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School's Back, And So Is Online Learning. Here Are Some Expert Tips For Teachers And ParentsBe creative, relax the schedule and more advice from a University of Colorado professor who has studied online education for decades.

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Even If Google Suggests It, Don't Try To Sneak Into The Roaring Fork Valley On Back RoadsAfter the Grizzly Creek Fire shut down I-70 on Monday, drivers are trying to find alternate routes - with varying degrees of success.

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Aug. 13, 2020: Returning To School In Rush; Making The Most Of Online LearningStudents at Miami-Yoder School in Rush, Colorado are among the first to return to in-person class during the pandemic.

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Monument Town employees test positive for COVID-19Town officials said they completed extensive contact tracing with El Paso County Health and do not believe there is any risk to the community.

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Elijah McClains' Death Has Sparked 5 Investigations In Aurora. Here's What Could HappenThe death of Elijah McClain inspired fury in Colorado and across the world and led to dozens of protests against the Aurora police.

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Police investigating shooting on Platte AvenueCOLORADO SPRINGS — Colorado Springs Police are investigating a shooting reported in the 2300 block of Platte Avenue.

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Tobacco Retail Is Concentrated Near Denver Schools And Low-Income Neighborhoods, A New Study FindsIn Denver, there are nearly two times as many tobacco retailers in the lowest income neighborhoods than in the highest income neighborhoods and that's quite concerning, ” said Henriksen, a senior research scientist at the Stanford School of Medicine and lead researcher on the study.Â.

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Landmark Theatres is selling Esquire Theatre in Denver for $3.3 millionCommercial real estate firm Unique Properties this week advertised the building for $3.3 million, describing it as "a generational asset." The building is owned by a family LLC known as Downing Street and leased by Landmark Theatres, Â which also operates the Mayan, Chez Artiste and Landmark Greenwood Village theaters in the metro area.

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Pine Gulch Fire Now 5th Largest In Colorado HistoryLightning started the Pine Gulch Fire on July 31 and the weather has given fire crews little help since.

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Wildflowers and Grand and IntimateIve enjoyed shooting flowers since the beginning of my photo journey. Living Back East, there were a lot of gardens nearby and I was a member of the renowned Longwood Gardens and an esta...

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Southwest Will Fly From Denver To Steamboat Starting In DecemberThe flight will run three times a day from Dec. 19 through April 11. Tickets will be as low as $49 one-way.

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Wellington Recreation Announces Open Registration for New ActivitiesWellington Recreation has announced that registration is now open for a multitude of activities to provide youth and adults within the community a variety of recreational activities.

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Colorado to extend state benefits to the unemployed for 13 more weeksThe state extended benefits program will make some eligible for a year of unemployment aid.

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Colorado Springs peace officer memorial vandalizedCOLORADO SPRINGS — A peace officer memorial in Colorado Springs has been vandalized, resulting in $50,000 worth of damages, according to the Pikes Peak Region Peace Officers' Memorial Foundation.

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Colorado Drought Keeps Worsening. Now The Driest Since Devastating Summer Of 2012It's a situation not seen in almost a decade and it could get even worse.

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At 68,000 acres and growing, the Pine Gulch Fire is one of Colorado's largest wildfires everOvernight mapping measured the fire, which started burning after a lightning strike on July 31, at 68,323 acres as of Thursday at 11:30 a.m., according to the Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team.

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Communities desperate for more housing assistance funding as moratoriums endAs eviction moratoriums end across the nation, homeowners and renters are facing a crisis. Some cities and towns are pleading with Congress for another round of coronavirus relief aid.

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Attacks, pandemic a 'gut punch' for famed Chicago districtCHICAGO — Neil Mehra’s cigar shop just off Chicago's Michigan Avenue wouldn't normally share much in common with big brand-name stores such as...

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Georgia governor to drop lawsuit over Atlanta mask mandateATLANTA — Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Thursday said he’s dropping a lawsuit against the city of Atlanta in a dispute over the city’s requirement to wear masks in public and other restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Is COVID-19 Making Airplane Passengers More Unruly?Stephanie Scherrer was settling in for her two-hour Southwest Airlines flight from Denver to her home in Los Angeles.

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Colorado First Responders Use Yoga To Manage Stress During CoronavirusFirst responders in Castle Rock and Colorado Springs are turning to yoga to help them improve their physical and mental health on the job as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

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Mother, kids removed from flight when 3-year-old with autism wouldn't wear a maskSadler's son doesn't like his face being touched, and she carries a medical note explaining the condition.

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Smoke from Colorado wildfires near Grand Junction, Glenwood Springs blowing into DenverSmoke is hanging heavy along the Front Range Thursday, obscuring views of city skylines and mountain majesties, Â increasing people's risk of respiratory problems and serving as a stark reminder of the raging wildfires to the west.

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Names, Photos Released Of All 5 Victims In Green Valley Ranch ArsonDenver authorities are renewing their plea for the public to help them in their investigation into last week's Green Valley Ranch house fire that killed five family members.

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TikTok and its employees prepare to fight Trump over app banTikTok and its U.S. employees are planning to take President Donald Trump's administration to court over his sweeping order to ban the popular...

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Resident robbed at gunpoint in home invasion in NorthglennNORTHGLENN, Colo. — Police are investigating a home invasion robbery in Northglenn early Thursday morning.

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AMC Theatres In Denver Metro Reopening Next WeekAfter some delays, AMC is reopening select theaters in Colorado next week. Six theaters in the Denver metro area are reopening to guests on Thursday, Aug.

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Colorado unemployment trust fund set to become insolvent next week; state will borrow from fedsColorado's unemployment trust fund is expected to become insolvent early next week, but the state will borrow money from the Federal Unemployment Account and people who are on unemployment should not see any interruption in their benefit payments.

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Photos: BVSD District Professional Development DayAUGUST 13, 2020 : Nicole Stout, left, and Bev Sanders, go through books that could be used in their classrooms during District Professional Development Day at Ryan Elementary in Lafayette on August 13, 2020.

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DNVR Broncos Podcast: The biggest storylines heading into training campOn the latest edition of the DNVR Broncos Podcast, Zac Stevens and Ryan Koenigsberg are coming to you to break down all of the latest news in Broncos Country.

