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Dodgers prevail in 2020 World Series; star pulled from game due to COVID-19Powered by the bat of Mookie Betts and a masterful bullpen performance, the Los Angeles Dodgers prevailed in Game 6 of the World Series, defeating the Rays 3-1 on Tuesday to capture the 2020 World Series.

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Is cardiac injury to athletes from the coronavirus a reason to postpone sports? Researchers say noResearchers added that controlling community spread is still important, and should be considered in "returning to play."

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Girl, bus driver killed in Tennessee school bus crashTwo people were killed and multiple others were injured a school bus crash in Meigs County, Tennessee Tuesday afternoon.

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Longmont sets record low temperature Tuesday morningLongmont set a daily record low Monday night into Tuesday morning, following a snow storm that dropped between 8 and 10 inches of snow on the city.Â.

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Boulder County Farmers Markets to offer year-round curbside pickupBoulder County Farmers Markets will offer curbside pickup of produce, eggs and other goods year-round and will launch a home delivery service in Denver with the hope of expanding to Boulder County in the future.

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Demonstrators break into businesses amid unrest in Philly after officers killed man with knifePolice said 1,000 people were seen breaking into businesses in Philadelphia.

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DPS shifting grades 3-5 to remote learning amid rising COVID-19 cases in DenverDENVER — Denver students in grades third through fifth will be shifting to remote learning beginning next week due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the city, according to a letter to parents Tuesday from Denver Public Schools Superintend Susana Cordova.

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Former TV news personality helps telehealth doctors on screenA former news reporter lends a hand to doctors who are using telehealth to connect with their patients.

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Denver Public Schools Announces Learning Change Amid New Level 3 RestrictionsDenver Public Schools reacted to the city and county's latest announcement in moving to Level 3 of Safer At Home restrictions.

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Boulder County records 35 coronavirus cases Tuesday; CU Boulder counts eightNew drive-thru coronavirus testing sites will open this week in Nederland and Lyons.

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Group's efforts to help fire victims grows into something biggerWINTER PARK, Colo. — A group of friends small donation drive for Grand Lake victims of the East Troublesome Fire has turned into something much larger, thanks to the kindness of the community.

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Cause of shed fire tackled Monday in Erie remains under investigationThe fire was in the 3500 block of Longview Road in Erie, according to Mountain View Fire Rescue Assistant Chief of Administration Jeff Webb.

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President Trump's campaign website hackedTim Murtaugh, the campaign's director of communications, said that the website has since been restored.

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Top Aurora Fire Chief Stephen McInerny Appears To Have Misused Time Off System For YearsAurora Fire Rescue’s second-in-command, Stephen McInerny, may have improperly used his department’s online leave system for the past two and a half years, allowing him to take what appear to be repeated vacations to Florida, New York and California without ever subtracting the time from his vacation "bank." Those unused days can be...

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Effort underway to aid first responders who lost homes to East Troublesome fireA volunteer firefighter with the Grand Lake Fire Protection lost his home, and his two dogs, to the East Troublesome fire and efforts are underway to help him and six other first responders who, like him, have lost their homes to the wildfire.

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Boulder seeks community input on city manager searchBoulder is looking for public input as it begins searching for a new city manager to replace Jane Brautigam, who retires at the end of the week after 12 years with the city.

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DOJ says it's working to protect voters' rightsThe DOJ says it is working both to prevent voting fraud while ensuring Americans' voting rights are protected.

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Aurora Collects 755 Pounds Of Expired, Unused Medications During Drug Take Back DayThe Aurora Police Department collected more than 755 pounds of expired or unused prescription drugs over the weekend as part of the national Drug Take Back day.

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Colorado Could See Biggest Blue Wave In 83 YearsThis election could give Democrats more control in Colorado than they have had in decades.

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Pandemic Stress Leads To Cases Of 'Broken Heart Syndrome'"It looked to the world, the way she presented, that she had a heart attack," said Dr. Anthony DeCicco, interventional cardiologist.

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Carol Oa€™Meara: Compost those dead plantsAGardeners, gear up for our own version of Days of the Dead. Like the three days devoted to remembering and honoring departed loved ones, we focus on remembering the garden by clearing out and cleaning it up.

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Denver7 Gives serves breakfast, lunch to fire evacueesThanks to generous donations from viewers to the Denver7 Gives Wildfire Victim's fund, Denver7 provided breakfast and lunch Tuesday to dozens of evacuees.

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Places LogoI had visited Colorado in late summer this year. I had an amazing time there and will definitely return the next chance I get.

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Chobani raising its minimum wage to $15 an hourIn a press release, Chobani's CEO and Founder Hamdi Ulukaya announced on Monday that the change would happen during the first quarter of 2021.

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Wolf Creek Ski Area to offer limited opening this weekThe snowstorm gripping much of the West delivered only a glancing blow to Southwest Colorado - but it brought enough snow for Wolf Creek Ski Area to begin a limited opening on Wednesday.

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Ignacio students quarantined because of COVID-19 caseIgnacio School District quarantined a cohort of fifth grade students Monday after receiving reports that one student tested positive for COVID-19.

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Chrissy Teigen delivers heartfelt essay on miscarriageLOS ANGELES — Chrissy Teigen wrote a heartfelt message about the recent loss of her third child with husband John Legend.

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Colorado's largest wildfire has burned more than 200 homesFORT COLLINS, Colo. — A wildfire that has scorched more than 326 square miles since it started in mid-August, becoming the largest in Colorado history, has damaged or destroyed more than 200 homes, officials said.

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Peru's Machu Picchu reopening Sunday after pandemic closureMACHU PICCHU, Peru — Except workers repairing roads and signs, Peru's majestic Incan citadel of Machu Picchu is eerily empty ahead of its...

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President Trump says he 'saved Kenosha,' calls on Gov. Evers to open up WisconsinAt a rally in Wisconsin Tuesday, President Donald Trump called on Gov. Tony Evers to "open it up" and claimed he "saved Kenosha" by sending in the National Guard.

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DNVR Fantasy Podcast: Cam Newton gets benched and Josh Allen puts up another stinkerAndre Simone, Henry Chisholm and Guy Casavan go through their best and worst calls of Week 7, play 'Would you Rather' and breakdown some buy-low or sell-high scenarios.

