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Past articles by Lance:

Rapid rise in temps could portend long, drawn out wildland fire season in Colorado

The high wildland fire danger is expected to climb even higher as temperatures heat up and abundant grasses start drying out. → Read More

Tubing restrictions to remain in place on Clear Creek until flow drops steadily below 800 cfs

Park rangers are patrolling Clear Creek in Golden to let recreators know about tubing restrictions related to dangerously high water → Read More

Retired ADCO firefighter battling COVID, high fever; family asking for prayers

As we rebound from Coronavirus, hundreds of people are still fighting for their lives in Colorado hospitals. → Read More

EPA and CPW assessing fish kill, other impacts after truck crash and fuel spill near Lyons

Officials with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Colorado Parks and Wildlife said they are continuing to monitor several miles of North St. Vrain Creek for fish kill after a gasoline truck crashed and spilled thousands of gallons of fuel along the roadway and into the creek on Tuesday. → Read More

Notes warning of 'historically high' gas bills posted on front doors at Bell Cherry Hills

More Coloradans are getting socked with extra-high gas bills because of the February deep freeze in Texas. → Read More

Denver7 viewers open hearts to officer whose SUV was stolen during cancer treatment

The Scripps Howard Foundation and Denver7 Gives present $2,000 check to Port of Entry officer whose car was stolen during cancer treatment. → Read More

Scammers targeted licensed counselors, therapists using Wells Fargo ATM 'access code' system

A Contact Denver7 warning about scammers targeting professional counselors and therapists in Colorado, and across the country. → Read More

Westwood microbusinesses join collective to maintain dream, thrive during pandemic

There is strength in numbers. Members of Rise Westwood Collective can attest to that. → Read More

Denver mom sues Saguache County, alleging deputies ignored son's suicidal comments

A Denver woman has filed a federal lawsuit alleging negligence in the Nov. 16, 2019 death of her son at the Saguache County Jail → Read More

Colorado COVID anniversary brings back memories of loved ones lost

As we mark the anniversary of the first diagnosis of COVID-19 in Colorado, families across the state are remembering loved ones lost to the disease. → Read More

Aurora police seek help with street racing; Council contemplating ordinance allowing vehicle seizure

Police departments along the Front Range are asking for new tools to battle street racers. → Read More

Breckenridge to hire security guards to enforce mask mandates during Spring Break

The Breckenridge Town Council is taking steps to protect frontline workers during spring break. → Read More

Carcasses in alleged animal abuse case in Weld County to be tested for disease

A new investigation is underway into disturbing allegations of animal abuse in Weld County. → Read More

Thieves capitalizing on precious metals cause 1,600% jump in catalytic converter thefts

Imagine going out to start your normally quiet car, only to find it now sounds like a souped-up motorcycle. That's the first clue many people have that their catalytic converter has been stolen. → Read More

Volunteers scramble to help ensure tent residents survive bitter cold

Old man winter is taking a toll on furnaces, water pipes and cars, but the misery that results pales in comparison to that experienced by those living outdoors. → Read More

Boulder County Health warns about another batch of fentanyl-tainted drugs being sold on the street

Boulder County Health officials are warning about another batch of bad drugs making their way onto the streets of Colorado. → Read More

Students question handling of Black History Month lesson at Creighton Middle School

Several parents are up in arms about a Black History Month lesson they say was inappropriate. → Read More

"My family is gone. I have nobody": Denver man mourns wife, daughter killed in firetruck crash

Benjamin Hendry's life has changed forever. "My family is gone man," he said. " I have nobody." → Read More

Jeffco Schools giving $1.4 million upgrade to district buses to catch bad drivers and bullies

Bad drivers take notice and bullies, too. You're being watched with new high definition cameras. → Read More

Family and friends gather to honor Westminster hit & run victim with candle light vigil

More than two dozen family members and friends gathered in Westminster Saturday, to honor a hit and run victim, who was struck and killed Tuesday night. → Read More