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Aurora City Council lifts pit bull banAurora City Council voted Monday night to lift the city's ban on restricted dog breeds.

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University of Colorado researchers are helping deliver cleaner air to Denver schoolsSome of the youngest students at Denver Public Schools returned to the classroom Monday.

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Silverthorne Police track down Escapee YakWitnesses reported the animal was being loaded onto a livestock trailer when it escaped from the scene. Once surrounded, the yak surrendered peacefully.

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Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman won't push the camping ban after a week on the streetAurora Mayor Mike Coffman will no longer pursue his camping ban after camping on the street for a week with no food or money.

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Minority-owned companies hope for better luck with this PPP roundMonday was the first day that the final round of potentially forgivable loans was requested through the Paycheck Protection Program.

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The Pitkin County Health Department approves the transition to the red plain on the Colorado COVID-19 dialPitkin County's Health Department will discuss moving to red on Colorado's COVID-19 dial Monday afternoon.

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COVID vaccines for groups of senior communitiesA Colorado-based company that manages senior citizen communities across the state states that it requires the COVID-19 vaccine for its residents and employees except for medical or religious reasons.

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Major Warm Up is coming soonCheck out Lauren Whitney's prediction

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Despite efforts to distribute more vaccines under 70, frustration growsDespite efforts to vaccinate more older adults since Governor Jared Polis gave priority to those over 70, there remains a lack of clarity about where to vaccinate.

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Some young DPS students returned to face-to-face learning on MondayAfter months of studying from home, many Denver Public Schools students look forward to returning to their classrooms.

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COVID in Colorado: CU Researchers Help Clean Air in Denver Public SchoolsResearchers from the University of Colorado Boulder worked with Denver Public Schools to purify the air.

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Powerball, Mega Millions jackpots piling up over $ 1.1 billionThe Colorado Lottery says since no one has ever won the Mega Millions jackpot, it is now at $ 615 million. The next drawing is Tuesday.

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The University of Northern Colorado is planning a personal start this spring and is returning to class this fallThe University of Northern Colorado plans personal entry-level activities this spring and a return to personal learning this fall.

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Runaway Semi: CSP warns drivers to slow down through the I-70 mountain corridorThe Colorado State Patrol soldiers warned truck drivers to slow down the Interstate 70 mountain corridor.

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COVID precautions will help reduce the spread of influenza, but experts say you should get the flu shot anywayDr. Montano says that while September and October are the ideal times to take the picture, it's not too late.

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January is the month for cervical cancer awarenessMore than 13,000 women are expected to be diagnosed with cervical cancer this year.

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COVID In Colorado: Jefferson County Approved For 5 Star Certification ProgramSome welcome news for Jefferson County restaurants – the state approved the county's 5-star certification program. Companies can request higher capacity limits despite the severity on the COVID-19 dial.

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Warming trend by WednesdayCheck out the forecast from meteorologist Ashton Altieri.

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