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Storm blasts New Mexico; travel hazardous in some placesA storm dropped snow on New Mexico on Tuesday, making travel hazardous in some areas.

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New Mexico building infrastructure for vaccine distributionIt could be well into next year before a COVID-19 vaccine is widely available, but top health officials in New Mexico said Tuesday that they have submitted their plan to the federal government for building the infrastructure, tracking systems and partnerships that will be needed for distribution.

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Wolf Creek Ski Area opens Wednesday; here's when ski areas will open across the stateDENVER, Colo. — A fresh blanket of snow fell across much of Colorado earlier this week and coupled with recent cooler temperatures perfect for snowmaking, several ski resorts are getting closer to opening.

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Sisters, 18 and 21, accused of attacking store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masksCHICAGO — A Cook County judge on Tuesday denied bail for two Lawndale sisters accused of attacking a store security guard and stabbing him 27 times with a small knife after he asked them to wear face masks and use hand sanitizer.

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Bolder Industries could go public after proposed mergerBolder Industries, a Boulder-based firm that converts recycled rubber tires into sustainable new compounds and chemicals, has entered into a letter of intent with special purpose acquisition firm GigCapital2 Inc.

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Some Crews At CalWood Fire Moved To Other, More Active FiresThe CalWood Fire burning in Boulder County showed little to no activity thanks to several inches of snow.

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Isaiah Rios gets 140 more years in prison on top of life sentence for Longmont murderIsaiah Rios was sentenced to 140 more years in prison on top of his life sentence for murder in connection with a variety of other charges related to the crime spree he went on in Longmont prior to...

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Snow Helps Crews Fight Cameron Peak Fire, Concerns Grow Over Warm, Dry ForecastFirefighters said the heavy snow that fell over the weekend has stopped the fire from growing so quickly.

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Wicked Gravity: What's in a name? More than you might thinkOppressive route names should have no place in our sport, ” Evan Hau told me via email earlier this month.

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OSIRIS-REx Collected 'So Much' From Asteroid Bennu, Scientists ConfirmThe mission was a historic success - and collected more than 60 grams of material from the surface of the asteroid Bennu.

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Chevron to scrap 25% of Noble Energy jobsChevron Corp. will lay off 25% of Noble Energy employees after it completed a $5 billion acquisition of the latter this month.

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Disney World to extend hours Halloween weekend, Thanksgiving weekWalt Disney World is extending its parks hours ahead of Halloween weekend.

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Officials: School bus in Tennessee involved in serious crashDECATUR, Tenn. — A school bus carrying children was involved in a serious highway crash Tuesday in Tennessee, authorities said.

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Judge blocks Michigan order banning open carry of guns at polling placesThe ban directive was issued by the Michigan secretary of state to prevent voter intimidation.

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Backcountry Snowboarders To Go To Trial For March AvalancheTwo snowboarders accused of triggering an avalance last March will go to trial next March.

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Local credit unions pledge to match wildfire donationsElevations Credit Union and Premier Members Credit Union, both Boulder-based institutions, have pledged to match donations made for wildfire recovery efforts.

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DNVR Avalanche Podcast: Toews Signs Four Year DealThe DNVR Avalanche Podcast drops with AJ Haefele and Nathan Rudolph breaking down Devon Toews four year deal with the Avs and looking at how the Avs lineup became so flexible.

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Woot Math absorbed by Boston educational nonprofitAnd online tutoring startup Simbulus Inc., which does business as Woot Math, has been acquired by Boston-based nonprofit group Saga Education.

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5 credit mistakes that can haunt youMistakes that have long-running ripple effects hurt the most, says credit expert John Ulzheimer. A late payment, for example, can get sent to a collection agency, then perhaps grow into a repossession or bankruptcy.

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Hotel vouchers replace Broomfield warming centers during COVIDWarming centers that ensured people experiencing homelessness in Broomfield have a warm place to sleep on cold nights have been put on hold because of COVID-19.

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What you need to know once student loan payments resume after Dec. 31Because of the coronavirus pandemic, millions of people have not had to repay their federal student loans.

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Colorado Attorney General Joins 22 Other States Opposing Homeland Security Rule Against International StudentsColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser's office said it would severely restrict the amount of time international students are allowed to stay in the country.

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Littleton's Macy's To Be Closed To Holiday Shoppers This YearThe Macy's at Southwest Plaza in Littleton will be converted to a fulfillment center this holiday season.

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Crocs posts record third-quarter revenue of $362.7M"We achieved record third quarter revenue and EPS despite the challenges presented by the global COVID-19 pandemic, ” Crocs CEO Andrew Rees said in a prepared statement."

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Daniel Menaker, award-winning author and editor, dead at 79NEW YORK — Daniel Menaker, an award-winning author of fiction and nonfiction and a longtime editor at The New Yorker and Random House who worked with Alice Munro, Salman Rushdie, Colum McCann and many others, has died at age 79.

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Boulder County Health Considers Tighter Restrictions Amid Rise In Coronavirus CasesThe Boulder County Health Department is considering moving to Safer At Home Level 3. The City and County of Denver was elevated to that level on Tuesday after a rise in COVID-19 cases.

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El Paso County Sheriff's office searching for porch pirateEL PASO COUNTY — The El Paso County Sheriff's Office needs your help catching a porch pirate who stole packages earlier this week.

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Help for disabled veteran's family displaced by squattersCOLORADO SPRINGS — Earlier this month, News 5 Investigates aired the story of a disabled veteran's family who was forced to stay in a hotel for months while squatters lived in their condo, rent free.

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Kitten Found With Paws Frozen To Semi Trailer Rescued By Good Samaritan"Without intervention from the compassionate stranger, it is unlikely this kitten would have survived the night," shelter officials said.

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Liberty Oilfield Services: 3Q Earnings SnapshotOn Tuesday reported a third-quarter loss of $34.5 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier.

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If Trump wanted people to avoid '60 Minutes,' it didn't workNEW YORK — President Donald Trump can still be a potent television draw, although in the case of “60 Minutes” this past week, it probably wasn't what he intended.