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Canon City man sentenced to supervised probation for role in assaultCody Butcher was sentenced to four years of supervised probation for his role in the assault of a man Nov.

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Bolivia's political crisis threatens hospitals and patientsLA PAZ, Bolivia — Hooked up to ventilators, 11 prematurely born infants struggled for survival Thursday in the intensive care ward of a...

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American considering cutting flights to many smaller citiesDALLAS — American Airlines is planning to drop flights to up to 30 smaller U.S. cities if a federal requirement to continue those flights expires at the end of next month, an airline official familiar with the matter said Thursday.

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Weeknight Hike: Belcher Hill Trail, Golden, COHaven’t been on one of these in awhile. Last night I met up with a fellow Florida transplant friend in Golden for a golden hour hike.

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Artist creates origami crane memorial for COVID-19 victimsAn artist in Los Angeles is memorializing each of the thousands of people who have died from COVID-19 in the United States with a delicate origami...

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Earth Wear project repurposes trash into art for open-air display in North BoulderEarth Wear mobilizes Boulderites to make beauty out of waste through creative reuse.

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Museums seek creative ways to safely reopen during COVID-19 pandemicMany cultural institutions remain closed because of COVID-19, including thousands of museums around the country.

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Payments for student loan borrowers pushed back to 2021A new order delays student loan payments through the end of the year, and there's a program those in default should take advantage of.

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Rebecca Ann Redeker identified in 1993 cold case from Douglas CountyA young woman whose body was found in 1993 near a makeshift camp in the forest of Douglas County has finally been identified, the sheriff's office announced Thursday.

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Private school in Michigan planning outdoor, camp-like model for fallUpland Hills School in Oxford, Michigan, doesn't look like your traditional classroom setting; that's because it's not.

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AMC reopening a sixth of movie theaters nationwide, including some in ColoradoThe safety plan states that theaters will have upgraded air filters and disinfectant supplies. Staff will block off every other row at locations with traditional seating, and customers are asked to “leave an empty seat between yourself and other guests.” Staff will block off every other row at locations with traditional seating, and...

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New research suggests flu shot could reduce Alzheimer's riskThere's no cure for Alzheimer's, but new research suggests certain vaccines could potentially reduce a person's risk for developing this devastating disease.

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Colorado Secretary of State Responds After Trump Says He Opposes Funding USPS Because Of Mail-In Voting: 'This Is Voter Suppression'"It's voter suppression to undermine the safest method to vote during a pandemic, and force Americans to risk their lives to vote," Jena Griswold stated.

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California study looks at cost of PPE shortage, in dollars and Covid-19 casesResearchers at the school looked at the cost of PPE and the early costs and infection rates of coronavirus in California.

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife to host ZOOM Meetings for Public FeedbackColorado Parks and Wildlife biologists and field staff will host a Zoom webinar Tuesday, August 18 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm online to receive public feedback from landowners and hunters regarding its proposed Herd Management Plan revisions for deer on the northeast plains.

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AMC Theatres will reopen six Colorado theaters after coronavirus closureThe chain announced Thursday that it will open August 20, and it will premiere "The Mutants" at the end of the month and "Tenet" in September.

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Suspect Arrested In Hit-And-Run Crash That Killed Lisa Reyes at A Denver Bus StopPolice say they have made an arrest in the hit-and-run crash that killed a woman at a bus stop on West Mississippi Avenue Monday night.

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Trump's pledge to block post office money amounts to voter suppression, Colorado secretary of state saysPresident Donald Trump's comments that he’ll continue blocking money for the U.S. Postal Service amount to voter suppression, said Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, who oversees what is considered the country's gold standard mail-in ballot system.

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'She is someone, she is no longer our Jane Doe': Douglas County authorities ID woman killed in 1993 cold caseAt a press conference at the Justice Center in Castle Rock on Thursday morning, Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said he was a deputy when her remains were first found and now, as a sheriff, considered it an honor to say her name out loud to the public: Rebecca Ann Redeker, known to her family as Becky.

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Winter Park Resort plans to open for skiing in mid-November, as it usually doesThe ski area shut down for the season this spring after Gov. Jared Polis ordered all ski areas to close amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Daimler reaches deal to settle US diesel emissions claimsBERLIN — Daimler AG, the maker of Mercedes-Benz cars, says it has reached an agreement in principle to settle U.S. claims over emissions from...

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Big Sky scuttles rest of fall sports schedule over COVID-19FARMINGTON, Utah — The Big Sky Conference has voted to postpone all fall sports competition until the spring because of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.

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Private prison industry backs Trump, prepares if Biden winsHOUSTON — Executives at the nation’s two largest private prison companies have been donating large sums to President Donald Trump and Republican candidates with an eye toward the November elections that one of the corporations believes will lead to a rebound in its stock price.

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Residents Band Together To March Antifa Commie B******* Out of the NeighborhoodThose Fort Collins citizens better watch out! Unlike Antifa tactics, defending yourself will get you arrested.

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Biden, Harris to deliver remarks Thursday after meeting with public health expertsDemocratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden and his running mate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., arrive to speak at a news conference at Alexis Dupont High School in Wilmington, Del., Wednesday, Aug., 12, 2020.

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Intense doc 'Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren and Stimpy Story' explores strange history of showTaking a cue from the ironic catch phrase / refrain "Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren and Stimpy Story" takes an incisive look at the show and proves that the way the sausage was made was often brutal.

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Grizzly Creek Fire grows to 6,521 acres, with red flag warning in effect again ThursdayOfficials: "Residents in north Glenwood Springs should be prepared for rapidly changing conditions"

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Michigan plans dedicated road lanes for autonomous vehiclesLANSING, Mich. — The state of Michigan and some private partners are taking steps toward building or assigning dedicated lanes for automated vehicles on a 40-mile stretch of highway between Detroit and Ann Arbor.

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WATCH: Michael Wilbon rips Nebraska over Big Ten decisionThe Huskers may play football in 2020, but it comes with a cost.

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South Broadway Press: Call for Full-Length Poetry ManuscriptsSouth Broadway is in reference to the South Broadway region of Denver, a long-wide strip of road that dives straight towards downtown Denver.

