Person shot in Five Points

One person was taken to the hospital after police say he was shot near the light rail station at 25th and Welton Streets.

       


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Blue Bell ice cream returns to Denver

More than a year after it was pulled from the shelves due to a listeria scare, you can once again find Blue Bell ice cream in Denver grocery stores starting Monday. 

       


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London terror attacker used WhatsApp

Minutes before the terrorist rampage in London on Wednesday, attacker Khalid Masood sent a WhatsApp message to an unknown person, authorities said Sunday. 

       


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Trump takes aim at Freedom Caucus

Despite calling Freedom Caucus members friends last week, President Trump seemed to take aim Sunday at the Republican hard-line conservatives and blame them in part for the collapse of the party’s health care repeal plan.

       


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Storytellers: Woman regains sight

It is 5:45am in Buena Vista and the horizon is beginning to show signs of the new day.

       


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Celebs blast United for dress code

For many women, leggings are a staple of their jet-setting uniform. So it came as a surprise to athleisure lovers on Twitter that United Airlines prevented two girls from boarding a flight Sunday from Denver to Minneapolis, just because they were wearing spandex.

       


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6 foods proven to increase your mood

If the warm temperatures and blooming flowers aren't enough to boost your mood, maybe you should consider chowing down on some of these foods.

       


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United says leggings are still welcome

United Airlines has responded to a set of viral tweets that allege the company did not allow young girls wearing leggings to board a flight Sunday morning. 

       


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Vandal targets Ft Collins Islamic Center

Police searching for man they say vandalized Fort Collins Islamic Center by throwing cinderblocks through the windows.

       


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Nissan recalls more than 56,000 cars,...

WASHINGTON (AP) - Nissan is recalling more than 56,000 cars because of power steering hoses that may leak fluid and potentially lead to fires.
 
       


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