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3 shot, wounded Monday night in Aurora’s City Park

A large police presence composed of officers from across the city descended on Aurora’s City Park in northwest Aurora Monday night after reports of a shooting there that left two men and a woman injured, police said

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A Black-owned yoga studio in Five Points provides a space for...

“It’s very different to go into a place and you are the only one with dark skin,” said Duncan. “So it’s nice to come into a place where the teachers look like you and the other students look like you and it allows your nervous system to relax.”

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What to watch in primaries in Colorado, Illinois, elsewhere

This week's nominating contests could offer the first clues as to whether the political landscape has shifted. Abortion is particularly relevant in Colorado, where GOP voters are deciding whether to nominate a rare abortion-rights-supporting Republican for U.S. Senate.






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