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Grand Junction Cold Case Murder Of Deborah Tomlinson Solved After 45 YearsThe Grand Junction Police Department says the cold case murder of Deborah Tomlinson has been solved after 45 years.

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The reason coronavirus came roaring back in ColoradoThe prerequisite for this current surge has been in place for a while’.

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Boulder City Council delays Macy's redevelopment voteBoulder City Council members will have to wait a little more than a month to vote on plans to redevelop the Macy’s Inc.

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Poll: Coronavirus-wary Colorado skiers are willing to sit out a seasonThe political strategy firm's survey of 788 skiers - about 480 of them living near ski areas and the rest hailing from the Front Range - showed a surprisingly large number pondering a season on the sidelines.

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Danone extends parental leave benefits to manufacturing workersDanone North America, a food and beverage producer headquartered in Broomfield, has extended parental leave benefits to 3,500 manufacturing employees, making the benefits now available to all 5,700 company workers in the United States.

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Tree From Colorado Finally Decorated and Lit On White House LawnA 55-foot-tall Engleman spruce from Colorado is now brightening the west lawn at the White House.

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Colorado expects first doses of COVID-19 vaccine in about 10 days, local health officials sayLocal public health officials expect Colorado will receive the first batch of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine in about 10 days, pending federal approval, and it's estimated the state could see between 47,000 to 150,000 doses in that initial shipment.

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Ball's infinitely recyclable cup coming to Raiders' stadiumBall Corp. and Molson Coors Brewing Co. have inked a deal to provide its infinitely recyclable aluminum cup, which debuted last year at University of Colorado football games, to Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, home to the National Football League’s Raiders.

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Colorado lawmakers water down counties' requirement for aidColorado's three-day special legislative session finished Wednesday with lawmakers watering down one of the most contentious parts of their $200 million-plus package aimed at providing economic relief during the coronavirus crisis.

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December Nature Almanac: Singin' in the Rain, Snow, SleetIt’s 20 degrees outside but suddenly the frozen world vibrates with music.

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Keep it Simple is the mantra for game-planning in the Pac-12Pac-12 coaches have had to keep game planning simple as schedules shift, sometimes on the fly, during a truncated and uncertain season.

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Who did it? TV viewers intrigued by HBO's 'The Undoing'NEW YORK — The dramatic conclusion to “The Undoing, ” HBO's whodunit starring Hugh Grant and Nicole Kidman, proved how it's still possible to bring people together in today's fragmented television world.

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Ex-French leader Valery Giscard d'Estaing dies at age 94PARIS — Valery Giscard d’Estaing, the president of France from 1974 to 1981 who became a champion of European integration, has died at the age of 94, his office and the French presidency announced Wednesday night.

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Gloria Estefan reveals she caught COVID-19, is now recoveredMIAMI — Singer and businesswoman Gloria Estefan said on Wednesday that she spent much of November in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19, days after dining outdoors at a Miami-area restaurant.

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Rafer Johnson, 1960 Olympic decathlon champion, dies at 86LOS ANGELES — Rafer Johnson, who won the decathlon at the 1960 Rome Olympics and helped subdue Robert F. Kennedy’s assassin in 1968, died...

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Ski ReportHyland Hills Ski Area — Wed 9:54a machine groomed 15-15 base 4 of 14 trails, 29% open, 2 of 8 lifts, Wed-Thu: 1p-9p; Fri: 9:30a-9p; Sat: 9a-9p Sun: 9a-5p; Open Wed-Sun.

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Reward Increased To $75,000 In Maggie Long CaseThe Park County Sheriff's Office says a reward for information regarding the suspects in Maggie Long's death is now $75,000.

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NASA: Mystery object is 54-year-old rocket, not asteroidCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A mysterious object temporarily orbiting Earth is a 54-year-old rocket, not an asteroid after all, astronomers confirmed Wednesday.

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Colorado Food Cluster Delivers Meals To Students In Need During Remote LearningWith most children learning from home during the coronavirus pandemic, many students aren't getting the meals they typically would at school.

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New vehicle sales in state decline 15%Colorado’s new vehicle market declined 15% in the first 10 months of 2020.

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COVID In Denver: Rules Change To Allow For Late Alcohol DeliveryDenverites can now get alcohol delivered from restaurants beyond their closing time. Right now, under coronavirus restrictions, restaurants must close their doors by 8 p.m.

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Balfour at Lavender Farms chef creates massive 'Sugar Village'The executive chef of Balfour at Lavender Farms in Louisville, Chalio Contreras, and his culinary staff have created a massive, 22-foot by 5 foot Balfour Sugar Village for residents to view and enjoy during the holidays.

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Pandemic Parenting Is Parenting On The Fly. Here's How 2 Colorado Moms Are Living With ItParents, you aren't alone. Colorado Matters checks in with two working moms we first spoke to in the summer to see how things are going several months into the pandemic.

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Federal Prosecutors Won't Seek Death Penalty In Trial Of Alleged Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood ShooterA one-sentence court document submitted Wednesday by Colorado U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn, does not elaborate further on the decision.

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Landscaping companies seeing demand for Christmas light installation, tips to avoid scamsCOLORADO SPRINGS — With the holiday season upon us, families are proudly displaying their Christmas light displays, and as the pandemic continues landscaping businesses say they're seeing a huge demand.

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SEE IT: Grinch, Gingerbread Man and Santa Visit EvergreenTen tons of ice were carved and sculpted into wintery Christmas scenes and characters in Evergreen.

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COVID In Colorado: Want To Visit Aspen? Bring Your Documentation That You Tested Negative For CoronavirusIf you want to visit Pitkin County and are coming from outside that county, or outside Eagle or Garfield counties, you will need an affidavit that proves you test negative for COVID-19.

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Rittenhouse's attorney attempts to dismiss 2 charges ahead of pretrial hearingKyle Rittenhouse's attorney has filed a motion to dismiss two charges late Tuesday.

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Pastor traveling to homeless encampments to spread hopePastor Josh gutted and painted an old bus, and turned it into a rolling of beacon of hope.

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COVID In Colorado: Longmont City Council Discusses Resolution To Demand Weld County Compliance With Level Red RestrictionsThe Longmont City Council discussed a resolution that would force Weld County to comply with Level Red restrictions.

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The Sundance Film Festival goes largely virtual for 2021Leave the snow boots, parkas and glove warmers in the closet, the 2021 Sundance Film Festival is coming down from the mountain and straight to your living room.