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'No justice, no Derby': Activists in Louisville call for cancellation of Kentucky Derby amid Breonna Taylor's deathActivists in Louisville are calling for the cancellation of the 2020 Kentucky Derby due to increased racial tensions.

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Flag-draped coffins of troops from sunken tank sent to DoverSAN DIEGO — The flag-draped coffins carrying the remains of seven Marines and a sailor who died after the Marine Corp’s seafaring tank sank...

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Protesters hold up US detention of 2 in Oregon for hoursBEND, Ore. — U.S. Border Patrol officers late Wednesday used pepper spray on demonstrators as they pushed their way through a crowd to get to two men detained by immigration agents inside a bus that could not move for about 12 hours because of the protesters.

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Rockies' Charlie Blackmon, a routine-driven hit machine, generating early excitement that he could hit.400In all the hours before and after his mind goes blank in the box for the incoming pitch is where Charlie Blackmon has built his brand as a bearded batting champion, a hitter capable of getting as h...

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81  Hilary SiderisShe flaunts her pomegranate - purple impulse-purchase mini-push mower in her duplex backyard, our mother of contradictions from Depression-era Texas, women’s libber, cheapskate even when it comes to shoes, of which she has hundreds of pairs.

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Colorado unemployment numbers continue to dropNationally, initial unemployment claims dropped below one million last week, marking the first time since March that the number of initial claims dipped below one million.

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For first time in 30 years, country music legend Dolly Parton is releasing holiday albumFor Dolly Parton fans, Christmas came early.

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A Posthumous Review Of Jason Molina's ‘Eight Gates'Vicky remembers the joy and sadness of Jason Molina.

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NFL Mock Draft: What if all college sports are canceled?I was going to have the Jets pick first — mostly because I wanna make fun of Sam Darnold not being good in the NFL, although I think it's the Jets' fault and that he's going to realize his potential on another team — but I don't want to see them waste Trevor Lawrence.

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Israel successfully tests advanced missile defense systemJERUSALEM — Israel's Defense Ministry said Thursday it conducted a successful test of the country’s advanced missile defense system against long-range ballistic attacks.

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US seizes digital currency accounts used by militant groupsWASHINGTON — The Justice Department has seized millions of dollars from cryptocurrency accounts used by militant organizations based abroad, including the Islamic State group and al-Qaida.

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Trump opposes USPS funding, says mail voting hard without itWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump says he opposes additional funding for the U.S. Postal Service, acknowledging that his position would starve the agency of money Democrats say it needs to process an anticipated surge in mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.

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In 'Boys State,' American politics in a teenage microcosmNEW YORK — Even mock elections require wall-to-wall coverage, so when Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine set out to document Texas’ Boys State, the...

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Talk of Harris successor sets off California guessing gameLOS ANGELES — The possible election of U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris as vice president has kicked off widespread speculation in California about who...

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Android phones could track tremors and warn of earthquakesNo app is needed. Google also announced that Android phones around the world will begin acting as mini-seismometers to sense tremors.

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Cold Case Update: Body Found In 1993 Identified As Rebecca 'Becky' RedeckerDetectives want to talk to anyone who knew Becky and who she may have been spending time with in the summer of 1993.

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1 dead following Denver crash involving motorcycleDENVER — One man died following a crash involving a motorcycle at Green Valley Ranch Boulevard and Peña Boulevard Wednesday.

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Fire Victims in Denver Receive Support and Services from American Red CrossThe American Red Cross of Colorado is assisting residents that experienced a building fire Saturday, August 8 in Denver.

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President Trump says UAE to open diplomatic ties with IsraelThis agreement means the UAE, which is home to the cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, would become the first Gulf Arab state to have ties to Israel.

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Colorado Governor Jared Polis-Founded Cinema Latino Declares BankruptcyIn another sad example of fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, the small chain that owns Aurora's Sonora Cinemas, formerly Cinema Latino, has declared Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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Rising water temperatures threaten fish populationsDrought, lower flows pose serious challenges to aquatic life in Southwest Colorado.

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Rockslide knocks out portion of Continental Divide TrailThe U.S. Forest Service said a rockslide knocked out about 30 feet of the Continental Divide Trail west of Wolf Creek Pass.

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New Colorado Quarantine Guidance Would Allow More Students To Stay In SchoolColorado public health officials have revised their coronavirus quarantine guidance for schools in ways that would send fewer children home and allow them to return to school more quickly.

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Salt Lake City suspends officer, K-9 program after video released of Black man attacked by dogAn officer with the Salt Lake City Police Department has been suspended after being accused of unnecessarily ordering a K-9 to attack a man who listened to commands from police.

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UK begins testing a new app to fight COVID-19 spreadLONDON — Britain started testing a new smartphone app Thursday to help people find out whether they’ve been close to someone infected with COVID-19 after security concerns torpedoed an earlier effort to use technology to track the disease.

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Coronavirus positive? Thousands in Germany left wonderingBERLIN — Tens of thousands of travelers who were tested for the coronavirus upon entering Germany in the last two weeks waited Thursday to...

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Federal appeals court: Male-only draft is constitutionalNEW ORLEANS — A federal appeals court in New Orleans upheld the constitutionality of the all-male military draft system Thursday, citing a 1981 U.S. Supreme Court decision.

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Upset, anger as students handed grades for cancelled examsThousands of school-leaving children in Britain have been left distraught after finding out Thursday that they were given lower-than-expected grades, with many questioning how the results were calculated after the coronavirus pandemic cancelled exams key for college applications.

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China says package of frozen chicken wings tests positive for Covid-19A statement from the city of Shenzhen says a "surface sample of frozen chicken wings" tested positive.

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Southwest Colorado program for entrepreneurs offers virtual showcaseThe Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs plans to host its annual Startup Showcase virtually on Sept.

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Pueblo County Commissioners want more facts and legal advice before voting on Black Hills Energy transmission linePueblo County Commissioners have decided they want more time to allow staff to collect facts and legal advice on the Black Hills Energy proposal to run transmission line towers in western Pueblo County into Fremont County.

