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Past articles by Mark:

Lawsuit alleges Parker diverting funds away from South Metro Fire

South Metro fire leaders believe the Town of Parker wrongly diverted money away from fire protection in favor of economic development. → Read More

Highway 34 re-opens to Estes Park; business owners welcome more visitors

Highway 34 is back open and business owners couldn't be more thrilled. → Read More

Highway 34 reopens after six-month closure following flood damage

Crews are moving out of the way for visitor traffic to flow on Highway 34 between Loveland and Estes Park this summer. → Read More

Hospital leaders create fund to help employees with hail damaged vehicles

A fund has been established with donations to help low income employees with hail damage repair from May 2017 hail storm. → Read More

Arturo Hernandez witnesses dream come true; daughter graduates high school

A man once detained by ICE and granted a two-year deportation stay got to see his daughter graduate high school in person. → Read More

Animal experts question euthanizaton of lions and bears in Elbert County

Former Elbert County animal sanctuary blames commissioners for the animals euthanization. → Read More

11 big animals euthanized as relocation denied for Elbert County animal sanctuary

"I'm just really surprised that they did that," Craig said of the Lion's Gate official's decision to euthanize the animals. → Read More

Suit claims Elbert County, commissioners spied on employee's computer, made false claims

Elbert County and its county commissioners face a federal lawsuit alleging they spied on the county’s director of community development and planning’s every move over a several months last year. → Read More

Homeless students counted in first-of-its-kind survey at Metro State

Metro State studies amount of homeless students in effort to better provide resources to help them. → Read More

Texas woman reported missing in Colorado; Police open case to find her

A missing woman from Texas is now garnering the attention of Greenwood Village Police as they try to find her. → Read More

Scammers pose as Jefferson County man, offers fake job to Florida woman

Scammers target man, steal his information and use it to scam other people around the country. → Read More

Woman racing the clock to try to extend family with deceased boyfriend

A Highlands Ranch woman is struggling to find someone to help her preserve sperm from her deceased boyfriend. → Read More

Legal battle may prevent a dead man's wishes from being fulfilled

The lack of proper legal end of life documents may prevent a family from forming after man's death → Read More

Documents show Fort Collins mosque vandalism suspect confessed to the crimes

Documents obtained by Denver7 show Joseph Giaquinto confessed to vandalizing the Islamic Center of Fort Collins Sunday morning. → Read More

Denver mother claims son was left alone on playground after school

Denver mother claims child was left alone after school on the playground, while school disputes claim and defends it's protocol. → Read More

Suspended Broncos season ticket holder says he can prove he attended games last year

The Broncos are weeding out season ticket holders who sell all of their games to brokers and never intend to go to games. → Read More

CDOT reports express toll lanes on track with fiscal projections

Tens of millions of drivers are using the express toll lanes and more are using them from a year ago said C-DOT. → Read More

National Lymphedema Day has patients raising awareness at state capitol

National Lymphedema Day brings patients to the Capitol to raise awareness for a disease that impacts 10 million Americans. → Read More

Denver school students ask RTD for more free passes to get to class

Some Denver Public School students are asking the city of Denver and RTD for help providing more affordable options for bus passes. → Read More

Federal officials say illegal dumping may be cause of waterfowl deaths in Lakewood

Federal agents investigate possibility of illegal dumping of commercial grade cooking oil into Lakewood retention pond. → Read More