John Hickenlooper and Cory Gardner on TV before Election DayRepublican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner and former Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper are back on your TV screens just a week after Hickenlooper defeated former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff in the primary.

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Mike Shanahan elected to the Denver Broncos Ring of FameDue to Covid-19, Shanahan will be honored in 2021 as an honorary member of the Ring of Fame.

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KOAA Athlete of the Week: Devin Dodson, Cheyenne Mountain BaseballCheyenne Mountain's Devin Dodson saw his senior season cut short due to COVID-19, but the Indians No.

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For parents in one local school district, finding its reopening plans takes some searchingAs local school districts continue to announce plans for getting kids back to class this fall, News 5 found not every district has the information on where they are in that process readily available.

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Saratoga: Coming HomeAwake at 3:00 am. A very fast breakfast of granola bars and coffee. Elizabeth had her usual hot cocoa as her morning drink.

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Denver Nuggets promote Calvin Booth to general managerBooth succeeds Arturas Karnisovas, who left Denver in April to become the Chicago Bulls' top decision-maker.

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Colorado has increase in coronavirus cases, hospitalizationsColorado officials say hospitalizations for COVID-19 have begun to increase for the first time in months, while the state's rate of positive coronavirus test results has jumped since the first week of June.

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Pueblo program 'Nutrition on Wheels' seeing rise in clientsThe program estimated that it would have 150 customers at the end of its first year but currently has about 450 after just a few months.

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PLAN-Boulder County withdraws request for hearing to get CU South petition approvedLocal political group PLAN-Boulder County on Tuesday withdrew its request for a hearing to oppose a decision by the Boulder city attorney to decline to approve a petition for this year's ballot it was hoping to start circulating for voter signatures.

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COVID-19 rapidly rising again in El Paso CountyApproaching the four-month mark of the COVID-19 pandemic there is a spike of positive cases in El Paso County, Colorado.

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The cursed couchA few months back a family got a pullout sofa, it didn't fit in their house so they dumped it.

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Boulder restaurants in exploratory phase to survive as outdoor dining opens amid coronavirusA high-ranking Boulder official made clear Tuesday that despite outdoor dining happening locally, restaurants and retailers are still facing adversity as the coronavirus continues to spread through communities.

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Pueblo turns 150Pueblo has a long and proud history. People have come from all over the world to make the steel that built the American West in Pueblo's steel mill.

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Bear scare leads to closure of Lost Lake area west of NederlandThe area surrounding Lost Lake near Nederland is closing Wednesday over safety concerns of a bear in the area.

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Fountain Police investigating after shots fired Tuesday eveningJust before 7 p.m. Tuesday night, Fountain Police responded to a shots fired call in the 400 block of Hadley Dr.

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Boulder County reports 10 new coronavirus cases, no new deaths Tuesday"We've heard from some residents that they are concerned that children - particularly in crowded places such as trails - are not wearing face coverings and subsequently may be putting others who may come near them at risk," explained spokeswoman Chana Goussetis.

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Fire on Highway 145 causes damage north of CortezA property fire on Colorado Highway 145 near County Road N caused damage and sent one man to the hospital, said Cortez Fire Protection District...

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Rocky Mountain National Park Hikes: Thunder LakeObtaining a backcountry permit for Rocky requires similar levels of intensity as many Colorado hiking feats, including summiting a 14er or finding parking at a trailhead or snagging a front country campsite anywhere during the summer.

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CU Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano hosts new video series in lieu of state tourUniversity of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano will host a new weekly video series about campus happenings instead of his annual visits to communities across the state, which have been canceled this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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El Paso Co. votes to establish committee to determine indemnification of Sheriff's Office employeesThis action comes after Gov. Polis signed Senate Bill 217, which says that the employer of a local law enforcement officer can determine whether the deputy or officer acted in good faith in a use of force incident.

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Former CU SID, USOC Spokesman Mike Moran Passes AwayBOULDER — Mike Moran, who served as sports information director at the University of Colorado for 11 years and went on to a prestigious career as the chief communications officer and the principal spokesman for the United States Olympic Committee, passed away from a short illness Tuesday afternoon in Colorado Springs.

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Boulder County reminds those under 12 to wear masks; school districts prepare for school year of covered facesAs Boulder County Public Health reminds the community that those 12 years old and younger should wear a face mask in public, school districts are preparing for a year of masked learning.

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The Loneliest Road: The Colorado RiverColorado skiesColorodo River at Fruita, CO. July 5, 2020 It was a beautiful morning, 66 degrees with a nice breeze.

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400 New Coronvirus Cases Reported In ColoradoColorado reported more than 400 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, with 173 patients currently hospitalized.

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Boulder DA will not charge state trooper in chase, crash that killed Longmont teenThe Boulder County District Attorney on Tuesday announced that a state trooper will not be charged in connection with the April car chase that resulted in the death of a 16-year-old Longmont driver.

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Colorado colleges, universities scramble after Trump orders international students to leave if classes go onlineNews that international students will be forced under rules issued Monday by the Trump administration to leave the U.S. if they don't take in-person classes has left Colorado colleges and universities scrambling to interpret the changes and make plans for thousands of pupils.

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Boulder earns recognition for city's use of data in responding to challengeBoulder officials on Tuesday announced the city was one of 16 across the nation and the first in the state to be recognized this year for data-driven local government, having earned "silver l..."

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Wisconsin zoo's harbor seal Sydney dies days after giving birth to pupOne of the Milwaukee County Zoo's harbor seals has died days after she gave birth to a seal pup, Zoo officials announced Tuesday.

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Boulder Creek plans 'wee-cottages' at Rogers Farm in SuperiorLouisville-based home builder Boulder Creek Neighborhoods is planning to include "wee-cottages" in the second phase of its Rogers Farm residential development in Superior.

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Lost Lake Area Closing Indefinitely Due To Active Bear"This area closure is a rare step that we take only in the most critical circumstances and is necessary for public safety," said Boulder District Ranger Angela Gee.

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Denver Hits New Record For 1-Day Coronavirus TestingDenver has hit a new record for the number of people tested for coronavirus in one day.

