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  1. Police interactions with Colorado's Latino community highlights years of distrust

    Police interactions with Colorado's Latino community highlights years of distrust
  2. Some 4th of July festivities in Colorado are canceled, but for some they'll go on; police crack down

    Some 4th of July festivities in Colorado are canceled, but for some they'll go on; police crack down
  3. 'Thank you': Contact7 gives $4,500 to Aurora woman whose dog was attacked at Cherry Creek State Park

    'Thank you': Contact7 gives $4,500 to Aurora woman whose dog was attacked at Cherry Creek State Park
  4. Lauren Boebert upsets incumbent Scott Tipton in Colorado's 3rd Congressional District GOP primary

    Lauren Boebert upsets incumbent Scott Tipton in Colorado's 3rd Congressional District GOP primary
  5. Employees at Denver's Little Man Ice Cream shop spat, coughed on by customers over mask requirement

    Employees at Denver's Little Man Ice Cream shop spat, coughed on by customers over mask requirement
  6. Man pays hundreds for service he could have gotten for free

    Man pays hundreds for service he could have gotten for free
  7. Denver mayor announces support for managed homeless campsites, sales tax to fund services

    Denver mayor announces support for managed homeless campsites, sales tax to fund services
  8. Man gets life in prison for 1980 killing of young woman in Douglas County

    Man gets life in prison for 1980 killing of young woman in Douglas County
  9. Aurora brewery donates majority of profits to nonprofit organizations

    Aurora brewery donates majority of profits to nonprofit organizations
  10. Cleaner Air For A Cleaner World // Lohmiller & Company

    Cleaner Air For A Cleaner World // Lohmiller & Company
  11. July Secret Deals // Skin Secrets

    July Secret Deals // Skin Secrets
  12. Denver mayor announces support for managed homeless campsites, sales tax to fund services

    Denver mayor announces support for managed homeless campsites, sales tax to fund services
  13. Equal opportunity hiring: New website removes potential bias

    Equal opportunity hiring: New website removes potential bias
  14. Libraries are starting to reopen

    Libraries are starting to reopen
  15. Loveland planning large fireworks show at the Ranch complex

    Loveland planning large fireworks show at the Ranch complex
  16. RTD starts collecting fares today

    RTD starts collecting fares today
  17. Wednesday 5:15 a.m. forecast

    Wednesday 5:15 a.m. forecast
  18. Struggling to pay bills? Utility & rent help is available

    Struggling to pay bills? Utility & rent help is available
  19. Not as hot in Denver today as Monday, but fire danger remains across southwestern Colorado

    Not as hot in Denver today as Monday, but fire danger remains across southwestern Colorado
  20. Aurora City Council hears about protest response; feds looking at McClain case

    Aurora City Council hears about protest response; feds looking at McClain case
  21. Governor 'shocked’ after Denver7 Investigation uncovers more problems at Greeley slaughterhouse

    Governor 'shocked’ after Denver7 Investigation uncovers more problems at Greeley slaughterhouse
  22. Aurora police opens investigation after officers were photographed near Elijah McClain memorial

    Aurora police opens investigation after officers were photographed near Elijah McClain memorial
  23. John Hickenlooper defeats Andrew Romanoff in Democratic Senate primary, will face Gardner

    John Hickenlooper defeats Andrew Romanoff in Democratic Senate primary, will face Gardner
  24. Lauren Boebert upsets incumbent Scott Tipton in Colorado's 3rd Congressional District GOP primary

    Lauren Boebert upsets incumbent Scott Tipton in Colorado's 3rd Congressional District GOP primary
  25. Amy Padden wins 18th Judicial District Attorney Democratic primary

    Amy Padden wins 18th Judicial District Attorney Democratic primary