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They put their lives on the line to save others in the Club Q mass shooting, and now community members are hoping to show support for the two men hailed as heroes. Nicole Fierro reports.
A group of bee advocates is taking their petition to the Capitol. Gabrielle Franklin reports.
Another storm system is coming at the end of the workweek.
A clinic offering several women's health services, not including abortion was set on fire earlier this year. Alex Rose reports.
Colorado is making moves to provide mental health care to employees and job seekers in the state.
Colorado is above average in the nations RSV hospitalizations. DJ Summers reports.
Colorado is seeing a shortage of children's medication during this respiratory flu season. Kim Posey reports.
In light of polarizing rhetoric post-election and after the Club Q tragedy, one local rabbi is hoping the Clean Speech Campaign can help bring people together again. Carly Moore reports.
The Jefferson County School District has announced new school start and end times that will begin in the fall 2023 school year. Lisa D'Souza reports.
A list of ordinances to make stronger gun laws in Broomfield prompted passionate public comments at a city council meeting on Tuesday. Kristen Chapman reports.
U.S. senators from both parties expressed skepticism Tuesday that a proposed merger between grocery giants Kroger and Albertsons would result in lower prices for consumers. Jim Hooley reports.
Carly Cassady is up in Boulder where the snow has come and gone, but slick road conditions remain on those side streets.
Mostly sunny skies are over Denver Wednesday, but highs are cool in the upper 30s. We are back to more seasonal lows tonight with 50s in the forecast for Thursday. Travis Michels forecasts.