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Grizzly Creek fire update: Wildfire outside Glenwood Springs grows to 6,250 acresThe Grizzly Creek fire outside Glenwood Springs grew to 6,250 acres Wednesday night as Interstate 70 remains closed.

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Pappas sponsoring bill to protect voting rights for youngCONCORD, N.H. — U.S. Rep. Chris Pappas of New Hampshire is sponsoring a bill that would strengthen voting rights protections for young people.

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Wayward emu captured running through New Jersey cityPATERSON, N.J. — A wayward emu was taken to an animal shelter after it was captured while running through the streets of a northern New Jersey city.

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VIRUS DIARY: Have toilet seat, will travelBOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — People said we were crazy. We said we’d be careful.

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Grounded ship emptied of oil, but heavy damage for MauritiusJOHANNESBURG — Almost all the remaining oil has been pumped from a Japanese ship that ran aground off Mauritius, but its initial spill of...

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Pine Gulch fire update: Wildfire outside Grand Junction grows to 68,000 acres overnightThe Pine Gulch fire continued to expand outside Grand Junction on Wednesday night, pushing past 68,000 acres as firefighters successfully kept the flames from crossing a key road.

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Pine Gulch and Grizzly Creek fire smoke drifting through southern ColoradoIf you see or smell smoke today and tonight, it's from two fires raging out in western Colorado.

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Cory Gardner Rips National Mail-In Voting During Private FundraiserDuring recent interviews, Gardner has said positive things about the way Colorado has conducted mail-in voting, and he did so again, more or less, during a forum not meant for public consumption: an August 5 telephone fundraiser.

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President Trump says UAE to open diplomatic ties with IsraelDUBAI, United Arab Emirates — President Donald Trump said on Thursday that the United Arab Emirates and Israel have agreed to establish full diplomatic ties as part of a deal to halt the annexation of occupied land sought by the Palestinians for their future state.

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Western Colorado fires grow in warm weather, droughtGLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. — Fueled by drought conditions, wildfires burning in western Colorado continue to grow in warm, windy weather.

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Distrust of authority fuels virus misinformation for LatinosMEMPHIS, Tenn. — When Claudia Guzman suspected she had caught the coronavirus, her friends and family were full of advice: Don’t quarantine....

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Pueblo police searching for 53-year-old man missing from assisted living facilityPUEBLO — A 53-year-old man with mental health issues is missing from an assisted living facility in Pueblo, according to the Pueblo Police Department.

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Highlands Ranch bakery whips up smiles with homemade cookies, cakesTucked into a quiet neighborhood of Highlands Ranch, three women are busy whipping up all kinds of goodies to try to spread cheer among the pandemic.

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Man arrested after pipe bombs found near Florida strip mallA man is under arrest after police say several pipe bombs were found near a strip mall in Florida on Wednesday.

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UV light has been used to disinfect for years, but new products on rise due to COVID-19As disinfecting wipes and sprays fly off store shelves, companies are looking for new ways to keep surfaces coronavirus-free.

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Runner Courtney Dauwalters record attempt on Colorado Trail stopped after hospitalizationUltrarunner Courtney Dauwalter stopped her attempt to set a new record on the Colorado Trail after acute bronchitis led to hospitalization.

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Senators lay out plan for college athletes bill of rightsA group of senators led by Cory Booker of New Jersey and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut on Thursday released a plan for reforming college sports with an athletes bill or rights.

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Bankrupt Alaska airline seeks bonus for its chief executiveANCHORAGE, Alaska — The largest rural airline in Alaska has declared bankruptcy and laid off more than a thousand workers but wants to award $250,000 in bonus money to its chief executive and other employees.

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2nd ICE detainee in Georgia dies from COVID-19 complicationsLUMPKIN, Ga. — A diabetic Costa Rican man in federal immigration custody has become the second detainee in Georgia to die from COVID-19 complications after being held at a detention center that has reported more than 150 coronavirus cases.

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Rose Bowl in April? Rocky Mountain Showdown in Las Vegas? The possible silver linings of college football in early 2021The postponement of Pac-12/Big Ten seasons brings interesting scenarios.

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Boulder woman sentenced to probation, house arrest for buying gun for friendA Boulder County woman was sentenced to probation and home detention for lying on a form to obtain a firearm for a friend.

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Aurora school board struggling with who will decide when it's safe to start in-person learning, and howAurora board members said they worry that public health guidance is being influenced by political and economic pressures Published on Aug 13, 2020 8:28AM MDTEducation Primary category in which blog post is published.

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New Colorado quarantine guidance would allow more students to stay in schoolIn cases where students or staff have mild symptoms that resolve within 24 hours and community transmission is low, the new guidance lays out ways to keep students in school Published on Aug 13, 2020 8:24AM MDTEducation Primary category in which blog post is published.

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Colorado cannabis sales set record in JuneRecreational marijuana sales during the month of June were in excess of $158 million in Colorado, the highest amount to date.

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Coronavirus wiped out 29,840 jobs, years of growth in Denver's arts scene, report saysIn less than six months, the pandemic wiped out one-third of the gains Denvers cultural sector had made over the last decade.

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Coronavirus impact on Denver's art scene: A decade of growth is lostThe coronavirus has wiped out nearly a third of Colorado arts and music jobs and has cost those sectors billions, according to new reports.

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Florence-Penrose School District Superintendent: Preparing for a new school yearThere is no doubt this will be an interesting year, but I am confident that together we will maneuver through our new realities like champions.

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Weld County Deputy Michael Ryan Fired After DUI ArrestThe Weld County sheriff has fired one of his deputies after he was arrested. Michael Ryan was taken into custody on Sunday night on suspicion of DUI and other charges.

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REI to sell brand new corporate headquarters, embrace remote workThe company's headquarters, located in the Seattle area, transitioned to nearly 100 percent remote work in early March.

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Crews try to tame massive forest fire north of Los AngelesLOS ANGELES — Light winds and scattered thundershowers early Thursday were helping to calm the flames of a huge wildfire that prompted...

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Pueblo Officers Fatally Shoot 48-Year-Old Lyana Gilmore During Home InvasionAuthorities say a woman was killed by police Tuesday after an alleged home invasion in Pueblo.

