‘Weld It Forward’ Contest Sparks Inspiration For Students To Help One Of Their OwnStudents and teachers at Pickens Technical College entered the Weld It Forward contest, taking on a personal project to build a proper ramp for one of their own.
Colorado Graduate Plays In 'Hamilton'For one member of the "Hamilton" cast, a local theater program set the stage for his entire career. 
City Health Department Offers Free Rabies Vaccines To DogsThe Denver Animal Shelter is giving out free rabies vaccinations after a warning that was sent out by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.
'It's Not Something We Do': Warning About Paramedic FraudsDenver Health is warning residents to be on alert to a new telephone scam involving a caller who claims to be a paramedic.
Ancient Manuscripts, Artifacts On Display In Dead Sea Scrolls ExhibitThe Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit will open Friday at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. It's the regional premiere.
Future Uncertain For Pikes Peak Cog RailwayThe future of the Pikes Peak Cog Railway may go off the rails.
4 Mountain Lions Cross Woman's Backyard: 'I'm A Little Worried'In Colorado, spotting a wild animal in your neighborhood is far from unusual.
Indoor Skier Raises $3,000 To Help Colorado ChildrenOne man's goal to ski for an hour went well beyond that.
Arson Suspect Points Gun At Camera, Sets Patio Furniture On FireTwo men were captured on surveillance video setting fire to patio furniture, then shooting the flames with a gun.
Columbine High School Students: 'Why Does This Keep Happening?'Hundreds of students at Columbine High School took part in Wednesday's nationwide walkout movement.
Denver-Based Travel Site Aims To Help Teachers, First RespondersA travel website specializing in discount deals is offering its premium service to teachers, first responders and employees of nonprofits.
Parents Say Student Walkouts Are Teaching OpportunityThe parents of a group of students at McAuliffe International School say student walkouts should be a teaching opportunity.
Man Skies Vertical Rise Of Mt. Everest To Help ChildrenA Colorado professional skier continuously skied the vertical rise of Mount Everest on Tuesday night.
Public Comment Scheduled For Controversial Parking GarageIf you want to get local residents talking, just ask them about parking in Breckenridge.
8 Buildings Near Construction Fire Remain Off LimitsEight buildings around the construction fire in north Capitol Hill that left two dead and six injured, remain off limits nearly one week after the fire.
Travel Site Helps Teachers & First Responders Take VacationsThe Denver-based travel site Just Get Out Of Town helps people find deals on vacations.
Official Opening Date For Colorado's First Shake Shack AnnouncedColorado's first Shake Shack now has a concrete opening date.
Visit The Rainforest, Desert, Depth Of Seas Without Leaving Colorado!Get ready to take a tour around the world without ever leaving Colorado.
Nonprofit Works To Make Sure Leftover Food Doesn't Get WastedAlmost half of the food produced in the country is thrown away, a statistic that motivates nonprofits like We Don't Waste.
CSU Veterinarians Study Acupuncture In DogsAcupuncture has been around a long time, now CSU veterinarians are looking at whether it’s an effective treatment for dogs with arthritis.
Can Students Be Punished For Joining Walkouts?The walkout is set to begin at 10 a.m. and last for 17 minutes -- a minute for each life lost in the Parkland school shooting.
MS Activists Ask Lawmakers To Consider Tax CreditMS activists asked state lawmakers to support a home re-modification tax credit for some patients who can still live independently.
Future Over Growth At Garden Of The Gods Open For Public DebateThe City of Colorado Springs is hearing from the public about how to best cope with the growing crowds at Garden of the Gods.
Police Catch 'Dangerous Man' On CU Boulder CampusUniversity of Colorado at Boulder police say they were looking for a "dangerous man" who was once inside Caruthers Biotech.
Family Asks For Help After Man Suffers 2nd & 3rd Degree BurnsThe owner of a Lakewood home is in the Intensive Care Unit at UCHealth in Denver after he was unable to exit his burning home under his own power.
Brush Fire Near Homes Quickly Knocked DownFirefighters in Fremont County responded to a brush fire on Tepley Trail in Penrose on Sunday.
Growing Wildfire Extends To 2 More States Including ColoradoA fire has burned more than 23,000 acres in northern New Mexico; more than 9,000 acres of that total so far has crossed over into Colorado.
Oldest Operating Ski Area Wraps Up Ski Free Sunday'sAll good things must come to an end, and Sunday that meant the last Ski Free Day for the season at Howelsen Hill Ski Area in Steamboat Springs.
Colorado High School Senior Plans Alternative To School WalkoutsA senior at Golden High School in Jefferson County thinks there's a better alternative to student walkouts.
'We Need Everyone': Fire Experts Plead To Public's Help In MitigationMarch is supposed to be Colorado's snowiest month, but more than a week in and we're still very dry.