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Friends, family create donation page for man killed in Friday hit-and-run

Friends and family of a 41-year-old man struck and killed while walking his two dogs have creating a funding page to benefit his widow and three children.

Aurora man found guilty of murdering ex-girlfriend and dumping her body...

“This was a horrific act of domestic violence that robbed two children of their mother, parents of their daughter and a community of a beloved member,” Chief Deputy DA Andrew Steers said in a statement. “This verdict is the first step towards justice.”

Aurora police searching for man who doused 2 with gas in...

"I speak Spanish to most of the customers," Martinez said. "And for them to feel or see that, you know, someone got poured gas on them just for speaking Spanish is very, very frightening, you know?"

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CHASING PROGRESS: Equity in Colorado

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Boulley’s ‘Warrior Girl Unearthed’ to come out in May 2023

"I revel in telling stories about Ojibwe teenagers — strong in their culture and language — who love their communities," Boulley said in a statement. "Young people protecting and caring for their elders and ancestors are an inspiration to me and, I hope, to readers everywhere."

LETTERS: Push IRS to be more timely

An official IRS statement issued June 21, 2022, stated that the “agency is on track to complete processing of originally filed Form 1040 (individual tax returns without errors) received in 2021 this week."

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Shiite Muslims in Mideast mark solemn holy day of Ashoura

"Those who want to stop us from commemoration of this day will take their wish to grave with themselves," said Habibullah Bashardost, adding that the community had braced itself for more violence.

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