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Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for Sept. 26-Oct. 2, 2022
More than 1,649,800 people in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 68,600 have been hospitalized as of Sunday, according to the CDPHE.

Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for Sept. 19-Sept. 25, 2022
More than 1,600,700 people in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 68,400 have been hospitalized as of Monday, according to the CDPHE.

Family seeking answers about why man was shot and killed by deputies
The family of a 22-year-old man who was shot and killed by a Clear Creek County sheriffs deputy in June has hired an attorney and is pressing for more information about why the young man was shot.

Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for Sept. 12-Sept. 18, 2022
More than 1,600,400 people in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 68,200 have been hospitalized as of Monday, according to the CDPHE.

Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for Sept. 5-Sept. 11, 2022
More than 1,600,600 people in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 68,000 have been hospitalized as of Wednesday, according to the CDPHE.

Omicron boosters are coming to Colorado. Here's what you need to know.
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment talks vaccine efficacy, approval process, updated shots for kids and more.

Colorado to continue distributing free at-home COVID-19 tests as US program ends
Coloradans looking for free COVID-19 tests will still be able to pick them at recreation centers and other locations across the state despite the U.S. government ending its home delivery program.

Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for Aug. 29-Sept. 4, 2022
More than 1,600,900 people in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 67,800 have been hospitalized as of Monday, according to the CDPHE.

Jeffco Public Schools proposes closing 16 elementary schools in consolidation
Jeffco Public Schools is proposing closing 16 elementary schools and consolidating them with others because of declining enrollment in the district, officials told the districts board Thursday.

Affordable housing measure makes Colorado's November ballot
A measure which would put a small portion of state income tax revenue toward affordable housing programs across Colorado without raising taxes will be on the Colorado ballot in November.

DEA Rocky Mountain Division reveals new realities of fentanyl crisis
Three months of targeted operations by Drug Enforcement Administration agents uncovered thousands of lethal fentanyl doses in Colorado.

Denver rehab center employees in recovery helping those in addiction
September is National Recovery Month. According to the CDC, close to 92,000 people died from a drug overdose in the U.S. in 2020 a 31% increase from 2019.

Denver considers converting downtown office buildings to residential units
Denver city officials are willing to put just about any feasible housing solution on the table, including a new initiative that aims to convert downtown office buildings into apartments and condos.

Marshall Fire victim rebuilding his Louisville home himself
Its going to be long road to recovery after Hurricane Ian left a path of destruction through Florid. That extensive recovery period is something people in Boulder County know all too well.

Heading to new heights for the Stars and Stripes
Todd Ross climbs flag poles for a living, a job that takes him to plenty of crazy heights, all out of his personal respect for the American flag.

Woman shot to death in Englewood Thursday, victim IDd by coroner
A death investigation in Englewood is being classified as a homicide by the Arapahoe County Coroner.

The Rivalry is back. Broncos players 'hate' Raiders entering AFC West battle
The Rivalry is back. Broncos players "hate" the Raiders entering AFC West grudge match. Keys to a win? The defense starring and Russell Wilson showing mobility with a moving pocket and scrambles.

Pop Up Grocer featuring unique food products opens in RiNo
The New York-based Pop Up Grocer, a traveling grocery store, opened in Denvers River North Arts District on Walnut Street on Friday.

Mount Evans Highway, Old Fall River Road to fully close for the season on Monday
The Mount Evans Highway is fully closing for the season on Monday. This closure only applies to motorized vehicles.

Additional victims sought in child sex crimes arrest of 68-year-old Aurora man
Investigators with the Aurora Police Department are looking for the publics help to identify additional victims of a man arrested on multiple counts of child sex assault.

Talking Heads Jerry Harrison and Adrian Belew Celebrate Remain in Light in L.A.

