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Top Denver news: Virus testing to amp up for those experiencing homelessness; ex-Bronco booked; more

Top Denver news: Virus testing to amp up for those experiencing homelessness; ex-Bronco booked; more
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By Hoodline - Published on May 19, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Denver.

Coronavirus testing to step up among people experiencing homelessness

More testing will mean a need for more places for people without homes to recover from the coronavirus.

Read the full story on Denverite.

Inmate accused of assaulting 7 deputies at Denver jail

The inmate was being brought into custody and had to be restrained in the intake area, according to the Denver Sheriff's Department.

Read the full story on 9NEWS.

Former Broncos receiver arrested on 5 counts following alleged poker game argument

Cody Latimer's attorney said the altercation, which began during a poker game, involved allegations of sexual assault on a 4-year-old.

Read the full story on 9NEWS.

Van that transports dogs in need from Four Corners to Front Range vandalized

Soul Dog Rescue says it is stranded after suspected vandals left their animal transport van trashed.

Read the full story on KDVR.

Denver King Soopers employee dies of COVID-19 after working at Capitol Hill store with 12 cases, union says

A second King Soopers worker has died of COVID-19, and his Denver store has had about 12 cases of the virus, union officials said Monday.

Read the full story on Denver Post.


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