Top Denver news: Authorities searching for Columbine-obsessed woman, area schools on lockout

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Colorado authorities searching for Columbine-obsessed woman who threatened Denver schools

All Denver metropolitan-area schools were placed on lockout in response to the threats.

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Sesame Street road trip to make a stop in Denver this summer

Big Bird, Elmo and stars of "Sesame Street" are leaving their quiet neighborhood and embarking on a road trip that will include a stop in Colorado.

Read the full story on CBS Denver.

A young strike captain wants to unseat the longtime president of the Denver teachers union

Henry Roman has been president of the Denver Classroom Teachers Association for 10 years.

Read the full story on Denverite.

Denver voters can get issue, candidate information online this year

Voters in Denver can expect to find their ballots for next month's election in their mailboxes this week. Some big issues on the ballot include mayor, city council and two initiatives.

Read the full story on CBS Denver.

Kiszla: Dude, where’s Makar? Right here in Denver, making NHL playoff history in 6-2 Avs win.

Never seen anything like Cale Makar? You’re not alone. Neither has Claire Elston, who sat on her mother’s lap in the last row of the Pepsi Center on a Monday night that felt as fresh and exciting as a new golden age for Avalanche hockey.

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