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Virus deaths surpass 100,000 in US while cases rise in IndiaWELLINGTON, New Zealand — As the death toll from the coronavirus rose above 100,000 in the United States, there were also record numbers...

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Croatian charity offers help as lives turn during outbreakPULA, Croatia — Winding stone streets, usually packed with tourists, silent as a graveyard. Restaurants closed.

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Asian shares mixed after Wall Street rally; Hong Kong lowerBANGKOK — Asian stocks were mixed after an upbeat open on Thursday, as investors pinned their hopes on an economic rebound from the...

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Lives Lost: Veteran guarded Nazis during war crimes trialEmilio DiPalma was, as he liked to say, just a kid from western Massachusetts when he found himself in a front-row seat to history as a courtroom...

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The Latest: India sees record jump of COVID-19 casesThe Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people.

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Failed Maduro coup leader flew on pro-govt magnate's planeMIAMI — It was mid-January and Jordan Goudreau was itching to get going on a secret plan to raid Venezuela and arrest President Nicolás Maduro when the former special forces commando flew to the city of Barranquilla in Colombia to meet with his would-be partner in arms.

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2nd night of violent protests over Minneapolis man's deathMINNEAPOLIS — Violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody broke out in Minneapolis for a second straight night Wednesday,...

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Most Australian News Corp small papers to go digital-onlyCANBERRA, Australia — Australia’s largest newspaper publisher, News Corp., announced on Thursday that most of its suburban and regional mastheads across the country will become digital-only next month due to the pandemic and digital platforms sharing their content.

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Winning numbers drawn in 'Powerball' gameORLANDO, Fla. _ The winning numbers in Wednesday evening's drawing of the 'Powerball' game were.

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UN: Virus could push 14 million into hunger in Latin AmericaBOGOTA, Colombia — The U.N. World Food Program is warning that upward of at least 14 million people could go hungry in Latin America as the...

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Lawmakers ejected in Hong Kong debate on Chinese anthem billHONG KONG — Two pro-democracy lawmakers were ejected from Hong Kong's legislative chamber Thursday morning, disrupting the start of a second...

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Winning numbers drawn in 'Cash 5' gameDENVER _ The winning numbers in Wednesday evening's drawing of the Colorado Lottery's 'Cash 5' game were.

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Winning numbers drawn in 'Lotto' gameDENVER _ The winning numbers in Wednesday evening's drawing of the Colorado Lottery's 'Lotto' game were.

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Winning numbers drawn in 'Lotto Plus' gameDENVER _ The winning numbers in Wednesday evening's drawing of the Colorado Lottery's 'Lotto Plus' game were.

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

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Arizona sues Google over 'deceptive' location trackingPHOENIX — Google kept tabs on the whereabouts of its users even if they had turned off location tracking, an Arizona official alleged in a lawsuit filed Wednesday.

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New 'Hunger Games' book sells more than 500,000 copiesNEW YORK — A decade after the “Hunger Games” series had apparently ended, readers were clearly ready for more.

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Today in HistoryToday is Thursday, May 28, the 149th day of 2020. There are 217 days left in the year.

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One Denver Broncos player was named to the 2020 All-Under-25 teamDenver Broncos WR Courtland Sutton was named to Marc Sessler's 2020 All-Under-25 Team for the upcoming season.

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Colorado at epicenter of national security in spaceThe men and women of the US Space Force will play a critical safety role in the manned launch of the SpaceX rocket Saturday.

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Hiking Colorado's Missouri MountainNote: This is the next in a series of trip reports focusing on route descriptions rather than storytelling.

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Lake Pueblo State Park making adjustments following record crowds over holiday weekendLake Pueblo State Park is preparing for another wave of crowds after record numbers of people came out over Memorial Day weekend.

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USC's best Pac-12 wins: ColoradoColorado was not expected to be especially good in 2016, so the fact that the Buffaloes were 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the Pac-12 heading into kickoff at the L.A. Coliseum was an eye-opener.

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Colorado auto registrations take a dive following coronavirus outbreakColorado car and truck buyers registered nearly 30% fewer new vehicles in March and April than they did during the same two months in 2019.

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Distance drives in Colorado increased 185% over Memorial Day weekendSo much for staying within 10 miles of home. After weeks of laying low, Colorado drivers got into their vehicles this holiday weekend and drove, and drove and drove.

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Court upholds Colorado Governor Polis' power to change ballot initiative rulesA Denver District Court judge on Wednesday ruled against a challenge to the Colorado governor's executive order making it easier to collect signatures for fall ballot measures.

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CC professor says recreational cannabis solve Colorado Springs' budget cutsIt's a topic that's been discussed several times in Colorado Springs but never seems to gain any traction: recreational marijuana and the tax benefits it can bring to Olympic City.

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SVVSD school board hears update on fall plans, budgetThe St. Vrain Valley school board heard an update on the district's fall plans and saw a draft budget for the next school year at Wednesday's meeting, with district leaders saying more details on both will come in June.

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D70 summer lunch program begins June 1Pueblo District 70 is starting its summer lunch program on June 1.

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Expanded community testing planned for Montezuma CountyCDPHE to provide 1,000 COVID-19 test kits; Ute Mountain tested tribal members.

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Underground Construction and Tunneling Researcher InterviewThe growing demand for land space for our current and future needs presents a unique challenge for infrastructural engineers, but this also offers an incredible opportunity to build innovative solutions based on technology and structural design.

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Broncos finalize 2020 preseason scheduleThe Broncos will play the 49ers, Bears, Rams and Cardinals this preseason.

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As restaurants reopen, Longmont streamlines procedure for parking lots, other space to be used as dining areasAfter Longmont officials and business organizations announced they were looking into how best to help restaurants reopen, the city has streamlined the process for applying to use alleys, sidewalks...

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Battling COVID19Stay Safe, Stay Supported Written by: Adrianna Munoz, MSN, RN, CNL Note from Colorado ENA Government Affairs Chair, Chelsea Collins, BSN, RN, CEN, SANE-A: Adrianna wrote this piece a few weeks ago, and there was a delay in getting this posted due to other obligations.

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Suspect in Longmont meth lab arrest told police he was making 'healthy meth substance'A Longmont man who was arrested Tuesday in connection to a meth lab found inside a garage told police he was creating a "healthy meth substance," according to his arrest affidavit.

