In this Aug, 28, 2019 photo the burned frame of a mobile home sits on Coronado Street in the Hill-N-Park subdivision near Greeley, Colo. A woman escaped with no injuries when the home caught fire in February 2017. More than two years later, the remains continue to be an eyesore for residents in the neighborhood. The original owner died, and Weld County officials have had difficulty finding heirs, successors or assigns to hold accountable for the property. (Natalie Dyer, The Greeley Tribune)  

Parked: Fire can be risky, deadly drawback of living in mobile homes

The most severe risks are in homes built before 1976, when HUD set improved safety and construction standards

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Colorado governor extends safer-at-home coronavirus directive until July 1

The safer-at-home period was set to expire on Monday night. Gov. Jared Polis said "the virus is still here, and it could surge back the moment we let our guard down."

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Federal prosecutors in Colorado are looking to charge criminal “agitators” at Denver’s George Floyd protests

U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn, Colorado’s top federal prosecutor, says investigators have reason to believe a small number of people are inciting chaos and causing damage. He believes getting them off the street will bring calm.

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Before protests brought thousands together, data pointed to a possible coronavirus resurgence in Colorado

State health officials say it will take two weeks before they can measure whether the demonstrations led to a surge in new COVID-19 cases