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Nicaragua approves "cybercrimes" law, alarming rights groupsMANAGUA, Nicaragua — Nicaragua’s unicameral legislature approved legislation on Tuesday mandating prison sentences for those who use online platforms to spread false information or information that could raise alarm among people.

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Eager for change, Chile faces long road to new constitutionSANTIAGO, Chile — The fireworks and street celebrations are over in Chile, and now many months of hard work and uncertainty loom for a...

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Arvada Launches 'Heads Up' Campaign For Pedestrian SafetyThe city of Arvada wants to encourage residents and visitors to follow the rules of the road around crosswalks.

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Denver museum to study, restore triceratops fossilDENVER — The Denver Museum of Nature and Science has announced it will study a triceratops skull known as Pops for up to a year before returning it to Weld County for residents to enjoy.

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Europe to send modules, astronauts to NASA moon stationBERLIN — The European Space Agency says it has agreed to provide several modules for NASA's planned outpost around the moon, in return for a chance to send European astronauts to the lunar orbiter.

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Summit Materials: 3Q Earnings SnapshotDENVER _ Summit Materials Inc. on Tuesday reported third-quarter earnings of $90.7 million.

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First ‘murder hornet' nest found in US successfully eradicated from treeSPOKANE, Wash. — Scientists removed 98 so-called "murder hornets" from a nest discovered near the Canadian border in Washington state over the weekend, including 13 that were captured live in a net.

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Community colleges see decline in enrollmentCommunity colleges across the country have been an essential part of higher education. During the pandemic, many are seeing a decline in enrollment as issues like child care and internet access affect students.

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Colleges make adjustments as class of 2021 starts applying with pandemic impactsMany high school seniors around the country are finalizing their college applications. As officials begin reviewing students' transcripts and extracurricular activities, they want to offer reassurance that there will be understanding when it comes to accommodating students who've had their high school careers thwarted by 2020.

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Home sourdough bread bakers are on the rise, but the professionals have some tips"You're dealing with something that's alive, so it's going to be different every time."

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Denver tightens capacity rules for businesses, officesDENVER — Denver will enforce tighter restrictions for restaurants, retail and offices, reducing maximum capacity from 50% to 25% amid rising coronavirus cases in the state.

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Several Colorado counties facing new restrictions amid surge in coronavirus cases, hospitalizationsEight Colorado counties are moving backward this week on the state's COVID-19 response dial and will have to implement more restrictions because of a surge in cases and hospitalizations.

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'Grateful to be alive': Colorado COVID-19 survivors share stories of weeks in the hospitalDENVER — Barbara Gould stayed in the hospital for 91 days. Kim Powell was out after two nights, but needed in-home care and struggles to this day to walk to her mailbox.

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TSA Reports 37 Positive COVID-19 Cases Among Screening Officers At Denver International AirportThe Transportation Security Administration at Denver International Airport says it has 37 positive cases of coronavirus among TSA screening officers.

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Wolf Creek opening for the season Wednesday, becoming the first Colorado ski area to run its liftsWolf Creek will be the first Colorado ski resort to open for the 2020-2021 season when it runs its lifts on Wednesday.

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Melania Trump makes 1st solo 2020 campaign tripMelania Trump is slamming Joe Biden, Democrats, and the media as she campaigns for her husband in Pennsylvania.

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Virus pushes twin cities El Paso and Juarez to the brinkAUSTIN, Texas — A record surge in coronavirus cases is pushing hospitals to the brink in the border cities of El Paso and Ciudad Juarez, confronting health officials in Texas and Mexico with twin disasters in the closely knit metropolitan area of 3 million people.

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5th former eBay employee pleads guilty in harassment schemeBOSTON — A former supervisor of security operations for eBay Inc.'s European and Asian offices pleaded guilty Tuesday to his role in a cyberstalking campaign that included having live spiders and other disturbing deliveries sent to a Massachusetts couple who published an online newsletter critical of the online auction site.

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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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Indoor dining to be banned in Chicago after COVID-19 related hospitalizations jumpPritzker said that the number of coronavirus-related hospitalizations in the city have doubled in the last month.

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About 100 homes destroyed by East Troublesome fire have been identified so farBut that number could rise. Grand County's sheriff says crews are finding more destroyed homes "every direction that we turn" Published on Oct 27, 2020 2:41PM MDTWildfire Primary category in which blog post is published.

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NXIVM head Keith Raniere sentenced to 120 years in prisonNXIVM leader Keith Raniere has been sentenced to 120 years in prison after being convicted of turning followers into sex slaves branded with his initials.

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Evacuations downgraded at East Troublesome Fire, though officials warn it's not overGRAND COUNTY, Colo. — The East Troublesome Fire's containment has increased from 15% to 20% as of Tuesday morning.

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How to be safe at the polls when socially-distanced lines put voters in the path of electioneersSocial distancing is pushing more people waiting to vote beyond the limit some states have for keeping political persuasion away from the polls.

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Biden faces challenges in quickly combating the pandemicWILIMINGTON, Del. — If Joe Biden wins next week's election, he says he'll immediately call Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious-disease expert.

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Snow keeps Cameron Peak Fire at 208,663 acres, containment increased to 64%LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. — Heavy snowfall brought the Cameron Peak Fire in western Larimer County to 64% containment by Tuesday morning, and the fire remained at 208,663 acres, officials said in a morning update.

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Pod: News from Colorado Buffaloes pre-season camp"Football is a dumb sport if you think about it."

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U.S. Bureau of Land Management sued over plans for southwest ColoradoEnvironmental groups on Tuesday asked a judge to overturn a land-use plan for southwestern Colorado approved under the tenure of a Trump administration official who was later removed from a leadership post by court order.

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US land agency sued over plans for southwest ColoradoDENVER — Environmental groups on Tuesday asked a judge to overturn a land use plan for southwestern Colorado approved under the tenure of a Trump administration official who was later removed from a leadership post by court order.

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Grains mostly lower and livestock mixedWheat for Dec. fell 4.25 cents at 6.1575 a bushel; Dec. corn was off 1.75 cents at 4.16 a bushel, Dec.

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Northern Water Crews Respond to the Wildfires in Northern ColoradoThe East Troublesome, Cameron Peak, Calwood and Williams Fork fires have all presented hazards to residents and watersheds within Northern Water's boundaries or collection areas.

