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Five takeaways from races in Colorado, Illinois, New York and more
Abortion · New York

Five takeaways from races in Colorado, Illinois, New York and more

68% Center coverage: 44 sources
Colorado, Illinois, New York, Oklahoma and Utah held primary elections Tuesday. Mississippi and South Carolina held runoff elections. Nebraska held a special election to replace former Rep. Jeff Fortenberry, which was won by Republican Mike Flood. In Illinois, GOP voters sided with Trump, choosing a conservative state senator he had endorsed. A rare Republican who supports abortion rights found success in Colorado. New York's first female governor positioned herself to become a major voice in the post-Roe landscape. Democrats helped boost a Republican gubernatorial candidate loyal to former President Donald Trump.See the Story
Lauren Boebert wins Colorado primary as other House incumbents face off
US & Canada · Denver

Lauren Boebert wins Colorado primary as other House incumbents face off

44% Left coverage: 25 sources
Rep. Lauren Boebert was named the Republican winner in the U.S. House District 3 primary on Tuesday, beating State Sen. Don Coram. Boebert is the owner of a gun-themed restaurant in Rifle and parlayed her support of the 2nd amendment and a Trump-like social media presence into a successful run for Congress.See the Story
Republican hardliners fall short in Colorado primary election
US & Canada · Denver

Republican hardliners fall short in Colorado primary election

50% Center coverage: 20 sources
Heidi Ganahl won the Republican gubernatorial nomination in Colorado on Tuesday night. Ganahl, a University of Colorado regent and the only Republican who holds statewide office, had 53% of the vote compared to 47% for former Parker Mayor Greg Lopez as of 8 p.m. She will face Democratic Gov. Jared Polis in November.See the Story

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International · Ukraine

NATO officials say plan to boost high response force to 300,000 'still a work in progress'

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
NATO military officials said Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg's announcement earlier this week that 300,000 troops would be placed on high alert across the alliance is something the alliance will work on going forward. The initial announcement appeared to be a seven-fold increase from the 40,000 NATO currently has on highalert.See the Story
Walmart · Colorado Springs

Man arrested for falsely reporting shooting at Walmart

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
The Fountain Walmart was evacuated due to a report of an active shooter. After officers arrived on scene, they determined there was no active shooter at the Walmart. Officers were able to identify and locate the suspect, 27-year-old Christian Elenga, and placed him into custody. He will be charged with false reporting and possibly several other charges.See the Story
NATO · Colorado Springs

“Russia is the most important threat” and other conclusions of NATO's new 2022 Strategic Concept

Coverage: 2 sources
Germán Padinger(CNN Español) — “Rusia es la amenaza más importante y directa para la seguridad”, dice la OTAN, sin atenuantes, en su nuevo Concepto Estratégico —el documento que define el rol de la alianza en la próxima década— aprobado el miércoles en la cumbre de Madrid.See the Story
Abortion · Colorado Springs

Sheboygan County DA becomes 1st in Wisconsin to say he will prosecute doctors accused of performing abortions

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Sheboygan County District Attorney Joel Urmanski says he will prosecute abortion providers if there's an alleged violation against Wisconsin's 1849 abortion ban. It comes as dozens of prosecutors across the country are pledging to not press charges in wake of Friday's U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.See the Story
Colorado Springs · Colorado Springs

K9 Britta soon to receive very own bulletproof vest

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The Colorado Springs Police Department's K9 Britta will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation. Vested Interest in K9s, Inc., established in 2009, is a 501(c)(3) charity with the mission of providing bullet and stabbed vests to dogs of law enforcement and related agencies.See the Story
Denver, Colorado · Denver

Denver PrideFest breaks attendance record, raises $1M+

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Denver PrideFest already draws big crowds as the third largest pride festival in the nation. An estimated 125,000 people attended the Coors Light Denver Pride Parade. Denver7, a proud sponsor of Denver PrideFest 2022 celebrates People of Pride. A special half hour program featuring people making life better and more meaningful in the LGBTQ+ community.See the Story
Boulder, Colorado · Boulder

CU Boulder names acting dean of engineering school to permanent position

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Keith Molenaar will have the interim tag lifted from his title effective Friday. He was appointed as the acting dean in early 2020 after Bobby Braun departed for NASA. He worked his way up through the ranks, becoming the associate dean for graduate programs before he took on the role of acting dean.See the Story
Colorado Springs · Colorado Springs

CMZoo’s baby giraffe will reloacte to the Denver Zoo

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
21-month-old giraffe, BB, will soon be relocated to the Denver Zoo. Guests will have the chance to see her at CMZoo through the Fourth of July holiday weekend. The move is in support of the Giraffe Species Survival Plan (SSP)See the Story

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