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Midday fireball, boom thrill gazers from Ontario to VirginiaSYRACUSE, N.Y. — A noontime boom that was heard and felt from southern Ontario to Virginia was likely caused by a disintegrating meteor, according to an organization in western New York that keeps track of such phenomena.

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First Tier Of Job Cuts At RTD BeginRTD will soon start laying off employees this week as it tries to make up a budget shortfall from the coronavirus pandemic.

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Waldorf school navigates virtual learningCOLORADO SPRINGS — As we work to rebound from the pandemic, we look for ways to learn from others on how we can move forward and do our best in the midst of things.

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Daytona 500 to limit fan capacity in 2021 due to COVID-19The Daytona International Speedway announced the Daytona 500 will have limited fan capacity next year due to COVID-19.

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KUSA and KTVD off the air for DirecTV subscribersKUSA and KTVD, channels 9 and 20, are not available to DirecTV customers.

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Dr. Dave Hnida: Adult Behavior Could Determine When Colorado Students Return To ClassroomsWhat really needs to happen is to have the numbers surrounding the pandemic drop in Colorado, especially the positivity rates which is currently above 11% for the state's seven day number.

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Colorado lawmakers pass 10 bills aimed at COVID-19 pandemic relief in 2020 special sessionColorado lawmakers passed 10 bills in the three-day 2020 special session that adjourned Wednesday which allocate around $300 million in relief spending toward small business, housing, child care and other sectors deeply affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Judge says no to digging up remains of President HardingMARION, Ohio — U.S. President Warren G. Harding's remains will stay right where they have lain since 1927 after a judge rejected a request to...

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Nurses wanted: Swamped hospitals scramble for pandemic helpOMAHA, Neb. — U.S. hospitals slammed with COVID-19 patients are trying to lure nurses and doctors out of retirement, recruiting students and...

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

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Colorado lawmakers OK COVID-19 aid, say more is neededDENVER — In an effort to keep Colorado residents fed and employed this winter, the state Legislature concluded a special session Wednesday by...

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Fireball lights up skies over parts of the US, CanadaDespite the midday sun, the fireball was clearly visible in videos captured at the time of the event.

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Web series 'Music in Transit' keeps Indiana musicians in spotlight during pandemicBefore the pandemic, local film maker Jake Huber and live venue owner Mike Angel launched the web tv series called 'Music in Transit' a way to highlight the Circle City's musicians as they perform live shows on IndyGo buses and bus stops.

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Traveling nurses in high demand to battle COVID-19As a former traveling nurse, Samantha Hessing said several companies reach out to her almost every day with offers to send her to hospitals that are in dire need while battling COVID-19.

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Dept. of Transportation tightens definition of service animals allowed on planes"This final rule defines a service animal as a dog, regardless of breed or type, that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a qualified individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability."

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Furloughed Philharmonic musician finds new purpose by composing country-folk albumThe pandemic has put live music on hold indefinitely and has put the careers of many musical artists in limbo, but the uncertainty has allowed some to find a new musical purpose.

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COVID In Colorado: Lawsuit Forces Weld County To Upgrade Jail ProtectionsThe Weld County Jail qualified for "outbreak" status as determined by the state health department shortly after the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

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WHO: Anyone over 12 should wear a mask inside and outside as COVID cases continue to surgeThe World Health Organization updated its guidelines on mask wearing Tuesday, recommending that anyone over the age of 12 wear a mask indoor and outdoor, as well as inside your home if its ventilated poorly.

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Online platform HUED connects patients of color with doctorsAn online platform called HEUD is connecting patients of color with doctors and it's seeing record growth during the pandemic.

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Experts expect mortgage rates to remain low for first half of 2021If you're looking to buy a home, experts say the first few months of the year are the time to do it, because mortgage rates are expected to remain low.

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State Bans Coroner Shannon Kent From Private Business After Remains, Waste Found At Home-Based Colorado Funeral HomeIn the basement of Shannon Kent's family residence, investigators found an unrefrigerated body, mounds of used medical gloves and body bags, tilting stacks of paperwork, and pools of body fluid on the floor.

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US Capitol Christmas tree lit without spectatorsThe tree was officially cut on November 5 before making the cross-country trek to Washington, DC.

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Infections are a threat to hospitals struggling with COVID-19"That includes things like dealing with the problems that are before us now, things like antibiotic resistance that kills too many Americans every day and preparing for things we don't know about by having good surveillance programs and public health infrastructure," said Dr. Helen Boucher, Infectious Diseases Chief at Tufts Medical Center.

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Kyle Stannert Named as New Fort Collins Deputy City ManagerKyle holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha bringing 20 years of experience in a multitude of levels of government operations to Fort Collins.

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Dec. 2, 2020: The Pandemic Parental Juggling Act; Walden Was Once Bustling, What Happened?We check back in with two working parents who have juggled their children's remote learning, among other things.

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ACLU of Colorado asks judge to force Polis to release some state prisoners amid coronavirusThe American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado asked District Judge Kandace Gerdes to force the governor to release or transfer incarcerated people who do not pose a threat to public safety in a motion for a preliminary injunction filed Wednesday.Â.

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Fremont County to move into "high risk" level on state COVID-19 dial FridayOn Tuesday, November 18, 2020 Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced the addition of Purple - Extreme Risk to our COVID-19 dial.

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Restaurant jaunts create credibility issue for politiciansSAN FRANCISCO — Their messaging has been clear: wear a mask, stay 6 feet apart from others, and most importantly: stay home!

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VIRUS TODAY: Hospitals desperate for help as cases pile upHere's what's happening Wednesday with the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.

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Lon Adams, Slim Jim jerky recipe creator, dies of COVID-19RALEIGH, N.C. — Alonzo “Lon” T. Adams II, the man who created the formula for Slim Jim beef jerky sticks, has died from complications of COVID-19.

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Grains mostly higher and livestock mixedWheat for Dec. was advanced 12.50 cents at 5.78 a bushel; Dec. corn was up 4.25 cents at 4.19 a bushel, Dec.

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Lon Adams, Slim Jim jerky recipe creator, dies of COVID-19RALEIGH, N.C. — Alonzo "Lon" T. Adams II, the man who created the formula for Slim Jim beef jerky sticks, has died from complications of COVID-19.

