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TITLE ROLES: Football star, wrestling standout, homecoming queen

Vista PEAK senior Leilani Caamal taking full advantage of chances female athletes that came before her earned

Gun advocacy groups sue more metro cities over controls

Taylor Rhodes, executive director of the group, said in a statement that "it doesn't matter how big or how small the localities are — if you pass unconstitutional gun control, we will sue you."

Police end Aurora home standoff when they discover no one was...

"When officers first arrived on scene they found a kicked in door," police said in a tweet at about 7 p.m.  "The resident of the house said the door was not previously broken. This led officers to believe the fugitive was inside that home. The home has been cleared and the fugitive is not inside."

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Abortion Rights

CHASING PROGRESS: Equity in Colorado

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Biden bill to help millions escape higher health care costs

Millions of people in the United States will be spared from big increases in health care costs next year after President Joe Biden signed legislation extending generous subsidies for those who buy plans through federal and state marketplac

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Colorado and Region

Crisis looms without big cuts to over-tapped Colorado River

Hydroelectric turbines may stop turning. Las Vegas and Phoenix may be forced to restrict water usage or growth. Farmers might cease growing some crops, leaving fields of lettuce and melons to turn to dust.


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