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Police: Assault Suspect Found Dead Inside Mobile Home After Explosion Intentionally Set BlastA neighborhood was evacuated after the suspect in an assault case intentionally blew up a mobile home in southern Fort Collins.

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Street Sweeping Parking Fines Will Be Handed Out Starting July 8 In DenverThe agency will start handing out fines on Wednesday as the agency began enforcement of that parking policy on July 1.

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Could your driver's license or passport be stored on your cellphone?Apple has applied for a patent that could allow it to develop a way to store these documents on phones.

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Colorado private schools, publicly funded charter schools get millions in coronavirus PPP loansAs Colorado public schools prepare for years of budget cuts because of COVID-19 and falling state tax revenue, exclusive private schools and publicly funded charter schools are receiving millions of dollars in federal loans according to new data released by the government.

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Broomfield Police Report 182% Increase In Illegal Fireworks ReportsThe Broomfield Police Department says there was a 182% increase in illegal fireworks calls this year compared to 2019.

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Hearing Scheduled For Bandimere Speedway Court Order Possible ViolationsThe Jefferson County Health Department said the speedway violated an agreement to limit attendance and promote coronavirus pandemic guidelines on July 4.

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Denver Weather: Heat Streak Continues With High Fire DangerWe are on day six of temperatures above 90 degrees here in Denver. This doesn't look to end any time in the near future, we could still have about two more weeks of 90 degree or above temperatures.

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Woman arrested in connection with burglary, officer-involved shootingA 23-year-old Durango woman wanted in connection with a burglary that ended with an officer-involved shooting and a man's death last week has been arrested after a foot pursuit with police.

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Denver deputy fired for failing to stop partner from speeding down I-25 with inmates in back of vanA deputy who had been with the Denver Sheriff Department for 20 years was fired last week for multiple department violations surrounding his failure to stop his fellow deputy from speeding down I-25 along with another vehicle in January.

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Aurora's McClain review to focus on training, policiesThe local investigation related to the death of a 23-year-old Black man who died after police stopped him on the street in suburban Denver will focus on first-responder training and policies as the state attorney general's probe looks at whether criminal charges are warranted, Aurora city councilors and staff said Monday.

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As coronavirus resurges, Durango tourism officials pull back outreachIt's uncertain how the global coronavirus pandemic will disrupt life in the foreseeable future, but after four months, it's at least possible to quantify how dire the situation has become.

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Bayfield author draws 'eerie' similarities between 1918 and 2020"When you spend a lot of time writing a book about this combination of a pandemic and fires from 102 years ago, then you see Durango having fires out of control in past years..."

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Colorado Edition: Gathering DataToday on Colorado Edition: the latest on efforts to improve the education in the Adams 14 school district.

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International students dealing with uncertainty as President Trump calls for in-class instructionPresident Trump hosted a roundtable a discussion Tuesday to talk about schools returning to in-person instruction in the Fall.

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Canon City officials, homeless population seek solutions to co-exist in Veterans ParkVeterans Park is a popular place visitors stop to enjoy shade or use the restroom when traveling through town, it's also a spot where some locals like to enjoy a sack lunch or quick walk while during the noon hour, and for others, it's the place they call home.

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Civil rights groups denounce Facebook over hate speechFacebook keeps telling critics that it is doing everything it can to rid its service of hate, abuse and misinformation.

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Colorado Springs man shot, paralyzed during police shootout asks for financial helpFebruary 5, 2018, might have been two and a half years ago, but for Thomas Villanueva, that day is every bit as poignant today.

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Renovated Manitou and Pikes Peak Cog Railway To Reopen In May 2021The highest railroad in America is undergoing a $100 million renovation from the roadbed, to the tracks, cogs, railcars and the depot.

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Longmont Symphony's Super Conductor contest keeping the pulse alive with extended deadline to voteLongmont Symphony Orchestra's annual Super Conductor fundraiser puts a community member - regardless of musical experience - in the director's seat, allowing the winner to orchestrate the ensemble's rhythm at a future concert.

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Mount Elbert, July 1, 2020When Colorado stole my heart I promised to get it back... one peak at a time...

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Sharon Bokan: Who's eating my garden?You planted and cared for your garden, but before you harvest the produce, someone else has been enjoying the fruits of your labor.

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Art meets COVID prevention at Alpacka RaftMancos business creates unique masks, raises funds for Creative District.

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In risky bid, Trump stokes racial rancor to motivate votersNEW YORK — President Donald Trump is wielding America's racial tensions as a reelection weapon, fiercely denouncing the racial justice...

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Colorado Rockies simulation game thread no. 91: Zac Gallen vs. Jack WynkoopStart time, lineups, and discussion thread for the second game of today's doubleheader and Jack Wynkoop's MLB debut.

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Defendants' appeal over venue denied by federal court in Boulder climate change lawsuitA lawsuit filed by the city of Boulder and Boulder and San Miguel counties seeking damages from oil giants for what the local governments say are the effects of climate change will stay in state court.

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Police: 82-year-old neighbor gunned down father, 11-year-old daughter in FloridaInvestigators say 11-year-old victim called 911 before her death.

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Coronavirus In Colorado: Gov. Polis Extends Disaster Declaration AgainColorado reported more than 400 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, with 173 patients currently hospitalized.

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Canon City's Splash Pad to reopen this Thursday with restrictionsNormally, the Splash Pad is packed with kids and parents, but to keep up with social distancing only 35 people will be allowed on the Splash Pad at a time.

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PikeRide starts bike share program with Springs Rescue MissionFollowing a $10,000 grant from the Better Bike Share, PikeRide has started up a partnership with Springs Rescue Mission that allows SRM's clients to access free bike share memberships, helmets, and gear.

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Dunkin' closing 450 locations nationwide inside Speedway gas stationsThe locations slated to close are at Speedway locations across the US.

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Fox's Carlson criticized for saying Democrats hate AmericaNEW YORK — Television's most popular political host, Tucker Carlson, says leaders of the Democratic party should be disqualified from running the country because they “despise” it.

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Teenager who drowned in Colorado mountain lake identifiedGEORGETOWN, Colo. — Authorities have released the name of a teenager who drowned in a mountain lake in Colorado on the Fourth of July.