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Volunteer poll workers signing up in large numbers, after concerns during primariesIn Madison, Wisconsin, more than 1,000 poll workers canceled their volunteer shift for the primary and an August election.

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People experiencing hair loss related to COVID-19 pandemicSome dermatologists say they're seeing more hair loss related to the pandemic and there are several factors to consider when treating patients.

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Sister Carmen Thrift Store reopened in LafayetteAfter shutting its doors for six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Lafayette’s Sister Carmen Thrift Store reopened in September with shopping available by appointment only.

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St. Michael Church to hold Mass of Remembrance on Nov. 22 in the calendar of the Catholic Church is the day on which we honor All Souls, also known as Commemoration of the Faithful Departed.

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Colorado wildfire update: Fires slowed by recent snow but work continues as weather warmsThe two largest wildfires in Colorado history have been blanketed in snow but firefighters and other emergency responders are continue to work on the fires, including efforts to get residents back into their homes and to identify homes destroyed by fire.

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T-Mobile offers up yet another TV streaming serviceYet another service provider is jumping into the TV streaming wars. This time it's T-Mobile and its TVision service with live news, entertainment and sports channels, starting at $10 a month.

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Health panel proposes colon cancer tests start at 45, not 50NEW YORK — A panel of health experts wants U.S. adults to start getting colon cancer screenings at age 45, five years younger than it previously recommended.

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Are gyms open or closed during Denver's level 3 coronavirus response?Will Denver gyms, fitness studios be forced to close? City officials don't actually know.

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Dolores couple alert community to visiting mountain lionA security camera captured video of a mountain lion passing through a residential backyard in Dolores Sunday night.

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Coal Creek Disc Golf Course opens in ErieThe wait is finally over. Erie’s Coal Creek Disc Golf Course, the first and only in town, opened to residents and visitors Friday.

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Are gyms open or closed during Denver's level 3 coronavirus response?Will Denver gyms, fitness studios be forced to close? City officials don't actually know.

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Van Halen's California hometown plans memorial to guitaristPASADENA, Calif. — Eddie Van Halen's Southern California hometown will memorialize the late guitar legend, but it's still unclear what form the tribute will take.

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Getting Out! Tips for Finding Smoke and Fire-Free Adventure SpacesWhere do we go for outdoor time and adventure when our local trails and national forests are closed and our air is filled with ash?

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Willox Lane Road Work Begins TomorrowThe City of Fort Collins Streets Department is scheduled to complete an asphalt paving project on Willox Lane starting Wednesday, October 28.

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Several Counties Move To Tighter Restrictions As Coronavirus Cases RiseHealth officials say the state is at a critical moment in controlling the outbreak, due to the possibility for rapid spread.

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Longmont's HOPE emergency shelter open for homelessLongmonts HOPE — Homeless Outreach Providing Encouragement — has opened its emergency weather shelter at Journey Church, 2000 Pike Road.

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How to Get the Lowest Credit Rate When Buying a VehicleSometimes no matter how hard we want to buy something, we feel like our dream has turned into a nightmare.

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East Troublesome Fire: Snow Helps Stop Growth, Slows Effort To Check On HomesOfficials urged evacuees to be patient, saying the snowstorm has really helped stop the spread of the East Troublesome Fire, but it is making things more difficult for crews trying to assess the damage to homes.

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Insider Q&A: Google's Annie Jean-Baptiste on inclusionOAKLAND, Calif. — As the head of product inclusion at Google, Annie Jean-Baptiste works to help ensure that the company’s products - from photos to search to everything else - are built with everyone in mind, including women, underrepresented minorities, and people of different ages, abilities, geographic locations and economic status.

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From Spain, top dissident vows to fight for free VenezuelaMADRID — Leopoldo López, the Venezuelan politician who for years has led the biggest challenge to the government of Nicolás Maduro, has...

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Oct. 27, 2020: Meet The New Americans; Preserving Ecosystems In Face Of Climate ChangeThis election convinced Phanvichka Rath Fisk to become a citizen after 16 years. His story kicks off our special series on New Americans.

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Are Denver restaurants open, what's last call under Level 3 coronavirus rulesAre restaurants open or closed during Protect Our Neighbors, Denver's level 3 response to rising coronavirus rates?

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2 Injured In House Fire In Arapahoe County That Sent Up Lots Of SmokeA house fire in the Aurora area sent up a lot of smoke Tuesday morning and two people had to be taken to the hospital.

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Video app TikTok leans into e-commerce with Shopify dealThe popular short-form video app TikTok, still under U.S. government scrutiny for its Chinese ownership, is moving closer to becoming a marketplace for buying stuff.

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Israel looks to far-right figure to head Holocaust memorialJERUSALEM — Israel plans to nominate a far-right former general and Cabinet minister who once called for the expulsion of Palestinians from the West Bank to head the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial, officials said Tuesday.

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Nederland Middle Senior High students back in school after evacuating for gas odorNederland Middle Senior High School students who evacuated a little after noon today because of a gas order are returning to classes after getting an all clear from the fire department, according to a tweet from the Boulder Valley School District.

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CalWood Fire: Snow in Boulder County helps to keep activity "minimal"The CalWood Fire, pictured Monday, experienced "minimal growth" as snow has blanketed the area and allowed officials to pull some resources off of the fire, officials said Tuesday.

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Fremont County Commissioners approve proposed Black Hills Energy North Penrose StationA request for a Special Review Use for the proposed Black Hills Energy North Penrose Station was approved by majority vote during Tuesdays Fremont County Board of County Commissioners meetin...

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Are museums open or closed under Denver's level 3 coronavirus rules?Are museums and cultural institutions open or closed during Protect Our Neighbors, Denver's level 3 response to coronavirus?

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Belarus leader seeks to punish striking workers, studentsKYIV, Ukraine — Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko urged authorities Tuesday to take action against plant workers and students who...

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Vatican broadens seminary abuse trial amid negligence claimsVATICAN CITY — The Vatican criminal tribunal agreed Tuesday to broaden a sex abuse trial involving the Holy See's youth seminary beyond two priests already charged to include the religious organization responsible for running the residence.

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Tri-County Health Department Releases New COVID-19 Guidelines For A Safe HalloweenThe Tri-County Health Department released new guidelines for families to safely enjoy Halloween during the pandemic.