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Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region seeking fosters parents for kittensIt's kitten season at the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region and that means lots of newborns and young cats.

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New memorial of Los Seis de Boulder installed at ChautauquaA year-long effort by the Colorado Chautauqua Association, Boulder city leaders, University of Colorado Boulder students and surviving family members culminated in a new memorial being installed We...

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Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Provide Paid Sick Days For Colorado WorkersOn Wednesday, Colorado lawmakers provided an overview of a newly introduced bill that would provide earned sick days to workers in the state.

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Major crash closes S. Academy in Colorado Springs Wednesday nightA serious crash closed down a busy Colorado Springs roadway Wednesday evening.

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Posada to receive $500,000 in fundingA group that helps people in need in Pueblo is getting a boost in funding.

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Sorry for long wait, but your table is ready: Restaurants open doors in DurangoFor instance: Tables had to be 6 feet apart, capacity in dining rooms was limited to 50% with a maximum of 50 patrons, parties could be no bigger than eight people, increased cleaning is required, and voluntary logs are being kept to allow customers to note the date and time they ate to aid contact tracers if that's needed later.

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5-27-20I am now wisdom tooth-less! This morning, Elisabeth drove me to my dentist and sat in her car for an hour while I went under for the first time in my life, had my gums cut open and a tooth pulled out.

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Letters: Virus in Tajikistan; suspect models; face masks; protect yourselfNo corner of the Earth has escaped Covid-19, including Tajikistan. Despite a long denial of the virus's existence in the country, closing its border and the reality of people dying of "pneumonia," the COVID-19 virus arrived.

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Petitioners Can Gather Signatures Remotely For Ballot Measures, Denver District Court RulesA Denver District Court ruled on Wednesday that Democratic Gov. Jared Polis' executive order to allow for remote ballot signature gathering is legal.

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Court upholds Colorado Governor Polis' power to change ballot initiative rulesA Denver District Court judge has ruled against a challenge to the governor's executive order making it easier to collect signatures for ballot measures.

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Woman is first person with Down syndrome to graduate from Rowan UniversityOnce at Rownan, Rubright's mother, Lin, told Forbes that her daughter didn't have much free time because schoolwork can take significantly longer to complete for those with Down syndrome.

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Castle Pines residents say they feel blind-sided by city hall projectJudging from the reaction on social media, several Castle Pines residents may not have the construction of a brand-new city hall at the top of their priority list, but the plan is moving forward regardless.

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Colorado Restaurants Have A Choice To Open For Dine-In Under New State GuidelinesAfter months of scraping by with takeout and delivery, many restaurants opened their doors for dine-in services on Wednesday, following the state's new safety guidelines.

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Back to hockey: NHL unveils plans for 24-team playoff tournamentThe NHL became the first North American professional league to unveil a return-to-play plan on Monday when commissioner Gary Bettman announced a 24-team playoff format.

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Florida woman taunted boyfriend as he begged to be let out of suitcase, videos show. He later diedAs her boyfriend cried out her name from inside a suitcase on the floor of their Orange County apartment, Sarah Boone laughed and taunted him while filming from across the room, telling him in slurred words that he deserved to suffer.

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Boulder to close streets near Pearl, on the Hill starting FridaySeveral blocks along Pearl Street and on University Hill will close starting Friday to provide pedestrian-friendly zones where restaurants and retailers can expand operations into the street.

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Rockies' Scott Oberg and David Dahl confident in their safety despite compromised immune systemsAs Major League Baseball attempts to formulate a safe and workable plan to return in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, two key Rockies players understand that they are at a higher risk than their teammates.

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Garden of the Gods flood mitigation project blends function into natureCopyright 2020 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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As New Coronavirus Cases Drop, The Number Of Outbreaks Keep Growing in ColoradoThe virus has spread to a total of 539 inmates at the Sterling Correctional Facility, making it home to the largest COVID-19 outbreak in the state.

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Democrats approve rule to allow remote voting in Colorado LegislatureLawmakers packed into the House floor on Tuesday. Democratic lawmakers approved a rule change to allow remote voting during the legislative session as a means to avoid the Capitol during the coronavirus pandemic.

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2 inmates escape prison camp in southern ColoradoAuthorities are looking for two inmates who escaped a minimum-security federal prison camp in southern Colorado.

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Many Colorado businesses still seeking guidance on how to reopenRestaurants opening Wednesday is a feeling of normalcy returning, but there's still a number of businesses still closed and are not thrilled with the process of waiting.

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State health department says schools sports can resume under personal training guidelinesIt's been months since students in Boulder County have been able to participate in team sports.

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As New Cases Drop Coronavirus Outbreaks Keep Growing in ColoradoOver the last week, 99 more inmates at the Sterling Correctional Facility in Eastern Colorado have contracted COVID-19, according to outbreak data released by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Wednesday.

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HealthONE Experts Answer Questions About Staying Healthy During 'Safer At Home' PhaseWith the re-opening of our Colorado communities, HealthONE is convening a panel of experts to discuss this next phase of "Safer at Home" and what it means for you and your families' health.

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Broomfield woman thankful for community help in rescuing AWOL macawGrendel, a 5-year-old macaw, was reunited with her owner Sirena Gilbert last week thanks to a community rescue effort.

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Durango native found dead near Rotary ParkLopez's son, Jesse, said his father was a fourth-generation Durango native. Over the years, he served on the Durango Police Department and worked as a chef at several restaurants around town.

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We're Open Colorado: Neon Pig creates website to support the communityNeon Pig Creative, a Springs local web and graphic design business, has donated its time and resources to help create a website that is aimed at supporting the local community as well as other small businesses.

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While paid family leave will be left to voters, a new paid sick leave bill has been introducedIn response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in an effort to help employees, Colorado lawmakers introduced a new bill Tuesday to require all businesses to offer paid sick leave.

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Trump says he has asked DOJ, FBI to expedite George Floyd death investigationPresident Donald Trump said Wednesday that he has asked the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation to expedite the investigation into the death of George Floyd.

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Mesa Verde National Park invites public comment on the Mesa Top Loop Roads Improvement Project Environmental AssessmentThis EA evaluates three alternatives for improvements to the loop roads, describes the environment that would be impacted by the alternatives and assesses the environmental consequences of implementing the alternatives.