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Denver sheriff deputy suspended for using chokehold on jail inmateA Denver Sheriff Department deputy will lose four days of pay for using a chokehold on a jail inmate, who was not injured.

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7-7-20Sunday I baked myself some biscotti since I liked Elisabeth's so much. They came out just as tasty as hers and I can say I've eaten more than I should have in the space of three days.

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Department of Corrections confirms inmate, staff member in Buena Vista test positive for COVID-19The Department of Corrections confirmed Tuesday that a staff member and an inmate at the Buena Vista Correctional Complex have tested positive for COVID-19.

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Talking to your kids about racism, inclusion and diversityThe recent protests, unrest and anger sparked by police brutality against African Americans has families of all walks-of-life thinking about how they talk to their kids about race.

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Teenager who drowned in Colorado mountain lake identifiedGEORGETOWN, Colo. — Authorities have released the name of a teenager who drowned in a mountain lake in Colorado on the Fourth of July.

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Tri-County Health studying potential mask mandate for Adams and Arapahoe counties"I think unfortunately, a lot of people need to be told and when we leave it as an option you have some people who choose to comply and some people who don't," Smith said.

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Sweltering heat ahead for Southern ColoradoA strong ridge of high pressure will expand over Southern Colorado, and bring the potential for record setting heat late this week and weekend.

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Serbs storm parliament after lockdown measures reintroducedBELGRADE, Serbia — Thousands of protesters fought running battles with police and tried to storm the parliament building in Belgrade on...

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2 COVID cases lead to widespread testing at Colorado prisonDENVER — Widespread testing for the coronavirus will be conducted at a Colorado prison after one inmate and a staff member tested positive for COVID-19, the state corrections department said Tuesday.

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'Palm Springs' arrives for the Groundhog Days of quarantineNEW YORK — Though most of the films that have debuted during the pandemic never got to screen for packed movie houses, “Palm Springs” had the...

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At the Market: Meet spring's onionsWe know the farmers markets look a little different, but we're proud to say we're managing them with great strides and safety.

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Urban-gro disclosure sheds light on COVID-19 impactsIn an effort to bolster its financial position during the height of the COVID-19 outbreak this spring, Urban-gro Inc.

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Neighbors react to home explosion in Fort CollinsNeighbors living a mobile home park off East Harmony Road in Fort Collins are giving their first-person accounts of what happened when an explosion and a subsequent fire rocked the community Monday night.

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Union sues Pilgrim's Pride in connection to ongoing price-fixing caseA union chapter representing workers at Pilgrim's Pride Corp. locations across the U.S. is suing the Greeley-based chicken packer, claiming that the alleged price-fixing by executives there damaged the value of its pension fund.

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Ex-coach Mike Shanahan elected to Broncos Ring of HonorENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Former head coach Mike Shanahan has been elected to the Denver Broncos Ring of Honor and will be inducted in 2021 because of COVID-19 precautions.

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Missouri kid camp virus outbreak raises questions of safetyMissouri leaders knew the risk of convening thousands of kids at summer camps across the state during a pandemic, the state's top health official said, and insisted that camp organizers have plans in place to keep an outbreak from happening.

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AP Explains: Bolsonaro has jousted at virus fears for monthsSAO PAULO — Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro for months flirted with the new coronavirus as he flouted social distancing at lively demonstrations and encouraged crowds during outings from the presidential residence, often without a mask.

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Lawsuits Mount Over Denver Police Handling Of Protests"It's not unique to Denver at all police around the country responded in unlawful ways to the protests in support of black lives and there have been numerous class action lawsuits in numerous cities."

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More positive tests, canceled workouts add to MLB uneaseLast week, MLB and the MLBPA jointly announced on Friday that 31 players tested positive for COVID-19 amid the first round of tests as players resume training ahead of this year's shortened season.

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Pedestrian killed in Colorado Springs crash, driver suspected of being on drugsOne person is dead after a suspected DUI driver crashed into them while crossing the street.

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Colorado Prairie Music Festival Will Require Attendees To Sign Coronavirus Waiver"By attending the event you absolve the Colorado Prairie Music Arts and Music Council, it's board, volunteers and staff of any liability should you contract COVID-19," the website states.

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Denver International Airport Unveils Great Hall Project Dashboard That Details Progress, BudgetDenver International Airport is trying to keep its promise of transparency as the Great Hall Project moves forward.

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How to Deal With High Altitude When You Arrive in ColoradoYour skin is dry, and you're sucking wind. But why, exactly? We talked to a physician to learn more about how altitude impacts us so drastically.

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15 Things To Know About DenverIf you've just moved to Denver, use this cheat sheet to help you acclimate to the Mile High City.

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BCH staff to take pay cut to account for revenue lossesEmployees of Boulder Community Health will take an annualized 5% cut in pay - 10% each month for the remaining six months of the year - to help the Boulder health system respond to financial pressure caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Letter to the editor: Civil War statue was part of Colorado's story"Jack" Howland, was born in Zanesville,...

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FBI investigates reported assault on Black man as hate crimeINDIANAPOLIS — The FBI is investigating as a hate crime the assault of a Black man by a group of white men at a southern Indiana lake, the...

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Colorado has increase in coronavirus cases, hospitalizationsColorado officials say hospitalizations for COVID-19 have begun to increase for the first time in months, while the state's rate of positive coronavirus test results has jumped since the first week of June.

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Curbside Pickup Begins At Denver Public Library, New Checkouts Begin Next WeekCurbside pickup begins at the Denver Public Library on Tuesday. The pickup is for items that were placed on hold before the coronavirus closure.

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Senator McConnell wants 2nd stimulus check for Americans, but for fewer peopleSen. McConnell's endorsement for a second stimulus check comes weeks after Trump signed off on providing a second stimulus check to some Americans.

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Colorado trooper's actions justified in pursuit that ended in fatal accident, DA saysA Colorado State Patrol trooper's actions were justified during an April pursuit in Longmont that resulted in the death of a 16-year-old suspect, officials announced on Tuesday.

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Colorado Convention Center expansion, halted by scandal for 18 months, gets new contractorMore than 18 months after Denver halted the expansion of the Colorado Convention Center over allegations of bid rigging, the city has selected a firm to finish the project.

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Telluride Zero PeakAfter today's hike and lightning scare I decided to check the weather again for tomorrow's hike.