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Are museums open or closed under Denver's level 3 coronavirus rules?Are museums and cultural institutions open or closed during Protect Our Neighbors, Denver's level 3 response to coronavirus?

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Honored to ServeIn three months, I will retire after 24 years of service to the people of Larimer County in elected office - 12 in the Legislature and 12 as a Larimer County Commissioner. This opportunity has been one of the highlights of my life and I am grateful for the support through eight election campaigns.

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Colorado Buffaloes Football 2020 Season PreviewThere's a STAR position and a Star at the position in 2020.

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Aurora theater shooting survivor in need of help after mother, who took care of him, passes awayLife has already been tough enough for 27-year-old Stefan Moton, and now life has dealt him another blow: On Oct.

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Stop the music! Chorus of artists tell Trump to turn it downLOS ANGELES — From the beloved opening lines of Leonard Cohen's “Hallelujah” to the rousing, children's-choir conclusion of the Rolling...

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Voters in some states unable to cast early ballots in personCOLUMBIA, Mo. — With coronavirus cases spreading rapidly across her state, Samantha Allen laments that Missouri does not allow voters to cast...

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DNVR Broncos Podcast: Does improving the passing game go beyond Drew Lock?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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Denver implements more coronavirus restrictions as cases, hospitalizations continue to riseDenver Mayor Michael Hancock announced on Tuesday that the state has downgraded the city to Colorado's safer-at-home Level 3 status.

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On this Cold Morning……. What I am grateful forI guess Im just craggy. I should never watch videos about daily life North Korea in the morning.

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Coronavirus, Frigid Temps Take Toll On Shelters For People Experiencing HomelessnessThe coronavirus pandemic combined with recent bitter cold temperatures are applying a lot of pressure on homeless teenagers and the people who offer them assistance.

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Woman injured in police shooting says cops let boyfriend dieWAUKEGAN, Ill. — A Black woman who was shot by police last week in suburban Chicago said Tuesday that officers did nothing more than cover her boyfriend with a blanket after he was shot and left him on the ground to die.

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Migrant boat sinks crossing Channel; France rescues 18PARIS — A boat carrying an unknown number of migrants across the English Channel sank off the French coast Tuesday, prompting an extensive rescue operation that has saved 18 people so far, French authorities said.

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Boulder County DA, clerk's office partnering to prevent voter intimidationThe Boulder County District Attorney's Office and the Clerk and Recorder's Office are partnering to prevent and investigate incidents of voter fraud as early voting continues and Election Day nears.

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Dr. Dave Hnida Raises Concerns About Increase In Colorado's Coronavirus CasesHnida said the best things for Coloradans to do right now are to wear masks and continue social distancing.

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Hickenlooper won't say how he would vote on Supreme Court expansionJohn Hickenlooper is declining to say whether he believes congressional Democrats should pursue any specific policy responses to the U.S. Senate's confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Emergency water main repair in the Midland and Ruxton areaCrews are still actively removing debris from the affected areas. Crews have located where the water main break happened and are currently repairing it.

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Colorado Weather: Forecast Models Show Another Long Period Of Dry, Warm Days AheadColorado enjoyed a much needed break from the dry and warm weather on Sunday and Monday with widespread snow and unusually cold temperatures for late October.

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Boulder County crews rescue man injured while sledding near NCARBoulder County crews rescued a man who was injured Monday while sledding near the NCAR-Bear Connector Trail.

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Colorado early vote tracker: Here's a look at the turnout in the 2020 electionThe early vote in Colorado is hitting new levels as voters cast mail ballots in droves ahead of the 2020 election.

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Stimulus Package Update: Why Testing Language Is Holding Up ChecksNegotiations on a second stimulus package are stalled, and language on testing and tracing is at least partly to blame.

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Denver returns to stricter COVID-19 restrictions as cases continue to surgeDenver will move to the second-highest level of restrictions meant to control COVID-19, forcing most businesses to operate at a quarter of their capacity.

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Denver moves to second-highest level of COVID-19 restrictions as cases continue to surgeDenver will move to the second-highest level of restrictions meant to control COVID-19, shuttering gyms and forcing most businesses to operate at a quarter of their capacity.

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Denver Moves To Safer At Home Level 3 'High Risk' As Coronavirus Cases Continue To RiseAs coronavirus cases continue to rise in Denver, there will be more restrictions in place.

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The best ski resorts in Colorado and where to stayTrip Advisor Colorado is home to 28 ski areas, from family-run hills to glitzy mega-mountains.

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Security firm reaches settlement; Denver rejects contractDENVER — A private security company has settled a lawsuit with a Denver artist who was assaulted by one of the company's guards while waiting for a train at Union Station in April 2018.

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Turkey: US consulate employee receives 5-year jail termANKARA, Turkey — A Turkish court on Tuesday convicted a local employee of the U.S. Consulate in Istanbul of aiding a terrorist organization and sentenced him to five years and two months in prison, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported.

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Avalanche sign defenseman Devon Toews to 4-year dealDENVER — The Colorado Avalanche have agreed to a four-year deal with newly acquired defenseman Devon Toews.

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COVID-19 in Court: Could you face criminal, civil charges for giving someone coronavirus?In this pandemic, we have established an honor system of sorts. You get tested. You quarantine.

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6 to 12 inches of snow falls on East Troublesome Fire, suppresses fire activityGRAND COUNTY, Colo. — The East Troublesome Fire area saw six to 12 inches of snow since Sunday and fire officials said it will help halt fire growth for the next few days.

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Update: Cortez school board limits public comment after threatThe Montezuma-Cortez Re-1 Board of Education virtual meeting on Oct. 20 shut down early after members of the community unmuted themselves to yell a threat and comments directed at board member Lance McDaniel.

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What to Know Before the Ski Season BeginsWith the coronavirus still a concern, much has changed for the upcoming season as resorts take measures to keep guests safe.

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DNVR Rockies Podcast: How the new rules uniquely impact ColoradoMLB played under new rules in 2020 and many appear here to stay. Drew Creasman and Patrick Lyons debate debate how these rules have and will impact the Colorado Rockies.