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'Venmo Challenge' In Denver: Instagram Influencer Jessi Jean Shocks Server With $1,500 TipIn a time when many restaurants and servers are struggling to survive, the "Venmo Challenge" is coming to the rescue.

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Here are the 10 COVID-19 relief bills Colorado lawmakers just passedColorado lawmakers gave final passage to 10 bills and more than $300 million in spending on Wednesday, the third and final day of the special legislative session for COVID-19 relief.

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Trump raises $170 million since Election Day; money helps pay down debt and new PACWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has raised roughly $170 million since his Election Day defeat, a sum garnered through a nonstop stream of solicitations that have falsely claimed the election was stolen while requesting contributions for an "election defense fund."

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Planned Parenthood shooting: U.S. won't seek death penalty for Robert DearFederal prosecutors said Wednesday they will not seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing three people and injuring nine others at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs in 2015.

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Woodland Park School District ends contract with superintendentWOODLAND PARK — The Woodland Park School District ended its contract with its superintendent Tuesday night during a Board of Education meeting, according to a release.

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Norwegian suspends most cruises through March 2021Norwegian Cruise Lines announced they are extending their suspension of all cruises until at least March 2021, as coronavirus cases remain high in the US and around the world.

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Hungarian politician resigns party after Belgium party bustBUDAPEST, Hungary — A former European Parliament lawmaker from Hungary resigned from his country’s ruling party Wednesday after being swept up in a scandal involving what media reports called an orgy that police in Brussels broke up last week amid Belgium’s covornavirus lockdown.

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One-Time $375 Stimulus Payments For Qualifying Unemployed Coloradans Distributed This WeekThe State of Colorado is beginning to pay qualified Coloradans $375 this week in an effort to curb the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Colorado public health agencies lay out plans for COVID-19 vaccine rolloutPublic health agencies throughout Colorado are laying out plans for distributing a COVID-19 vaccine in both urban and rural areas as several vaccine candidates seek emergency authorization from the Food and Drug Administration.

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Two engines, 12 cars on freight train derail in New MexicoTwo engines and 12 empty cars that were part of a Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight train derailed in the southern New Mexico community of Vado early Wednesday morning, the railroad said.

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Two longtime Democratic New Mexico senators vacate seats earlyA longtime New Mexico state senator has announced he is retiring from his position and will step down a month before his four-year term was scheduled to expire after losing his bid this year for re-election.

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New Mexico jail seeks to return stolen money to inmatesOfficials seek to return money that was stolen from inmates' accounts at the Bernalillo County jail over several years.

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Ohio woman who held party with 150 guests amid pandemic convicted of violating state health ordersA Hudson woman who hosted a large house party at a rental home in October was convicted in Stow Municipal Court Tuesday for violating state health orders to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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Holiday spending: How to budget and stay positive during the pandemicFinance and mental health experts are giving tips on how to budget and stay positive this holiday season.

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Valparaiso selects CU VP Jose Padilla as next presidentThe board of directors of Valparaiso University have named Josà D. Padilla as the school's next president, it announced Wednesday.

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US won't seek death penalty in Planned Parenthood caseFederal prosecutors said Wednesday they will not seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing three people and injuring nine others at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado in 2015.

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US appeals court rules judge wrongly halted NC voter IDRALEIGH, N.C. — A federal judge wrongly blocked North Carolina's latest photo voter identification law, an appeals court ruled Wednesday, deciding she erred when declaring the requirement was tainted by racial bias because a previous voter ID law had been struck down on similar grounds.

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In farewell address, Sen. Lamar Alexander calls for bipartisanship, 'change in behavior'WASHINGTON — Retiring U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander, R-Tennessee, gave his farewell address from the Senate floor Wednesday morning, urging for a "change of behavior."

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Police: Mother suspected of locking her son up for 28 years in SwedenSTOCKHOLM — Swedish police are investigating a woman in her 70s who is suspected of having kept her son locked up — reportedly for 28 years — in an apartment south of Stockholm.

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Colorado Program Offers Free Help Sorting Through Medicare OptionsThe State Health Assistance Program, or SHIP, provides free, unbiased assessments of Medicare benefit plans.

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Challenging indie film 'Black Bear' hibernates after fierce first halfPlaza explores her dark side as Allison, a manipulative actress, and filmmaker who rents a home from Blair and her husband, Gabe to shoot a mysterious new project.

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Colorado Photographer Ross Bernards Says He Watched Now-Famous Monolith In Utah Fall To The GroundColorado adventure and outdoor lifestyle photographer Ross Bernards told CNN he saw the monolith being removed by a group of four last Friday night.

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Beth Bowlen Wallace hints at possible sale of Denver Broncos being best path forwardBeth Bowlen Wallace issued a statement Wednesday in which she said that her late father, Pat Bowlen, "would never have accepted the team's current state" and hinted that a possible sale of the team to new ownership would be the best path moving forward.

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Trump headed to Georgia Saturday to rally for Republicans in runoff electionThe president will be headlining a rally for GOP senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler who are both facing strong Democratic challengers in Georgia's January 5 runoff election.

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Colorado Springs Police Help Reunite Family With Stolen Dog, Burglary Suspect At LargeA Colorado family has been reunited with its dog after the animal was stolen from their home.

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Rafer Johnson, 1960 Olympic decathlon champion, dies at 86LOS ANGELES — Rafer Johnson, who won the decathlon at the 1960 Rome Olympics and helped subdue Robert F. Kennedy's assassin in 1968, has died.

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For Colorado's ski patrollers, masked due to COVID-19, the beards had to goOf 56 patrollers at A-Basin, 47 forced to shave.

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Technology helping the deaf community navigate life in the pandemicThe pandemic has brought on communication challenges for people in the deaf community.

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DNVR Broncos Podcast: What does Drew Lock need to show the final five games?On 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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'My God, we're scared': Serial attacks put a suburb on edgeWALTHAM, Mass. — The attacks come after dark, without warning, usually from behind.

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San Francisco bans smoking inside apartments; pot smoking OKSAN FRANCISCO — City officials in San Francisco have banned all tobacco smoking inside apartments, citing concerns about secondhand smoke.

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Police guide that calls BLM a terrorist group draws outrageIOWA CITY, Iowa — A prominent law enforcement training group is promoting a lengthy research document riddled with falsehoods and conspiracies that urges local police to treat Black Lives Matter activists as terrorists plotting a violent revolution.

