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Aurora Now - April 28, 2021

A change coming to Council - one of our members is stepping down. Plus, Tri-County Health explains what the local COVID precautions mean for Aurora; there's still time for Aurora families to get money back from Uncle Sam, we'll show you how and why now may be one of the best times to adopt from the Aurora Animal Shelter. Those stories and more this week on Aurora Now.

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Ward II Council Member Nicole Johnston Resigns

Tri-County Health Explains Localization of COVID Restrictions & What it Means for Aurora

Visit the City's COVID-19 Resources Page

AMC Public Vaccination Clinic

STRIDE Community Health Works on Providing

Vaccinations & Healthcare to Aurora's Most Vulnerable

May is Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month #StopAsianHate #OneAurora Town Center at Aurora Event

7/20 Foundation Delivers Paper Crane Wreath to Asian Organization in Atlanta 

Learn about the Aurora Police Department's Victims Advocates

APD Now Offers an Exchange Zone

Teens Encouraged to Sign Up for the Global Youth Teen Police Academy

Aurora Parks & Rec Announces New E-Sports Program

Aurora Central is Getting a New Baseball & Softball Complex Thanks to a $10 Million Donation

Watch the Virtual Business Recognition Awards on AuroraTV

University of Colorado A Line Celebrates 5th Anniversary

Get Cash Back from Uncle Sam Through the EITC

PSA #1 #StopAsianHate #OneAurora

AuroraTV Anchor Talks about Adopting Her Pups from the Aurora Animal Shelter

CNN Profiles Study on CCSD's Successful Later Start Times

Techno Rescue Hosting Another E-cycle Event 

Last Chance to Take Part in the "Mayor's Conservation Challenge"

Win the Best Yard on the Block from Aurora Water

Dine Around the World at, "Eat on Havana Street"

"Lindita's Kitchen" Makes Carne Guisada

Join the Aurora Singers for a Free, Virtual Concert

Aurora Turns 130!

Show Closer/More of Pianist Laura Jo Trexler

AuroraTV Staff