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Colorado has increase in coronavirus cases, hospitalizationsDENVER — Hospitalizations in Colorado for COVID-19 have begun to increase for the first time in months, while the state’s rate of positive coronavirus test results has jumped since the first week of June, officials said.

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NASA adds more safety fixes for Boeing's crew capsuleCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA has added more safety fixes for Boeing’s space capsule before it can fly astronauts following a pair of close calls during last year’s test flight.

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Stonewall Jackson's name removed from school with high amount of Black studentsA West Virginia middle school with a large amount of Black students has been named after a Confederate general for years.

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Lawsuit: Breonna Taylor's death connected to Louisville gentrification planLawyers for Breonna Taylor allege in court records that she was targeted in a police operation to gentrify a neighborhood in western Louisville.

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Look Up Which Colorado Businesses Got A Coronavirus PPP LoanThe program has helped keep or create 900,000 jobs in Colorado, according to the Small Business Association.

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Despite Colorado's high unemployment rate, landscaping industry says they're having trouble hiring"I've hired them, trained them somewhat, they work a week to a month and then they're gone."

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DNVR Avalanche Podcast: What are we most excited about with the NHL returning?The DNVR Avalanche Podcast is back with AJ Haefele and guest Andre Simone as the guys go through the three things they're each most amped up about as the NHL returns.

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Wildfire prompts mine evacuation, road closures in Moffat CountyA wildfire burning near Meeker in Moffat County has grown to over 1,000 acres and has prompted road closures and evacuations in the area.

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Multiple agencies investigating Nederland house explosionMultiple law enforcement agencies are investigating a house explosion in Nederland on Friday.

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Colorado sues Juul, claiming it used deceptive marketing and targeted teens to get addictedThe suit says Juul violated the Colorado Consumer Protection Act and is asking the court to keep Juul from being able to continue their "deceptive trade practices and to prevent the undue proliferation of the scourge of e-cigarettes," among other financial claims and relief.

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Colorado rural hospitals stay afloat with federal loansDENVER — More than a dozen rural Colorado hospitals and primary care facilities applied for federal loans designed to keep staff employed during the coronavirus pandemic, federal data show.

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Bodies of 6 of 8 Idaho plane collision victims recoveredSPOKANE, Wash. — Searchers recovered the bodies of six of the eight people killed when two airplanes collided over a scenic mountain lake in Idaho, the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday.

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Democrats hope strong fundraising numbers given them a shot at the SenateDemocrats are beginning to post fundraising totals for Q2 and numbers show that despite the pandemic, donating to Democratic politicians isn't appearing to take a hit.

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West Metro Fire Crews Battle Fire That Started Outside The Home, Moved To AtticWest Metro Fire Rescue crews battled a house fire that started outside the home and moved into the attic.

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Sweeps of homeless camps run counter to COVID health recommendationsPoking her head out of her green tent on a recent June day, the 57-year-old pointed a few blocks away to the place where city crews picked up her tent from a sidewalk median earlier this spring and replaced it with landscaping rocks, fencing and signs warning trespassers to keep out.

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Spencer Dinwiddie out for NBA restart after second positive Coronavirus testBrooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie announced he will not rejoin the team in Orlando for the NBA restart after testing positive for the COVID-19 again on Tuesday.

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Road work causes delays on U.S. Highway 550's Molas PassLisa Schwantes, spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Transportation, said crews are conducting routine maintenance cleaning up rock and debris off the shoulder of the highway from about Lime Creek Road to the top of Molas Pass, about a3-mile section of road.

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U.S. nuclear lab investigates breach at plutonium facilityOfficials at one of the nation's premier nuclear labs are investigating the potential exposure of employees to plutonium.

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At least 8 Mississippi lawmakers test positive for COVID-19JACKSON, Miss. — At least eight Mississippi lawmakers have tested positive for the coronavirus after working for weeks in a Capitol where many...

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Can't find a bike rack? Neither can anyone elseIn fact, so many people want bike racks and hitches, June 2020 saw the biggest sales month in U-Haul's 75-year history.

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Colorado Sues JUUL For Targeting Youth In Marketing, Misrepresenting Health RisksColorado filed a lawsuit against JUUL on Tuesday after a yearlong investigation. The lawsuit alleges that the e-cigarette company used deceptive advertising to target youth and downplayed its addictive nicotine concentration and health risks.

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Colorado pharmacist suspected of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in FlorissantThe Teller County Sheriff's Office announced the arrest of Brent Jeremie Stein on Tuesday. The arrest is tied to an incident that was reported on June 18.

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Study: Denver Is Second-Most Gentrified City In America"Gentrification remains a significant threat to minority and low - and moderate-income families in some of the largest and most prosperous parts of the country," researchers stated.

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Arizona woman was taking photos when she fell to her death at Grand CanyonA 59-year-old woman from Arizona died Friday after falling off a rim at the Grand Canyon National Park.

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Dream owner Loeffler objects to WNBA's social justice plansNEW YORK — Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler is not in favor of the WNBA's social justice plans and has sent a letter to Commissioner Cathy Engelbert objecting to the league’s initiatives to honor the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Italy, Portugal say economic forecasts show need for EU helpLISBON, Portugal — New forecasts predicting the European Union’s economy is headed for a steep decline underscore the need for quick approval...

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Double Dipper Bandit At Large After Robbing 3 Aurora BanksThe FBI and the Aurora Police Department are searching for a man who robbed 3 different banks.

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Denver Officials Respond To 150 Emergency Calls About Dogs In Hot Cars In First Half Of 2020With record heat in the forecast, officials from Denver Public Health and Environment's Denver Animal Protection department are reminding drivers to never leave their pets alone in vehicles.

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President Trump says he will pressure governors to reopen schools this fallIn late June, the American Academy of Pediatrics said that schools should plan to fully reopen in the fall, but stated some exceptions should be granted for students who are high risk.

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Police say investigation into Denver protester hit by car turned over to district attorney June 15The district attorney's office has had the police investigation into a driver who hit a protester on the first night of the Denver George Floyd demonstrations since June 15 for consideration of possible charges, Denver police said Tuesday, though no prosecutorial announcement has been made.