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Federal prosecutors rule out death penalty in Robert Dear caseDENVER — Federal prosecutors have ruled out the death penalty for the confessed gunman in the Colorado Springs 2015 Planned Parenthood shooting, according to a court filing submitted Wednesday.

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Couple exchanges vows from a distance after bride contracts coronavirusEven a coronavirus diagnosis couldn't stop one California couple from saying "I do."

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Elevations Credit Union Recognized for World-Class Performance Serving MembersBoulder-based financial institution Elevations Credit Union has received the 2020 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recently for its organizational performance excellence.

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Congressman Joe Neguse Calls For A National Biodiversity Strategy, Rejoining Paris Climate AgreementThe resolution sets a goal to conserve 30 percent of United States lands and oceans by 2030.

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Death penalty ruled out for Robert Dear, man accused of killing 3 at Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinicThe man accused of shooting and killing three people in 2015 at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs will not face the death penalty, the U.S. Department of Justice ruled Wednesday.

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Planned Parenthood Attack: Federal Prosecutors Won't Seek Death Penalty For Robert DearFederal prosecutors will not seek the death penalty in the federal case against the accused Planned Parenthood shooter.

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A day at Denver's cult-favorite Bakery Four in HighlandShawn Bergin and his wife Alex Urdanick, owners of Bakery Four in Denver, prepare for a long line of customers who consistently arrive prior to the shop opening in order to get pastries before they sell out on Nov.

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Mark Kelly sworn in as Arizona's newest senatorMark Kelly, a former astronaut and husband of former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, will be sworn in as a U.S. senator on Wednesday afternoon.

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WWE Hall of Famer, first openly gay wrestling star, Pat Patterson, dies at 79WWE Hall of Famer Pat Patterson, who is considered to be the first openly gay wrestling star, has passed away at the age of 79, the company announced Wednesday.

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22nd Judicial District in Cortez holds court remotelyThe 22nd Judicial District has implemented an order to conduct all court cases remotely because of the increase in COVID-19 cases in Montezuma and Dolores counties.

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Sick Of Congestion On I-270? CDOT Wants To Hear From YouIf you drive Interstate 270, the Colorado Department of Transportation wants to hear from you.

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Westbound I-70 exit to Brighton Blvd. to shut down MondayThe westbound Interstate 70 off ramp to Brighton Boulevard will close at 7 p.m. on Monday and it will not reopen until the summer of 2021.

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CDC urges Americans to avoid travel during winter holiday season"The best thing for Americans to do in the upcoming holiday season is to stay at home and not travel,'' said Dr. Henry Walke, CDC's COVID-19 incident manager, during a news briefing Wednesday."

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US envoy: Afghan, Taliban team ready to set talks agendaISLAMABAD — The U.S. envoy who brokered the ongoing peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban said Wednesday the two sides have overcome a three-month impasse and agreed on rules and procedures for the negotiations.

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Colorado Enters The Deep Freeze! How Long Does This Last?A storm system that passed over Colorado on Tuesday brought cold air. Another storm passing on Wednesday is bringing even colder air.

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Colorado Springs higher ed institutions team up on first-of-its-kind collaborationA community college, a state research university, a private liberal arts school and a U.S. military academy have joined forces in Colorado Springs for the betterment of their community and student bodies.

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COVID In Colorado: Coronavirus Measures Agreed Upon By ACLU, Weld County SheriffThe ACLU of Colorado and the Weld County Sheriff's office have reached an agreement to implement measures at the county's jail to better protect inmates from the coronavirus pandemic.

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New study looks to improve pediatric heart defectKarson, an 11-month-old baby, is showing progress. It is yet another example of how, this year, doctors are making amazing strides in so many ways.

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31% of Colorado skiers considering not skiing due to COVID-19 concerns, reservationsDENVER — A new survey shows that 31`% of Colorado skiers and snowboarders are considering not hitting the slopes this season due to the coronavirus, with their concerns mostly about others not following health guidelines and resorts' reservation systems.

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Frontier Airlines will feature Rockefeller Christmas tree owl on plane tailRocky, an owl that was discovered in the Rockefeller Christmas tree a few weeks ago, will be featured on the tail of one of Frontier Airlines' new airplanes.

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Colorado, Christmas 2019In 2019, as we had been blessed to do so many other times in recent years, my parents and I spent Christmas in Colorado Springs with my grandmother.

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More apartments headed to Colorado Springs' busy north sideA company known for its ties to football as well as residential and commercial development plans a new apartment complex for InterQuest on the north side, Â an area that's become one of Colorado Springs' hottest commercial centers.

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Restaurant distributors team up to feed laid off employeesRestaurant distributors are teaming up to feed an industry that is out of work after indoor dining restrictions led to mass layoffs.

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Colorado state parks have been breaking annual records left and rightColorado state parks continue to see huge increases in visitation this year, so much so that by the end of October, 13 of the 15 parks in the northeast region surpassed the highest 12-month totals they’d recorded in the past four years.

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City Of Aurora Asks For Dismissal Of Wrongful Death Lawsuit By Elijah McClain's FamilyThe dismissal filing claims that Elijah McClain's death was not caused by deliberate and discriminatory actions by the Aurora police officers involved.

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Obama criticizes use of ‘snappy' slogans like ‘defund the police' to make policy changeFormer President Barack Obama is cautioning activists against using slogans like "defund the police" to achieve policy changes.

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Vaccine 1st puts spotlight on German pharma company BioNTechMAINZ, Germany — The email that arrived in the ancient German city of Mainz shortly before 1 a.m.

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St. Paul police chief: Officer shouldn't have shot Black manST. PAUL, Minn. — A St. Paul officer who shot and wounded a Black man who emerged naked from a dumpster while being sought in connection with...

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UN agency removes cannabis from strictest drug categoryBERLIN — The U.N. Commission on Narcotic Drugs voted Wednesday to remove cannabis and cannabis resin from a category of the world's most dangerous drugs, which could impact the global medical marijuana industry.

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Stay home for the holidays or get tested twice, CDC urgesHealth officials on Wednesday urged Americans to stay home over the upcoming holiday season and consider getting tested for coronavirus before and after if they do decide to travel.

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Naval Academy midshipman reaches a milestone for Black womenANNAPOLIS, Md. — Midshipman Sydney Barber had her doubts about applying for the top student leadership position at the U.S. Naval Academy.

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US tightens definition of service animals allowed on planesThe government has decided that when it comes to air travel, only dogs can be service animals, and companions used for emotional support don't count.

