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    ‘We have to win this state,’ Trump tells thousands at Denver rally

    DENVER — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spent Friday campaigning in Colorado. He wrapped up a speech at a rally in Denver late Friday night. He went on the attack against Hillary Clinton and her messages from the Democratic National Convention. He held a town hall meeting in Colorado Springs earlier in the day. This was Trump’s second visit to Denver during July. Friday night it was in front of thousands at the Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space […]

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    Hillary Clinton accepts Democratic Party’s nomination for president

    PHILADELPHIA — Hillary Clinton beamed with emotion as she took the convention stage to become the first woman to accept a major U.S. party’s presidential nomination on Thursday night. “It is with humility, determination and boundless confidence in America’s promise that I accept your nomination for President of the United States,” Clinton said to thunderous applause at the Wells Fargo Center. Clinton appeared almost overcome with emotion as she entered the arena to loud cheers and embraced her daughter, Chelsea, […]

  • Motorcyclists block Denver roads. Photo courtesy: Denver Police Department

    Reward offered for information on motorcyclists who blocked roads

    DENVER — A group of motorcyclists took over Denver roads on Sunday. On Wednesday, the Denver Police Department said it is looking for individuals who participated in the ride. Denver Metro Crime Stoppers is offering up to $2,000 for information that helps them catch some of the perpetrators. Police are looking for photographs, video or anyone who witnessed the motorcyclists riding in a reckless manner. It was part of “Kill Da Streetz,” an event motorcyclists say is meant to honor riders killed on […]

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    What Colorado means to me: Kim Posey and Jennifer Brockman

    Most of the people who work to bring you Colorado’s Own Channel 2 News at 4 p.m. have deep roots in Colorado. Kim Posey and Executive Producer Jennifer Brockman talk about what Colorado means to them.

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    Teen gets racial slur delivered on Papa John’s pizza box

    DENVER — A Denver family is furious after their teenage son ordered a pizza from Papa John’s and was delivered a racial slur instead. The teen went to the Papa John’s on Green Valley Ranch Boulevard and Tower Road around 4 p.m. Tuesday to apply for a job and eat dinner. After his sausage and pepperoni pizza came out of the oven though, Adam Duncan said he is never going back. “I won’t be seeing Papa John again,” he told […]

  • Southwest Airlines

    Southwest Airlines flights delayed by problems with computer systems

    DENVER — Southwest Airlines experienced a computer issue that delayed thousands of passenger at Denver International Airport and nationwide for several hours Wednesday afternoon. The problem was resolved and operations at Southwest returned to normal by early Wednesday evening. The airline tweeted just before 1 MT that they are aware and investigating the current issues. Southwest promised to update travelers on Twitter when they have updates. The airline’s airport kiosks and web site were not available for check-in or booking. […]

  • Breathalyzer

    CDOT offering personal breathalyzers to participants in new study

    DENVER — The Colorado Department Of Transportation is giving away personal breathalyzers as part of a new study on drinking and driving. While most drivers know, if your blood alcohol level is .08 and you’re caught behind the wheel, you face DUI charges. But many drivers might not know that you can also get in trouble blowing between .05-.08 in Colorado. That’s a DWAI: Driving while ability impaired. The consequences are less severe than a DUI. But drivers caught with […]

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    Video: What’s on your mind after the events of this week

    DENVER — Police officers killing men in violent encounters, a sniper ambushing and killing five Dallas police officers. Dave Young spent some time talking to people in Denver about what is on their minds right now. See what they said in his video report above.

  • Vigil in Denver

    Community invited to gather, mourn, find solutions this weekend

    DENVER — Mayor Michael Hancock said several community organizations and churches agreed to open their doors this weekend. People can come together and “mourn, voice concerns and find solutions” in the wake of the Dallas shootings and the lives lost in St. Paul, Baton Rouge and elsewhere around the United States. Join us this weekend as we gather together to mourn, voice concerns & find solutions. — Michael B. Hancock (@MayorHancock) July 8, 2016 Here is a list […]

  • A tree that fell on campers at Lake Minatare is pictured. Photo credit: Scottsbluff StarHerald/Jeff Van Patten

    Falling cottonwood tree at Nebraska lake kills 2 Coloradans

    MINATARE, Neb. — A freak accident in Nebraska killed two men with ties to Colorado. Matt Weaver, 49 of Loveland, and Mark Pennell, 44 and formerly of Lakewood, died when a giant cottonwood tree toppled onto them. A third man, 31-year-old Dan Randall of Bayard, Neb., survived. The men were visiting Lake Minatare State Recreation Area near Scottsbluff, Neb., when the accident occurred Sunday. The men had just come in from the lake and had sat down at a picnic table. Weaver’s wife […]