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National Monument visits down by a third, reports show

Reports show attendance at the Colorado National Monument has decreased by a third.

Local organizations break down child abuse statistics for 2016.

After all the snow and precipitation our state has recently seen, Colorado’s snow pack is sitting above average.

Jon Pritikin has traveled all over the country spreading a message was about "power," using power to tear down the negative and lift people up.

3 people killed, suspect arrested in Conejos County shooting

Diapers needed to help struggling families

Dog in training to detect sewer leaks

HS Basketball: Central tops Fruita in league opner

CMU Men's Basketball: Mavs itching for a win

CMU Women's Basketball: Lady Mavs unfazed by pressure

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Gun industry, suicide prevention form unlikely alliance

Worker at Maserati dealer dead following sports car crash

The state of agriculture

Report: US abortion rate at lowest level since 1973

How you can beat the 'Monday Blues'

GJ considers $70M Broadband Internet investment

Denver woman killed in Mexico shooting

Sheriff's lieutenant on paid leave following evidence investigation

VIDEO: Giant Gator Takes A Stroll

MH370 hunt ends

Gas prices drop ahead of another hike

Hundreds march in Martin Luther King Jr. Day event

The need for heat causes Carbon Monoxide concerns

MCSO: Man arrested for Palisade murder

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