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Colorado state parks set new annual visitation records in 2020Colorado state parks broke annual visitation records in 2020 after the coronavirus pandemic sent people outdoors.

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Colorado state parks have been breaking annual records left and rightColorado state parks continue to see huge increases in visitation this year, so much so that by the end of October, 13 of the 15 parks in the northeast region surpassed the highest 12-month totals they’d recorded in the past four years.

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Teachers reflect on struggles that students face learning in 2020It's been long, challenging year for teachers like Staroska across the country. Regardless of whether learning is occurring in-person or virtually, many educators are worried the pressures of the pandemic are dramatically impacting student's academic progress.

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Petition Filed To Change Name Of Mount Evans To Mount Blue SkyTwo Colorado Indian tribes have filed an official petition with the U.S. Board of Geographic Names to change the name of Mount Evans.

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Sheriff: 5-year-old struck and killed after being forced out of car as punishmentA 5-year-old boy was struck and killed by a vehicle on a busy Alabama highway Sunday night after reportedly being forced out of a car as punishment.

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COVID In Colorado: Arts Through It All Holiday Campaign Designed To Help Struggling Cultural GroupsThe Arts Through It All holiday campaign launched Tuesday to help organizations across Colorado trying to keep operating during the pandemic.

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2021 Poudre River Forum CanceledThe Poudre River Forum Committee and Poudre Runs Through It Study and Action Work Group have chosen not to host the Poudre River Forum in 2021 due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and its nature virtual events.

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New website shows just how unsafe that holiday party could be and the risk of coronavirusAs health experts warn about rising coronavirus cases from spread at indoor gatherings, a new website backed by recent research is trying to help people understand just how many people in what size space is risky for infection.

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Just how bad are the Arizona Wildcats?The Colorado Buffaloes are a surprising 3-0 on the season. Considering the upcoming opponent on Saturday, they're heavily favored to make that four games undefeated.

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Officials think 20M in US will get first dose of vaccine by end of month, 100M vaccinated by MarchThe Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Defense will hold a joint press briefing Tuesday regarding "Operation Warp Speed" — the federal government effort to develop and distribute a COVID-19 vaccine.

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Broomfield City Council approves 2021 city and county budgetBroomfield City Council approved the 2021 proposed city and county budget Tuesday evening with a 9-1 vote.

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Denver Ranked 3rd Best City For Singles In New ReportDating during a global pandemic brings its own unique challenges. If you're dating in Denver, there is a silver lining.

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US lawmakers unveil anti-slavery constitutional amendmentNEW YORK — National lawmakers are expected on Wednesday to introduce a joint resolution aimed at striking language from the U.S. Constitution...

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Putin orders 'large-scale' vaccination of doctors, teachersMOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered the start of a “large-scale” COVID-19 vaccination of doctors and teachers late...

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Colorado Doctor Warns Of 'Surge On Top Of A Surge' In Early DecemberQuarantine and test, that's the advice from CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida if you traveled for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Royal Gorge Route Railroad reports 3 employees test positive for COVID-19CANON CITY — Three staff members with the Royal Gorge Route Railroad have tested positive for COVID-19 in November, according to a release.

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DNVR Rockies Podcast: How the national narratives about the Colorado Rockies are evolvingAfter Nolan Arenado and Larry Walker compete in a digital home run derby competition, Drew and Patrick parse the words of one Chris Russo who seems to represent a national media base that still has a lot to learn about the Colorado Rockies...

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'Tennis Is Booming': USTA's Leah Friedman On The Rise Of Tennis Racquet Sales During COVID-19Tennis racquet sales have soared during the COVID-19 pandemic because it is a socially distanced sport people can still play inside or outside.

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Trump threatens to veto defense bill over social media protectionsWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is threatening to veto a defense policy bill unless it ends protections for internet companies that shield them from being held liable for material posted by their users.

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COVID In Summit County: Officials Say Capacity Restrictions Keeping Transmission Rates LowDining and ski restrictions in Summit County are an added strain on local businesses, but officials say the rules on the mountain are keeping COVID-19 transmission rates low.

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Valparaiso U selects Jose Padilla as next presidentVALPARAISO, Ind. — The board of directors of Valparaiso University have named Josà D. Padilla as the school's next president, it announced Wednesday.

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Who, when and how? A look at the UK's vaccination rolloutLONDON — British regulators have become the first to approve the COVID-19 vaccine developed by American drugmaker Pfizer and Germany’s...

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Containment at Cameron Peak Fire — state's largest wildfire on record — increases to 97%The Cameron Peak Fire's containment level is now at 97%, fire officials announced Wednesday morning.

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The US reported about 2,500 COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, the highest number since MayThe U.S. reported 2,473 deaths caused by COVID-19 on Tuesday, the highest number of deaths linked to the virus in a single day since the height of the pandemic in May.

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3 Royal Gorge Route staff members test positive for COVID-19; guests on train may have been exposedThree staff members of the Royal Gorge Route Railroad have tested positive for COVID-19 and those who were guests of the train from Nov.

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State Lawmaker Says Relief Is On The Way for Small Businesses: 'Don't Shutter Yet'A bill that would provide $57 million in aid for small businesses could be on Gov.

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Colorado state parks set new annual visitation records in 2020Colorado state parks broke annual visitation records in 2020 after the coronavirus pandemic sent people outdoors.

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Can the campaign for Colorado's paid family leave law be a model for other states?Even libertarians supported the measure.

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Iran's president opposes bill that would boost enrichmentTEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday expressed his opposition to a bill approved by parliament the previous day to suspend U.N. inspections and boost uranium enrichment, saying it would be “harmful” to diplomatic efforts aimed at restoring the 2015 nuclear deal and easing U.S. sanctions.

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EU looks forward to Biden resetting trans-Atlantic relationsBRUSSELS — The European Union is grasping the imminent arrival of the incoming Biden administration as a moment to reset relations with the...

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Woman who fled business fraud sentencing seeks early releaseCOLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio woman who fled the United States for Mexico ahead of her sentencing in one of the biggest corporate fraud cases in decades is asking for early release from prison, citing poor health and fear of contracting the coronavirus behind bars.

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AJ's Grayton Beach along with Road Dogg Rescue Hosting Free Holiday Photos with 'Santa Paws'SANTA ROSA BEACH, Fla., Dec. 2, 2020 — This Sunday, December 6, AJ’s Grayton Beach will be holding a special holiday photo event with “Santa Paws.” Santa will be on site at AJ’s Grayton Beach from 12 p.m.

