Woman writes on a white board.

KMGH: Reflecting On A Year Of COVID-19

Coloradans from all backgrounds were asked to write down one word that sums up the past year.

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0:39President Joe Biden
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President Biden Signs Voting Rights Executive Order

3:25Area destroyed by riots
Scripps

Minneapolis Community Continues To Rebuild After Summer Riots

3:29George Floyd's Younger Brother, Philonise Floyd
AP

George Floyd's Brother Talks Chauvin's Trial, Police Reform And More

2:56
 

'Now Is The Time': The Voices Of Minneapolis' Change-Makers

2:23
 

Hundreds March In Minneapolis Ahead Of The Trial Of Derek Chauvin

2:23Teen works on a computer
Scripps

Teen Creates A Website To Help People Find COVID Vaccine Appointments

1:37
AP

Pressure Ramps Up On Gov. Cuomo After More Misconduct Allegations

3:07
AP Photo/Evan Vucci

Biden Administration Grapples With Surge Of Migrant Children At Border

1:13
Hennepin County Jail

Jury Selection in Derek Chauvin Trial Starts Monday

1:24Edmund Pettus Bridge
Brynn Anderson / AP

President Biden Signs 'Bloody Sunday' Executive Order To Ease Voting

2:58Alcoholic drinks next to vaccine bottle
KGTV

KGTV: Too Many Drinks May Affect Your Body's Response To The Vaccine

4:34Crews patch a crater along the Sacramento River
Rich Pedroncelli / AP

The Most Vulnerable Levees In The Nation Have A Lot In Common

1:26Man works on a computer.
WPTV

WPTV: Travel Agent Pivots To Stay Afloat Financially

0:51Pope Francis leaves Mar Youssef Church in Baghdad on Saturday.
AP

Pope Francis Meets With Top Iraqi Shiite Leader In Show Of Solidarity

3:20Men work on a construction project.
Scripps

Here's Why So Many Americans Are Relocating To Boise, Idaho

1:38
AP

California Seeks To Reopen Theme Parks, Stadiums as Early as April 1

3:37Floodwaters from the Missouri River flow through a break in a levee, north of Hamburg, Iowa, on May 10, 2019.
Nati Harnik / AP

2019 Floods Exposed Levee System Weaknesses ... Again

2:27Doctor poses for photo inside a hospital
Scripps

Vaccinated Doctor Steps Up To Comfort COVID Patients Suffering Alone

1:54People ride tricycles.
KGTV

KGTV: Tricycle Rides Bring Community Together Safely

3:29
AP Images

Exclusive: DHS Reports Show How Analysts Missed Capitol Riot Warnings

0:21A Dallas police officer patrols an intersection
Tony Gutierrez / The Associated Press

Dallas Officer Arrested on Murder Charges Two Years After Accusation

0:31Lawrence Cherono, left, of Kenya, runs to the finish line to win the 123rd Boston Marathon.
Winslow Townson / The Associated Press

Boston Marathon Awarding 70K Medals

1:07Norah O'Donnell, left, interviews Charlotte Bennett, a former aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Adam Verdugo / CBS News / AP

Former Cuomo Aide Details Alleged Sexual Harassment

0:20Security fencing surrounds Capitol Hill in Washington.
Susan Walsh / AP

QAnon Protesters End Up Being No-Shows In D.C.

2:48Photo of money in an envelope
Scripps

California City's Income Initiative To Fight Poverty Pays Off

0:30Kathy Kratt of Orlando, Fla., displays her Trump flags as she and other protesters demonstrate their support for President Do
J. Scott Applewhite / The Associated Press

Grand Jury Convenes for Investigation Into Trump's Georgia Phone Call

0:31the sun shines above a mural honoring George Floyd
David J. Phillip / AP

Prosecutors Says Officer Was On Floyd's Neck For About 9 Minutes

8:51
 

Birmingham Sunlights Shine Light On Civil Rights Legacy

3:50Mural of George Floyd
Scripps

Minneapolis Residents Reflect On George Floyd's Death

2:1412-year-old transgender swimmer sits by the pool
AP / Rick Bowmer

State Lawmakers Push To Ban Trans Athletes From Girls' Sports