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Give Wild Animals Their Space During Breeding Season In ColoradoFall is prime time for the rut. Colorado Parks and Wildlife says we are in the middle of breeding season for our Colorado wildlife including elk and moose.

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FIFA president Infantino tests positive for COVID-19In this file photo dated Tuesday, March 3, 2020, FIFA President Gianni Infantino addresses a meeting of European soccer leaders at the congress of the UEFA governing body in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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Thai students aim for ambitious political changeBANGKOK — He was only 7 when he saw his first military coup. He was 15 during the second.

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WATCH LIVE: Gov. Polis To Provide Update On Colorado's Coronavirus Pandemic ResponseJared Polis is scheduled to remotely brief residents on the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday, Oct.

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Wolf Creek Announces They Will Be The First Ski Area In Colorado To OpenColorado's Wolf Creek Ski Area in the eastern San Juan Mountains has announced they will open Wednesday to become the first ski area in the country to open this season.

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Police: Sexually Violent Predator living in east Colorado SpringsJoseph Scott Gould is a registered Sexually Violent Predator residing in east Colorado Springs, according to the police department.

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SimpleNexus Makes Top 10 in Two Independent Rankings of Utah's Fastest-Growing CompaniesGrowth at such a large scale is a testament to how SimpleNexus has alleviated crucial pain points in the loan origination process and established a gratifying borrower experience, and we anticipate continued growth based on the warm reception of our highly anticipated eClosing solution just this summer, ” said SimpleNexus CEO Matt Hansen.

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Still hampered by virus, U.S. casinos want aid in recoveringATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The U.S. casino industry is seeking tax and regulatory relief from the government as it tries to recover from the coronavirus outbreak, which cost states more than $2 billion in lost tax revenue while casinos were shut down for four months this year.

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American kidnapped in southern Niger, says local officialNIAMEY, Niger — Gunmen kidnapped an American citizen in the West African nation of Niger early Tuesday and demanded a ransom from his relatives, a local government official said.

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Download This Coloring Page to Celebrate Native American ArtDownload this adorable coloring page and find more ways to engage your kids with Indigenous perspectives.

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Coroner rules man found in Boulder died of exposure with other contributing factorsA man who was found in Boulder following a September snowstorm died of exposure along with heart disease, hepatitis C and alcohol and methamphetamine toxicity.

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Bring Shakespeare HomeThe Colorado Shakespeare Festival developed a virtual program for this school year and they're making it available to families, learning pods, and more.

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Decorate Meal Delivery Bags to Cheer Up Locals in NeedProject Angel Heart delivers meals to Coloradans who are home-bound due to severe health conditions.

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What We Learned: November 2020A brief roundup of what our editor's learned during the month spent putting together the November 2020 issue of Colorado Parent.

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Pete Buttigieg Warns U.S. Facing 'Crisis' In New Book, 'Trust': Confidence In Country At 'Emergency Levels"The former presidential candidate discusses the 2020 Presidential Election, what a Joe Biden administration would look like and his new Simon and Schuster audiobook "Trust."

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How to Make Family Mealtimes More MeaningfulMost of us know how important family mealtimes are. Here's how to design a cozy atmosphere and fun routine your entire family will love.

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10 Colorado Kids Who Are Making a DifferenceInspired by personal experiences and stories of loved ones, these young Colorado activists, advocates, and fundraisers are tackling issues in their schools, community, and world.

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Making School Decisions During the Stress of Covid-19Coloradans are facing a complex experience in regard to school choice. Here's what you should consider as you contemplate learning options for next year.

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Understand and Support Your Child's Learning StyleThese six learning styles will help you enrich your child's education by helping you understand and support the way they learn.

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My Friend's Child and Mine Don't Get AlongIt can be exciting when you and your friend have kids that are close in age, but when they don't get along, it's rough.

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How the Arts Have Changed For Kids This YearStage lights may be dimmed, but local Colorado organizations have come up with creative ways to share the arts with kids.

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Books About Writing and ArithmeticTeach your little ones to love all school writing and arithmetic. These silly books will help them enjoy both subjects more.

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Stunning Light Exhibits to Visit This Holiday SeasonKick off the holiday season by visiting one of these dazzling light displays with your fam.

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Five Musical Toys For KidsTeach your kids to love music with one of these fun toys. While it might make for noisy play, it will provide your little one with endless fun.

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Sexually violent predator now living in Colorado SpringsIn accordance with state law, the Colorado Springs Police Department announced Tuesday that 39-year-old Joseph Gould would be residing in east Colorado Springs.

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Colorado governor will not quarantine after OK by agencyDENVER — A health agency told Colorado Gov. Jared Polis that he does not need to quarantine himself after meeting with Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman, who has tested positive for the coronavirus, the governor's office said Sunday.

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Gov. Jared Polis provides COVID-19 updateCOLORADO SPRINGS — Gov. Jared Polis provided an update Tuesday afternoon on increasing hospitalizations statewide due to COVID-19 and invited several Coloradans who have been hospitalized to share their stories.

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Memorial held for Broomfield gradRandall Randy Snyder lived a life remembered by those who attended an outdoor memorial for the Broomfield man who died homeless near the neighborhood where he grew up.

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New protests loom as Europeans tire of virus restrictionsMILAN — Italy braced Tuesday for more protests in cities nationwide against virus-fighting measures like regional curfews, evening shutdowns...

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Could COVID-19 shut down Colorado's ski season before it even begins?With rising COVID-19 cases in Summit County, ski areas like Arapahoe Basin are pleading with local residents to follow coronavirus rules.

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Colorado's Lauren Boebert embraced by far-right as future of GOPAs Republicans reckon with profound electoral losses in Colorado - and may soon face more - Lauren Boebert offers some hope.

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Far-right conservatives see in Lauren Boebert the future of Colorado's GOPAs Republicans reckon with profound electoral losses in Colorado  and may soon face more  Lauren Boebert offers some hope.

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Brianna Titone Transphobic Attacks UpdateFor her part, Titone scoffs at any suggestion of a radical agenda. She notes that the only LGBTQ-related legislation she sponsored during her first term was the so-called Gay Panic or Transgender Panic Bill, which passed both houses of the Colorado General Assembly by an overwhelming majority; even Humphrey voted for it.

