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Ptarmigan fire: compulsory evacuations will be lifted Thursday morningMandatory evacuations from the Hamilton Creek and Angler Mountain subdivisions will be lifted Thursday at 10 a.m., Summit County Sheriff Jamie FitzSimons said Wednesday evening.

DIA janitors vote for strike over wages and workloadHundreds of concierges at Denver International Airport voted in favor of the strike. The 350 janitors demand fair wages and workloads.

Babi Yar Park commemorates Nazi massacre of Jews 80 years after tragedyThis week marks 80 years since tens of thousands of Jews were rounded up and murdered by the Nazis in Ukraine in a ravine called Babi Yar. Thousands of miles away in Colorado, the memory of what happened there is remembered in stone and nature.

Cafes Cafes face supply chain issues, drought and staff shortagesMany coffee drinkers celebrate National Coffee Day with a cup of coffee. But there are multiple challenges that make it difficult for local cafes to keep their doors open.

Matthew Madden arrested for fatal double stabbing on estranged woman and friendDenver Police have arrested a suspect in a fatal double stabbing. Officers have taken Matthew Madden into custody for a first degree murder investigation at the crime scene.

Colorado Health Executives Call for Delayed Citation Deadline for Unvaccinated WorkersSeptember 30 is the deadline for Colorado healthcare workers to get their first COVID-19 vaccine in order to comply with a state mandate.

More cold, more rain and more snowWatch Dave Aguilera’s forecast

Klete Keller pleads guilty to obstructing U.S. Capitol riot in plea dealFive-time Olympic swimming medalist Klete Keller has pleaded guilty to “obstructing due process” in connection with the deadly riot on the United States Capitol in January.

Colorado Congressman Jason Crow speaks out on chaotic troop withdrawal from AfghanistanColorado Representative Jason Crow was among lawmakers participating in a congressional scrutiny of what happened in Afghanistan.

Denver Fire investigates apparently burnt carsDenver Fire Department investigators are reviewing evidence after two cars caught fire.

Denver judge dismisses challenge of city’s COVID vaccine mandateA Denver judge has dismissed a challenge to the city’s COVID vaccine warrant brought to court by Denver police officers.

Ptarmigan Fire remains active at 85 acres despite rainThe Ptarmigan fire remains active Wednesday despite precipitation in Summit County.

I-70 reopens in Glenwood Canyon after closing due to flash flood threatA section of Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon reopened Wednesday afternoon after being closed earlier in the day due to threats of flash flooding

Mulching operations underway at Cameron Peak Fire Burn ScarSome trails and roads are closed during aerial mulching operations in the Cameron Peak Fire burn scar.

Python spotted, then captured along Big Dry Creek Trail in WestminsterSome people who were on the Big Dry Creek Trail in Westminster spotted a ball python near 121st Avenue and Zuni Street.

OSHA fines Shelton Land and Cattle $ 24,575 after employee diesJuan Panzo Temoxtle drowned after being trapped in a manure pit.

Babi Yar Park commemorates Nazi massacre of Jews 80 years after tragedyThis week marks 80 years since tens of thousands of Jews were rounded up and murdered by the Nazis in a ravine in Ukraine called Babi Yar.

Wednesday, September 29 CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer brings you two of his favorite picks for NFL Week 4, including the Broncos game against the Ravens.

Matthew Madden arrested for fatal double stabbing on estranged woman and friendDenver Police have arrested a suspect in a fatal double stabbing. Katie Johnston reports.

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is looking for suspects who damaged the Buffalo Bill MuseumThe Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help in identifying people who damaged property at the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave.

Python spotted, then captured along Big Dry Creek Trail in WestminsterSome people who were on a trail in Westminster spotted a royal python on Wednesday morning. Katie Johnston reports.

Colorado Parks & Wildlife helps 2 Bull Elks after spending the night in WestminsterColorado Parks & Wildlife helps two male elk after spending the night in Westminster.

Shoshona Darke arrested and allegedly entered Suzanne and Barry Morphew’s former homeA woman from Salida is under arrest after police say she was captured on security video while entering private property and stealing a package outside the house where Suzanne Morphew was view alive for the last time.

Judge dismisses Denver police officers’ challenge to COVID vaccine warrantA judge on Wednesday rejected an attempt by a group of Denver police officers to prevent the city’s vaccination mandate from coming into effect.


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