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  1. Sick horses at auction house anger horse rescues

    Sick horses at auction house anger horse rescues

    The images alone were enough to make Contact7 take action. Photo after photo of horses sick with a contagious disease and yet somehow allowed with other animals ready for auction. What might shock you is that everything seen is perfectly legal. Whitney Applegate works hard looking after hundreds of acres of land and all her cows, sheep, a goat and even a donkey but she has a soft spot for her 22 horses.

  2. Politics 360: Jared Polis and Walker Stapleton

    Politics 360: Jared Polis and Walker Stapleton

    In this Denver7 political 360, we asked the same questions of both Polis and Stapleton to show where the two agree and where they split on various issues in the race to be the next governor.

  3. My son Luke: A story of heartbreak and resolve

    My son Luke: A story of heartbreak and resolve

    Seventeen days. It only took seventeen days for a perfectly healthy little boy to go from his first symptoms of illness to his life taken by an aggressive and rare form of cancer. Now his mom is fighting for her son's legacy by fighting for a cure.

  4. Moving company charges veteran 3X estimate

    Moving company charges veteran 3X estimate

    A disabled Aurora veteran thought a moving company was giving her a discount, but New-York-based Gold Star Moving ended up charging triple the original estimate. So, Sonya Thomas reached out to Contact7's Jaclyn Allen for help.

  5. Red bagged meters limit parking on Market St.

    Red bagged meters limit parking on Market St.

    Curbing crime in Downtown Denver is coming with a cost to other shops that rely on daytime business during the weekends.

  6. Amendment 74: How other states tackled the issue

    Amendment 74: How other states tackled the issue

    The proposed amendment would add eleven words to Colorado's constitution: "reduced in fair market value by government law or regulation."