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LATEST: Lyons Park Estates has been ordered to evacuate due to the CalWood fire in Boulder County

Drug addiction continues its grim march across the U.S., having contributed to the deaths of more than 470,000 Americans over the past two decades. And it’s only getting worse.

Here's where you can and can't hike during the national forest closures via @johnmeyer  for @coloradoutdoors 

Aramark, one of the nation’s largest foodservice contractors, plans to dismiss 71 bartenders at the Mission Ballroom in Denver and 904 workers at Coors Field.

From registration campaigns to open endorsement of candidates, small businesses are starting to speak out by @josiebsexton 

Endorsement: "The unintended double whammy on businesses at this juncture in history is untenable. We urge voters to support Amendment B." #COPolitics 

If there's one activity you can do safely during a pandemic, it's golf. 🏌️

Women registered as Democrats continue to set the pace for ballots returned in Colorado's 2020 election. Some 30% of active voters have returned ballots. #copolitics 

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Pope endorses same-sex civil unions in new documentary film

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NEW: Charlotte Figi, 13-year-old Coloradan whose CBD journey inspired medical marijuana reform, dies of coronavirus

JUST IN: Grand jury declines to indict Aurora officer who shot, killed an unarmed black man

Boulder police said the boy was riding his bicycle with a Trump sign when a woman on a moped saw the sign and turned around to confront the boy.

JUST IN: El Chapo arrives at Supermax in Florence Friday morning via @kirkmitchell 

Shoppers pulled out their own guns in response to Thornton#Walmartshooting , police say that slowed investigation.

Women's March on Denver swells to more than 100,000 people, organizers say #WomensMarch 

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