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Three Things You Need to Know on February 21st

As this story continues to develop, we seem to know less and less. Empire actor Jussie Smollett is under arrest for allegedly filing a false police report. The Chicago Police Department confirmed this morning that Smollett is in the custody of detectives. He'd claimed he was the victim of a hate-...
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Three Things You Need to Know on February 12th

Teachers at Denver Public Schools are on strike for the second day, but the union is expected to return to the bargaining table today. Teachers went on strike over better pay yesterday. The union went ahead with the work stoppage after talks broke down over the weekend. Today's negotiations start...
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Three Things You Need to Know on February 11th

Denver Public Schools teachers will be on the picket lines today, in the district's first strike in more than two decades. The union walked out of talks over the weekend after another offer from the district. Talks between the two sides could resume as soon as tomorrow. The City of Denver is...
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Three Things You Need to Know on February 8th

House and Senate negotiators are still working to reach a deal on border security and avoid another government shutdown. Democratic and Republican lawmakers have until one week from today to get a deal President Trump will sign so one-fourth of the government doesn't run out of money. Democrats and...
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Three Things You Need to Know on February 7th

Yesterday's snow may have stopped, but we're still in for a cold and wintery day today. CDOT had plows out most of yesterday pre-treating and clearing the pavement, but roads are still slick and icy in some spots. The National Weather Service has a forecast high for today in the upper teens. Jeffco...
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Three Things You Need to Know on January 28th

Hundreds of thousands of federal workers who have been working without pay or were stuck at home during the partial government shutdown are going back to work, with pay, today. The longest shutdown in U.S. history ended Friday when President Trump signed a short-term funding measure. Trump has said...
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Three Things You Need to Know on January 16th

British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a no-confidence vote in Parliament today, the day after her plan for Brexit was overwhelmingly defeated. If May wins the vote, she'll have to come up with another plan for the UK to leave the European Union. If she loses, Parliament will have just two weeks...
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Three Things You Need to Know on August 20th

One of the first women to accuse movie executive Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault is facing her own sexual assault accuser. The New York Times says Italian actress and director Asia Argento agreed in October to pay 380-thousand dollars to actor Jimmy Bennett. Bennett claimed Argento assaulted him...
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