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Tri-Chambers of Commerce invite businesses to complete surveyThe Tri-Chambers of Commerce for Montezuma County are asking for businesses to complete a survey to provide update the state of their financial situation, their employee numbers compared with last year, what loans or grants they have received and at what capacity their business is open, or not open.

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Rocky Mountain National Park ReopensPark officials will only allow 60% of the regular flow in to the park in the coming weeks.

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DNVR Avalanche Podcast: Brendan BrissonThe DNVR Avalanche Podcast drops with Nathan Rudolph and AJ Haefele Interviewing draft prospect and potential Avs target Brendan Brisson with talk ranging from video games to path to the NHL to John Tavares's diet.

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Customers eager to eat out as some Denver area restaurants reopen for dine-in serviceRestaurants across Colorado were allowed to reopen with restrictions for the first time in months on Wednesday.

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Lawsuit: Ultra refuses refunds for canceled music festivalMIAMI — Two men are suing organizers of Ultra Music Festival, claiming they were denied refunds after the the three-day electronic dance music festival in Miami was canceled in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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COVID-19 outbreak confirmed at Amazon distribution center in AuroraNine workers at an Amazon distribution facility in Aurora have tested positive for the new coronavirus, one of 225 active outbreaks in Colorado senior care facilities, factories, prisons and workplaces.

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TV travel host staying connected to world without leaving homeWith the global travel industry stalled because of the pandemic, many summer vacations have been canceled, but one famous travel host has found a way to keep showing her audience the world.

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Colorado confirms 1,135 deaths due to COVID-19 as positive cases near 25,000Colorado health officials on Wednesday reported 1,392 people who had contracted COVID-19 have died since the new coronavirus was first confirmed in the state, and that death-certificate data shows 1,135 fatalities were directly due to the virus.

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Federal audit finds Colorado nonprofit improperly used grant money, missed documentationThe Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance improperly used $10,161 of federal grant money and did not have adequate records to back up $467,780 in other spending from the grants dedicated to helping survivors of human trafficking, a federal audit found.

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NBC, producers say 'America's Got Talent' cleared by probeLOS ANGELES — An investigation of Gabrielle Union’s complaints of racism on the set of “America’s Got Talent” concluded that her allegations were unfounded, according to NBC and the show’s producers.

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Restaurants begin reopening, rehiring staff in Colorado as the state loosens guidelinesRestaurants began reopening in Colorado on Wednesday, not with a bang but with a whimper.

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Colorado, Denver join states and cities suing Trump admin. over emissions, fuel standards ruleColorado and Denver are part of a lawsuit filed Wednesday by more than two dozen states and cities against the Trump administration's rule change that rolls back a policy aimed at improving fuel efficiency in new vehicles and reducing carbon emissions.

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Memories of Memorial Day Weekend 2020Memorial Day 2020 is now in the memory books. Americans honor this holiday in many ways: visiting cemeteries, gathering with family, somber stillness, family summer vacations,.........

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Portion Of Clear Creek Closed To Swimming, Tubing After Crowds Violate Social Distancing GuidelinesJefferson County has extended the closure of a section of Clear Creek to water recreation.

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Hotels redefining cleaning, safety standards as they reopen amid pandemicHotels are putting extra sanitation protocols in place as they reopen after months of being shut down due to COVID-19 concerns.

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New game plans: Youth sport leagues working to get players back on the fieldFrom the pitcher's mound to the soccer field, the impact of coronavirus is changing and canceling a variety of youth sports.

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Trump threatens Twitter over fact checks: What's next?OAKLAND, Calif. — Twitter has taken the unprecedented step of adding fact-check warnings to two of President Donald Trump’s tweets that falsely called mail-in ballots “substantially fraudulent” and predicted a “Rigged Election.” On Wednesday, the president threatened to impose new regulation on social media companies or even to “close...

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Hickenlooper Ethics Hearing Appears Set For June 4, Despite His ObjectionsThe former governor and his legal team had requested a delay, and that he be able to submit written comments instead of participating in a live hearing.

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24Gay/Non-Binary / Denver, CO / Drag Performer - Alexandre Valentino Shayne and Heaux Leigh Sheet With the infinite possibilities of gender identity and expression, when did you k...

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Colorado Springs issues response to Manitou regarding proposed reservation system for InclineA paid reservation system for the Incline is being supported by the Manitou Springs City Council as it works toward reopening the popular site.

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Heated Debate Over Lawmakers Voting From Home Sparks Accusations Of Racism At State CapitolState lawmakers will be allowed to vote from home for the first time ever. The House and Senate passed a resolution changing the rules after hours of heated debate that included accusations of racism.

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Restaurants at Pueblo's Riverwalk are opening for dine-in serviceAfter months of only being allowed to do takeout and delivery due to COVID-19 restrictions Wednesday brought some sense of normalcy back to businesses at Pueblo's Historic Riverwalk.

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Transparency measures axed in purge of pre-pandemic state legislationTwo transparency bills died Tuesday during a purge of proposals left over from before the coronavirus pandemic forced a suspension of the 2020 Colorado legislative session.

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In Party-Line Vote, Legislature Agrees To Let Some Members Participate RemotelyDemocrats passed the rule change to allow lawmakers with significant health risks to join debates and cast votes from their homes instead of coming to the state Capitol.

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Dispute brews on how and when Manitou Incline will reopenOn March 17, the Manitou Springs City Council shut down the popular Manitou Incline, calling it "an attractive nuisance and health hazard" amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Cheyenne Frontier Days canceled for 1st time in 124 yearsCheyenne Frontier Days, billed as the world's largest outdoor rodeo, has been canceled for the first time in its 124-year history due to the coronavirus, the city's mayor told The Associated Press on Wednesday.

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Colorado Lawmakers Approve Remote Casting Of VotesThe state House approved new rules on Wednesday that would allow Colorado lawmakers to cast votes remotely during a public health emergency.

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DOJ: Man plotted attack in Tampa Bay area on behalf of ISISThe Department of Justice said Al-Azhari had researched and looked into potential targets in the Tampa Bay area, including Honeymoon island.

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Large amount of oil dumped along a Colorado Springs roadway, witnesses asked to contact policeColorado Springs firefighters were called to a hazmat situation on Wednesday after someone apparently dumped two large drums of oil on the side of the road.

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At the Buzzer: Anthony Coleman leaves Colorado, recruiting falloutOn the latest episode of At the Buzzer, Jack and Sam talk about CU Boulder reopening for the Fall, what that means for college athletics in Colorado, and the university as a whole.

