Racism Declared A Public Health Emergency, Senate Shakeup, 11-Worth Closes and More Top Local News for Thursday, June 18

Thursday, June 18 • 18 Days Under New DHM • 4 Days until Phase III

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Today we have stories about 11-Worth Cafe closing “for good” after protesters targeted the popular breakfast spot, state Democrats eyeing new potential U.S. Senator candidates while their current one refuses to step down and the Douglas County Board of Health declaring racism a public health emergency.

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