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Debbie's Deals: See a museum free on Saturday on Smithsonian Magazine's Museum Day — DENVER - More than 30 museums across Colorado are offering free admission this Saturday -- September 27 -- for Smithsonian Magazine's Museum Day. What's the catch? You can only pick one museum to get free tickets to and you have to fill out a form ahead of time and print the ticket.

Florida man admits killing family in chilling 911 call — GAINESVILLE, Fla. - With an edgy yet calm voice, Donald Spirit told a 911 dispatcher he had just killed his six grandchildren, including a baby, and would wait until authorities arrived before going to his back porch and killing himself. "Yes, ma'am. I just shot my daughter and shot all my grandkids.

Student walk-outs possible at Pomona, Arvada West and Ralston Valley high schools Tuesday — JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. - Another round of student protests is expected in Jefferson County Tuesday. Students at Pomona, Arvada West and Ralston Valley high schools have been talking online about walkouts. The dispute is over an effort to review how classes like Advanced Placement U.S. History are taught.
Sep 23, 2014

RT @DenverChannel: ATTENTION PARENTS: Student walk-outs possible at Pomona, Arvada West and Ralston Valley high schools today -

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19-mile Uber ride to Pepsi Center for Elton John concert cost Parker mom $106; ride home cost $443 — DENVER - A Parker mom was in sticker shock when she found out her Uber ride from Pepsi Center back to Parker cost $443. Tracy Reed used Uber -- the transportation service that allows someone to request a car in the area via an app -- to get five people from her Parker home to the Elton John concert at Pepsi Center on Saturday night.
Sep 23, 2014

RT @LyallMercer: Uber supports ridiculous surge pricing - $443 for 19 mile trip. That's why taxi regulation is vital…

Sep 23, 2014

19-mile @Uber ride cost a Parker mom $106 - and the ride home cost $443! Uber calls it 'surge pricing.' Read more:

Riot Fest neighbors say weekend music festival at Sports Authority Field was too loud, too late — DENVER - The three-day rock music festival, Riot Fest, made its debut in Denver this weekend, and neighbors of Sports Authority Field say they are thankful it's over. The event, held in the parking lot of the stadium, lasted until 11 p.m. each night.
Sep 23, 2014

SURPRISE! #RiotFest neighbors say the weekend music festival was too loud -