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The feds and a national foundation are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of burglars who stole guns, including an AR-15 rifle, and ammunition from an Aurora gun shop.

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The feds and a national foundation are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of burglars who stole guns, including an AR-15 rifle, and ammunition from an Aurora gun shop.

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Seasonal hiring is beginning in earnest as two more employers announced Thursday they will be taking on hundreds of workers in Colorado through the holidays.

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Seasonal hiring is beginning in earnest as two more employers announced Thursday they will be taking on hundreds of workers in Colorado through the holidays.

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Seasonal hiring is beginning in earnest as two more employers announced Thursday they will be taking on hundreds of workers in Colorado through the holidays.

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In the final On The Rox podcast of the season, Denver Post beat writers Patrick Saunders and Kyle Newman break down the Rockies' 2018 campaign in addition to looking forward to 2019. Included is analysis of the season's biggest disappointments and surprises, the team's greatest need next season,...

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In the final On The Rox podcast of the season, Denver Post beat writers Patrick Saunders and Kyle Newman break down the Rockies' 2018 campaign in addition to looking forward to 2019. Included is analysis of the season's biggest disappointments and surprises, the team's greatest need next season,...

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In the final On The Rox podcast of the season, Denver Post beat writers Patrick Saunders and Kyle Newman break down the Rockies' 2018 campaign in addition to looking forward to 2019. Included is analysis of the season's biggest disappointments and surprises, the team's greatest need next season,...

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Eight overnight burglaries in Arvada, in which landscaping rocks were used to smash windows and doors to gain entry, are related and police are asking for the public's help in finding the burglars.

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Eight overnight burglaries in Arvada, in which landscaping rocks were used to smash windows and doors to gain entry, are related and police are asking for the public's help in finding the burglars.

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The forecast for Sunday’s Rams-Broncos game is a high of 29 degrees and an 80 percent chance of show.

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The forecast for Sunday’s Rams-Broncos game is a high of 29 degrees and an 80 percent chance of show.

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The forecast for Sunday’s Rams-Broncos game is a high of 29 degrees and an 80 percent chance of show.

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Sen. Cory Gardner calls for civility amid investigation

U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner urged a return to civility as federal police investigate a text of a graphic beheading sent to his wife before his vote for the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

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Sen. Cory Gardner calls for civility amid investigation

U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner urged a return to civility as federal police investigate a text of a graphic beheading sent to his wife before his vote for the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

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Colorado Governor candidate Q&A

The Colorado Governor race features Democrat Jared Polis, Republican Walker Stapleton, Unity Party of Colorado's Bill Hammons and Libertarian Scott Helker.

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Broncos president Joe Ellis hopes last week’s frustration fuels turnaround

Broncos president/CEO Joe Ellis said Thursday he hopes the angst produced by last week’s 34-16 loss to the New York Jets will produce better results starting Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams.

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Broncos president Joe Ellis hopes last week’s frustration fuels turnaround

Broncos president/CEO Joe Ellis said Thursday he hopes the angst produced by last week’s 34-16 loss to the New York Jets will produce better results starting Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams.

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