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    Get ready for nutrition labels on beer

    Your favorite ale or lager may soon be getting a little more health-conscious. The Beer Institute – an industry group – has planned a new initiative to add labels with nutrition facts on bottles and cans. The labels will include the number of calories, carbs, freshness dating, and alcohol by volume. A scannable QR code on labels will let drinkers get even more information, such as ingredients. Members of the group have agreed to the new standards, including major brewers MillerCoors, Anheuser-Busch, HeinekenUSA, […]

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    Water in Hugo tests negative for THC, water advisory canceled

    HUGO, Colo. — Tests of the water supply in Hugo by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation have come back negative for THC, two days after initial local testing prompted a water advisory. The advisory has been lifted and residents in an eastern Plains town can once again drink and cook with the water. The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office says it’s believed initial tests that showed THC in the water were a false positive. However, one of the well houses associated with […]

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    Police searching for 16-year-old girl from Aurora

    AURORA, Colo. — Police are asking for help finding a 16-year-old girl who has been missing for a week. “I`m just scared for you baby, just call mama, please just call me,” Stine’s mother, Sabrina Jones, said while fighting back tears. Jones said Stine has no history of running away. Her friends don’t know where she is. And she doesn’t understand what would cause her daughter to leave their home around 2 a.m. on July 15, 2016. “Maybe she was […]

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    What Colorado means to me: Kevin Torres

    The majority of the folks who put Channel 2 News at 4 p.m. on the air are from Colorado. Kevin Torres shares with us what Colorado means to him.

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    Farmers’ markets: Social gatherings for tasting and talk

    RIFLE, Colo. — Most communities in Colorado host a weekly or monthly farmers’ market. They’re a way for the community and visitors to get together to taste some deliciously grown local produce and check out some nifty art. In Rifle, out on Colorado’s Western Slope, Kevin Torres discovered a Farmers’ Market that’s certainly Unique 2 Colorado.    

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    Jane King’s business report — July 22

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    Video: New Ruby Hill Bike Park open for business

    DENVER — The brand new Ruby Hill Bike Park is now open for business. The seven-and-a-half acre park features dirt jumps, a slope-style course and a skills course. Strap on your helmet and hold on tight. Photojournalist takes us along for a ride in the video clip.

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    People and Places: The hottest happenings in Colorado this weekend

    Chris Parente shows us some of the biggest events in entertainment taking place in Colorado and around the region this weekend.  

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    The weather is hot, officials warn against leaving dogs in cars

    DENVER — Animal control officials are warning dog owners in Denver not to leave their pets in the car, even for a few minutes. The weather is just too hot. Animal control officers say they’re seeing more cases of dogs left in hot cars so far this year. They’ve responded to 300 calls since April. Elitch Gardens has put up signs in the parking lot warning guests not to leave their pets in their vehicles. Still, employees at Elitch’s say […]

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    Delayed project at Confluence Park about to restart

    DENVER — After more than one year of delays work is about to start again on  one of Denver’s most iconic sites: Confluence Park. That’s where Cherry Creek meets the Platte River in downtown Denver. Work on a massive redevelopment project there was halted and the area became an eye sore when toxic soils were discovered. The cost of water treatment could double the $4.2 million budget. But construction is expected to start again in the next 4-6 weeks with […]