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NWSL announces plan to return to action with 25-game tournament in JuneThe first American sports league to return to play in 2020 will be the National Women's Soccer League.

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Edgar Trujillo Charged With Killing Man In Fight At Denver MotelA witness told police Trujillo punched the victim and the victim fell straight backwards to the ground.

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Coronavirus deaths at Colorado nursing homes slow, reach 737; outbreaks at restaurants, stores continue to climbThe pace of coronavirus deaths among Colorado nursing home and senior care center residents slowed during the past week, rising by 26 to 737, according to state health officials.

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Coronavirus Sent I-70 Memorial Day Weekend Traffic Back To 1999Only 119,157 vehicles passed through the I-70 tunnel over the holiday weekend. But we are in a pandemic after all.

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Police: Soldier saved lives by stopping shooter on bridgeLEAVENWORTH, Kan. — A soldier stationed in Kansas saved “countless lives” Wednesday when he hit a man with his car as the man was shooting randomly at people on a bridge near an Army base, a police chief said.

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Victim in police encounter had started new life in MinnesotaBefore he died after being pinned for minutes beneath a Minneapolis police officer's knee, George Floyd was suffering the same fate as millions of...

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States, cities challenge Trump mileage standards rollbackDENVER — Nearly two dozen states and several cities on Wednesday filed a legal challenge to the Trump administration’s rollback of Obama-era mileage standards, saying science backed up the old regulations developed with the help of the nation's car makers.

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5 Colorado eats to look forward to this summerThe food scene in Colorado delights even the most adventurous palate - no matter what you're craving.

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100,000 Americans have now died of COVID-19The U.S. has reached another grim milestone amid the coronavirus pandemic. At least 100,000 Americans have now died from COVID-19, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.

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Colorado couple quarantined on sailboat in MexicoA Colorado couple's trip around the world has been put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Rocky Mountain National Park reopens, rolls out online reservation systemVisitors to Rocky Mountain National Park will need to make reservations through a timed entry portal beginning on June 4 as part of the second phase of the park's reopening.

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Hospitals could be overwhelmed if older Coloradans don't reduce social interactionsThe key to preventing hospital overload is a math problem: If Coloradans go out in public - including to church, restaurants and stores - 65% less compared to normal times, ICU beds will not reach capacity even as cases of coronavirus rise in the fall.

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How major US stock indexes fared WednesdayFinancial, industrial and health care companies helped drive stocks on Wall Street broadly higher Wednesday, extending the market's gains into a third day.

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Colorado lawmakers lay out plan for pandemic paid leaveThe legislation had been left for the buzzards when the Colorado General Assembly broke for the pandemic March 14, but paid leave will be back before lawmakers as they respond to the pandemic.

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Missing kayaker found, kayak still submerged in ColoradoSearch and rescue crews around the state had a busy holiday weekend as Coloradans started to trickle back into the mountains.

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2 inmates escape mountain town prison camp in ColoradoPUEBLO, Colo. — Authorities are looking for two inmates who escaped a minimum-security federal prison camp in southern Colorado.

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The Perfect Weekend Getaway: Colorado Springs From DenverAt the base of Pikes Peak mountain, the city of Colorado Springs contains many elements that, though contradictory on the surface, complement each other quite well: an Air Force Academy and a liberal arts college; a Focus on the Family headquarters and an Olympic Training Center; a historical luxury resort and a geological wonder.

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First anniversary of Children's Hospital Colorado in Colorado Springs brings milestones, challengesFrom floor colors like purple mountain majesty to superhero-outfitted window washers to a firetruck stuffed with toys, Children's Hospital Colorado in Colorado Springs strives to show that levity can be a potent antidote for youngsters going through tough times.

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Cheyenne Frontier Days canceled due to COVID-19 concerns"We are heartbroken to announce that the 2020 Cheyenne Frontier Days has been cancelled. This has been an incredibly difficult decision; but the health and safety of our fans, volunteers, contestants, first responders, healthcare workers and everyone in our community is the only thing that matters right now," organizers tweeted.

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Officer fired after allegedly saying it was 'unfortunate' virus didn't kill all black peopleA police officer in Louisiana has been fired after allegedly posting a comment on Facebook that said it was "unfortunate" the coronavirus did not kill all black people.

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Colorado joins 22 other states in launching legal fight against Trump rollback of fuel-efficiency standardsColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and counterparts in 22 other states on Wednesday filed a lawsuit aimed at killing the Trump administration's rollback of fuel-efficiency standards for reducing climate-warming gases and other harmful air pollution from vehicle tailpipes.

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John Hickenlooper must testify in ethics trial, commission rulesJohn Hickenlooper must testify in his ethics trial, whether or it takes place in person or remotely, Colorado's Independent Ethics Commission ruled Wednesday.

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Colorado auto registrations take a dive following coronavirus outbreakColorado car and truck buyers registered nearly 30% fewer new vehicles in March and April than they did during the same two months in 2019.

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Colorado legislature won't allow testimony by phone or videoIf you want to speak to Colorado lawmakers over the next few weeks, you'll have to do it in person.

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Colorado schools in the fall: classroom instruction will look very differentFor Colorado schools return to classroom instruction in the fall, new guidance from the Colorado Department of Education includes very small classes, face masks, and remote learning too.

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Colorado Democrats approve resolutions to allow for remote voting during public health disastersColorado lawmakers on Wednesday approved, on party-line votes, resolutions to allow the House and Senate to vote remotely during floor sessions during public health disaster emergencies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

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OSHA: 3 willful violations led to plant blasts in TexasHOUSTON — U.S. officials cited the owners of a Southeast Texas chemical plant where November blasts and fires injured three workers and caused widespread damage to the surrounding community.

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Kentucky election laws draw court challenge amid virusLOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky's new law requiring people to show a government-issued photo ID to vote drew a court challenge Wednesday from groups seeking widespread use of mail-in absentee ballots for the fall election, eager to protect voters fearful of coronavirus spread.

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Colorado, Denver join 25 other cities and states in suing EPA for relaxing clean-car ruleColorado and Denver joined 22 other states and three other cities on Wednesday to sue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for relaxing clean car standards that could impact the state's new zero-emissions vehicle policy.

