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Degette: A lot to do before year's end

Children's health funding, tax plan, government funding high on agenda for Congress in final weeks of 2017.

Mild and dry to start the week; then big changes

Skies gradually clear Sunday, with highs near normal values, in the low 40s in Denver.

Mild and dry to start the week; then big changes

Temperatures will be cooler this weekend, along with a quick shot of snow.

Air Force Academy to change sex assault office

The academy released a report last month saying the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office was hampered by infighting, rumors and shoddy record-keeping. The report was harshly critical of the director, Teresa Beasley.

Gunnison River rafters rescue injured hiker

Emergency room nurse Robby Rogers and respiratory therapist Tyson Lockhart saw Wright badly injured near the river they were rafting.

Man gets 2 years for plotting school smoke bomb

Judge Scott Sells rejected his attorney?s request for probation, saying probation would diminish the severity of Bolding?s crime.

CO, NM lawmakers alter sex misconduct policies

Similar moves are underway in California. The efforts are aimed at adding accountability, increasing openness and protecting those who come forward with accusations at a time when lawmakers across the country have been forced to resign over sexual misconduct claims.

Colorado Rockies finalize $27M, 3-year deals

McGee was acquired from Tampa Bay before the 2016 season. The 31-year-old was 0-2 with three saves and a 3.61 ERA this year as the Rockies returned to the postseason for the first time since 2009 only to lose to Arizona in the NL wild-card game.

NoCo basketball placed on probation by NCAA

The NCAA placed the University of Northern Colorado men?s basketball program on three years? probation among other sanctions Friday after finding academic fraud and recruiting violations by ex-coach B.J. Hill and some of his assistants.

Historic Aurora golf course closes Sunday

It was back in 1918 when Aurora's Fitzsimons Golf Course opened: An all-sand course with only nine holes was on army property. For nearly 100 years the course evolved, expanding to 18 holes and becoming a popular place to play for locals, finally becoming a public course in 1998. 

Boulder coffee shop going cashless in 2018

The response to going cashless has been positive and banking experts Denver7 spoke with said the trend is the way of the future with financial technology services like Apple Pay or even Bitcoin becoming more and more ingrained into our daily lives.

Elderly man goes missing after crashing truck

Police in Golden are searching for an elderly man who disappeared after crashing his truck into a railcar. 

Wreaths laid on headstones at Ft. Logan cemetery

Around 3,000 people came to help Saturday morning: families of the fallen, veterans as well as civilians who felt helping decorate the headstones was important this holiday season.

US 34 to open through canyon for the holidays

US 34 west of Drake will remain closed for a two-mile stretch, so drivers are encouraged to use Larimer County Road 43 to travel between Loveland and Estes Park. 

Pot shop workers arrested in raids face charges

More details were released in a Denver Police operation that targeted several marijuana dispensaries and netted more than a dozen arrests Thursday morning.

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