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Different Types of Car Tires: Which Is Right for You?

Do you know the differences in car tires? Check 'em out. Choosing the right type of tire is key.

Ever Wonder Why Turbulence Is So Bad Fly...

If you have ever flown in or out of Denver, it’s likely you experienced a bit of turbulence during take-off, landing, or both. Colorado’s Rocky Mountains are among some of the worst places for turbulence in the country.

What Is a Sushi Burrito and Why Are They...

Looking for a portable, filling, and healthy on-the-go meal? Give the sushi burrito a try.

Eagle County Fair and Rodeo Is Ready to Ride This Summer!

The 81st Eagle County Fair and Rodeo will resume on July 21-July 24. It will be a welcomed event after its absence in 2020.

Mother's Day Brunches Around Denver

Even if you've missed the chance to make dine-in reservations, some places have some killer to-go Mom's Day brunches and mimosa kits. It's never too late to make mom feel special!

Denver International Airport Sees 800% I...

The travel restrictions have loosened and the result is a busy airport.

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Timed-Entry Passes to Control Crowds at Mount Evans, Brainard Lak...

When Mount Evans re-opens early next month, visitors will be allowed in via a timed entry process being developed by forest service officials. The same goes for Brainard Lake, which is tentatively expected to open on June 11.

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2 Years Later: Girl Scout Creates Art In...

Nearly two years after the STEM School shooting, which claimed the life of Kendrick Castillo, a Colorado Girl Scout has brought an art installation together to help the community heal from the tragic event.

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Lightning Strikes Brighton Oil Tank, Cau...

The Brighton Fire Rescue is responding to an oil tank fire after it was struck by lightning. No injuries have been reported. The tanks have also been confirmed to be empty.

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Denver Watering Rules Are Now in Effect

Help keep the city's water supply at a healthy level by following Denver's watering rules, which went into effect on Saturday, May 1.

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Colorado Wildlife: Abandoned Bear Cub Pa...

Bear cub turned out to be an underweight yearling who had been alone for too long, did not survive. The Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers are taking the news rather hard.

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A Retired Colorado Teacher Made $50,000 ...

The COVID-19 pandemic shut down many businesses. But one retired teacher's rental business thrived beyond expectations.

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Etkin Johnson Closes on Largest Industri...

Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners, a full-service, privately owned commercial real estate investment and development company based in Colorado, recently completed the sale of a 16-property, 1.67 million-square-foot industrial portfolio in Louisville,

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5 Best Workouts to Help You Achieve Your Summer Body

The time to start pumping the iron was three weeks ago! Here are the five best workouts to help you get the body you want this summer.

Fentanyl Overdoses Reach Record High in ...

As hospitals and medical staff continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, another medical crisis has been affecting Coloradans for the past year: fentanyl overdose deaths.

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Cracking the Code on Gen Z Slang: Slaps,...

Need to talk to your kids but can't understand what they're saying? Need a guide to Gen Z slang and lingo? We've got the definitions to "cap," "simp," "sus," and so many more!

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An Open Letter From Columbine Survivor Crystal Woodman Miller

Dear Fellow Survivor ... words fall significantly short, they feel small and trite. However, I felt compelled to at least try to convey some of the comforts I wish were shared with me.

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Columbine Survivor Crystal Woodman Mille...

Columbine survivor Crystal Woodman Miller wrote this letter in honor of the lives lost on April 20, 1999. "Light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it." Together, let's be the light this broken world needs.

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Colorado's AMBER Alert System Testing on...

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation will be testing out its AMBER Alert notifications system at 11 a.m. on Monday morning, officials said. This test alert will send out notifications to Coloradans' phones with a URL, so you'll be able to access the alert bulletin.

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Colorado Farmers' Markets 2021: List of Opening Dates

Your favorite Colorado farmers' markets will be opening soon, along with some new ones, and we've compiled them all together in this living list for your reference. Local farmers' markets are opening—here's when.

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Colorado Auctioning Off Marijuana-Themed...

The State of Colorado has put together a rather unique fundraiser for a great cause. You can bid on a marijuana-themed license plate and the proceeds will go towards the Colorado Disability Funding Committee.

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Full Lineup for the 2021 Film on the Roc...

Red Rocks Amphitheatre and Park has released its movie lineup for fan-favorite event Film on the Rocks. Red Rocks is hosting 21 drive-in shows and three amphitheater shows.

The 411 on Rattlesnakes in Colorado

Watch your step! Rattlesnakes—Colorado's only venomous snake species—are slithering their way out and onto our trails, in our backyards, and practically anywhere else they can reach.

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Colorado Getaways for Each Month of the ...

Colorado is a state full of adventures just waiting to be taken, so why pay for those airplane tickets when you can vacation in your backyard? Pack your bags! We've got the ultimate list of Colorado destinations to get you through the year!

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National Articles
'Tiger King': Carole Baskin Launches Cat...

"Tiger King" star Carole Baskin has launched her own cryptocurrency. Called $CAT, the crypto coin will allow fans to buy merch and more from Big Cat Rescue animal sanctuary.

13 Presidential Quotes About Moms (and P...

Yes, it's true: Even presidents love their mommies. From Washington to Biden, look at these mom pics and read these presidential quotes about moms.

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'Birds Aren't Real,' They're 'Robotic Replicas'—At Least, That's ...

According to its website, Birds Aren't Real was founded back in 1976 and the movement's main prerogative is to shed light on the government's use of "robotic replicas" that are watching us all.

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Listen Up, Flat-Earthers: The Universe C...

According to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Waterloo, the University of Southhampton (UK), INFN, Leece (Italy), Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, and the University of Salento (Italy), the hologram principle works similarly to the Big Bang model in explaining the early universe. 

VIDEO: 9-Year-Old Boy Goes Missing Insid...

On Saturday afternoon, a 9-year-old boy accidentally climbed on the luggage conveyor belt at Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport. The boy was later found safe.

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New York's Broadway to Re-Open With 100% Capacity

On September 14, Broadway will re-open with 100% capacity, and ticket sales will begin on May 6.

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Will Smith Announced a Body Transformati...

Will Smith posted a photo of himself in what he calls, "the worst shape of his life." However, the next day he added a video and announced he is ready to get back to the gym and teaming up with YouTube to document his fitness journey.

Peloton Finally Recalls Treadmills Month...

Back in March, when the Tread+ treadmill pulled a 6-year-old under the rotating track, resulting in the child's death, Peloton was adamant about not recalling the treadmill.

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7 Last-Minute Mother's Day Gifts for Every Type of Mom

In case you're scrambling for a last-minute gift for Mother's Day, don't worry; we've got you covered. We've found gifts that moms from all walks of life will enjoy, from the avid reader to the master chef, to the makeup guru and everything else in between.

18 Quotes About Moms By Famous People—Bo...

Our mothers are the first to teach us about love. And that love is clear in these 18 quotes about moms by famous people over the years.

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Check Your Pool Noodles Because Snakes C...

With all kinds of wildlife roaming in your backyard, you should be wary this summer. Sun’s out, snakes out? Summer brings out the dangerous animals, so here are some things you should know.

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7 Wild Conspiracy Theories We Can't Stop Reading About

We can't get enough of it. Portals to another dimension, lizard people, hoaxes, and secret government spying made our list.

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