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Creating Denver's Largest Mural: Work Begins On 'Interwoven' On Bannock StreetThe 28,680 square foot mural called "Interwoven" is being painted on Bannock Street between 14th Avenue and Colfax Avenue.

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Is Reopening A Restaurant Worth It?Many restaurants are once again reopening for table service, but coronavirus has fundamentally changed the calculus of eating out.

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Driver facing vehicular assault charges in Boulder Canyon crashThe driver in a single-vehicle rollover in Boulder Canyon in April is facing counts of vehicular assault on his passenger after investigators determined he was drunk at the time of the crash.

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Sim Dodgers 5, Sim Rockies 2: And so the story goesAfter he was lifted, the Sim Rockies got bullpen'd again. AJ Pollock hit an RBI single in his pinch-hit appearance in the ninth off of Tim Collins and Chris Taylor followed with another RBI single off of Wade Davis to finalize the score at 5-2.

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CSFD responds to oil drums dumped near highwayAround 2:30 p.m. Wed., the Colorado Springs Fire Dept. responded to a hazmat incident near I-25.

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Christopher Vecchiarelli, Weld County Inmate Released Early Due To Coronavirus, Back Behind Bars After Alleged StrangulationWeeks after being released early due to COVID-19 concerns in Weld County, Christopher Vecchiarelli has been arrested and re-booked into jail.

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Appeals court sides with tech giants in activists' lawsuitA federal appeals court on Wednesday upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit that accused Twitter, Facebook and other tech giants of conspiring to stifle the political views of a far-right activist and a conservative nonprofit.

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Summertime, and the living is uneasy for Jason IsbellNEW YORK — Jason Isbell had big plans for this summer, between a new album specifically designed to introduce his music to a wider audience and a schedule that had him onstage most nights from May to September.

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Colorado Springs Gazette: Colorado voters should stop all those mandatory 'fees'Colorado taxpayers have a long history of wanting to control their own destiny.

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More Patients Avoiding Hospital Visits In Colorado, 'Staying Home When They Shouldn't'UCHealth Highlands Ranch is normally bustling, but activity has slowed recently.

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ICE appoints new field office director in DenverJohn Fabbricatore, 47, spent much of 2019 as acting field officer director. He oversees enforcement of the United States' immigration laws across a 207,000-square-mile area encompassing Colorado and Wyoming.

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Police: Fort Leavenworth soldier stops active shooter on bridgeLeavenworth Police Chief Pat Kitchens says an active-duty solider at Fort Leavenworth helped stop an active shooter Wednesday on the Centennial Bridge over the Missouri River.

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Pantry of Fremont, Vineyard Christian Fellowship partner for large drive-thru food distribution FridayThe Pantry of Fremont and Vineyard Christian Fellowship have partnered to offer their fourth drive-thru food distribution from noon to 2 p.m.

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Experts say US coronavirus death count is flawed, but closeNEW YORK — The U.S. is hitting a tragic milestone: 100,000 dead from the coronavirus.

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Larry Kramer used voice, pen to raise consciousness on AIDSThis June 12, 2011 file photo shows Larry Kramer, left, and Daryl Roth embracing after they won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play for "The Normal Heart" during the 65th annual Tony Awards in New York.

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Trump, Pence tag-team battleground state for SpaceX launchCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — President Donald Trump is hoping the first launch of American astronauts from U.S. soil in nearly a decade will give...

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In pandemic, using drones to drop medical supplies from skyWith a loud whir and a whoosh, a fixed-wing drone slingshots out of a medical warehouse, zips through hazy skies at 80 mph, pops open a belly hatch and drops a box of medical supplies.

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PG&E's bankruptcy trial opens with attacks on voting processBERKELEY, Calif. — An effort to block Pacific Gas and Electric's path out of bankruptcy kicked off Wednesday's trial on the plan in bankruptcy court as critics of the utility questioned whether the overwhelming vote in favor of the plan by wildfire victims was tainted by conflicts of interest and shoddy counting.

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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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Mayor: Officer who put knee on man's neck should be chargedThe mayor of Minneapolis called for charges to be filed against the white police officer who pressed his knee into the neck of a black man during an arrest, even after the man stopped moving.

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"It blindsided me": Discontinued sports at Furman University leave its Colorado athletes stunnedFormer Regis Jesuit High School lacrosse attacker Anders Erickson earned a Division-I scholarship to Furman University with team captain honors for the 2020-21 college season when the Colorado native was informed his team would no longer exist.

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One top Denver restaurant announced its closing on reopening day in Colorado12 at Madison lasted less than Congress Park. It's predecessor lasted six years downtown.

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Cheyenne Frontier Days Canceled For First Time EverCheyenne Frontier Days has been canceled for the first time in its 124-year history due to the coronavirus.

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Decomposing body of missing Florida woman found in serial rape suspect's carST. LUCIE COUNTY, Fla. - Authorities in Florida revealed gruesome new details Wednesday in the case of a serial rape suspect arrested last week.

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Inmates escape from Florence prison campTwo inmates were discovered missing at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday from Federal Correctional Institution's Satellite Prison Camp in Florence.

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For first time in 124 years, Cheyenne Frontier Days canceledCHEYENNE, Wyo. — Cheyenne Frontier Days, billed as the world's largest outdoor rodeo, has been canceled for the first time in its 124-year history due to the coronavirus, the city's mayor said Wednesday.

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Grains mixed, livestock mixedWheat for Jul. was off 2.25 cents at 5.0675 a bushel; May. corn was up 1.50 cents at 3.2050 a bushel, May oats fell 3.75 cents at $3.2750 a bushel; while May soybeans rose 1.50 cents at $8.4850 a bushel.

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Judge sets June 4 hearing for suspects in Arbery slayingBRUNSWICK, Ga. — A Georgia judge has scheduled a hearing next week for three men charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery,...

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Tennessee to halt sharing COVID-19 patient dataNASHVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee will soon stop providing the names and addresses of COVID-19 patients to first responders, after initially arguing that doing so would protect those on the front line.

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New York City now alone in state in keeping economy closedMerchandise bought online are ready to be picked up at family owned Long Beach Surf Shop, Wednesday, May 27, 2020, in Long Beach, N.Y. Long Island has become the latest region of New York to begin easing restrictions put in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus as it enters the first phase of the state's four-step reopening process.

