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More wind and high fire danger in store for SundayMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.

Free medical services offered to Coloradans in AuroraUCHealth has partnered with InnerCity Health for a free medical day, an ever more critical need after patients delayed screenings during the pandemic.

Cause of Westminster House explosion determined to be ‘undetermined’Westminster firefighters have determined that the cause of an explosion at a house in February is undetermined.

Teller County Sheriff’s Deputy ArrestedTeller County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Bisset is behind bars and on leave after allegedly threatening a group of people with a gun.

Wealth Manager: Borrowers Can Pay Off Student Loans Quickly During COVID MoratoriumThomas C. Martin says if you have student loans and can afford to keep paying them back, it might be a good idea for now because interest is suspended and that means you’ll eat away at the principal.

USDA confirms first Colorado bird flu infection among domestic flockThe United States Department of Agriculture’s National Veterinary Services Laboratory said on Saturday it identified the first detection of bird flu in a backyard flock in Colorado at a Pitkin County farm. There were three more wild bird cases in Sedgwick, Morgan and Denver counties earlier this week.

Wheelchair man punched and killed at Denver crosswalkA man in a wheelchair was struck and killed in Denver on Friday night. Police say he was hit by a car at Race Street and Colfax Avenue.

13-year-olds among those killed in Denver shooting, head-on crashA suspected shooting and subsequent crash ended in the deaths of three people Friday night in Denver.

USDA confirms first Colorado bird flu infection among domestic flockThe United States Department of Agriculture’s National Veterinary Services Laboratory said on Saturday it identified the first detection of bird flu in a backyard flock in Colorado at a Pitkin County farm. There were three more wild bird cases in Sedgwick, Morgan and Denver counties earlier this week.

Part of US 36 reopened in Boulder following suspicious package investigationBoulder police have been working with the Colorado Department of Transportation on an investigation into a suspicious package that forced the closure of US 36 Friday night.

Denver police investigate shooting on Larimer StreetDenver police responded to a report of a shooting near Larimer and 20th Street early Saturday morning.

Hot and windy to start the weekendWatch Callie Zanandrie’s predictions.

Ukrainians in Colorado gather at the State Capitol to honor those killed in a war-torn countrySeveral Ukrainians in Colorado gathered at the state capitol to hold a vigil in honor of civilians killed in the war-torn country.

Fentanyl bill undergoes committee changesA fentanyl bill that would change the penalty for possession is being debated in the state capitol.

Pursue suspects not recommended by law enforcementThe owner of the vehicle attempted to drive away his stolen truck, a move that law enforcement advises against.

Red Flag Day Saturday highlights new fire risksSmoke and fire rose from the grasslands of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge again on Friday as firefighters worked on a controlled burn.

Part of US 36 closed in Boulder due to suspicious packageBoulder police have been working with the Colorado Department of Transportation on an investigation into a suspicious package that forced the closure of US 36 Friday night.

Owner who spotted stolen truck on highway describes dramatic chaseA dramatic car chase ended Thursday near a busy Jefferson County park after robbers drove deputies onto Highway 285 and into a residential area.

Meet an usher who has over 2 decades of experience at Rockies Spring Training and Coors FieldMeet Mary Odell, she’s been in the stands for over two decades at Coors Field and during spring training.

Young woman attributes life-changing surgery to Denver Health’s Brooke Gordon Epilepsy Center ROSA machineThe ROSA machine is considered state-of-the-art, and Denver Health is one of the only facilities in the country to have one.

Coors Field Cat up for adoptionThe son of the original Coors Field cat is up for adoption.

Trial date set for Barry Morphew in southern ColoradoA trial date has been set for Barry Morphew, the Chaffee County man charged with murder in his wife’s disappearance.

Heightened fire danger returns on Saturday ahead of the next cold frontWatch Dave Aguilera’s predictions

UNC professor among those cut as university eliminates some language programsIn an effort to facilitate new programs and studies offered at Greeley, the University of Northern Colorado announced plans to cut some programs and staff to facilitate growth in other areas.

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