Top Denver news: Voting app vulnerable to hacking: MIT researchers; search goes on for Stauch; more

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Hackers could alter ballots in widely used voting app, MIT researchers say

An internet voting app that has been used in pilots in West Virginia, Denver, Oregon and Utah has vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to change a person's vote without detection, according to researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Search teams return to DougCo in search for Gannon Stauch

More than 80 people were involved in the search near Highway 105 between Palmer Lake and Larkspur.

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Denver City Council considering further ban of plastic (straws!), polystyrene

Kendra Black is leading the charge.

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CDOT Valentine's Day campaign takes aim at driving high

"Roses are red, violets are blue, I promise to never drive high, so I can always come home to you," the valentine from CDOT reads.

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