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After making an escape on an RTD bus, an inmate in the Jefferson County Jail was found on Thursday after several citizens sent in tips to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.

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After making an escape on an RTD bus, an inmate in the Jefferson County Jail was found on Thursday after several citizens sent in tips to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.

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Officials hope the added time before enforcement takes effect will give business owners more time to get in position to voluntarily comply with the rules and allow Colorado lawmakers to weigh in on how the state goes about collecting taxes.

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Officials hope the added time before enforcement takes effect will give business owners more time to get in position to voluntarily comply with the rules and allow Colorado lawmakers to weigh in on how the state goes about collecting taxes.

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Officials hope the added time before enforcement takes effect will give business owners more time to get in position to voluntarily comply with the rules and allow Colorado lawmakers to weigh in on how the state goes about collecting taxes.

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Denver playwright Jeffrey Neuman’s "What You Will" at Benchmark Theatre is a witty, incisive and sometimes prurient reflection on loyalty, truth, marriage and relationships.

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Denver playwright Jeffrey Neuman’s "What You Will" at Benchmark Theatre is a witty, incisive and sometimes prurient reflection on loyalty, truth, marriage and relationships.

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Denver playwright Jeffrey Neuman’s "What You Will" at Benchmark Theatre is a witty, incisive and sometimes prurient reflection on loyalty, truth, marriage and relationships.

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SPRING, Texas -- The locomotive was painted to resemble Air Force One, but George H.W. Bush joked that if it had been around during his presidency, he may have preferred to ride the rails rather than take to the skies.

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Denver city officials wanted to bring "HQ2," the proposed second headquarters for Amazon, to several fast-growing neighborhoods around Denver.

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Denver city officials wanted to bring "HQ2," the proposed second headquarters for Amazon, to several fast-growing neighborhoods around Denver.

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Denver city officials wanted to bring "HQ2," the proposed second headquarters for Amazon, to several fast-growing neighborhoods around Denver.

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The first interview with Shanann Watts's parents since the Aug. 13 murder of their daughter and two granddaughters will run on national television at 8 p.m. Friday.

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Created in collaboration with local playwright Ellen K. Graham, Buntport's latest "Coyote. Badger. Rattlesnake" brings drama and laughs.

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Created in collaboration with local playwright Ellen K. Graham, Buntport's latest "Coyote. Badger. Rattlesnake" brings drama and laughs.

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Created in collaboration with local playwright Ellen K. Graham, Buntport's latest "Coyote. Badger. Rattlesnake" brings drama and laughs.

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The U.S. women’s national soccer team is headed to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City as part of a 10-match “Countdown to the Cup” tour in advance of the quadrennial women’s World Cup next summer.

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A Fort Collins massage therapist was arrested on suspicion of four counts of unlawful sexual contact, Fort Collins Police said on Wednesday in a news release.

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The 3000 block of South Clayton Street is closed following a water-main break, Denver Police tweeted.

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Denver police officer rebuilt first floor of elderly neighbor’s home so she wouldn’t have to live in assisted living

Once a month, Denver Police Officer Monica DeOssie and her wife take their 98-year-old roommate for pie and tequila sunrises at the Denver Diner. DeOssie was recognized by the mayor for her kindness.

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