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Expect Summer Tourism To Look Different As Colorado ReopensMemorial Day weekend typically signals the unofficial start of the summer travel season. The coronavirus, however, now has a lot to say about where people can go and what they can do - especially in a tourist-friendly Colorado.

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Reopening Colorado: Plan To Charge Fee For Climbing The Manitou Incline Moves ForwardYou may soon have to pay a fee when the Manitou Incline trail reopens in Manitou Springs.

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Howes to tackle 355km route from Colorado to KansasEF Pro Cycling's Alex Howes will ride 355km from his home in Colorado to Kansas on Thursday as an "ode" to the postponed Dirty Kanza gravel race, which the US road race champion finished third at in 2019, and was due to ride again this Saturday.

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Colorado education department releases guidelines for reopeningState education officials can't definitively say yet whether students will return to classes in the fall, but a preliminary tool kit the Colorado Department of Education released Tuesday details how public and private schools can be ready for every imaginable scenario.

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Authorities searching for 2 missing inmates in FlorenceTwo inmates from Satellite Prison Camp in Florence were discovered missing by authorities early Wednesday morning, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

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Interviews with Friends: KatrinaSo what are you most excited about right now? Hmmm, summer and heat and hiking!

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PBS to air documentary about Mae West titled 'Dirty Blonde'A documentary about legendary film star Mae West is set to air on PBS in June.

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May 27, 2020: Colorado's Summer Tourism Outlook; Transformative Writing Behind BarsAs the summer tourism season begins, is Colorado putting out the welcome mat? Then, lawmakers start to narrow their focus at the state Capitol.

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Neighbors In Lone Tree Build Mini Golf Course In Front YardsSeveral families turned their front yards into a mini golf course!

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Superior trustees approve allowing restaurants to expand outdoor operationsSuperior trustees on Tuesday approved an ordinance that will allow restaurants to use outdoor spaces to expand their seating capacity while maintaining physical distance between patrons.

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Experts: Art can be a source of therapy during pandemic, even for those without artistic skillAs the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our normal lives and led to anxiety and depression, some people are turning to art as a way to heal.

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Reaction to the death of AIDS activist, writer Larry KramerNEW YORK — Reaction to the death of Larry Kramer, the AIDS activist and playwright who turned his fury into mass protests and helped raise the profile of the disease.

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Inmates escape from Florence prison campTwo inmates were discovered missing at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday from Federal Correctional Institution's Satellite Prison Camp in Florence.

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Video: Mother Bear And 2 Cubs Visit Castle Pines NeighborhoodA mother bear and her two cubs were spotted going for a little stroll in Castle Pines!

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Camper explosion injures woman on National Forest near MancosA camper door was blown 100 feet after an explosion caused by leaking propane ignited in a homemade camper on the San Juan National Forest northeast of Mancos.

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Guest DJ: Alice Bag Returns With a SparkChicana punk singer Alice Bag creates guest DJ playlist and talks new album.

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Boeing slashes 12,000 jobs as virus seizes travel industryBoeing is cutting more than 12,000 jobs through layoffs and buyouts, with several thousand more jobs expected to be cut over the next few months as the aircraft deals with a downturn in travel caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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DNVR Broncos Podcast: What the NHL's restart plan means for the NFLOn 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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Unemployed workers slowly finding jobs as states start reopeningAs for economists, many still believe recovering from the pandemic will not be like flipping a light switch back on.

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Photos: Kids Fishing at Izaak Walton Nature Area in LongmontXiu Xiu Miller, and her father, Louis, catch a fish at Izaak Walton Nature Area on May 27, 2020.Fishing is restricted ti kids under 15-years-old.

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Man charged with murder in Denver parking lot death, officials sayA 25-year-old man has been charged with murder in the killing of another man in a motel parking lot earlier this month, authorities announced Wednesday.

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Fauci says he wears a mask as a sign of respect, adds it's 'the kind of thing you should be doing'Dr. Anthony Fauci said in an interview on Wednesday that he believes that wearing a mask during the coronavirus pandemic is a sign of respect to others.

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Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84Larry Kramer, the playwright whose angry voice and pen raised theatergoers' consciousness about AIDS and roused thousands to militant protests in the early years of the epidemic, has died at 84.

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Arapahoe Basin Opens To 600 Skiers And Boarders Selected By LotteryArapahoe Basin opened its slopes to roughly 600 lucky skiers and snowboarders Wednesday morning - with strict social distancing guidelines in place.

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This Colorado Shipping Container Home Is Stylish and Ideal for Social DistancingThis shipping container home is set on 35 acres of land in Colorado's Roaring Fork Valley, and has views of majestic mountains from every room.

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Warrants describe nightmarish child abuse case in TennesseeKINGSTON, Tenn. — Arrest warrants in a Tennessee couple's abuse case describe a hellish existence for four children in their legal custody, a nightmare that finally ended after a little boy was spotted walking alone along a Roane County road.

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5 killed in fire at Bangladesh coronavirus treatment tentDHAKA, Bangladesh — Fire swept through a tent set up outside a hospital in an upscale area of the Bangladeshi capital to treat people infected with the coronavirus, killing five people, an official said Wednesday.

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Loved ones reunite at an oasis on closed US-Canada borderBLAINE, Wash. — Alec de Rham sat with his back against a stone obelisk marked “International Boundary” as he and his wife visited with a...

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Arapahoe Basin Ski Area reopens to guests by reservation only and with list of restrictionsThere was finally a hint of normalcy when the chair lift kicked on at the base of Arapahoe Basin Ski and Snowboard Area Wednesday morning — the slopes had reopened for the 2019-2020 season with limited skiing and riding.

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Rabid Bats Found In 2 Backyards In Boulder CountyThe two bats are the first to test positive for the disease in Boulder County this year.

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Private kindergarten, summer camp program closes in SuperiorThe Rock Creek School, a private kindergarten and summer school program in Superior, is closing permanently because new requirements to operate during the coronavirus pandemic made it too expensive, according to the owner.

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Safety and stoke: A-Basin's coronavirus reopening provides glimpse of what next ski season may look likeARAPAHOE BASIN — There are a lot of words to describe skiing and snowboarding. "Moral" and "victory" are not usually among them.

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Man says he broke into San Diego bank just so he could heat up his Hot PocketsA man who was arrested on suspicion of breaking into a Chollas View bank early Wednesday morning apparently entered the branch just so he can heat up his Hot Pocket sandwiches.

