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'In A Bit Of A Panic': Rene Lima-Marin Talks About Deportation Fears

By Andrea Flores

DENVER (CBS4)– It’s been three months since Renee Lima-Marin was supposed to come home from prison for good, but he was blindsided when immigration officials took him into custody the day he was released. 444 more words

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New Attention Brought To Confederate Monuments In Colorado

By Dillon Thomas

DENVER (CBS4)– Though Colorado was not a state at the time of the Civil War, monuments to Union and Confederate soldiers can be found across the state. 425 more words

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'There's Going To Be A Battle': Hickenlooper On Health Care During Town Hall

By Karen Morfitt

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Gov. John Hickenlooper didn’t mince words when addressing community concerns about health care at a town hall meeting in Aurora on Wednesday night. 286 more words

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Immigration Case For Rene Lima-Marin Reopened

DENVER (CBS4)– A Cuban immigrant slated for deportation despite a pardon from Colorado’s governor for his previous crimes, has won the reopening of his immigration case. 389 more words

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What Gov. Hickenlooper Is Saying About 2020 Presidential Run

By Britt Moreno

DENVER (CBS4)– Gov. John Hickenlooper isn’t saying “no” about a possible presidential run in 2020, saying he’s focused on other issues like health care right now. 393 more words

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Is Parker The Next Hollywood?

By Shaun Boyd

PARKER, Colo. (CBS4)– A new $750 million venture in Colorado could put the state back on the movie making map.

Redbarre Media and Technology announced it will develop a 70-acre campus in Parker just south of E-470 near South Chambers Road. 383 more words

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Hickenlooper Denounces Hate Crime At Synagogue

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Gov. John Hickenlooper had a strong reaction to a hate crime that happened last week.

Swastikas were spray painted onto the Temple Beit Torah, as well as some cars around the synagogue. 63 more words

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