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Black Hills Energy Engineer: Voting yes on 2A good for Canon CityTom Wenzl Black Hills Energy Engineer If you like the idea of safer, more reliable electric service in Cañon City without the visual impact of overhead distribution lines, I have good news: Measure...

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Broomfield museum to host Veterans Day eventFollowing the ceremony, the museum will host a special open house until 3 p.m. The ceremony will include keynote speaker Ryan Woolf, a Gulf War veteran, the presentation of colors by the American Legion Post 58, Salute to the Colors: American Military Living History Association and a rifle salute by the American Legion, according to the museum.

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Protests flare in Philadelphia after police kill Black manPHILADELPHIA — More than a dozen people were arrested and more than 30 officers injured in protests stemming from the police shooting death of...

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"We're working on it:" Pope's COVID advisors and the maskPope Francis’ decision to forego wearing a face mask has been noticed, with some concern, by the commission of Vatican experts he appointed to help chart the Catholic Church’s path through the coronavirus pandemic and the aftermath.

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US consumer confidence dips slightly in October to 100.9SILVER SPRING, Md. — U.S. consumer confidence dipped slightly in October as a new wave of coronavirus cases began across the country.

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Armenia, Azerbaijan report more fighting despite cease-fireYEREVAN, Armenia — Armenia and Azerbaijan exchanged more accusations of shelling on Tuesday, with fighting over the separatist territory of...

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Blowin' in the wind: Lost interviews hold new Dylan insightsFor nearly half a century, they were blowin' in the wind: lost interviews that contained surprising new insights about celebrated singer-songwriter...

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Denver Weather: Another Record Shattered This Morning As Our Cold Snap ContinuesTemperatures plunged into the single digits both above and below normal along the Front Range Tuesday morning.

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Judge: US can't replace Trump in columnist's slander suitNEW YORK — A federal judge on Tuesday denied President Donald Trump's request that he be replaced as the defendant in a defamation lawsuit alleging he raped a woman in a Manhattan department store in the 1990s.

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See Colorado Police Repeatedly Tase Man in Mental Health CrisisThe tasing continued even after the man was handcuffed.

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Visit the Dark Side of the Abbey this HalloweenThe Dark Side of the Abbey Haunted Attraction has been a staple of October in Cañon City since its creation.

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Jump In COVID Cases Presents Real Problems For Elbert County Public Health's '2-And-A-Half Person Team'After the state announced over the weekend that 1,540 positive COVID cases in October hadn't been reported, officials in Elbert County were forced into action for more restrictions.

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It's time to voteGet tips on voter registration, on-campus dropboxes, in-person voting at the University Memorial Center and more.

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New Colorado Springs restaurant provides unique culinary adventureColorado Springs creative chefs put talents into high gear, cookie for a good cause, veteran meal deals, spooky doughnuts and retro restaurant quality TV dinners.

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Wolf Creek opening for 2020-2021 ski season, first Colorado ski areaWolf Creek will be the first Colorado ski resort to open for the 2020-2021 season when it runs its lifts on Wednesday.

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Venezuelans brave COVID wing to bathe, feed sick loved onesCARACAS, Venezuela — Leaning against a hospital wall for balance, Elena Suazo wiggled each foot into blue protective pants.

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After high court ruling, DOJ wants census challenges stoppedNow that the Supreme Court has allowed the Trump administration to end the 2020 census count, the courts should not interfere with efforts to meet a year-end deadline for turning in numbers used for divvying up congressional seats by state, Department of Justice attorneys said in court papers ahead of a hearing Tuesday.

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UK judge to rule Nov 2 on Depp's libel suit against tabloidLONDON — A British judge will rule next week on whether Johnny Depp was libelled by a tabloid newspaper that branded him a wife-beater — an accusation his lawyer called a “, career-ending” false allegation.

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Drifter's Hamburgers closes one of its locationsA locally owned burger favorite has shuttered one of its two Colorado Springs locations.

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Israeli delegations bask in UAE glow, even as details fewDUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Another plane full of Israeli business people excited about their newfound access to the United Arab Emirates...

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By Light Chief Strategy Office Promotes Growth and InnovationMCLEAN, Va., Oct. 27, 2020 — By Light Professional IT Services LLC is investing in its people with a series of promotions to further its strategic growth and solidify its brand as a leader in IT solutions for government and commercial clients.

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Investigators seeking information on small building fire in Colorado SpringsCOLORADO SPRINGS — Arson investigators are asking the public for any information on a small fire that was in a vacant commercial building early Tuesday morning, according to the Colorado Springs Police Department.

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Grand County Sheriff Warns People To Obey Roadblocks: 'It's Unacceptable'The Grand County Sheriff Brett Schroetlin delivered a stern warning to people deliberately circumventing roadblocks at the East Troublesome Fire.

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Social-Justice Movements Spill Out of Denver Into SuburbsWhile downtown protests calling for an end to institutional racism can attract thousands, the Arvada demonstrations may just have a dozen people, but they report getting a strong positive response.

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France tightens security amid fallout from teacher beheadingPARIS — France is increasing security at religious sites as the interior minister said Tuesday that the country faces a “very high” risk of...

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Denver weather: Cold morning set to warm into 40s before a warmer weekendMonday brought several inches of snow and record-breaking cold temperatures. While early temperatures Tuesday were around 12 degrees with wind chill hitting minus-3, it is expected to be much warmer with a high of 40 degrees today with a low of 20 tonight.

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Colorado Rockies player reviews: Ryan McMahon doesn't always make contact, but when he does, he hits the ball hardIt was a down year for McMahon, but he's arguably the third best infielder on the Rockies.

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Polis: Colorado to 'exceed all existing hospital capacity' by end of year, models suggestColorado is set to "exceed all existing hospital capacity by the end of the year," Gov.

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Lithuania upset over soon-to-open Belarus nuke plantVILNIUS, Lithuania — The Baltic nation of Lithuania sent a protest note Tuesday to Belarus over a planned nuclear power plant close to their border that is scheduled to start operating in early November.

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Teen who recorded Floyd death on phone to receive PEN awardNEW YORK — The teenager who recorded the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police in May will be honored in December by PEN America, the literary and human rights organization.