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Family shares story of surviving COVID-19With a second surge in COVID-19 cases underway, a family from the Midwest is sharing their harrowing story about surviving the coronavirus illness.

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Twins joined at head separated at Vatican pediatric hospitalROME — Doctors at the Vatican’s pediatric hospital said Tuesday they have successfully separated conjoined twins whose skulls were fused...

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Denver Nuggets promote Calvin Booth to general managerBooth, 44, is in his third season with the Nuggets after being hired as assistant GM in 2017.

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Indiana woman alleges Colorado pharmacist lured her to his home, drugged and sexually assaulted herA Teller County pharmacist was arrested for allegedly luring an Indiana woman to his Colorado home and then drugging and sexually assaulting her multiple times, according to a release Tuesday from the Teller County Sheriff's Office.

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Victor Farmer Identified As Young Man Who Died At St. Mary's Lake On July 4thA 19-year-old Centennial man who died over the holiday weekend when he dove into St. Mary's Lake in Clear Creek County has been identified.

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CU Boulder study finds ideologically extreme Facebook users share the most fake news, 'countermedia'A recent study from the University of Colorado Boulder found that ideologically extremeFacebook users share more fake news and countermedia posts than their Twitter counterparts and those who identified as politically moderate.

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Missing 10-year-old Wisconsin girl found deadThe 10-year-old Wisconsin girl who was the subject of a statewide AMBER Alert has been found dead.

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Colorado WR La'Vontae Shenault arrested on suspicion of DUILa'Vontae is the younger brother of former CU star Laviska Shenault, who was selected in the second round of April's 2020 NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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Clearing up voting misconceptions ahead of general electionA law professor and author of "What You Need to Know About Voting and Why" is clearing up voting misconceptions ahead of the big general election in the fall.

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Winning numbers drawn in 'Pick 3 Midday' gameDENVER _ The winning numbers in Tuesday afternoon's drawing of the Colorado Lottery's 'Pick 3 Midday' game were.

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Virus fears, regional spats snarl Arizona-Mexico routePHOENIX — Fears about possible coronavirus infections from hard-hit Arizona mixed together with local politics south of the U.S.-Mexico border saw American vacationers turned back on the road to the popular resort of Puerto Peñasco over the long July 4 weekend.

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Colorado Sues JUUL, Says The E-Cigarette Company Targeted ChildrenAttorney General Phil Weiser says the company must be held accountable for its part in the e-cigarette epidemic among youth.

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Poudre River Libraries to Reopen for Grab-and-Go ServiceThe libraries have been closed for nearly four months since the outbreak of COVID-19. The reopening for grab-and-go comes as the next step in the Poudre River Libraries plan involving limited capacity and services.

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Bird E-Scooter Program to return to Fort CollinsElectric scooter rental service Bird is resuming its e-scooter services in Fort Collins Wednesday, July 8 as more services and businesses continue to reopen.

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Chronicles of Colorado by Frederick R. RinehartIt's interesting to get an account of places like Denver and Colorado Springs as they were just emerging, and to read about places I go to each year and know that those places have history with very famous people.

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State of Colorado sues JUUL for targeting youth and misrepresenting risks"Addiction to e-cigarettes poses major health risks to Colorado youth," Weiser said. "JUUL must be held accountable for its reckless, deceptive, and unconscionable marketing that specifically targeted youth, downplayed its nicotine content and the presence of dangerous chemicals, and deceptively claimed its products as a healthy alternative to...

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160 southern Colorado business received more than $1 million each in PPP loansMillions of dollars from the Paycheck Protection Program made its way to southern Colorado businesses, but a KRDO analysis of data recently released by the U.S. Treasury shows that some local operations didn't retain any jobs despite taking the money.

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Grains mostly lower, livestock lowerWheat for Jul. was up 2.75 cents at 4.9225 a bushel; Jul. corn was off 1.50 cents at 3.45 a bushel, Jul.

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Colorado sues Juul, claiming it used deceptive marketing and targeted teens to get addictedThe suit says Juul violated the Colorado Consumer Protection Act and is asking the court to keep Juul from being able to continue their "deceptive trade practices and to prevent the undue proliferation of the scourge of e-cigarettes," among other financial claims and relief.

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Shaheen discloses payroll aid loans to family's businessesCONCORD, N.H. — Companies connected to U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen received just under $3 million through the government’s small business lending program aimed at saving jobs during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the senator’s campaign.

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Campaigning during coronavirus, GOP ex-envoy falls shortSALT LAKE CITY — As a once enormously popular governor, scion of a prominent family and ambassador under two presidents to America’s biggest...

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Venezuela high court orders takeover of Guaido's partyCARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuela’s government-stacked Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the takeover of one of the nation’s most prominent...

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Video shows facility staff restraining Black teen who diedSurveillance video released Tuesday shows at least seven men holding down a Black teenager who later died at a youth facility in Michigan.

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Closing Because Of Coronavirus: 2 Sur La Table Stores Liquidating Stock This WeekThe kitchenware stores in Cherry Creek and Lakewood will begin liquidating this week.

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Temporary location opens in Colorado Springs for Pikes Peak Workforce CenterThe Pikes Peak Workforce Center announced Tuesday it has opened a temporary location to help those searching for job opportunities in person.

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DNVR Broncos Podcast: Mike Shanahan's legacyOn the latest edition of the DNVR Broncos Podcast, Zac Stevens and Andrew Mason are coming to you to break down all of the latest news in Broncos Country.

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Coronavirus In Colorado: More Businesses Using Touchless TechnologyIn some cases, customers can pull up a menu, order, and pay - all from their smartphones.

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State of Wyoming proceeds with bid on massive parcel of land, much of which is in ColoradoThe State Loan and Investment Board made up of Gov. Mark Gordon and the other four statewide elected officials faces a Wednesday deadline to bid on Houston-based Occidental Petroleum's holdings along a wide stretch of the former Transcontinental Railroad route in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah.

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In France, study shows virus hit African immigrants hardestLE PECQ, France — Death rates among immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa doubled in France and tripled in the Paris region at the height of...

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Aggressive seaweed smothers one of world's most remote reefsHONOLULU — Researchers say a recently discovered species of seaweed is killing large patches of coral on once-pristine reefs and is rapidly...

