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After one man was arrested Friday for allegedly fondling a NightRide driver, Boulder police are asking for the public’s help with three other violent attacks on women over the past two weeks.

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House explodes, burns near Grand Junction; no one hurt

A house near Grand Junction has burned to the ground after an explosion that rocked nearby homes, but no injuries have been reported.

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Puerto Rico governor, government officials advocate for voting rights in Boulder hearing

The governor and other top officials of Puerto Rico's government gathered in Boulder on Friday in an ongoing dispute with the United States government over the U.S. territory's voting rights.

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Police justified in shooting Pueblo man more than 30 times, district attorney says

Officials ruled that officers were justified in the fatal shooting of a Pueblo man who led police on a cross-city chase.

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Police justified in shooting Pueblo man more than 30 times, district attorney says

Officials ruled that officers were justified in the fatal shooting of a Pueblo man who led police on a cross-city chase.

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Officer, suspect identified in fatal Larimer County officer-involved shooting

Larimer County sheriff's Deputy Matthew Bordewick shot Travis M. Craven, who was armed with a handgun.

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Officer, suspect identified in fatal Larimer County officer-involved shooting

Larimer County sheriff's Deputy Matthew Bordewick shot Travis M. Craven, who was armed with a handgun.

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Analysis: Avalanche’s Nathan MacKinnon thinks he can dominate more than he already is

Nathan MacKinnon has five goals. He has scored in each of the Avalanche's four games. His third-period breakaway goal Thursday was poetry in motion.

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Endorsement: Mike Coffman’s morality must be rewarded in this age of Trump

Voters in the 6th Congressional District would be wise and just to reward Rep. Mike Coffman with another two years in office so he can continue the good fight he has mounted on Capitol Hill despite the failings of his party.

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Colorado startups vie to become the Uber and Lyft of child care

Over the long haul, MyVyllage has ambitious plans: minting more than 100,000 new licensed home-based child care providers and a million new child care slots nationwide over the next decade. It’s a lofty goal in an industry marked by low pay, long hours, a maze of regulation, and a steady decline...

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Colorado startups vie to become the Uber and Lyft of child care

Over the long haul, MyVyllage has ambitious plans: minting more than 100,000 new licensed home-based child care providers and a million new child care slots nationwide over the next decade. It’s a lofty goal in an industry marked by low pay, long hours, a maze of regulation, and a steady decline...

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What’s Colorado Amendment 73: Graduated income tax increase for education

Amendment 73 would create a tax bracket system to replace Colorado's current flat income tax. The money raised from this measure would be used to create the Quality Public Education Fund.

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What’s Colorado Amendment 74: Compensation for reduced property value

The proposed state constitutional amendment says if the government passes any law or regulation that decreases the value of private property, the owner of the property will be fairly compensated for that decrease.

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Judge denies DA’s bid to seal autopsies in Christopher Watts murder case, says request must come from coroner

A Weld County District Court judge denied the prosecution's request to seal the autopsy reports for Shanann Watts and her children, who were killed in August, siding with the argument presented by a group of media advocacy associations.

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‘Extraordinary’ Aurora girl bites suspect, fights off attempted child abduction

The girl was walking home from her school bus stop around 5:15 p.m. Thursday on East Exposition Avenue in  when a man walking the opposite direction grabbed her, placing his hand over her mouth, police said.

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No on Amendment 73: It’s a $1.6 billion tax increase disguised as a boon to schools

Amendment 73 is a massive $1.6 billion tax increase cloaked in the deceptive shroud of education reform.

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Yes on Amendment 73: It provides the school funding Colorado needs

The starting salary for teachers in Sterling is just $29,793. In the nearby communities of Brush and Fort Morgan, it’s slightly more than $32,000. In districts across Colorado teachers often barely make ends meet and, in fact, can’t even afford to live in the communities where they work.

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