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United Way of Larimer County Hires Deirdre Sullivan as New CEO/PresidentUnited Way of Larimer County has hired local nonprofit leader and policy advocate Deirdre Sullivan as their new CEO/President to strengthen the community through collaboration with community agencies, philanthropists and corporate partners.

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Colorado telecom company ConcealFab makes prestigious Inc. 5000 list for the second year in a row.ConcealFab has been selected as a 2020 Inc. 5000 fastest growing private company in the nation.

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Canon City Superintendent George Welsh: This school year will be like no otherThe Cañon City School Districts vision continues to be Learning for life!  Our foundation is our mission.

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"Secret Drink Mix" Formula Gets Out"We think about the consumer first and foremost and not about a business opportunity. That authentically resonates."

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COVID-19 Update: New Outbreaks at Eight Colorado RestaurantsThe CDPHE considers an entity an outbreak after two or more COVID-19 cases among residents, staffers or the like are confirmed within a fourteen-day period, or two or more cases of respiratory illness with an onset of symptoms within a fourteen-day period are paired with at least one additional COVID-19 diagnosis.

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Colorado has a juicy stake in an accurate censusJoey Bunch: "How the U.S. Census plays out in the next few months presents big implications for Colorado, so add that to the mix of demands for your attention here"

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Is it safe to drink from a fountain during the pandemic?Since the coronavirus may linger on surfaces, experts say to avoid drinking fountains if you can or to limit any direct contact when using them.

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Colorado Lawmakers Will Push Police Radio Encryption Bill in 2021Representative Leslie Herod of Denver is ready to support a bill to bring police radio communications out from the dark.

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I wonder where we will end up?There are sometimes that you set out on for a specific activity and many times you know exactly what to expect!

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Backpacking to Jasper Lake, Indian Peaks WildernessBackpacking takes camping to another level. Click for a hike and loads of photos of Jasper and Devil's Thumb Lakes in the Indian Peaks Wilderness of Colorado!

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Mother gunned down in home while 9-year-old was on class video callHeartbreaking new details are coming to light about the deadly shooting of a Martin County mother in front of her six children on Tuesday.

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Search and Rescue teams continue overnight evacuation on Pikes PeakPIKES PEAK — El Paso County Search and Rescue is continuing its evacuation efforts Thursday morning of a person who is injured on the north side of Pikes Peak.

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Western Colorado Wildfires Grow In Warm Weather, DroughtGrizzly Creek Fire growing on the slopes south of the Colorado River on Aug.

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Why you should go to the park after workBecause in elementary school we would try to convince the teacher to teach us outside since it was a nice day and they only acquiesced once.

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Fort Collins Brawl: Women Medics Claim Pro-Police Thugs Assaulted ThemIn a news release issued in the wee hours of August 13, the team also maintains that members of Fort Collins Police Services "did not take any action to prevent any altercations throughout the entirety of the event."

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AMC to offer 15-cent tickets on first day of reopeningAMC Entertainment said Thursday that it expects to open the doors to more than 100 cinemas — or about a sixth of its nationwide locations — on Aug.

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Colorado Rockies news: Charlie Blackmon again? Really?Remember last week when I wrote about how Charlie Blackmon wasn't getting enough coverage nationally about his hot start?

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Sunny skies with a high of 96 today in BoulderBoulder should see highs in the 90s today and over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

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New unemployment claims fall below 1 million for first time in 5 monthsThough the rate of applications for unemployment benefits has reached its lowest point since March, it has exceeded 1 million for 20 straight weeks — well above the record high that predated the pandemic.

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Colorado forest fires creating horrible air conditionsColorado has two forest fires burning in western Colorado right now, the Pine Gulch fire near Grand Junction and the Grizzly Creek fire near Glenwood Springs.

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Africa begins continent-wide study of COVID-19 antibodiesJOHANNESBURG — An Africa-wide study of antibodies to the coronavirus has begun, while evidence from a smaller study indicates that many more people have been infected than official numbers show, the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.

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Get ready for fall: Dunkin' bringing back PSL on August 19The coffee and donut chain announced this week they will be serving up their pumpkin flavored beverages, bakery treats and more starting on August 19.

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Missing 3-year-old from Louisiana found in Colorado SpringsPolice were alerted Wednesday evening that the 3-year-old girl was in an apartment complex off of Astrozon and Chelton.

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Greece welcomes French boost as tension rises in east MedATHENS, Greece — Greece's prime minister warmly thanked France Thursday for boosting its military presence in the eastern Mediterranean, where...

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AP PHOTOS: Across faiths, pandemic alters worship, ritesLondon and its environs are home to a notable diversity of faiths and flocks. Rites that have been the bedrock of their beliefs for centuries had...

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Latest World and National News and HeadlinesThe Nation's Newspaper provides you with up-to-date coverage of US and international news, weather, entertainment, finance, and more.

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Video: Officer saves man in wheelchair from oncoming trainThe officer's body camera captured the moment Wednesday morning when she spotted a man in a wheelchair stuck on the tracks in Lodi, California.

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Colorado Drought Keeps Worsening. Now The Driest Since Devastating Summer Of 2012It's a situation not seen in almost a decade and it could get even worse.

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Hot and dry conditions persist across Colorado, record-tying heat possible in Denver todayIt will be another hot and dry day, with high fire danger across Colorado.

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Demoted Milwaukee police chief to retire, defends recordMILWAUKEE — Milwaukee's former police chief, who was demoted to captain in part for using tear gas against protesters demonstrating over George Floyd’s death, has chosen to retire instead of staying with the department.

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Oil, gas industry can be vehicle for U.S. economic recovery, energy secretary saysThe U.S. oil and gas industry, which leads the world in production, is a vehicle for recovery from the pandemic-driven economic downturn, Â Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette said Wednesday in a virtual, round table discussion with Colorado policy and business leaders.

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Pandemic has cost Colorado communities $1 billion in retail sales, but in some cities revenue is actually up. Here's why.The pandemic's downward pull on consumer spending in Colorado is undeniable, but so far declines in retail sales are lower than forecast in many places, with the brunt of losses concentrated in communities dependent on outside spending.

