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For the first time this season, the Nuggets' diminutive guard was listed as questionable for Wednesday night's home game against the Sacramento Kings.

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For the first time this season, the Nuggets' diminutive guard was listed as questionable for Wednesday night's home game against the Sacramento Kings.

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Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler has shown that in his hands commonsense protections are in greater jeopardy than ever.

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Denver council committee unanimously approves proposal to raise their salaries by the maximum amount

A Denver City Council committee voted unanimously Tuesday to move forward a proposal that would raise their own and other elected leaders' salaries by the maximum amount allowed by law.

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Denver council committee unanimously approves proposal to raise their salaries by the maximum amount

A Denver City Council committee voted unanimously Tuesday to move forward a proposal that would raise their own and other elected leaders' salaries by the maximum amount allowed by law.

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If Scott Frost has a vote, he’ll be bringing the Nebraska Cornhuskers back to Boulder to play the Colorado Buffaloes as often as the scheduling gods will let him.

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If Scott Frost has a vote, he’ll be bringing the Nebraska Cornhuskers back to Boulder to play the Colorado Buffaloes as often as the scheduling gods will let him.

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If Scott Frost has a vote, he’ll be bringing the Nebraska Cornhuskers back to Boulder to play the Colorado Buffaloes as often as the scheduling gods will let him.

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In a letter to the city last month, the massive construction company said it was unfairly singled out by the city. Cry us a river -- then float right out of Colorado on it to find future work.

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Editorial: Mortenson Construction was no innocent player in the Colorado Convention Center scandal

In a letter to the city last month, the massive construction company said it was unfairly singled out by the city. Cry us a river -- then float right out of Colorado on it to find future work.

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Editorial: Mortenson Construction was no innocent player in the Colorado Convention Center scandal

In a letter to the city last month, the massive construction company said it was unfairly singled out by the city. Cry us a river -- then float right out of Colorado on it to find future work.

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Editorial: Mortenson Construction was no innocent player in the Colorado Convention Center scandal

In a letter to the city last month, the massive construction company said it was unfairly singled out by the city. Cry us a river -- then float right out of Colorado on it to find future work.

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Man shot, killed by LaSalle officer was involved in gun shop burglary, Frederick police say

Frederick police have determined that one of the suspects involved with the burglary of a firearm store earlier this month was a 20-year-old man who last week was shot and killed by a LaSalle police officer.

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Frederick police have determined that one of the suspects involved with the burglary of a firearm store earlier this month was a 20-year-old man who last week was shot and killed by a LaSalle police officer.

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A package of more than 100 bills that would increase conservation and access to the outdoors nationwide passed the U.S. Senate Tuesday.

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Senate passes public lands package, including permanent authorization for Land and Water Conservation Fund

A package of more than 100 bills that would increase conservation and access to the outdoors nationwide passed the U.S. Senate Tuesday.

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Senate passes public lands package, including permanent authorization for Land and Water Conservation Fund

A package of more than 100 bills that would increase conservation and access to the outdoors nationwide passed the U.S. Senate Tuesday.

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Montrose man sentenced 48 years in woman’s death

A 20-year-old Colorado man has been sentenced 48 years in prison for the 2017 shooting death of a woman.

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