Patrick Hosokawa, left, of Aurora, sorts food with his University of Colorado Anschutz Campus colleague Laura Helmkamp, right, of Denver, as they volunteer at the Food Bank of the Rockies warehouse on March 12, 2020, in Denver. Concerns about the new coronavirus have reduced the number of volunteers statewide, prompting a restructuring of the networks that deliver food to the needy. (Andy Colwell, Special to The Colorado Sun)

At a time they’re needed most, Colorado food banks brace for fewer volunteers, shutdown of smaller pantries amid coronavirus fears

Many pantries are likely to suspend operations — some already have — as measures to thwart COVID-19 keep people home, or at least away from crowds

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Aurora police apologize after girls handcuffed in stolen car mixup

Jennifer Wurtz, who shot a video of the encounter, said on camera that the police drew guns as they initially approached the car

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“A feeling of empowerment and freedom”: It’s become common for women to accompany a hiking tale with a shirtless photo

As the captions say, these photos can be frivolous and fun. They also often document some of the most powerful seconds of a woman’s life.