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Inflation in metro Denver is rising three times faster than the national averageConsumer prices in metro Denver in July rose at triple the U.S. rate, with gasoline, auto insurance, clothing and meat prices outpacing the gains measured nationally, according to the latest inflation report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Courtney Dauwalter's Colorado Trail run stopped after hospitalizationUltrarunner Courtney Dauwalter stopped her attempt to set a new record on the Colorado Trail after acute bronchitis led to hospitalization.

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Coronavirus wipes a decade of growth in Denver's arts scene, report saysThe coronavirus has wiped out nearly a third of Colorado arts and music jobs and has cost those sectors billions, according to new reports.

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Poll: U.S. House race between Boebert and Mitsch Bush in western Colorado is tiedA closely-watched congressional contest in western and southern Colorado is tied, according to a poll conducted in early August and released Thursday.

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Colorado economy: Pandemic has cost state $1B in retail sales, but in some cities revenue is actually upThe pandemic's downward pull on consumer spending in Colorado is undeniable, but so far declines in retail sales are lower than forecast in many places, with the brunt of losses concentrated in communities dependent on outside spending.

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Denver weather: Hot, dry pattern continues along with air quality concernsHot, dry weather continues a dominant pattern along the Front Range, elevating fire dangers as smoke from the Western Slope fires raise air quality health concerns.

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Independence Pass closed until further notice after trucks illegally detour due to I-70 closureThe highway will be closed indefinitely to everyone, including pedestrians and cyclists, except for Leadville residents who might currently be on the Pitkin County side of the closure - so long as they can provide proof of their Leadville address.

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Video: Suspected drunk driver crashes into Wheat Ridge police vehiclePolice in Wheat Ridge released video Wednesday showing the moment a suspected drunk driver crashed full speed into the rear of a police vehicle.

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Colorado unemployment payments: State seeks guidance on paying extra $400For Coloradans on unemployment, don't expect the extra $400 to show up in weekly payments just yet.

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Masks and social distancing part of Trump's school reopening policyThe Schools Should Reopen Safely policy is based on three assumed facts by the administration: that prolonged school closures cause harm, children are at low risk for serious illness from Covid-19, and that educating children is a top national priority.

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What No Student Loan Payments Until 2021 Means for YouYou don’t have to make another federal student loan payment in 2020. Now is the time, though, to decide what to do before your bill arrives in...

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Colorado Attorney General Probing 'Patterns And Practices' At Aurora Police DepartmentOne of the Mountain West's major police departments is under investigation after two serious incidents involving people of color.

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Colorado's final count: 109,170 businesses approved for $10.4 billion in federal PPP relief loansAs Paycheck Protection Program forgiveness gets started, changes that made loans more palatable to business owners meant less focus on workers Published on Aug 13, 2020 5:05AM MDTBusiness Primary category in which blog post is published.

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Colorado students are improving in literacyA statewide look at student assessments suggests Colorado school districts have sacrificed math skills to meet state literacy goals.

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A Precious Child extends Fill A Backpack drive, hosts distribution daysMascots from the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Rapids and Colorado Avalanche greeted families, loaded vehicles with backpacks and in one instance signed a boys cast.

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Trump's pledge to block post office money amounts to voter suppression, Colorado secretary of state saysPresident Donald Trump's comments that he’ll continue blocking money for the U.S. Postal Service amount to voter suppression, said Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, who oversees what is considered the country's gold standard mail-in ballot system.

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5 Things to Know for TodayYour daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.

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Glenwood Springs Businesses Hunker Down As Grizzly Creek Fire Grows RapidlyA plane visible from Glenwood Springs drops flame retardant on the Grizzly Creek Fire on Wednesday evening, Aug.

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Denver, facing unprecedented homelessness, moves ahead on family-size affordable housing with 3 new projectsThe city now has 13 affordable housing projects in the pipeline as a recession begins and unemployment skyrockets Published on Aug 13, 2020 4:00AM MDTGrowth Primary category in which blog post is published.

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Colorado Certifies The Tax Research Company as Official Source of Truth for Sales and Use Tax InformationColorado – Sales and Use Tax Complexity Colorado has one of the most complex sales and use tax systems in the country, with over 700 individual taxing districts, many with their own sales and use tax rates. Adding to the complexity, local governments in Colorado apply sales tax to goods and services differently from the state. This...

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Thai scientists catch bats to trace virus originsThailand has 19 species of horseshoe bats but researchers said they have not yet been tested for the new coronavirus.

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Let it flow: Trump administration eases showerhead rulesThe new proposal Wednesday would allow each nozzle to spray as much as 2.5 gallons, not just the overall showerhead.

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Lebanon Parliament meets after blast, government resignationBEIRUT — Lebanon's Parliament met Thursday in the first session since the tragic explosion last week that changed the face of the capital and...

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Drought taking toll on Colorado's dry land farmers, small town main streetsMatt Pieper, who has been farming near Akron for 12 years, said this year has been extremely stressful for anybody in agriculture.

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Carlsberg sees growth in Asia as other markets declineCOPENHAGEN, Denmark — Danish brewer Carlsberg said Thursday its second quarter net profit dropped 7.3% to 2.9 billion kroner as all its markets were affected “to a greater or lesser extent” by the global coronavirus outbreak.

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Police order crowd to leave amid Portland protestsPORTLAND, Ore. — Police have declared a riot outside a justice center, next to a federal courthouse.

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Experts warn Spain is losing the 2nd round in virus fightBARCELONA, Spain — Not two months after battling back the coronavirus, Spain’s hospitals are beginning to see patients struggling to breathe...

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Marlboro's owners negotiated Colorado's proposed tobacco tax hikeThe ballot question, if approved by voters in November, would require a pack of cigarettes to be sold for no less than $7 starting in January.

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Belarus: Hundreds form 'lines of solidarity' with protestersMINSK, Belarus — Hundreds of people were back on the streets of Belarus' capital on Thursday morning, protesting for a fifth straight day...

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Hong Kong media tycoon relieved he wasn't sent to ChinaHONG KONG — Jimmy Lai had just finished his morning exercise and was catching up on the news when the police arrived.