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Breonna Taylor's family argues police had no cause for raidLOUISVILLE, Ky. — Louisville police called off a warrant search of Breonna Taylor’s apartment after a drug suspect was located elsewhere, but...

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Street Sweeping Underway In Denver: 3,000 Warnings Issued So FarThe city said street sweeping crews would be back out this week. Remember to check signs before you park, and move your car if you're parked in a sweeping area.

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Colorado Law Students Raise Concerns Over In-Person Bar Exam Amid CoronavirusThe Colorado bar exam is currently scheduled for July 28 to July 29 in Denver and Boulder.

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How often does it hit 100 degrees in Denver?The possibility of 100-degree temperatures this week in Denver raises the question of how often that happens.

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NY, NJ and CT up quarantine rules to visitors from 19 statesNew York, New Jersey and Connecticut have added three new states, Delaware, Kansas and Oklahoma, to their quarantine travel advisory as many areas across the nation continue to see an uptick in coronavirus cases.

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30% of US students don't have resources for e-learning, non-profits hope to close digital divideAccording to a new study from Common Sense Media and Boston Consulting Group, 30% of students in the U.S. either don't have internet access or access to a device adequate for distance learning.

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The best places to find wildflowers in Colorado this summerIt may require a hike but it's worth it to see the flowers blooming in mid - to late July.

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July 7, 2020: 80,000+ Emails Seek Justice For McClain; 'Homegrown Hate' Knocks At The DoorState Rep. Dafna Michaelson Jenet represents the area where Elijah McClain died in police custody.

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Colorado sues e-cigarette maker Juul for deceptive marketing practices that target youthColorado is suing e-cigarette maker Juul Labs, Inc., alleging the company intentionally marketed its products to youth and misrepresented them as a healthy alternative to cigarettes.

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Increase of pink ice on glacier causing climate change concernsThe algae, Chlamydomonas nivalis, makes the ice pink and darker than normal. The darker ice absorbs more of the sun's heat, rather than reflecting the rays back into the atmosphere, causing the ice to melt faster.

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Trump officially moves to withdraw US from World Health OrganizationPresident Donald Trump has notified Congress that he is formally withdrawing the United States from the World Health Organization.

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Governor names three to Colorado Tourism BoardGovernor Jared Polis has filled three seats on the Colorado Tourism Board, naming two recent appointees to full four-year terms and adding a Latina voice to the group overseeing the Colorado Tourism Office.

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Nikola Jokic, after negative COVID-19 testing, not with Nuggets as they head to Orlando, source saysNuggets All-Star Nikola Jokic re-tested negative for COVID-19 but has endured ongoing travel complications as the rest of the team flew to Orlando on Tuesday, a league source confirmed to The Denver Post.

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2 Denver Police Officers Involved In Excessive Force Case Get 10 Day SuspensionsAn excessive force investigation by the Denver Police Department has resulted in the unpaid suspensions of two officers.

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Mary Trump book: "No one is less equipped than my uncle to manage" current situationEarly copies of the book, "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man," slated for publication next week, became available on Tuesday.

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Mt Emma4.48 miles Elevation Gain: 1861'. After summiting Cirque and Gilpin it was still early in the day and the weather seemed to be holding so I decided to try and get one more bicentennial in.

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LIVE: President Donald Trump discusses reopening schools at White House eventOn Tuesday, President Donald Trump will outline his administration's plan to reopen schools at a White House event.

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Cannabis Firm Schwazze Terminates 2 Planned Acquisitions in ColoradoColorado cannabis firm Schwazze has cancelled two planned acquisitions of in-state marijuana businesses, including one of the largest outdoor cannabis farms in North America.

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Colorado Rockies simulation game thread no. 90: Madison Bumgarner vs. Jon GrayAfter losing the series to the Sim Giants last week, the Sim Rockies are looking to take this home series against the Sim Diamondbacks before hitting the road later this week.

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Dry, warm Colorado weather presents high risk of wildfires this weekDry, warm weather is forecasted through the end of the week, with temperatures in Denver expected to stay in the upper 90s and reach triple digits on Friday.

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On the lookout: Colorado Springs police look for stolen commercial trailer; Pueblo police need more info on hit-and-run vehicleA remodeling business in Colorado Springs says their commercial trailer was stolen from their parking lot.

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Loveland Leisure Pool to ReopenThe Chilson Recreation Center is reopening it's leisure pool in Loveland Wednesday, July 8 to provide recreation for the community.

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NY state penalizes Deutsche Bank $150M for Epstein dealingsNew York state says Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay $150 million to settle claims that it broke compliance rules in its dealings with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

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School bus driver was inspired by students to earn a degree, pursue dream of teachingAfter high school, Clayton Ward attended college in Virginia, but the demands of school and work took their toll on him and he left after a few semesters.

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Clear Creek Coroner's Office identifies man who died after diving into St. Mary's Lake on July 4St. Mary's Lake sits below St. Mary's Glacier. Photo from September 2018.

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Dogs could help preschoolers social and emotional development, study findsA study published this week in Pediatric Research points to improvements in toddlers' behavior interacting with others when they have some amount of time spent with the family dog.

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Colorado has increase in coronavirus cases, hospitalizationsHospitalizations in Colorado for COVID-19 have begun to increase for the first time in months, while the state's rate of positive coronavirus test results has jumped since the first week of June, officials said.

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New law permanently expands telehealth coverage in ColoradoColorado lawmakers and Gov. Jared Polis have established a law to permanently expand telehealth coverage across the state.

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Human Caused Fires A Big Concern For Wildfire Managers In Colorado Amid Dry ConditionsWith extreme heat expected to last through the week across the state, those monitoring fire danger are bracing for new starts.

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DeVos rejects part-time reopening for schools amid pandemicEducation Secretary Betsy DeVos on Tuesday assailed plans by some local districts to offer in-person instruction only a few days a week and said schools must be “fully operational” even amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Mary Trump's book offers devastating portrayal of presidentNEW YORK — President Donald Trump’s niece offered a devastating portrayal of him in a book that credits a “perfect storm of catastrophes" for exposing the president at his worst."

