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Denver housing initiative was supposed to help 400 families. So far it’s helping 3.

Denver's LIVE program was announced in 2017 and launched last summer. So far, it has three participants.

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Denver housing initiative was supposed to help 400 families. So far it’s helping 3.

Denver's LIVE program was announced in 2017 and launched last summer. So far, it has three participants.

Read more in The Denver Post

Charges filed against driver who allegedly struck, killed state trooper during bomb cyclone

On March 13, State Patrol Cpl. Daniel Groves, 52, was responding to a car that slid off I-76 in Weld County during the blizzard conditions when he was struck and killed by another vehicle.

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Charges filed against driver who allegedly struck, killed state trooper during bomb cyclone

On March 13, State Patrol Cpl. Daniel Groves, 52, was responding to a car that slid off I-76 in Weld County during the blizzard conditions when he was struck and killed by another vehicle.

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Driver facing attempted-murder charge in Arapahoe County hit-and-run now alleged to be intentional

New charges filed on Thursday allege an Aurora man intentionally caused an April 5 hit-and-run that injured two juveniles, a Colorado State Patrol spokesman said.

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Driver facing attempted-murder charge in Arapahoe County hit-and-run now alleged to be intentional

New charges filed on Thursday allege an Aurora man intentionally caused an April 5 hit-and-run that injured two juveniles, a Colorado State Patrol spokesman said.

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Driver facing attempted-murder charge in Arapahoe County hit-and-run now alleged to be intentional

New charges filed on Thursday allege an Aurora man intentionally caused an April 5 hit-and-run that injured two juveniles, a Colorado State Patrol spokesman said.

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Driver facing attempted-murder charge in Arapahoe County hit-and-run now alleged to be intentional

New charges filed on Thursday allege an Aurora man intentionally caused an April 5 hit-and-run that injured two juveniles, a Colorado State Patrol spokesman said.

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Denver removes about 100 people from homeless camp in Five Points, citing public health concerns

The City of Denver removed a group of around 100 homeless people who had settled around the intersection of Broadway, Lawrence and Park Avenue on Wednesday, according to a press release from Denver Homeless Out loud, an organization that advocates for people experiencing homelessness.

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Golden doctor found guilty of fabricating patient files, then shredding them to cover up his crimes

A federal jury this week found a 49-year-old Golden doctor guilty of falsely billing insurers for services that were never rendered and not medically necessary and then fabricating patient files to cover up his crimes.

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Golden doctor found guilty of fabricating patient files, then shredding them to cover up his crimes

A federal jury this week found a 49-year-old Golden doctor guilty of falsely billing insurers for services that were never rendered and not medically necessary and then fabricating patient files to cover up his crimes.

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Golden doctor found guilty of fabricating patient files, then shredding them to cover up his crimes

A federal jury this week found a 49-year-old Golden doctor guilty of falsely billing insurers for services that were never rendered and not medically necessary and then fabricating patient files to cover up his crimes.

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Nuggets’ Will Barton not dwelling on boos, playoff struggles: “It’s nothing to me”

It’s going to take more than a two-game playoff funk for the Nuggets' Will Barton to start questioning himself. Barton’s struggles elicited boos from the home crowd in the Nuggets' thrilling comeback win Tuesday, which tied the series against the Spurs at 1-1.

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Nuggets’ Will Barton not dwelling on boos, playoff struggles: “It’s nothing to me”

It’s going to take more than a two-game playoff funk for the Nuggets' Will Barton to start questioning himself. Barton’s struggles elicited boos from the home crowd in the Nuggets' thrilling comeback win Tuesday, which tied the series against the Spurs at 1-1.

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Nuggets’ Will Barton not dwelling on boos, playoff struggles: “It’s nothing to me”

It’s going to take more than a two-game playoff funk for the Nuggets' Will Barton to start questioning himself. Barton’s struggles elicited boos from the home crowd in the Nuggets' thrilling comeback win Tuesday, which tied the series against the Spurs at 1-1.

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Tharoor: Trump now owns the Yemen war

For a time, President Donald Trump could plausibly say this wasn't just his fight. The previous administration of Barack Obama tacitly greenlit the 2015 Saudi intervention into what was then a civil war in Yemen. Four years later, the conflict has metastasized into a grim regional conflagration,...

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Tharoor: Trump now owns the Yemen war

For a time, President Donald Trump could plausibly say this wasn't just his fight. The previous administration of Barack Obama tacitly greenlit the 2015 Saudi intervention into what was then a civil war in Yemen. Four years later, the conflict has metastasized into a grim regional conflagration,...

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Broncos Podcast: Breaking down the 2019 schedule and Denver’s toughest stretch

In the latest First-and-Orange podcast episode, Broncos beat writers Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson take a deep look at the newly released 2019 regular season schedule, discuss the most intriguing matchups and examine the top story lines from voluntary minicamp.

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Broncos Podcast: Breaking down the 2019 schedule and Denver’s toughest stretch

In the latest First-and-Orange podcast episode, Broncos beat writers Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson take a deep look at the newly released 2019 regular season schedule, discuss the most intriguing matchups and examine the top story lines from voluntary minicamp.

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Broncos Podcast: Breaking down the 2019 schedule and Denver’s toughest stretch

In the latest First-and-Orange podcast episode, Broncos beat writers Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson take a deep look at the newly released 2019 regular season schedule, discuss the most intriguing matchups and examine the top story lines from voluntary minicamp.

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