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The state's Office of Early Childhood, within the Department of Human Services, has been awarded $275 million from the American Rescue Plan to help families with young children, childcare providers and other early childhood professionals.

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Some 200 students at North High school in Denver on Monday staged a walkout protest, calling for embattled Denver Public School Board of Education Director Tay Anderson to resign after an investigation it initiated did not substantiate Anderson committing allegations of sexual assault but found he made "unbecoming" comments to minors.

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An out-of-state man is in custody after reportedly shooting and killing a Texas hunter. Ronald Morosko, of Elizabeth, Pa., is being held on suspicion of committing a criminally negligent homicide.

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The El Paso County Sheriff's Office identified two drivers killed during a head-on collision on U.S. 24 west of Calhan on Friday.

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Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will be the draw at a high-dollar fundraiser in Colorado Springs next month for Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn's re-election campaign, according to an invitation obtained by Colorado Politics.

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Reaction to the censure of Tay Anderson on the political front Friday was stone silence, but parents who have been critical of the embattled Denver Public Schools board member said they were still convinced he's undeterred. 

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The Bureau of Land Management's national headquarters are moving back to Washington, D.C., but the agency plans to expand offices in Grand Junction and make the Colorado city its official Western headquarters, Secretary of Interior Deb Haaland announced Friday.

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The Denver Public School Board of Education on Friday voted to censure Director Tay Anderson, the only recourse for punishment at its disposal after a probe did not corroborate Anderson committing allegations of sexual assault but found he made "unbecoming" comments to minors.