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Denver Police Arrest Wrong Woman At Hospital, Now Facing LawsuitA Denver woman is suing Denver Police for arresting her for a crime in which she had no involvement.

Denver Working On Community Pop-up Or Drive-thru Vaccination SitesState and local health departments are teaming up with community-based organizations to make sure everyone has equal access to the COVID vaccine. 

Denver Mayor Asking Incoming Biden Administration For More Vaccine Distribution FlexibilityDenver’s mayor, Michael Hancock, is asking the Biden Administration to give cities more control over the COVID-19 vaccines.

Colorado Leaders Believe Decision To Move Space Command Was PoliticalPolitical leaders on both sides of the aisle are slamming a decision by the Air Force to move the United States Space Command out of Colorado to Alabama. 

Frustrated By Unemployment Payment Delays, Denver Woman Looks To Sue CDLEFrustrated with unemployment holds through the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, one woman is looking to take legal action.

Colorado Approves Xcel Energy’s Plan To Create More Electric Vehicle Charging StationsColorado approved Xcel Energy’s plan to create more car charging stations throughout the state.

Coloradans Consider Legal Action Against State Department Of Labor And EmploymentTens of thousands of people in Colorado are out of jobs, and many of them can’t get their unemployment payments.

Denver To Host Mass Vaccination ClinicsThe city of Denver is planning to host clinics later this month.

Denver Resident Wins Open Records Lawsuit For Internal Documents On Group Living ProposalA judge has ruled the city of Denver must turn over public records regarding its controversial proposal to amend the city’s group living rules.

Mayor Suthers Lambasts News Of Space Command Moving To AlabamaColorado Springs Mayor John Suthers did not hold back his emotions as he responded to reports of the new Space Command moving to Huntsville, Alabama.

Fort Collins Police Investigate Vandalism At Twin Silos ParkThe popular Twin Silos Park in Fort Collins was vandalized.

Escaped Jefferson County Inmate Michael Goez Arrested About 1½ Miles From FacilityAn inmate from the Colorado Correctional Facility in Jefferson County escaped and then tried to get help from a homeowner.

Police In Leadville Arrest 1 In Deadly ShootingA suspect is in custody following a shooting death in Lake County.

Colorado Man Indicted, Accused Of Threatening To Kill DC Mayor And House Speaker Nancy PelosiA Colorado man is currently in federal custody, accused of plotting to kill Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser. Cleveland Meredith was arrested on January 7th. 

Olympic Gold Medalist Klete Keller Charged With Being Inside U.S. Capitol During RiotKeller has been charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building, disorderly conduct in the Capitol building and impeding law enforcement.

Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert Refused Entry To House Chamber At Newly-Installed Metal DetectorsColorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert was refused entry at the House Chamber in Washington, D.C. after she refused to allow Capitol police to search her bag.

A Loss At The Denver Zoo Has Lead To An Unexpected Bond Among The OrangutansA male orangutan has taken on an unusual role at the Denver Zoo, after the death of the family’s matriarch last month.

President Donald Trump Is Now The First President In U.S. History To Be Impeached TwiceThe final vote was 232 to 197, with 10 Republicans joining all 222 Democrats in supporting a single article of impeachment charging the president with “incitement of insurrection.”

85MPH Gusts Possible In Colorado Through FridayWatch Lauren Whitney’s forecast

Colorado Representatives Vote Party Line, Trump Becomes 1st President To Be Impeached TwiceColorado’s elected members of the House of Representatives voted along party lines during Wednesday’s vote to impeach President Trump for incitement of insurrection.

In-Person Learning To Resume Soon At CU BoulderStudents at the University of Colorado Boulder will return to in-person learning on Feb. 15, officials announced on Wednesday.

Despite The Cancellation Of The Stock Show The Staff Is Busy Spending January Giving BackFor the first January in over 100 years, the parking lots near I-70 and Brighton Boulevard are empty.

Ethics Complaint Filed Against Mayor Hancock Over His Thanksgiving TravelA Denver woman has lodged an official complaint with Denver’s Ethics Board against Denver Mayor Michael Hancock over his out-of-state travel during the 2020 Thanksgiving holiday.

COVID Aid On Agenda As Colorado Lawmakers Begin 2021 SessionColorado’s Democrat-led Legislature is convening on Wednesday for a brief three-day session to swear in new members and adjust several pandemic relief laws before it adjourns until February because of safety concerns over the coronavirus.


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