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Is it safe to drink from a fountain during the pandemic?There’s no evidence you can get COVID-19 from the water itself. But since the virus may linger on surfaces, experts say to avoid fountains if you can or to limit any direct contact when using them.

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Western Colorado fires grow in warm weather, droughtGLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. — Fueled by drought conditions, wildfires burning in western Colorado continue to grow in warm, windy weather.

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Virus-proofing NFL facilities is a tall, masked taskThe captivation and celebration of the NFL have long stemmed from the speed, strategy, strength and teamwork that make the game go.

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China extends anti-dumping tariff on Indian optical fiberBEIJING — China’s Commerce Ministry said Thursday it has extended punitive tariffs on Indian optical fiber products for five years.

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German investigators appeal for help finding tech executiveBERLIN — German investigators are appealing for the public's help in tracking down the former chief operating officer of bankrupt payment company Wirecard who is facing allegations of fraud and other charges.

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Dine Out Downtown changes; works to find solutions with restaurantsCOLORADO SPRINGS — News5 had previously reported that Dine Out Downtown, the program closing parts of Tejon Street for outdoor seating on weekends, had expanded to two blocks of the road.

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Colorado faces Arizona with 1-0 series leadThe Colorado Avalanche play the Arizona Coyotes in the Western Conference first round with a 1-0 lead in the series.

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Facebook beefs up anti-misinfo efforts ahead of US electionOAKLAND, Calif. — Beginning Thursday, U.S. Facebook users who post about voting may start seeing an addendum to their messages - labels directing readers to authoritative information about the upcoming presidential election.

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Virus exposes economic, racial divide in French health careBONDY, France — Festering beneath France’s promise of guaranteed health care for all lie deep disparities across economic and racial lines.

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Limited COVID-19 testing? Researchers in Rwanda have an ideaKIGALI, Rwanda — Like many countries, Rwanda is finding it impossible to test each of its citizens for the coronavirus amid shortages of supplies.

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Asian shares mixed, led by Tokyo gains, after Wall St rallyTOKYO — Asian shares were mixed Thursday, cheered by the rally on Wall Street that's likely a boon for export-driven regional economies, but...

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The Latest: Bhutan imposes 1st nationwide virus lockdownTHIMPU, Bhutan — The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan has imposed its first nationwide lockdown due to a virus infection in a returning traveler who had...

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New law closes loophole regarding sex offender treatmentSOUTHERN COLORADO — Colorado legislators have closed a loophole in state law that allowed certain sex offenders to get out of prison early and transfer to community corrections before completing required treatment.

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Colorado Springs weather: Sunshine and hot days before weekend showersColorado Springs is likely to see another day or two of sunny skies and clear nights before isolated storms and lower temperatures return to the area over the weekend.

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Abandoned by state after explosion, Lebanese help each otherBEIRUT — In the southern Lebanese town of Haris, a newlywed couple is living in one of Safy Faqeeh’s apartments for free.

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Drought taking toll on Colorado's dry land farmers, small town main streetsMatt Pieper, who has been farming near Akron for 12 years, said this year has been extremely stressful for anybody in agriculture.

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'Impossible': School boards are at heart of reopening debateROCK HILL, S.C. — Helena Miller listened to teachers, terrified to reenter classrooms, and parents, exhausted from trying to make virtual...

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Iowa farmers assess losses after storm flattened cornfieldsDES MOINES, Iowa — Farmers across a wide swath of Iowa are dealing with the heartbreaking aftermath of a rare wind storm that turned what was...

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Lives Lost: Woman who performanced Shakespeare on the streetNEW HAVEN, Conn. — She had all the makings of a rising star, someone who wrote, directed and acted in her own plays in her 20s and attended...

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War's end meant years of pain for Japanese girl in ChinaTOKYO — The last day of the Pacific War was also supposed to be Fumie Sato's last.

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Puzzling New Zealand virus outbreak grows to 17 casesWELLINGTON, New Zealand — A puzzling new outbreak of the coronavirus in New Zealand's largest city grew to 17 cases on Thursday, with...

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US says Iran briefly seizes oil tanker near Strait of HormuzDUBAI, United Arab Emirates — The Iranian navy boarded and briefly seized a Liberian-flagged oil tanker near the strategic Strait of Hormuz amid heightened tensions between Tehran and the U.S., a U.S. military official said Thursday.

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L.A. Clippers 124, Denver 111The Journal: Breaking news, photos, video, sports, business, opinion, education, arts, real estate, webcams, obituaries, things to do and more.

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George, Leonard lead Clippers past Nuggets for No. 2 seedLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Paul George scored 27 points, Kawhi Leonard had 26 and the Los Angeles Clippers wrapped up the second seed in the...

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

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

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Native American man seeks further delay of federal executionFLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Attorneys for the only Native American on federal death row are asking a judge to delay his upcoming execution while they argue that the procedures should be consistent with Arizona law.

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Police: Rental truck rear-ends school bus, 1 dead, 8 injuredALMA, Ga. — A box truck crashed into the back of a school bus Wednesday afternoon that was stopped to unload students in rural Georgia, leaving the truck's driver dead and at least eight students injured, authorities told local news outlets.

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Judge invalidates Trump rollback of law protecting birdsNEW YORK — A U.S. judge in New York has invalidated rule changes put in place by the Trump administration that scaled back a century-old law protecting most American wild bird species despite warnings that billions of birds could die as a result.

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Avalanche score 3 third-period goals to beat Coyotes 3-0EDMONTON, Alberta — Nazem Kadri and J.T. Compher scored 10 seconds apart in the third period, Philipp Grubauer stopped 14 shots and the...

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Broncos add tackle experience with signing of Demar DotsonENGLEWOOD, Colorado — The Denver Broncos added a veteran offensive tackle in Demar Dotson to plug an experience gap following Ja’Wuan James ’ decision to opt out of the 2020 season because of the coronavirus.

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Dbacks bop Rockies 13-7; Blackmon hitless, drops under.500DENVER — Starling Marte homered and drove in four runs as the Arizona Diamondbacks battered the Colorado Rockies 13-7 Wednesday in a Coors...

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75 years later, 1 million Japanese war dead still missingTOKYO — Seventy-five years after the end of World War II, more than 1 million Japanese war dead are scattered throughout Asia, where the...

