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Colorado Clear gives away free water bottles

“When we first started our company, there were a lot of hurdles actually to establish our company, and we've been so supported in our town...So the right thing to do is actually give it back to our town."


Police said the child was riding in the area of I and 1600 roads.


Colorado's Senate passed a bill that would bring the state in line with U.S. Supreme Court rulings that mandatory life without parole sentences for youth offenders are unconstitutional.



Republican and Democratic presidential campaigns face another critical test as voters head to the polls in Indiana primaries


American killed in combat in Iraq was Navy SEAL


Colorado pot-in-schools bill awaits governor's pen


Public workers in Kansas allowed to carry concealed weapon on the job


Colorado a step closer on tough student data privacy law


GVDD election Tuesday on heels of controversial drainage fee


R-5 students repair, sell bikes to fund education programs


Denver Zoo euthanized lion suffering from liver disease


Fruita's Entertainment District put on hold


A brotherly surprise from the U.S. Air Force


Camping puts a spring in tourism


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$4,000 in merchandise stolen from local cat shelter


GJPD: Woman arrested after DUI in Orchard Mesa


Report: Mental illness on the rise on the Western Slope


GJ Parks and Rec are launches new app for feedback


Colorado clinic reopens 5 months after deadly shooting


Woman gets 100 years for cutting baby from stranger's womb


MS walk draws nearly 400 locals to Canyon View Park


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