Photo by Stevo Rood Last night at The Wiltern theatre in mid-city Los Angeles, original Talking Heads member Jerry Harrison and noted touring memberAdrian Belewperformed a 90-minute set in celebration of Talking Heads’ iconic 1980 album,RemaininLight. Additionally, the duo, backed by a nine-piece ensemble featuring former members of Turkuaz, and Yahuba Garcia-Torres on percussion, dusted […]

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Allman Betts Band Bassist Berry Duane Oakley and Family Lose Home in Hurricane Ian

Photo Credit: Chris Brush Due to the recent devastation to Floridas Gulf Coast caused by Hurricane Ian, former Allman Betts Band and current Duane Betts bassist, Berry Duane Oakley, and his family have been displaced from their home which was destroyed in the storm.Oakley has taken to Facebook with updates of his status; he and […]

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LCD Soundsystem Release First Song in Five Years, Announce 20-Show Return to BK Steel

LCD Soundsystem pulled out all the stops today, releasing their first song in five years, titled new body rhumba, along with announcing their return to New York’s Brooklyn Steel for a 20-show residency. new body rhumba was written by James Murphy, Pat Mahoney, and Nancy Whang and produced by Murphy for DFA Productions. The song […]

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Tyler ChildersReturns to the Stage at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Photo by Emma Delevante On Wednesday and Thursday, Tyler Childers performed at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo., marking his first headlining appearance since his two nights at the very same venue a year earlier on Sept. 29 and 30, 2021. During the two evenings, Childers performed several iconic covers, fan favorites from his […]

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Doom Flamingo Announce Debut Live LP ‘In The Rain,’ Share Live Video of “Bohemian Rhapsody” Cover

Photo by Paul Chelmis Today, Doom Flamingo announced they’ll release their debut live album, In The Rain, on Oct. 7. The collection of live tracks comes from the synth-wave group’s eclectic and explosive shows over the summer, all of which, almost by chaotic serendipity, were affected by weather, especially rain. The 11 tracks found on […]

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Goose Bust Out Chick Corea’s “Spain” at The National Tour Opener in Richmond

Photo Credit: Adam Berta On Thursday, Sept. 29, Connecticut’s Goose kicked off their Dripfield Fall Tour at The National in Richmond, Va. The ensembles first night in the Old Dominion brought forth numbers from across the jambands expansive live and studio recorded discography, as well as a few choice covers, including a bust out of […]

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Tedeschi Trucks Band Perform ‘I Am The Moon: III. The Fall’ in Full During Night One of Beacon Theatre Run

Photo Credit: Stuart Levine Last night at New Yorks Beacon Theatre on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, Tedeschi Trucks Band took the first stand of their seven-night run at the fabled entertainment venue. The group kicked off the night with a complete performance of I Am The Moon: III. The Fall played from start […]

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Neil Young and Crazy Horse Plot New Album ‘World Record,’ Share Lead Single “Love Earth”

Photo Credit: Bill Kelly Neil Young and his longtime collaborators Crazy Horse have announced their latest joint endeavor, an 11-track album entitled World Record, due out on Nov. 18 via Reprise Records. As a preview of whats to come, the musicians have shared a taste of their latest collection of music with the opening track, […]

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John Mellencamp Announces Massive North American Tour, Live and In Person 2023

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee John Mellencamp has announced a massive North American tour, dubbed Live and In Person 2023. The 76-stop run is set to kick off with a two-night stand in Bloomington, Ind., at Indiana University Auditorium on Feb. 5 and 6.  After opening up his tour, Mellencamp will travel through […]

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Oceans Calling Festival Canceled due to Severe Weather Caused by Hurricane Ian

Oceans Calling Festival has been canceled due to unsafe weather conditions on the festival grounds caused by Hurricane Ian and additional severe meteorological factors. The festival was slated to take place this weekend, on Sept. 30 through Oct 2, but it was ultimately scrapped due to current weather conditions on the Atlantic coast.  The festival […]

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Amended autopsy report for Elijah McClain lists new cause of death
The Adams County Coroner amended Elijah McClains autopsy report to show his cause of death was complications of ketamine administration following forcible restraint.

Judge grants prosecution's motion to dismiss Barry Morphew murder case
A Fremont County judge has granted the prosecution's motion to dismiss the murder case against Barry Morphew, who was accused of killing his wife in 2020. The prosecution's motion asks the court to dismiss the charges without prejudice, meaning Barry can be tried again if prosecutors refile charges.

Wildfires are getting worse, CU study finds
New research from the University of Colorado Boulder has confirmed what many of us may have noticed: Wildfires are getting worse across the U.S.

