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Clifton woman scared that her dog could have rabies

A Clifton woman's dog is in quarantine after she found it with a bat in it's mouth, and that bat tested positive for rabies.

District 51's superintendent plans on moving on to the next part of his 90 day plan.

Three days after a home explosion on 30 Road, Clifton Fire Department is handing over the reins to the investigation. Clifton Fire Department Chief Charles Balke said the explosion probably originated from the center of the home.

School is back which means crosswalks, bike lanes, and drop offs are crowded. But just how safe is the area around your child's school, and can it be safer?

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Officials say Trump’s Afghan plan involves 3,900 more troops

Is it okay to have alcohol for adults at kids' parties?

Forest Service to unveil Hanging Lake plan Tuesday

Fruita Police Department request help identifying suspect

Community works to clean up cemetery with help of goats

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Commuter train crash injures dozens, none critically

Two in custody after pursuit through multiple Colorado counties

U.S. says some remains of sailor found on USS John McCain

Solar grids impacted by eclipse across country

Woman hopes cat survives after it was shot with bow and arrow

Teachers use solar eclipse as learning experience

34K vehicles head through Colorado to Wyoming

Pedestrian killed in Montrose collision

Two hurt in rollover crash on I-70

Rare breeds at Colorado Gypsy Fest

Fire officials: no gas leak associated with home explosion

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