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Denver woman who needed more than 30 gallons of blood meets the donors who saved her life

During labor, Smith suffered a catastrophic amniotic fluid embolism, a rare but serious condition that caused her heart and lungs to stop working and her blood to stop clotting — as well as her fetus’ heart to stop.

Pella the courthouse dog leads the way to recovery for hundreds of children, families

Pella, a brown-eyed, Lab-golden retriever mix, made her debut as Colorado’s first-ever “facility dog” in 2012, after lifelong animal lover and former Aurora police officer Amber Urban worked for years to bring her to Aurora.

The Denver Foundation initiative gets $200,000 grant

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has given a $200,000 grant to the Denver Foundation in support of its Elevating Philanthropy in Communities of Color initiative, the Denver Foundation announced Tuesday.

After Hugo water found THC-free, officials say it was better to be safe

Despite the brief confusion it caused sheriff’s officials Saturday say they do not regret taking the field test kit results seriously.

The Mile High City gears up for fourth annual Denver Days

Denver Days will celebrate its fourth year July 30 as Denverites join their neighbors in building community during the weeklong event.

Fort Collins girl has lunch with first lady at White House

A Fort Collins girl is having lunch with First Lady Michelle Obama after winning a national children’s healthy cooking contest.

Denver Zoo welcomes four new lion cubs

The Denver Zoo welcomed four news lion cubs Wednesday after their father in at the Lee Richardson Zoo in Kansas started to push them out of the pride, which is a common occurrence in lion prides.

Loveland man pedals to fight sex trafficking

Daniel Lemke of Loveland cycled 12,608 miles across the United States on a journey to raise awareness about sex trafficking.

Parades, picnics mark Denver Fourth of July celebrations

At Park Hill in Denver, families came together to celebrate at an annual Independence Day parade, and across town, at the Salvation Army shelter, a similar celebration was held for homeless men and women.

Fort Collins girl cooks her way to lunch with Michelle Obama at the White House

Fort Collins girl, age 10, wins a trip to the White House and lunch with First Lady Michelle Obama for being named the Colorado winner in the national “Healthy Lunchtime Challenge” cooking contest.

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