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Pedestrian killed after hit and run in south Denver
Denver police say one person has died after a car hit a pedestrian on the 5000 Block of East Evans
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Colorado’s economy has recovered so quickly that the legislature will have to refund taxpayers under TABOR
Colorado taxpayers will be refunded as much as $2.8 billion in tax revenue collected over the three fiscal years because the state’s economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis has been so swift and strong and because of growth limits under the
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Denver homicide suspect arrested in Arvada
After barricading himself inside an Arvada home for multiple hours, a homicide suspect was taken into police
Denver Post
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Longmont police search for teen reported to be missing since June 12
Longmont police are searching for Lainee Klear, a 15-year-old girl whose family says she has been missing since June
Daily Camera
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Colorado taxpayers to see refunds thanks to a sound state economy, analysts say
Colorado's economy is rapidly recovering from COVID to the point state economists project taxpayers will see refunds and a temporary income tax cut through
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Denver airport CEO nominee directly mentioned in L.A. search warrants, complaint
Denver International Airport CEO nominee is mentioned by name in search warrants served by Los Angeles County deputies and by a grand jury complaint alleging bribery, fraud and a pay-to-play scheme at his old agency in
Denver Post
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Trevor Noah, Trippie Redd, Van Morrison and more tickets on sale for Denver concerts
A return for Mission Ballroom, plus Trevor Noah, Trippie Redd, Van Morrison and more tickets on sale for Denver concerts this week at Red Rocks and Fiddler's Green
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Celebrate the Solstice at One of Colorado’s Strangest Recording Studios
The Tank has implemented new technology for remote recording in
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Su Teatro and Control Group deliver local history with vision and verve in these two plays
Productions "The War of the Flowers" and "After the Flood" from Su Teatro and Control Group deliver local history with vision and
Denver Post
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Juneteenth 2021: How To Celebrate In Boulder County
Boulder County's inaugural Juneteenth Celebration will be held
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WATCH LIVE: Gov. Jared Polis To Announce Next $1 Million Vaccine Drawing Winner, Scholarship Winners
Gov. Polis is scheduled to announce the next $1 million winner of Colorado's Comeback Cash Vaccine Drawing, and the next five teen vaccine scholarship winners on Friday, June 18 at 12
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Colorado shuts down youth center in Watkins after allegations of drugs, fights and improper restraints of kids
State officials abruptly shut down a residential treatment center for troubled kids and teens Thursday, arriving on campus after a high school graduation ceremony and moving children to other foster care placements. Ridge View Youth Services Center, where
Colorado Sun
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Suspected car thief caught after mountain pass crash, trail escape in Colorado
According to Vail Daily, a repeat car thief named Ulices Venzor, 28 of Denver, was arrested on Monday after allegedly crashing a car that he had stolen into a wall on Vail Pass. After the crash, Venzor took off
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Encrypted Messaging App Signal Sees Surge in Popularity Following WhatsApp Privacy Policy Update
Encrypted messaging app Signal faced big delays in verifying the phone numbers of new accounts on Thursday because of a sudden surge in people
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Amazon Pledging More Than $2 Billion for Affordable Housing in Three Hub Cities
The online retailing giant is planning to make investments over the next five years in and around three of its employment
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Executive Order Addressing the Threat Posed By Applications and Other Software Developed or Controlled By Chinese Companies | The White House
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the International Emergency
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Archaeology is going digital to harness the power of Big Data
Combining traditional “pick and trowel” field work with a sweeping birds-eye
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Iran Increases Uranium Enrichment at Key Nuclear Facility
The decision to resume enriching uranium to 20 percent could bring the country closer to the capacity to produce a nuclear
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Julian Assange cannot be extradited to US, British judge rules
Judge says it would be ‘oppressive’ to extradite WikiLeaks founder to US, citing concerns for his mental
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Google workers announce plans to unionize
The Alphabet Workers Union will be open to all employees and contractors at Google’s parent
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Arkadia Zoomquilt
Infinitely zooming botanical floral paradise
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Canada: Do not to let moose lick your car
The moose like the road salt splashed onto the cars, says a national parks
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A Remembrance of Forrest Fenn
My friend Forrest Burke Fenn passed away at the age of 90 earlier this month, and if I have anything to say about it, far too
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Laser-Guided Lightning May Help Prevent Wildfires
Small, portable laser pointers could be used to guide lightning strikes, with a study suggesting the technology may prevent bolts from sparking wildfires, a researcher told AFP
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