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One in 8 Americans lives in a community that has lost its local public health department leader during the pandemic.

181 public health employees, including at least 14 in Colorado, have left jobs as the typically invisible army charged with preventing the spread of infectious diseases has become a public punching bag.

PHOTOS: Coloradans react to Joe Biden winning the presidency

Joe Biden supporters across Colorado breathe sigh of relief, celebrate after presidential race is called

At the Colorado Capitol, dozens gathered to celebrate the Democratic victory. Donald Trump supporters were there, too, questioning the results

Opinion: Denver’s protest shooting a superspreader of online misinformation

Opinion: I’m worried about what we’ll do after the election. Can we get along?

History Colorado unveils the toppled Union soldier statue with an exhibit that seeks to tell its story. Its whole story.

The still-scarred piece may be the first attempt in the U.S. to examine controversial monuments by displaying them in the context of divergent interpretations.

Silverman: October will be full of surprises. And not the happy kind.

Shooting amid Denver protests leaves man dead; 9News security guard detained as suspect

Videos taken at the scene just outside of the Denver Art Museum showed a confrontation in a crowd of people followed by a single gunshot being fired

Opinion: I didn’t make “Denver in Decay” to save the city. I want to wake people up.

Denver police investigate allegation that officer used baton to sexually assault protester

Denver police spokesperson Jay Casillas confirmed the department is conducting an internal investigation of the allegation and declined further comment because it is ongoing

Nicolais: Clowns to the left, jokers to right, Michael Hancock in the middle continuing to govern

Between constant attacks from people like Candi CdeBaca and Steffan Tubbs, Mayor Michael Hancock has dealt with a pandemic and protests with aplomb

Carman: Now you’ve done it. Mom is mad and you’re in big trouble.

What’d I Miss?: When vehicles (and ideas) lose traction

Colorado health officials probe sedative given before death of Elijah McClain

The inquiry is the latest in a series of new reviews of the case of Elijah McClain that has received renewed attention as part of protests over police brutality and racial injustice

Littwin: They didn’t arrest the driver who sped through Aurora protesters, but they did arrest the guy who shot at the Jeep

No one, by the way, is happier than Trump when mostly peaceful protests turn violent. It’s his campaign strategy. That’s why he’s sending more U.S. marshals/border patrol agents/secret police to Portland.

Wilson: Kudos to Gov. Polis. Federal intervention has no place in Colorado.

Police are investigating after car drives through crowd and protesters are shot in Aurora

Police said a protester fired a weapon, striking at least one person who was taken to a hospital in stable condition.

Littwin: Baseball returns, but not like we’ve seen it before, with Black Lives Matter a big focus

The NBA, MLB, even the NFL can read the polls and know that they have to ally themselves with their players, with Black Lives Matter and the protests. The White House must be reading different polls.

What’d I Miss?: “What if this happens in Denver?”

Littwin: As feds sweep Portland streets, there’s no reason to think Denver couldn’t be next

For Trump, this is probably no more than an attempt to revive his fading re-election hopes. But in reality, sending in unwanted and unneeded and unmarked federal agents is so much worse than that.

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