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Denver bakeries are building cult-followings during the pandemicCustomers are waiting to try doughnuts, breads and muffins from Good Bread, Bakery Four, Reunion Bread and other Denver-area bakeries.

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Stimulus Package Update: Lawmakers Announce Bipartisan Coronavirus Relief PlanCentrist Democrats and Republicans announced a $908 billion plan to address COVID relief that would help state and local governments, small businesses and individuals.

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Doctor pushes back against Trump's false claim that hospital overflow in parking garage is 'fake'LAS VEGAS — A doctor in Reno is pushing back against President Donald Trump's false claim that his photo of an overflow site set up in his hospital's paring garage that was necessitated by a surge in COVID-19 cases is "fake."

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Colorado Springs police searching for 12-year-old boy last seen early WednesdayThe Colorado Springs Police Department is asking for the public's help finding a 12-year-old boy who was last seen Wednesday morning.

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Geminids meteor shower to start Friday, will peak in two weeksHere's when to watch in Colorado and some NASA tips to make the viewing better.

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Colorado begins issuing one-time payment to those hit hardest by pandemicCOLORADO SPRINGS — One-time payments aimed at assisting Coloradans who have faced particular hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic have started to be issued by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.

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Canon City Police Department: Arrest made for assault, domestic violenceNov. 27-30 200 Blk. of Breyfogle Ct, Theft, no arrests were made. 800 Blk. of Briarwood Cir, Motor Vehicle Theft, no arrests were made.

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What is DoorDash's "Denver fee" charge on delivery food?DoorDash has started charging customers an extra "Denver fee" for delivery food after the city capped their commissions.

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Ground Stop, Delay At DIA Were Due To FAA Facility Cleaning After Positive COVID TestAfter a Federal Aviation Administration employee tested positive for COVID-19, a ground stop was put into effect at Denver International Airport for a short time on Tuesday.

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NYC bar owner who defied coronavirus restrictions arrestedNEW YORK — An owner of a New York City bar that was providing indoor service in defiance of coronavirus restrictions was arrested after a sting in which plainclothes officers went inside and ordered food and beverages, the city sheriff's office said.

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Reflections From the Women's Suffrage CentennialCherry Sokoloski As the women's suffrage centennial year winds down, there are so many things to reflect upon.

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Colorado Springs police searching for 12-year-old boy last seen Wednesday morningThe Colorado Springs Police Department is asking for the public's help finding a 12-year-old boy who was last seen Wednesday morning.

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Flurries possible in Denver Wednesday afternoon, more accumulation expected in southeast ColoradoWhile light snow may briefly fall over Denver Wednesday, some southeastern counties in Colorado are under a Winter Weather Advisory and could see up to four inches of snow and 40 mph winds.

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COVID Takes Heavy Toll On Colorado Health Care Workers: 'Like Living A Nightmare'Colorado was among the 34 states and one U.S. territory that reported at least one record high day of COVID-19 hospitalizations during November.

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Nightmares and tears: Covid-19 takes a heavy toll on health care workers in ColoradoCNN)Dr. Shannon Tapia, a geriatrician in Denver, cries as she talks about her work with the elderly during the Covid-19 crisis in Colorado, where hospitalizations and case rates are soaring.

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Geminids meteor shower to start Friday, will peak in two weeksHere's when to watch in Colorado and some NASA tips to make the viewing better.

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Colorado's governor says prisoners won't be prioritized for a coronavirus vaccine. A state plan outlines otherwise.Gov. Jared Polis’ comments Tuesday run counter to the ethical framework in a plan drafted by his administration.

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Denver restaurant rules: Outdoor dining allowed under Level Red COVID-19 restrictionsGreenhouses, igloos, canopies, umbrellas, and tents with two non-adjacent sides open are allowed according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

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Colorado Springs agencies intend to continue expanded rental assistance programsWith job loss and other economic strains occurring since the pandemic was identified nine months ago, people who were doing OK making their rent before COVID-19 have been forced to borrow money from family, run up credit card balances and turn to programs like Westside CARES.

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Colorado Springs weather: Freezing wind and possible snow flurries WednesdayAlthough Monday's high was 51 degrees, overnight snow and freezing temperatures are likely early Tuesday in Colorado Springs, which could potentially impact morning commutes.

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More Priests Named, Including Father Woody, In New Colorado Child Sex Abuse ReportAn updated report through the Colorado Attorney General's Office names nine more priests accused of sexual allegations from many years ago.

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People magazine reveals its '2020 People of the Year'LOS ANGELES — People magazine has named Dr. Anthony Fauci, Selena Gomez, Regina King and George Clooney as the "2020 People of the Year."

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Report: Climate change damaging more World Heritage sitesGENEVA — Climate change is increasingly damaging the U.N.’s most cherished heritage sites, a leading conservation agency warned Wednesday,...

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People magazine reveals its '2020 People of the Year'LOS ANGELES — People magazine has named George Clooney, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Selena Gomez and Regina King as the “2020 People of the Year.”.

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Austria to allow Christmas skiing but many restrictions stayVIENNA — Austria will allow skiing to start on Dec. 24, but will limit the capacity of ski lifts and keep restaurants, bars and hotels largely closed until early January, officials said Wednesday.

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Olympic fans from abroad may have health tracked by appTOKYO — A mobile app could be among the measures used to track the health of fans from abroad if they are permitted to attend next year's Tokyo Olympics.

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Israeli lawmakers take a step toward new national electionsJERUSALEM — Israel took a major step toward plunging into its fourth national election in under two years on Wednesday as lawmakers.

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Casanova: Rapper wanted by FBI in connection with New York gang chargesProsecutors charged 18 alleged members of the Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation Gang with committing various racketeering, murder, narcotics, firearms and fraud offenses, officials said.

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Letters to the Editor: Dec. 2A huge thank you goes out to all of the generous donors and volunteers who helped make the Cotopaxi School Music Program Fundraising Campaign a great success. A garage sale/fundraiser was held Sept.

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Defiant Colorado restaurant owner fights to stay open: 'It's about the right to survive'When Democratic Colorado Gov. Jared Polis shut down eateries in Larimer County to slow the spread of the coronavirus, restaurant owner Clay Caldwell began lobbying to keep his shop open.

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Search takes Valparaiso University to Colorado to find new presidentJose Padilla, a veteran administrator who most recently served in the University of Colorado system, has been named as Valparaiso University's 19th president.

