Findings On Racial Disparity Released From Denver District Attorney’s Office – News, Weather & Sports For All Of Colorado

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Findings On Racial Disparity Released From Denver District Attorney's Office – News, Weather & Sports For All Of Colorado

Boulder King Soopers families shoot victims for $ 700,000More than $ 700,000 will be given to the family of the 10 victims of the King Soopers shooting in Boulder on March 22nd.

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The Denver Bar requires proof of vaccination for indoor serviceBar Max in Denver is now open after closing due to much of the pandemic. Patrons can only enjoy a cocktail if they present proof of vaccination.

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Water World reopening Memorial Day WeekendWater World opens for the season starting Memorial Day weekend – and there are two new attractions.

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DCPA Broadway plans to reopen in December with Disney’s “The Lion King”The Denver Center for the Performing Arts Broadway plans to reopen in December with The Lion King.

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COVID vaccination clinic in Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is suspended after 11 patients experience side effectsThe COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park was suspended Wednesday afternoon after 11 patients experienced side effects after receiving the shot.

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Denver Signs Agreement with New South Wales to Promote International Trade and InvestmentThe city of Denver and the Australian state of New South Wales signed an agreement on Tuesday to set up a City2State Business Welcome program.

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Traffic Warning: Planned lane closure planned for US 34 expansion project in Loveland on FridayMotorists in Loveland can expect the lanes along US 34 from Denver Avenue to Boyd Lake Avenue to be closed this week.

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North Metro Water urges residents to curb water useThe city and county of Broomfield, Boulder County and North Metro Water urge residents to reduce their water use.

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Denver plans to gradually reopen recreational centers in May and outdoor pools in JuneDenver Parks and Recreation plans to gradually reopen its urban recreation centers and programs in May. According to official information, several outdoor pools will open in June.

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Anonymous donor gives Colorado College a gift of $ 33.5 millionAn anonymous donor will give Colorado College $ 33.5 million. It is the largest single donor contribution in the history of the Liberal Arts School.

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Outbreak forces Elbert County Government Buildings to temporarily closeElbert County has closed its Samuel Elbert government building due to a COVID-19 outbreak.

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Back to the yellow level: Jeffco reports increases in cases and hospital staysEffective April 9, Friday, Jefferson County will begin putting yellow restrictions on the state’s COVID-19 dial.

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Snow scientists monitor snow cover at Berthoud PassBerthoud Pass is one of the 115 SNOTEL locations in Colorado and is one of the highest locations where hydrologists take measurements.

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Denver Housing Authority begins radon testing of all public housing complexesMore than a year after CBS4 Investigates found dangerous levels of radon in some public housing units, DHA says it will try to test all complexes for toxic gases for a year.

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Sign for La Raza Park incorrectly goes ahead of scheduleA much anticipated change in the park name will have to wait a little longer.

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Douglas County’s School District limits the Superintendent search to 4 candidatesDouglas County School District will announce its election on April 20.

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Fort Collins ban on single-use plastic bags in large grocery storesFort Collins voters approved an election banning bans on single-use plastic bags from major grocers.

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Racial Disparity Findings Published by the Denver Attorney’s OfficeThose involved in the study acknowledge that this is part of the puzzle.

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COVID Vaccination Clinic at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park Suspended After Patients Developed Side EffectsThe COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park was suspended Wednesday afternoon after some patients experienced side effects after receiving the shot.

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A new bill proposed in the state capital of Colorado would address surrogacyOne bill addresses issues for those who use surrogacy to conceive.

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Periods of wind bring back the risk of fire in some placesCheck out meteorologist Dave Aguilera’s forecast

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Colorado Pint Day brings hope and revenue to struggling breweriesCraft beer fans can enjoy a beer and help their favorite craft breweries at the same time during Colorado Pint Day on Wednesday. The annual fundraiser is run by the Colorado Brewers Guild, a nonprofit trade association committed to promoting, protecting, and promoting independent craft breweries in the state.

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Rikki Olds remembered by friends, family during the memorial serviceRikki Olds’ friends and family remembered their legacy and celebrated their lives on Wednesday during their memorial service. Rikki was only 25 years old when she and 9 others were shot dead at the King Soopers in Boulder on March 22nd.

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Water World reopening Memorial Day WeekendWater World opens for the season starting Memorial Day weekend – and there are two new attractions.

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