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Bear burned in East Canyon Fire recovering 'very well,' Colorado Parks and Wildlife saysColorado Parks and Wildlife said that a yearling bear that was burned during the East Canyon Fire last month is recovering well and should be released in coming weeks.

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Disney World reopens Saturday, what you need to know before you goDisney World is set to reopen in Florida on Saturday after being closed for several months due to COVID-19.

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Downtown areas seeing record-breaking drops in rental prices due to COVID-19Experts say more people are now breaking, renegotiating their leases.

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Colorado Rockies: Bud Black talks 2020 schedule, challengesOn Tuesday morning, Colorado Rockies manager Bud Black offered his thoughts on some of the more interesting points of the condensed 2020 schedule.

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Man injured following shooting at AmericInn in WindsorPolice in Windsor are investigating a shooting that left one man injured early Tuesday morning.

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US nuclear lab investigates breach at plutonium facilityALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Officials at one of the nation’s premier nuclear labs are investigating the potential exposure of employees to plutonium.

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France's Rodin Museum sells bronzes to weather virus crisisPARIS — Unlike other museums thumped by the coronavirus pandemic, Paris’ Rodin Museum might have an ace up its sleeve to help see it through...

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Denver police officers cleared in January shooting of suspected car thiefOfficer Joseph Heckenkamp struck Nico Descheenie, 25, five times after he pointed a gun at himself, at another driver and her 2-year-old daughter and at the officers, according to a 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office letter clearing Heckenkamp of criminal wrongdoing.

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Jimmy John's: Multiple employees fired over video of noose made of bread doughJimmy John's says multiple employees have been fired after a video circulated on social media that showed employees laughing while they made a noose out of bread dough.

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Colorado attorney general sues Juul, claims vape company marketed to kids and downplayed health risksColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser said Tuesday he has filed a lawsuit against Juul that alleges the vaping company marketed its products to kids and downplayed their health risks.

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Colorado Cyclist Hit By SUV Over Weekend Doesn't Understand 'Hatred For Bikers'The Colorado State Patrol is looking for the driver who hit Christopher Jacobs and then drove away.

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'This Is Enough': What 83,000 Emails Ask Of The Colorado Lawmaker Who Represented Elijah McClain"It is breathtaking to see so many people taking their time to reach out," said state Rep.

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Russian court fines coronavirus-denying rebel monkMOSCOW — A Russian court on Tuesday fined a coronavirus-denying monk who has challenged Kremlin lockdown orders for spreading false information about the pandemic.

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Dutch police arrest 6 men, uncover makeshift torture chamberTHE HAGUE, Netherlands — Dutch police arrested six men after discovering sea containers that had been converted into a makeshift prison and sound-proofed “torture chamber” complete with a dentist's chair, tools including pliers and scalpels and handcuffs, a high ranking officer announced Tuesday.

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Colorado AG sues Juul Labs, saying it targeted teens with vaping devicesColorado is suing e-cigarette maker Juul Labs, Inc., alleging the company intentionally marketed its products to youth and misrepresented them as a healthy alternative to cigarettes.

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Colorado sues e-cigarette maker Juul for deceptive marketing practices that target youthColorado is suing e-cigarette maker Juul Labs, Inc., alleging the company intentionally marketed its products to youth and misrepresented them as a healthy alternative to cigarettes.

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As COVID-19 cases rise, a mental health epidemic among frontline healthcare workers may be growing as wellFrontline healthcare workers who have dealt with the worst of the pandemic report feeling mental health effects similar to PTSD.

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Vaccine developer receives $1.6B in Operation Warp Speed funding for COVID-19 treatmentThis is the largest vaccine deal to date with the Trump administration as part of their Operation Warp Speed, which is focused on making a COVID-19 vaccine and treatments available as quickly as possible.

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Critically endangered gorilla pregnant with first baby at New Orleans zooThe Audubon Zoo made the announcement Monday, adding that it will be the first gorilla birth at the facility in 24 years.

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Denver police officers cleared in fatal shooting of suspect in Aurora in JanuaryNico Descheenie, 23, died after he was shot by police for reportedly threatening them with a weapon, authorities said.

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Heat will stay stuck on extra high for July in most of USThe heat is on. And for most of America it’ll stay on through the rest of the month and maybe longer, meteorologists say.

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Movement for Black Lives seeks sweeping legislative changesThis June 13, 2016, file photo shows Drug Enforcement Administration agents in Florida. Proposed federal legislation that would radically transform the nation's criminal justice system through such changes as eliminating agencies like the Drug Enforcement Administration and the use of federal surveillance technology is set to be unveiled...

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Former IT director for Vail arrested on multiple charges, including embezzlement of public propertyThe former IT director for the Town of Vail was arrested in connection to a lengthy investigation that ended with several charges against him, including embezzlement of public property.

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Colorado wide receiver Vontae Shenault arrested on DUI chargeColorado receiver Vontae Shenault was arrested on Sunday morning in Fort Collins, and charged with a DUI...

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Burned bear in Colorado recovering, expected to be releasedA young bear rescued after suffering burns in a Colorado wildfire has shown strong signs of recovery and is expected to be released, wildlife officials said.

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State Fair of Texas officially cancels 2020 season over COVID-19 pandemicThis will be the first time since World War II that the State Fair of Texas has not opened.

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Blackout Day: People of color and allies not spending money, except for at Black-owned businessesPeople of color and allies are participating in Blackout Day on Tuesday to support the African American community and Black-owned businesses.

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Annual Mancos Melt rescheduled for this weekendAfter being canceled this past March because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Mancos Melt has been rescheduled for Saturday, July 11.

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Data-mining firm Palantir files for stealth public offeringThe Silicon Valley data-mining firm Palantir Technologies confidentially filed to go public, setting up what could be the biggest stock offering from a technology company since Uber’s debut last year.

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NY state penalizes Deutsche Bank $150M for Epstein dealingsNEW YORK — Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay $150 million to settle claims that it broke compliance rules in its dealings with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, New York state announced Tuesday.

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Mexico president heads to Washington for meeting with TrumpMEXICO CITY — For his first foreign trip as president, Mexico’s Andrés Manuel López Obrador travels to Washington Tuesday to meet with President Donald Trump, a leader who has repeatedly used Mexico as a piñata to rally his base.