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Denver weather: Bitter cold with a slight chance of snow flurries WednesdayDenverites can expect Wednesday to be another bitter cold day. At 7 a.m. the temperature hovered around 19 degrees, the National Weather Service reported.

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EU stops short of advising against holiday travel over virusBRUSSELS — As millions of European citizens gear up for the festive season, the European Union's executive commission urged member countries...

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Bobcat burned in California wildfire set for release to wildSAN DIEGO — A young bobcat that was badly burned in a Southern California wildfire will be released back into the wild, the San Diego Humane...

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Colorado wildfires: Poor forest management and more homes leading to catastrophic dilemmaForest service: Our forests are not in good shape.

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ACLU, Weld County Sheriff come to resolution on class action lawsuitThe ACLU of Colorado and Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams have come to a resolution on a class action lawsuit over the county's response to COVID-19 in the Weld County Jail.

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Colo. lawmakers convene for day 2 of a special session aimed at COVID reliefDENVER — The Colorado legislature convened for day two of a special session Tuesday to address the COVID-19 pandemic and offer some relief to businesses and families.

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Well-known Utah slackliners take credit for dismantling infamous monolithAndy Lewis and Sylvan Christensen — two well-known Utah slackliners — have taken credit for dismantling the infamous Utah monolith that was discovered in late November.

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Partly sunny and a high of 31 today in BoulderToday’s forecast calls for partly sunny skies with a high of 31 and an overnight low of 15.

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Whitebark pine trees now threatened species due to climate change, beatlesClimate change, voracious beetles and disease are imperiling the long-term survival of a high-elevation pine tree thats a key source of food for some grizzly bears and found across the West, U.S. officials said Tuesday.

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Judge throws out Trump rules limiting skilled-workers on H1-B visasA federal judge on Tuesday struck down two Trump administration rules designed to drastically curtail the number of visas issued each year to skilled foreign workers.

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Trump teases run for president in 2024 at White House Christmas party"We're trying to do another four years. Otherwise, I'll see you in four years," Trump told the crowd on Tuesday.

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Global warming in 2020 busted weather records and hurt people, UN reportsAn overheating world obliterated weather records in 2020, creating an extreme year for hurricanes, wildfires, heat waves, floods, droughts and ice melt, the United Nations weather agency reported Wednesday.

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Climate change damaging more World Heritage sites, report showsClimate change is increasingly damaging the U.N.s most cherished heritage sites, a leading conservation agency warned Wednesday, reporting that Australias Great Barrier Reef and dozens of other natural wonders are facing severe threats.

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5 Things You Need To KnowGood morning southern Colorado and here's what you need to know on your Wednesday morning.

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Dumb Friends League issues warning after person falsely claims to represent league while soliciting donationsDENVER — The Dumb Friends League said a person who falsely claimed to be representing the organization was soliciting donations in Westminster Tuesday.

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Colorado lawmakers OK COVID-19 aid, say more is neededIn an effort to keep Colorado residents fed and employed this winter, the state Legislature concluded a special session Wednesday by passing bills offering assistance to restaurants and food pantries struggling to keep their doors open during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Colorado Rockies news: Will the Rockies go shopping for non-tendered free agents?Catcher is one of the biggest positional needs for the Rockies. Elias Díaz just signed a one-year deal that will keep him in Colorado for the 2021 season, but with Tony Wolters' status still up in the air, it's possible the team looks elsewhere for more depth.

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Trump is considering 'pre-emptive' pardons for family members and Rudy Giuliani, reports sayPresident Donald Trump has discussed the possibility of granting pre-emptive pardons to his three oldest children, top adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner and his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, according to reports from the New York Times, ABC News and NBC News.

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Spodak Dental Group Provided Military Veterans and Their Families, and First Responders, with More Than $10,000 of Free Dental Care During Freedom DayDELRAY BEACH, Fla., Dec. 2, 2020 — Spodak Dental Group recently provided complimentary dental services to the men and women of the US’ Armed Forces and their family members as part of the Eighth Annual Freedom Day USA.

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Brazilian bank robbers seize another city, sow chaos, deathRIO DE JANEIRO — Heavily armed bank robbers invaded the Brazilian city of Cameta just one day after criminals struck another mid-sized city on the opposite side of the country, taking residents hostage as they looted a bank.

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Healient Physician Group Forms Agreement with New Frontier Mobile DiagnosticsKANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 2, 2020 — Healient Physician Group and Kansas City’s newest Medicare-approved diagnostic imaging vendor, New Frontier Mobile Diagnostics, have announced a partnership to improve access to care for seniors put at risk by the Covid-19 health crisis.

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EU pushes for 'right to disconnect' from work at homeBRUSSELS — European Union lawmakers on Wednesday voted in favor of a “right to disconnect” from the internet and email, with around one third of people now working from home across the 27-nation bloc due in large part to coronavirus restrictions.

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DataNumen Word Repair: AI-Based Recovery of Corrupt Word DocumentsNEW YORK and HONG KONG, Dec. 2, 2020 — DataNumen company, the developer and vendor of professional data recovery programs, announces the release of DataNumen Word Repair 3.5.

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Walmart drops $35 minimum for its members' online ordersIn this Nov. 18, 2020 file photo, a woman, wearing a protective face mask due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak, wheels a cart with her purchases out of a Walmart store, in Derry, N.H. Shoppers on Walmart.com who pay a $98-a-year membership fee will get free shipping on orders of any size starting Friday, Dec.

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Dutch police: 2 injured in stabbing in store in The HagueTHE HAGUE, Netherlands — Two people were injured in a stabbing Wednesday in a shop in the center of The Hague and a suspect has fled the scene, police said.

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Dana Dillard to Join Housing Finance StrategiesWASHINGTON, D.C., Dec. 2, 2020 — Housing Finance Strategies President Faith Schwartz today announced that industry leader and award-winning mortgage executive Dana Dillard will join her firm as leader of its diversity and inclusion practice and a principal in its expanding advisory services practice.

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Defiant Colorado restaurant owner negotiates with governor to avoid shutdownWhen Democratic Colorado Gov. Jared Polis shut down eateries in Larimer County to slow the spread of the coronavirus, restaurant owner Clay Caldwell began lobbying to keep his shop open.

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Cold and blustery across ColoradoWe will see some sunshine this morning, but the clouds will return by midday and a few more flurries are possible on the plains and across the Denver metro area.