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Government seeks 15-month sentence in football game threatCOLUMBUS, Ohio — A California man’s anger over his sports teams’ setbacks went far beyond the average fan’s emotions and must be punished with time in prison, the government said ahead of the man's sentencing in federal court.

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COVID-19 Denver Area Stay at Home and Crackdown Risk October 2020Rising county stats could lead to more restrictions.

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Colorado wildfire update: Cameron Peak, East Troublesome fires destroyed more than 300 homesThe two largest wildfires in Colorado's recorded history have destroyed more than 300 homes and hundreds of additional structures including detached garages, barns and sheds.

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Ohio governor pleads for legislative action on gun violenceCOLUMBUS, Ohio — At some point during Gov. Mike DeWine's Tuesday briefing on Ohio's fight against the coronavirus, the Republican chief executive will also continue his so-far unsuccessful crusade against gun violence.

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One Good Thing: Wickedly creative pandemic trick-or-treatingCINCINNATI — Dropping candy down a chute for little costumed Baby Sharks, Mulans and Black Panthers.

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Fabricare Launches an Extreme Marketing Campaign For New ServiceNORWALK, Conn., Oct. 27, 2020 — If you’re looking to disrupt an industry, you develop a radical marketing campaign that captures the attention of your target audience.

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Turkey's Erdogan sues Dutch anti-Islam lawmaker for insultsANKARA, Turkey — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is suing Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders after the anti-Islam politician posted a series of tweets against the Turkish leader, including one that described him as a “terrorist.”.

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Guest commentary: Proposition 115 limiting abortion care in Colorado would impact people like mePeople who have abortions do not want or need our personal experiences to be politicized.

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Asia Today: Thailand: Woman probably infected in quarantineBANGKOK — Health officials in Thailand said Tuesday that it is likely that a French woman who earlier this month tested positive for the...

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Belgium's former King Albert finally meets daughter DelphineBRUSSELS — The long-running royal scandal that has riveted Belgium and damaged those involved reached a new milestone when former King Albert II reunited with the daughter he fathered out of wedlock over half a century ago.

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200-pound tortoise is back home after escaping Alabama penSARDIS CITY, Ala. — A 200-pound tortoise named Sparkplug that escaped from a pen in Alabama is back home after a journey across two counties and at least one soybean field.

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You asked, we answered: Can you trust COVID-19 test results?Colorado only reports polymerase chain reaction tests, which look for genetic material specific to the virus that causes COVID-19.

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Could COVID-19 shut down Colorado's ski season before it even begins?With rising COVID-19 cases in Summit County, ski areas like Arapahoe Basin are pleading with local residents to follow coronavirus rules.

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Porn was found on a shared 17th Judicial District laptop a€” law enforcement was never toldA laptop computer that rotated among the judges of Adams and Broomfield counties' judicial district and contained dozens of pornographic images was never turned over to law enforcement for investigation or reported up the chain of command when the images were discovered, The Denver Post has learned.

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Colorado Rockies news: Where would the Rockies be without 2007?Colorado Rockies news and links for Tuesday, October 27, 2020.

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Rockies facing major roster decisions soon after World Series endsDecisions, large and small, are on the docket for the Rockies, a team with a.437 winning percentage over the last two seasons.

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AMD buying Xilinx in all-stock deal valued at $35BSAN JOSE, Calif. — AMD is buying Xilinx for $35 billion in an all-stock deal that will combine the two Silicon Valley chip makers.

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Denver City Council Votes to Preserve Fair Elections Fund AllocationWith big budget shortfalls, councilmembers are looking at ways to fund their priorities, which include expansion of a non-law enforcement 911 response program, a rental registry, a digital inclusion initiative, and an expansion of the Office on Aging.

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Colorado Springs real estate overviewTwo firefighters critically injured in California wildfires as blazes threaten highly populated areas.

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Lest We Forget Art Show Looks Back at Four Years of the Trump AdministrationPHOENIX, Ariz., Oct. 27, 2020 — Phoenix, Arizona artist Bob Diercksmeier announced today that his art exhibition “Lest We Forget” will remain online at through November 3, 2020.

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Poland's PM defends abortion ruling, condemns protestsWARSAW, Poland — Poland’s prime minister on Tuesday defended the tightening of the country's abortion law and condemned massive nationwide...

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Hoppon Announces Launch to Help Local Businesses Attract New Customers and Boost RevenueCHICAGO, Ill., Oct. 27, 2020 — 2020’s stunning events have made e-commerce more important than ever for local businesses who want to succeed, and the innovative new grocery ecommerce platform, Hoppon, can help in a very exciting way.

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Coronavirus prepared schools for a second crisis  the East Troublesome fire. But students now have double the trauma.Schools in Granby and Fraser recognize that students will likely need much more support Published on Oct 27, 2020 5:05AM MDTEducation Primary category in which blog post is published.

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Hurricane warning for New Orleans as Zeta swirls over MexicoA strengthening Tropical Storm Zeta is expected to become a hurricane Monday as it heads toward the eastern end of Mexico's resort-dotted Yucatan Peninsula and then likely move on for a possible landfall on the central U.S. Gulf Coast at midweek.

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Here's why Ant Group is about to shatter IPO recordsHONG KONG — Stella Su, who lives and works in Shanghai, has used an ATM only once in the past year.

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Millennial Money: Picking a pandemic side gig takes hustleIt goes by many names and serves many purposes. For some, it’s a way to keep the lights on.

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Police shoot and kill man after yelling at him to drop knifePHILADELPHIA — Police shot and killed a 27-year-old Black man on a Philadelphia street Monday afternoon after yelling at him to drop his knife.

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BP reports 3Q earnings plunge amid falling demandLONDON — BP plc says third-quarter earnings plunged 96% as the COVID-19 pandemic reduced energy prices and demand.

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Spanish unemployment rises to 16.3% amid pandemicMADRID — Spain says 355,000 more people were left unemployed in the third quarter, bringing the total jobless rate up to 16.3% from 15.3% in the previous three-month period as surging infections and new virus restrictions hurt economic development.

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Murals return to Pueblo's levee as artists make concrete above the Arkansas River their canvasStructural repair ground the old murals to gravel, but now painters have begun the physically demanding work to restore the critical public works project’s role in the city’s essential artistic life.

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