How you can help the victims in the Denver-Lakewood mass shooting
The community is coming together after five people were killed and several others were injured, including a Lakewood police officer, in a shooting rampage in Denver and Lakewood Monday night. Here's how you can help the victims.

Like nobody youd ever met: Family, friends remember beloved victims killed in shootings Monday
Following multiple shootings Monday evening that ended with six people dead and three injured in Denver and Lakewood, family and friends are starting to share their beloved memories of the victims.

Gunman kills four, injures three in shooting spree
A gunman killed four people and injured three others, including a police officer, in a shooting spree that spanned across Denver and ended in Lakewood Monday night, police say.

Judge to reconsider trucker's 110-year sentence in January
Judge A. Bruce Jonesannounced during Monday's hearing that he would reconsider a new sentence for Rogel Aguilera-Mederos who was sentenced to 110 years in prison after he was found guilty of killing four people in a fiery crash in 2019 at a hearing on Jan. 13 at 1:30 p.m.

25 years later: Investigation into JonBent Ramsey's murder continues
Sunday marks 25 years since the day JonBent Patricia Ramsey, just 6 years old, was found dead in the basement of her family's home in Boulder. To date, nobody has been convicted of the crime, but theories have circulated for decades.

DA's office will ask court to reduce Rogel Aguilera-Mederos' sentence, hearing set for Monday
The Colorado First Judicial District Attorney's Office will ask the court to reduce a truck driver's 110-year sentence to 20-30 years at an upcoming sentence reconsideration hearing, the district attorney announced in a statement Thursday.

Kyle Rittenhouse found not guilty on all counts
A jury has found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all five counts charged against him.

Local Animal Care

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  Whether you are on vacation, travelling for business, or it's just another day at the office,
  Pawsome Pet Care will be there to feed, play with, and of course hug your pets if needed.
  
Pawsome Pet Care service area is in Morrison, CO - South Turkey Creek Road at Hwy 285 to Meyer Ranch including The Homestead and Golden Meadows areas. By keeping our service area small we are better able to serve our clients in need, and ensure that we can get to your furry family members in just about any conditions!
 
Weather Forecast
1 OCT 08:53 AM MDT FOR 2 MILES S TINY TOWN CO

TODAY
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LIKELY, THEN SHOWERS AND POSSIBLY A THUNDERSTORM AFTER 3PM. HIGH NEAR 61. LIGHT AND VARIABLE WIND BECOMING EAST 5 TO 10 MPH IN THE MORNING. WINDS COULD GUST AS HIGH AS 16 MPH. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 80%.
TONIGHT
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LIKELY, MAINLY BEFORE 11PM. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 42. WEST SOUTHWEST WIND 6 TO 8 MPH. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 60%.
SUNDAY
A CHANCE OF SHOWERS, WITH THUNDERSTORMS ALSO POSSIBLE AFTER NOON. PARTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 62. WEST SOUTHWEST WIND 6 TO 10 MPH BECOMING EAST IN THE AFTERNOON. WINDS COULD GUST AS HIGH AS 16 MPH. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 50%.
SUNDAY NIGHT
A 20 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BEFORE MIDNIGHT. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 44. WEST SOUTHWEST WIND AROUND 8 MPH.
MONDAY
SHOWERS LIKELY AND POSSIBLY A THUNDERSTORM AFTER NOON. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 63. WEST WIND 7 TO 9 MPH BECOMING EAST IN THE AFTERNOON. WINDS COULD GUST AS HIGH AS 15 MPH. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 70%.
MONDAY NIGHT
SHOWERS LIKELY AND POSSIBLY A THUNDERSTORM BEFORE MIDNIGHT, THEN A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFTER MIDNIGHT. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 43. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 60%.
TUESDAY
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS, THEN SHOWERS LIKELY AND POSSIBLY A THUNDERSTORM AFTER NOON. PARTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 56. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 60%.
TUESDAY NIGHT
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BEFORE MIDNIGHT. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 41.
WEDNESDAY
A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFTER NOON. MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 59.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS BEFORE MIDNIGHT. PARTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 41.
THURSDAY
A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 58.
THURSDAY NIGHT
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS. PARTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 41.
FRIDAY
A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 61.

 
Current Conditions
  

Weather Underground PWS KCOMORRI27   Weather Underground PWS KCOMORRI12

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