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Smartphone and registration?But you still need to carry your plastic version as proof since local police and law enforcement haven’t adopted the technology.

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UK authorizes Pfizer and BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for emergency useBritish officials have authorized a COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use, greenlighting the world's first shot against the virus that's backed by rigorous science and taking a major step toward eventually ending the pandemic.

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Disputing Trump, Barr says no widespread election fraudThe comments, which drew immediate criticism from Trump attorneys, were especially notable coming from Barr, who has been one of the president's most ardent allies.

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Israel transfers $1B to cash-strapped Palestinian AuthorityJERUSALEM — Israel transferred over $1 billion in taxes and customs duties it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority on Wednesday after a six-month hiatus in which the Palestinians had severed ties with Israel over its plans to annex parts of the occupied West Bank.

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COVID-19 accelerates no-exam trend in life insuranceWhile accelerated underwriting isn’t new, more than a third of life insurers have expanded it due to the pandemic, according to a study by the Society of Actuaries.

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Robert Mueller does rare interview in 'Oath' podcastIn this Tuesday, March 22, 2016, file photo, Acting Drug Enforcement Administration Administrator Chuck Rosenberg smiles before he testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, before a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing on the DEA's fiscal 2017 budget request.

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Rage and hope fuel women's revolt over abortion in PolandWARSAW, Poland — Karolina Micula had used her bare chest in political protest once before.

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Coronavirus-wary Colorado skiers are willing to sit out this season, poll showsA Magellan Strategies survey of Colorado skiers reveals apprehension over pandemic protocols, reservations and visitors.

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Third Wave Coronavirus Infections Devastate Colorado's Native American And Hispanic CommunitiesA third wave of infections has hit Colorado, and as with previous waves, people of color are getting sick at higher rates.

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If we close, you cant go to work: Colorado child care centers poised for a big infusion of state moneyMore women than men have left the workforce and not returned since the pandemic. Lack, or fear, of child care is to blame.

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In The Third Wave Of The Pandemic, Coronavirus Is Devastating Colorado's Native American and Hispanic CommunitiesA third wave of infections has hit Colorado, and as with previous waves, people of color are getting sick at higher rates.

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RTD partners with Lyft in mobile ticketing appRiders of RTD will be able to purchase mass transit fares through the Lyft app, in a first of its kind program for Lyft customers.

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You Can Now Buy RTD Tickets On Your Lyft AppRTD mobile tickets are also available on the Uber app, the Transit app and its own app.

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China denies weakening sanctions enforcement on North KoreaBEIJING — China on Wednesday rejected U.S. accusations it is weakening its enforcement of U.N. sanctions against North Korea, but said more efforts are needed toward reaching a political settlement and greater attention should be paid to the impact of the sanctions on ordinary North Koreans.

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Something in the way we move: The reason coronavirus came roaring back in ColoradoThe prerequisite for this current surge has been in place for a while, ” says a CSU professor on the state’s explosion of COVID-19 case numbers Published on Dec 2, 2020 3:01AM MSTCoronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published.

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Veterans Find A New Way To Serve: Volunteering for COVID-19 Vaccine TrialsMore than 50 Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers are involved in trials to test vaccines and treatments for COVID-19, and the agency is calling on vets to volunteer.

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China spacecraft collects moon samples to take back to EarthBEIJING — A Chinese spacecraft took samples of the moon's surface Wednesday as part of a mission to bring lunar rocks back to Earth for the...

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UN, Ethiopia sign deal for humanitarian access to TigrayNAIROBI, Kenya — The United Nations says it and Ethiopia's government have signed a deal to allow “unimpeded” humanitarian access to the embattled Tigray region, at least the parts under federal government control.

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China's space ambitions: robot on Mars, a human on the moonBEIJING — China’s landing of its third probe on the moon is part of an increasingly ambitious space program that has a robot rover en route to...

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32 migrants rescued, 2 missing off Greek island of LesbosATHENS, Greece — A search and rescue operation has been launched in the eastern Aegean Sea after a dinghy carrying migrants either sank or overturned off the Greek island of Lesbos, the Greek coast guard said Wednesday.

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Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow, Ivan Lam jailedHONG KONG — Hong Kong pro-democracy activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan Lam were sentenced to jail on Wednesday on charges related to...

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World shares, futures lower after latest record S&P 500 highGlobal shares and Wall Street futures slipped Wednesday as buying enthusiasm waned after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq composite index both set fresh...

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UK authorizes Pfizer coronavirus vaccine for emergency useDrugmakers Pfizer and BioNTech said Wednesday they've won permission for emergency use of their COVID-19 vaccine in Britain, the world’s first...

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Thai prime minister acquitted of ethics breach, retains postBANGKOK — Thailand’s highest court on Wednesday acquitted Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha of breaching ethics clauses in the country’s...

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Colorado lawmakers' coronavirus aid plans include distributing $22.5 million in taxpayer money through nonprofitsDemocrats claim that sending the money through non-governmental organizations will ensure it is distributed quickly.

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Nine additional Colorado priests accused of sexual abuse in state AG's updated reportWatch "Nine additional Colorado priests accused of sexual abuse in state AG's updated report", a CBSN video on CBSNews.com.

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How Paid Family Leave Swept Colorado on Election DayThe Colorado state senator had led the charge for a state-run paid family and medical leave insurance program—which voters approved by 15 points—and now lawmakers from Arizona to Georgia wanted to know how they might do the same thing.

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Pac-12 midseason awards: Dorrell, Jefferson, Tupuloa-Fetui a cut aboveColorado's Karl Dorrell, a first-year coach who had no spring practice, is 3-0 and aiming for a division title.

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Defense shines as Colorado beats SDSU 20-10 to move to 3-0BOULDER, Colo.. Colorado linebacker Nate Landman wasn't being flippant, just setting the record straight.

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Day two of Colorado's special session sees key bills advanceThe second day of Colorado's special session saw lawmakers pass several bills and move others through the committee phase.

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Australia bounces out of recession as economy grows 3.3%WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Australia's economy grew by 3.3% in the third quarter, rebounding from its first recession in nearly three decades as it recovered from pandemic-related shocks, according to figures released Wednesday.

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Pasadena bucks LA County order, keeps outdoor dining goingPASADENA, Calif. — It was a rare sight after Los Angeles County restaurants were restricted to takeout to reduce the spread of the...

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