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Day of the Dead celebrations alive and well

4:46 PM, Nov 1, 2013

USA TODAY - Say you want to celebrate the Mexican national holiday known as Day of the Dead authentically, not just as an excuse to drink tequila.

Mexican Cultural Center Gallery celebrates Dia de los Muertos

11:48 AM, Oct 23, 2013

KUSA - It's a 3,000-year-old tradition in Mexico, and now the rich tradition of Dia de los Muertos - or Day of the Dead - is coming to life in Denver.

Parents forced to evict adult children

DENVER - A 9Wants to Know investigation discovered that a growing number of parents are evicting their children after they move back home.

11:10 PM, May 8, 2012

Recipe: Snooze Breakfast Pot Pie

DENVER - One of the best things about Christmas morning does not have to be the presents, it can be a really delicious breakfast.

7:45 PM, Dec 23, 2010

State alters 420 MM sign to thwart thieves

DENVER - Thieves have been stealing the 420 mile marker sign so often, CDOT has changed it to "419.99".

11:43 AM, Jan 11, 2014

US probes Mazda CX-9 for brake problem

DETROIT (AP) - U.S. safety regulators are investigating problems with the power brakes in the Mazda CX-9 crossover SUV.

12:46 PM, Feb 14, 2014

To pay or not to pay: The photo radar-ticket question

DENVER - A letter in the mail with my name on it, looks so innocent. Then I open it.

8:38 PM, Oct 2, 2011

Colo. Supreme Court halts gay marriage in Denver, Adams County

Colorado's Supreme Court is ordering an end to gay marriages while the state's ban against the unions remains in place. 

3:50 PM, Jul 18, 2014

Random facts about taxes to ease what may be a painful day

DENVER - April 15 is, of course, usually tax day (it's April 17 this year). If you owe money or you're scrambling to get your return in by midnight, it may be a stressful day. Here are some fun facts to get you through the process.

5:30 PM, Mar 6, 2012

CSU out of Title IX gender equity compliance

FORT COLLINS - Colorado State University failed to comply with federal gender-equity requirements under Title IX by offering too few athletic scholarships for women, the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights confirmed.

7:53 PM, Nov 20, 2013

'Milli Vanilli' bandits charged

DENVER - Two accused armed robbers, dubbed by authorities as the "Milli Vanilli" bandits, were formally charged Tuesday.

8:02 PM, Dec 24, 2013

World's tallest, fastest waterslide to open in Kansas

KANSAS CITY - A photo of an under-construction waterslide in Kansas City, Kansas, with what looks to be a right-angle drop has social media users gawking and expressing fear.

11:49 AM, Nov 20, 2013

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