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Atlanta Mayor: No need for troops, despite governor's orderATLANTA — The mayor of Atlanta said Tuesday that she doesn’t agree with the Georgia governor’s order to mobilize the National Guard in her...

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Buffaloes LB Jash Allen enters transfer portalIn Colorado Buffaloes football news, senior linebacker Jash Allen has entered the transer portal, first reported by Adam Munsterteiger of BuffStampede.com.

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As colleges reopen, students could be asked to sign COVID-19 waiversBusinesses have also been turning to these forms in hopes of freeing themselves from legal responsibility if someone catches the virus.

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Father gunned down in New York while holding 6-year-old daughter's handAnthony Robinson, a 29-year-old Brooklyn dad, was shot repeatedly in the Bronx. He was holding his daughter's hand when he was hit.

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Basketball star stepping back to focus on social justice, shoe brand will pay forfeited salaryIn stepping away, Natasha Cloud and other athletes forfeit their salaries from the league. Converse said in a statement they respect Cloud's decision.

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Denver Weather: Hottest Day So Far This Year, Temperatures Approaching 100!Monday tied for the hottest day so far this year in Denver with a high of 97 degrees.

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Judge rejects Dakota Access request for emergency orderFARGO, N.D. — A federal judge on Tuesday rejected a request for an emergency order to delay the process of shutting down the Dakota Access pipeline while attorneys appeal a ruling to shutter the pipeline during the course of an environmental review.

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Police: Man strikes two Black Lives Matter protesters with vehicle on Long IslandA Long Island man is facing assault charges after he struck two Black Lives Matter protesters with his car in Huntington Station on Long Island Monday evening, according to police in Suffolk County.

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Louisville man holds fundraiser to bring books addressing racial equality, social justice to libraryAfter recent events around the country, a Louisville resident has put together a fundraiser to try and get some books which address racial equality and social justice into the Louisville Library.

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COVID-19 Cases Increase in Larimer CountyThe daily average for reported cases over the past few weeks has been five. Additionally, the ages of reported cases have continued to drop with the median age of cases being between 20 and 30 years old.

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Jogger finds human head near intersection in Florida, police investigatingHomicide detectives in Florida are investigating what they say appear to be the discovery of human remains after a jogger found something and notified the St. Petersburg Police Department.

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Possibilities Arrive in the MailYesterday I got GREAT mail, not any diamonds or rubies, but some great stuff appeared in my maimed mailbox.

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Fremont County awarded federal funds under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board ProgramFremont County has been chosen to receive $21,183 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county.

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Colorado's La'Vontae Shenault Arrested on Misdemeanor DUI Charge, MoreFort Collins, Colorado police have arrested Colorado wide receiver La'Vontae Shenault and booked him on misdemeanor offenses of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving without headlamps at night and a driver's license violation.

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Brazil's President Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-19RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro says he has tested positive for COVID-19 after months of downplaying the virus’ severity.

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Germany presses for EU deal on taking in rescued migrantsBERLIN — Germany's interior minister called on his European Union colleagues Tuesday to agree on a better and more just solution for the distribution of migrants rescued while attempting to cross the Mediterranean.

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Chart breaks down how risky everyday activities are for contracting coronavirusThe Texas Medical Association has created a handy chart to help Americans determine how risky everyday activities are when it comes to contracting the novel coronavirus.

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Chiefs, Mahomes agree to 10-year, $503 million extensionThe Kansas City Chiefs made sure they'll have Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes around as long as possible.

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for the coronavirusBrazil's President Jair Bolsonaro reacts during inauguration ceremony at the Planalto Presidential Palace, in Brasilia, Brazil, Tuesday, April 9, 2019.

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Lafayette Library uses neighborhood little libraries to ensure residents get booksWhile the Lafayette Library was closed to the public during the coronavirus pandemic, staff members have been making sure to the community had access to books.

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Coach Mike Shanahan elected to Denver Broncos Ring of FameMike Shanahan, who led the Broncos to Super Bowl titles in back-to-back seasons, has been inducted into the franchise's Ring of Fame, the team announced Tuesday.

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Broomfield seeks input on new ward boundariesBroomfield is seeking public input on three options for redistricting ward boundaries.

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Health panel may open lung cancer screening to more smokersA U.S. health panel wants to widen the number of Americans offered yearly scans for lung cancer by opening the screening to less-heavy smokers.

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Marines: Lockdown at California base lifted, one injured with self-inflicted gunshot woundThe U.S. Marine Corps says it has lifted a "shelter-in-place" order at the Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms, California following earlier reports of an "active shooter."

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Today's Homesteader: Exotic petting zoo opens its doors in CotopaxiOver in Cotopaxi, a man has taken 50 acres, hundreds of animals, and a personal dream and turned it into a mixture of homestead and semi-exotic petting zoo that is now open to the public!

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DNVR Rockies Podcast: Brutal 2020 schedule still hold hope for ColoradoOn this episode of the DNVR Rockies Podcast, Drew Creasman, Patrick Lyons, and Andre Simone break down the 2020 MLB schedule and it is a doozy.

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How You Can Use Vena CBDOver the past few years, a lot of research has been carried out into the effects of CBD.

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Here's a list of every Colorado business that received a Paycheck Protection Program loanColorado small businesses found some financial relief during the coronavirus pandemic thanks to the $600 billion in federal stimulus loans known as the Paycheck Protection Program.

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Iowa's Grassley to skip GOP convention due to virus concernsSen. Chuck Grassley will not attend the Republican National Convention for the first time in his 40-year Senate career due to concerns about the coronavirus.

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Greece: Migrant children head to Portugal after appeal to EUATHENS, Greece — Greek authorities say 25 unaccompanied migrant children are traveling from Athens to Portugal, where they will be given...

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Pikes Peak Summit Complex construction update: Spring 2021 openingThe Pikes Peak Summit Complex, a new visitor center on top the 14er, is still in the midst of construction with a spring 2021 opening date.

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COVID-19 Study: Colorado Has Second-Most Coronavirus RestrictionsNow comes more fuel for the fire: a just-released study that found Colorado has the second-most restrictive COVID-19 rules among the fifty states and the District of Columbia.

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