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Boulder DA asks judge to withhold King Soopers shooting video from public for preliminary hearing

The Boulder District Attorney’s Office has filed a second motion asking to withhold a video of the King Soopers mass shooting from the public during a preliminary hearing for the accused shooter, and also indicated it would be willing to not present the video as evidence at the hearing if the request is denied ...
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Former Florence-Penrose School District bus driver sentenced, but judge seals all information

Sentencing in the criminal case involving a former Florence-Penrose School District bus driver who allegedly slapped a student last spring has been completed, but a judge has sealed all of the information, including the outcome ...
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Dominion contract shields Mesa County from civil suit

Mesa County’s deal with Dominion Voting Systems for new election equipment includes a promise that the Denver-based company won’t file a civil lawsuit against the county over what Clerk Tina Peters has been saying about that company ...
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Douglas County cites Tri-County Health executive session in seeking to invalidate school mask rules

Douglas County commissioners are seeking to overturn the Tri-County Health Department’s recently-approved school mask rules by having their attorney raise objections about how the health agency approved the mandate ...
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Conservative dark-money group battles to keep its donors secret in showdown with Colorado’s secretary of state

A deep-pocketed nonprofit that has directed millions of dollars to conservative causes in Colorado over the past two years is heading for a showdown with Democratic Secretary of State Jena Griswold over whether it can keep its donors secret ...
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Video to be kept secret in Boulder King Soopers mass shooting case

An eight-minute video that shows the Boulder King Soopers mass shooting suspect inside the grocery store during the attack will be kept secret from the public even though it will be presented as evidence at an upcoming court hearing, a Boulder County district court judge ruled ...
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Constitutional advocates line up to ask SCOTUS to hear man’s appeal against Denver police

Civil liberties advocates, scholars and others are lining up to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a Colorado man's appeal, after a lower court decided the Denver police officers who allegedly retaliated against him for filming an act of brutality were immune from liability ...
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District 49 says it won’t report COVID cases even though Colorado law requires it

Saying the risks of quarantine outweigh the risk of disease, a Colorado school district insists it won’t report COVID cases to local public health authorities, even though state officials say the law requires it ...
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Police nearly severed Denver photographer’s finger with projectile during protests, lawsuit says

A professional photographer nearly lost his finger when police officers shot him with a less-lethal projectile while he documented 2020 racial justice protests in downtown Denver, according to a lawsuit ...
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D51 board voices frustration following rowdy meetings

District 51 School Board members are expressing sadness and frustration after a pair of recent meetings devolved into raucous rallies ...
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