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Vail Ice Sculpture Vandalism Suspect IdentifiedInvestigators say social media tips have helped them zero in on suspects responsible for damaging an iconic ice sculpture display in the Vail Village.

Denver Homeless Camps Cleared Despite Halt Of Urban Camping BanOn Tuesday, city officials showed they are not backing down on moving the homeless to make the streets clean.

Warm And Breezy Before Chance For SnowWatch Dave Aguilera’s Forecast

Buying Local Food The Focus Of 2020 Colorado Food SummitDenver’s Department of Public Health and Environment teamed up with Colorado State University for a food summit on Tuesday.

Stacy Stucky Breathing Easier After Complex Surgery At UCHealthA single mother of two had to have her heart stopped in order to get it functioning normally.

Surveillance Photos Released In Wayli Gonzalez Murder CaseDenver police released surveillance pictures of three people believed to have fought with a teenager before he died.

Judge Sentences Kassy Winburn To 12 Years For Deadly DUI CrashA woman who pleaded guilty to a deadly DUI crash in July of 2019 was sentenced on Tuesday.

Firefighters Suspect Child Playing With Matches Started House Fire In BoulderA child lighting a match is most likely what started a fire inside a home in Boulder. The fire started Tuesday morning inside the home on Park Circle.

2 Dogs Disappear From Home After Alleged Attack On NeighborAdams County Sheriff’s deputies are looking for the owner and two dogs that have disappeared from a neighborhood.

Bobcat Kittens Warm Themselves On Sunny Highlands Ranch PorchThe triplets were also grooming themselves but mom was hiding out of sight!

Bring Our Neighbors Home Campaign Launched In DenverThe ACLU of Colorado is launching a campaign which aims to help people who can’t afford bail get out of jail ahead of their trial.

Rascal Flatts Is Saying ‘Farewell’ – But Will Perform At Red Rocks FirstAfter 20 years together, Rascal Flatts announced their final tour dates on “CBS This Morning” Tuesday. The ‘Life Is A Highway Tour will kick off in June — and include a stop in Colorado. Katie Johnston reports.

SB Lanes I-25 Closed Between 136th & 120thThe lanes are closed for construction on the express lanes.

Crews Clear Homeless Camps From Denver NeighborhoodsThe camps are located on Stout Street and 24th Avenue.

Blood Supply At Critical Low LevelsColoradans urged to donate blood to boost supply.

Jumbe The Rhino Celebrates 17th BirthdayJumbe is a black rhino and lives at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.

Wind Decreasing, Temperatures IncreasingWatch Ashton Altieri’s forecast.

Group Urges Boulder County Commissioners To Ban FrackingThe ban would apply to 140 sites already under construction.

Denver Botanic Gardens Admission IncreasingThe price to attend the Botanic Gardens is $15 compared to the previous cost of $12.50.

City Of Loveland Prepares For Valentine’s DayThe 2020 Loveland Valentine Card To Be Unveiled Tuesday.

Denver Police Officer Involved In Shooting At I-225 & Iliff AvenueThe incident happened in Denver and moved into Aurora.

City Of Denver Is Losing Its Public Safety Director Troy RiggsDenver Public Safety Director Troy Riggs is resigning to take a job in the private sector.

Angela Williams Won’t Seek Re-Election To Colorado State SenateColorado state Sen. Angela Williams says she will not seek re-election this year in her northeastern Denver district.

Health Issues Lead To Resignation Of State Sen. Lois CourtColorado Democratic state Sen. Lois Court says she is resigning effective Jan. 16 due to health issues.



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