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Today in HistoryToday is Thursday, Aug. 13, the 226th day of 2020. There are 140 days left in the year.

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Hiking Colorado's West Spanish PeakThe popularity of hiking and climbing the Colorado 14ers has not waned in the slightest, and that has left many peakbaggers looking for less lofty – and less crowded – mountains to see.

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The Broncos add veteran depth at RT by signing Demar DotsonThe Denver Broncos signed former Tampa Bay Buccaneers RT Demar Dotson to a one year deal, officially on Wednesday.

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Colorado Avalanche: Why Not Us? The 1999-2000 SeasonIn this edition of Why Not Us we take a look at the Colorado Avalanche at the dawn of a new millennium in the 1999-2000 season and their first season in the Pepsi Center.

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Colorado's final count: 109,170 businesses approved for $10.4 billion in federal coronavirus loansAs Paycheck Protection Program forgiveness gets started, changes that made loans more palatable to business owners meant less focus on workers Published on Aug 13, 2020 5:05AM MDTBusiness Primary category in which blog post is published.

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George, Leonard lead Clippers past Nuggets for No. 2 seedLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Paul George scored 27 points, and Kawhi Leonard had 26 and the Los Angeles Clippers wrapped up the second seed in the Western Conference playoffs with a 124-111 victory over Denver on Wednesday night.

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Colorado church continues fight against gathering restrictionsThe Colorado church denied an injunction against Gov. Jared Polis' social-gathering restrictions has appealed.

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Grizzly Creek Fire, I-70 Closure Devastating To Already Struggling Businesses In Glenwood SpringsA year that has already been devastating to businesses got even worse in Glenwood Springs and the entire Roaring Fork Valley when the Grizzly Creek Fire shut down Interstate 70 on Monday.

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Donations, services pour in for family with 8 special needs childrenThe expression is: Everyone needs a house to live in, but a family is what makes a home.

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Park Hill Golf Club To Become A Resource For Young PeopleSince shutting down, the Park Hill Golf Club has, for the most part, remained vacant.

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Popped Tire, Sparks From Rim Or Dragging Chains Likely Started Grizzly Creek FireThe Grizzly Creek Fire burning near Glenwood Springs was unofficially started by a popped tire, sparks from a rim or dragging chains, according to the Eagle County Sheriff's Office.

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Denver Coliseum Out As Proposed Campsite For Those Experiencing HomelessnessLast month, the Denver Coliseum was the front runner for the first sanctioned homeless camp site.

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Nuggets fall to Clippers, lock in Jazz as first-round playoff opponentClarity, as the playoffs approach, is almost always in short supply.

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'Do I have to sell? ': Landlords in need of assistance as tenants unable to pay rent due to COVID-19Landlord Rocky Hoery is living with a dilemma. He won't evict his renter, who he says hasn't paid rent for months after she lost her job because of COVID-19.

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Smoke From Pine Gulch Fire Creates Pink Glow As Sun Sets Over RockiesThe Pine Gulch Fire that was started by lightning last month has grown to more than 51,450 acres.

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Truth be told: A fact check on a political ad attacking Senator GardnerThat is the case with a commercial that has been running throughout Colorado attacking incumbent Republican Senator Cory Gardner for his position on background checks for gun owners.

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State Patrol seeks public's help in locating hit-and-run driverPUEBLO COUNTY — Colorado State Patrol is investigating a hit-and-run crash that occurred Tuesday at Highway 50 and Highway 96, just west of Avondale.

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SVVSD school board hears update on start of school yearThe St. Vrain Valley school board heard more details Tuesday on how online learning will look when school begins next week, including a daily morning meeting for elementary students and direct instruction to start each secondary class.

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Nuggets fall to Clippers, lock in Jazz as first-round playoff opponentClarity, as the playoffs approach, is almost always in short supply.

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CU regents discuss coronavirus, tuition, racismUniversity of Colorado’s Board of Regents voted down a measure to provide tuition rebates, discussed campus readiness amid the coronavirus pandemic and argued over a proposed antiracism measure at...

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Colorado Springs woman says KKTV skin check event saved her lifeA local woman who showed up to our recent skin check drive-thru says that event saved her life.

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Gov. Polis to extend state-wide mask mandateJared Polis plans to extend Colorado's statewide mask mandate before it expires this weekend, his staff confirmed Wednesday.

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DNVR Avalanche Podcast: Colorado Avalanche dominate Arizona Coyotes in first game of the NHL PlayoffsThe DNVR Avalanche Podcast drops a live post-game show from the DNVR Bar after the Avs take care of business against the Arizona Coyotes in game one of round one.

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10-acre grass fire near Lafayette injured 3 firefightersOfficials suspect malfunctioning equipment caused a 10-acre grass fire that injured three firefighters Wednesday on the Mountain View Egg Farm Open Space property, near 12648 Baseline Road.

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For Americans waiting on virus aid, no new relief in sightNegotiations on Capitol Hill between the White House and Congressional leaders appear to be breaking down.

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Colorado Springs using laser technology to improve roadsThe Roadway Collection Vehicle will be used to measure roads with the most damage.

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8-12-20 Family dinnerHad dinner at Kaitlins tonight and, as expected, it was full of laughter and fun.

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Dbacks bop Rockies 13-7; Blackmon hitless, drops under.500DENVER — Starling Marte homered and drove in four runs as the Arizona Diamondbacks battered the Colorado Rockies 13-7 in a Coors Field slugfest featuring 34 hits, but none by blistering Charlie Blackmon.

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The Refreshment Lab joins Annapurna Mead, CoS'bucha and Nektr. Craft Kombucha as a shared tasting room and grab-and-go marketStrength in numbers — especially during the Covid pandemic. That's somewhat the prevailing sentiment as three local businesses have come together to share production space and a common tasting room and retail market.

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Avalanche score 3 third-period goals to beat Coyotes 3-0EDMONTON, Alberta — Nazem Kadri and J.T. Compher scored 10 seconds apart in the third period, Philipp Grubauer stopped 14 shots and the Colorado Avalanche opened the Stanley Cup playoffs with a 3-0 victory over the Arizona Coyotes.

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