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Superior trustees approve $2.5M construction contract for 1500 Coalton RoadSuperior trustees on Tuesday unanimously approved a $2.5 million construction contract with PG Arnold Construction for the 1500 Coalton Road renovation project.

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Colorado Joins Multi-State Lawsuit To Challenge Trump Fuel Economy StandardsColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser cried foul this week against an effort by the Environmental Protection Agency to rollback fuel economy standards, joining a multi-state suit led by California.

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An emotional day at Arapahoe Basin as the ski area reopens after coronavirus shutdown"People are going to have to act responsibly, behave well and be cooperative. I think we'll be just fine," A-Basin's Alan Henceroth said.

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Brian Saltzman, Palmer Lake Police Officer, Faces Charges In Accidental Off-Duty Shooting Of Another OfficerA Palmer Lake police officer is facing charges after accidentally shooting a fellow officer on Memorial Day.

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For launch spectators, storms more worrisome than virusTITUSVILLE, Fla. — For the spectators gathered along the Space Coast on Wednesday for an astronaut launch, the rumbling thunder and darkening...

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Glazed or jelly? Doughnuts lure city-roaming bear into trapA black bear roaming around a Florida city proved no match for the doughnuts that lured the animal into a...

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How the Rockies payroll would look under the owners' proposalRockies players stand to lose over three-quarters of their pay overall.

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Littwin: Colorado's legislature is where you'll find the real unmasking scandalOpinion-The Colorado General Assembly reopened with the Trumpian divide on full display among the masked and the maskless, Littwin writes.

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A-Basin reopens, the first Colorado resort to host skiers and snowboarders amid pandemicColorado's Arapahoe Basin reopened Wednesday after having the ski and snowboard season cut short in March by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Boeing slashes 12,000 jobs as virus seizes travel industryBoeing is cutting more than 12,000 jobs through layoffs and buyouts as the coronavirus pandemic seizes the travel industry.

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A stunning tirade highlights Israeli divide over NetanyahuJERUSALEM — He named names of police investigators and prosecutors. He accused them of using “Soviet style” extortion to turn witnesses...

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Suncor reports chemical sheen on Sand Creek, breach of containment area at refinery north of DenverContaminated water has been flowing into Sand Creek and the South Platte River from the Suncor Energy oil refinery north of Denver, and company officials on Wednesday said they were monitoring conditions and "will make any necessary repairs" to a containment area that has been failing.

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Rocky Mountain National Park will begin its timed entry system — with permits required — on June 4Rocky Mountain National Park reopened Wednesday — under guidance from local, state and federal health officials — and is now looking ahead to its second phase of reopening, which involves a timed entry system.

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Aspen Will Hand Out $25 Gift Cards To Spur Local EconomyThe city of Aspen has approved a gift card program that will give some residents $25 to spend at retail stores or restaurants to help stimulate the local economy.

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Crews move to mop-up phase of Cherry Canyon Fire in SE ColoradoCrews moved to the mop-up phase of the 11,000-acre Cherry Canyon Fire in southeast Colorado Tuesday evening more than a week after it sparked.

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Louisville's Avista Adventist Hospital receives top safety rating in new rankingsAvista Adventist Hospital recently received high marks in safety ranking from an independent health care watchdog organization.

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Court: Mental provider not liable in Florida school shootingST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — A mental health provider cannot be held liable for the actions of a man accused of a 2018 Florida high school massacre, an appeals court ruled Wednesday.

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Texas man, ex-Nebraska outfitter sentenced in hunting stingOMAHA, Neb. — A Texas man and former central Nebraska hunting guide has been sentenced to five years’ probation and ordered to pay more than $80,000 in fines and penalties for his part in an illegal hunting operation.

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Luxembourg starts to test its entire population for virusLUXEMBOURG — Luxembourg started a coronavirus testing program Wednesday to check each and every one of its roughly 600,000 people, as well as...

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Players call MLB economic proposal `extremely disappointing'A rookie at the major league minimum would keep about 47% of his original salary this year while multimillionaire stars Mike Trout and Gerrit Cole would lose more than 77% under a sliding-scale proposal by big league teams that players found "extremely disappointing."

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Florence Farmer's Market set to open next week with safety guidelines in placeThe Florence Farmer's Market staff is anticipating a new "normal" this year, but they are fully prepared to open for the13th season bright and early June 4 at Pioneer Park.

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Pompeo tells Congress that Trump administration no longer considers Hong Kong autonomous from ChinaU.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Italy at the start of a four-nation tour of Europe as the push to impeach President Donald Trump gains steam at home.

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Colorado State Announces Game Promotions for 2020 Football SeasonBasketball Basketball: Facebook Basketball: Twitter Basketball: Instagram Basketball: Tickets Basketball: Schedule Basketball: Roster Basketball: News Cross Country Cross Country: Facebook Cross Country: Twitter Cross Country: Instagram Cross Country: Schedule Cross Country: Roster Cross Country: News Football Football: Facebook Football:...

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Disney, SeaWorld announce plans for Florida parks to reopenFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — SeaWorld and Walt Disney World will reopen in Orlando, Florida, in June and July after months of inactivity because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to plans a city task force approved Wednesday.

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NASA chief "all in" for Tom Cruise to film on space stationNASA is rolling out the International Space Station's red carpet for Tom Cruise.

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For first time in 9 years, NASA will send astronauts into space in milestone launchOn Wednesday, for the first time in nine years, American astronauts will lift off from their home soil en route to space — and will do so aboard a privately-funded spacecraft.

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80s cult classic 'Labyrinth' is getting a sequelDirector Scott Derrickson poses for photographers upon arrival at the launch event of the film 'Doctor Strange', at Westminster Abbey in London, Monday, Oct.

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AMD'S Su, Discovery's Zaslav among highest paid CEOsHere are the highest paid male and female CEOs in the S&P 500 index for 2019, as calculated by The Associated Press and Equilar, an executive data...

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Meet The Highest Paid CEO In Colorado: Gregory MaffeiThe Associated Press and Equilar, an executive data firm, listed the top paid CEOs by state for 2019.

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Colorado restaurant owners file suit against the governor, health officialsThe owners of C and C Coffee and Kitchen restaurants have filed a lawsuit against Governor Jared Polis, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and Tri-County Health Department after officials suspended their tax license a few weeks ago.

