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0 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Colorado as of Tuesday


Colorado Springs mom and 17-month-old son found dead in apparent murder-suicide case


1 killed in snowmobile crash outside Aspen


2nd Custer County jail escapee captured in Walsenburg


Colorado fertility doctor responds after being sued for using own sperm


Colorado's December unemployment rate a historic low of 2.5 percent


Some online DMV services to be down Saturday and Sunday for program upgrade


Search called off for missing Colorado teen


Deadly crash involving a pedestrian and an Adams County Sheriff vehicle


More evidence points to a group of wolves living in Colorado


Cherry Creek mall ends free parking


2 arrested in pellet gun shooting spree


Skier who died at Winter Park Resort may have crashed into trees


1 killed in Huerfano County rollover


Ice climber killed by small avalanche in Colorado ID'd


Colorado pup will be featured on Animal Planet's "Puppy Bowl"


MISSING: 13-year-old Colorado girl authorities consider at-risk


Colorado school district considers middle school phone ban


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Posted: 6:10 PM - We go to the wrestling mats at Colorado Springs Christian School for this weeks Classroom Champion. That is where you can find Jake Hamilton, a straight A student with 7 tournament titles under his belt. This year, he is all-in on bringing home a state title.

Posted: 4:06 PM - The Denver Broncos have named Mike Shula as quarterbacks coach, Head Coach Vic Fangio announced on Tuesday. Shula has been a quarterbacks coach or offensive coordinator in each of his last 20 seasons in the NFL. He most recently worked as offensive coordinator for the New York Giants from 2018-19 when Broncos Offensive Coordinator Pat Shurmur was the team’s head coach.

Posted: 01/27/2020 - The helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant and eight others that crashed into a rugged hillside outside Los Angeles was flying in foggy conditions considered dangerous enough that local police agencies grounded their choppers.