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Aurora Community Reacts To Police Chief Leaving

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)- The Aurora community is reacting to the news that Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates is leaving. He is likely taking a new job in Miami Beach. 362 more words

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Marijuana Policies Debated At HOA Conference

DENVER (CBS4) – How to deal with marijuana smoking on private property was the subject of debate at a Homeowner’s Association conference in Denver.

Currently HOAs are treating marijuana as another nuisance and many are trying to work within their own policies. 299 more words

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Runner From Colorado Says Boston Marathon Fans Were 'Paramount'

DENVER (CBS4) – Among all the runners at the Boston Marathon last year, a Colorado woman didn’t get to finish due to the bombings. But CBS4′s Mark Taylor talked with Amy O’Brien on Monday, who crossed that finish line this year. 328 more words

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Kylie Minogue debuts new song "Golden Boy"

Kylie Minogue has debuted a new song online.

“Golden Boy” has been unveiled to celebrate this year’s Record Store Day.

The song was originally recorded during the sessions for her latest album, “Kiss Me Once,” out now via Warner Music Group / Parlophone Records. 91 more words

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Denver Hosts 4th Annual Cannabis Cup

DENVER (CBS4) – High times returns to the Mile High City for the fourth annual Cannabis Cup.

Previous years only allowed medical patients, but since marijuana is now legal in Colorado, this is the first time the event is open to all adults 21 and older. 219 more words

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About Me-My psychology services

Mark Taylor is a clinically trained psychologist who conducts evidence-based individual therapy with adults and adolescents primarily in the areas of depression and anxiety, while also specialising in cognitive and behavioural assessment reports for children and adolescents. 258 more words

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Gun Safety Group Debuts With Rally In Golden

GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4)- A new national organization focusing on gun safety and decreasing gun violence debuted across the country and in Golden. “Everytown for Gun Safety” said they’re committed to stronger gun laws. 343 more words

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