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Denver Police Will Test Gunshot Detection System On WednesdayPeople who live in Denver may hear gunshots on Wednesday as Denver police calibrate their gunshot detection system.

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NASA chief "all in" for Tom Cruise to film on space stationCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA is rolling out the International Space Station’s red carpet for Tom Cruise to make a movie in orbit.

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UK says fishing deal with EU by end of June looks unlikelyLONDON — The U.K.'s chief negotiator with the European Union said Wednesday it's looking increasingly unlikely the two sides will agree — as hoped — on the terms of access to each other’s waters by the end of next month.

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Aspen will hand out $25 gift cards to spur local economyASPEN, Colo. — The city of Aspen has approved a gift card program that will give some residents $25 to spend at retail stores or restaurants to help stimulate the local economy.

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CEO pay has topped $12.3M. Can it keep rising post-pandemic?The typical pay package for CEOs at the biggest U.S. companies topped $12.3 million last year, and the gap between the boss and their workforces widened further, according to AP’s annual survey of executive compensation.

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Five Ways Marijuana Can Help Colorado's EconomyColorado state projections have marijuana tax revenue slightly dropping over the next year because of the pandemic, but new business licenses and paths to employment could help create jobs, according to pot industry representatives, while towns previously uninterested in the plant may find themselves a bit more...

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Skiing is back in Colorado for lucky few with reservationsDENVER — Skiing is back in Colorado after a more than two-month closure caused by the coronavirus, but only a few have been lucky enough to score reservations at the only reopened resort in...

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Fountain driver who hit school bus in stolen truck sentenced to 12 yearsA driver who hit a school bus carrying 17 students in a stolen truck and fled the scene in December was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in jail.

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Disney World hopes to open some parks on July 11, says it will require masks and temperature checksThe theme park will require employees and guests to wear masks and get temperature checks at park entrances.

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Huge Washington unemployment fraud warning to other statesSEATTLE — The first word Seattle political consultant Dayna Lurie had that someone filed for unemployment benefits in her name was when her...

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Bulgarian police seize more than 360 kilograms of cocaineSOFIA, Bulgaria — Bulgarian police have discovered and seized more than 360 kilograms of cocaine from an apartment in the capital.

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Gov. Polis: Colorado's coronavirus cases and deaths 'leveling off'Gov. Jared Polis said at a briefing Tuesday that the Colorado's number of new coronavirus cases and deaths were moving in a downward trend, encouraging statewide limited reopenings just one month after the state's stay-at-home order lifted.

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Firefighting activity winds down as wildfire in Las Animas County comes under controlThe Cherry Canyon Fire in Las Animas County was 80% contained Tuesday night, according to the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control.

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AMD's Lisa Su is first woman to top AP's CEO pay analysisLisa Su of Advanced Micro Devices is the first woman ever to top The Associated Press’ annual survey of CEO compensation: Her 2019 pay package was...

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Lake of the Ozarks business owner defends actionsO'FALLON, Mo. — The owner of a business that hosted crowded pool parties over the Memorial Day weekend at Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks says no laws were broken and safety measures were in place to protect against the spread of the coronavirus.

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So-called honor killing of teen girl brings outcry in IranTEHRAN, Iran — The so-called honor killing of a 14-year-old Iranian girl by her father, who reportedly used a farming sickle to behead her as she slept, has prompted a nationwide outcry.

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Charges formally filed against Canon City man accused of murderCharges formally were filed Wednesday against a Cañon City man who is accused of fatally shooting his longtime friend during a dispute May 17.

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Here's a breakdown of current COVID-19 statistics in ColoradoHere's a look at the current status of COVID-19 in Colorado, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

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NYC Commission on Human Rights investigating racially-charged Central Park videoAfter Amy Cooper was caught on camera invoking Christian Cooper's race in a false 911 call after a dispute over her dog being off its leash, New York City's Commission on Human Rights is launching an investigation into the incident.

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Montanya Valentia Review: An Awesome American Rum That Personifies Liquid CourageThe American rum industry has experienced a boom in recent years and a company that is at the forefront of this exciting frontier is Colorado-based Montanya.

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Burger King debuts 'social distancing crowns' in GermanyBurger King wants its customers to enjoy eating their food safely - hence why they've come up with a smart idea: social distancing crowns.

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Woman rescued Monday after falling from rock pile while hiking in BoulderA woman was rescued Monday after she fell from a rock pile while hiking in the 6000 block of Olde Stage Road, between Lazy Acres and U.S. 36 in Boulder.

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NBA Umpire Scott Foster Is Interested For People To Hear Everything Said In Games Without FollowersGetty Image Discussions continue on how the NBA could restart the 2019-20 season and, with a massive Board of Governors meeting on the horizon later this week, a sense of urgency is seemingly developing.

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Justice Department closes investigation into 3 senators who sold stock before market crashSens. Dianne Feinstein , Kelly Loeffler and Jim Inhofe have been informed that the Justice Department has closed investigations into their stock trades, according to people familiar with the notifications.

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Paid reservations to be explored for Manitou Incline; reopening timetable uncertainManitou Springs' City Council Tuesday night unanimously directed staff to pursue reopening the popular Manitou Incline with a paid reservation system aimed at limiting crowds.

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1 Dead In Shootout With Thornton Police, No Officers HurtA man is dead after an apparent shootout with police officers outside a city building in Thornton.

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Nevada casinos to reopen; America in lockdown devours pizzaThe outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed.

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Tuesday Morning becomes 5th big retailer to file Chapter 11Discount goods retailer Tuesday Morning has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the fifth major retailer to do so since the pandemic.

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Colorado Weather: A Warm Wednesday Will Finish On The Stormy SideWe have a warm Wednesday to look forward to before a cool wave moves in late in the day and gets a few showers and thunderstorms going.

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Fire sparks at closed Valley View K-8 school Wednesday morningAdams County Fire responded to a fire at a closed school near the US 36 and Interstate 25 interchange Wednesday morning.

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Police say man dead after apparent shootout in ThorntonTHORNTON, Colo. — A man died after an apparent shootout with police officers outside a city building in suburban Denver late Tuesday, police said.

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Sophie's Neighborhood nonprofit aims to help kids with rare MCTOSophie Feder Rosenberg, daughter of Top Chef Season 5 winner Hosea Rosenberg, has a rare diease: Multicentric Carpotarsal Osteolysis or MCTO.

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