Firefighters' Annual 'Fill The Boot' Campaign 'Kicks' Off To Fight MSColorado firefighters need help with their annual Fill the Boot campaign that benefits children and adults with muscular dystrophy.
Woman Hit by Foul Ball Hopes New Implant Helps Her SleepA woman from Highlands Ranch is scheduled to get a device implanted to help her breathe at night.
Studies Show Results Of Legal Pot In ColoradoThe Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area wants you to read their latest report about the impact of legal weed since 2013. So you know, they're the feds.
The Legalization Of Marijuana In Colorado: The Impact (Vol. 4)This report is based on available, reliable data and information from a variety of credible sources, according to the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.
Chipotle Offers Freebies In SeptemberChipotle is offering freebies to families and students next month.
Using 'Loophole,' Fast-Acting Thief Steals Thousands From WomanColleen Ingham thought having her wallet in a diaper bag stolen in the parking lot of her child's day care was the worst thing that would happen, but when her bank accounts were frozen and she was missing $2,000 she decided to find out what happened.
Colorado's Heroin, Opioid Problem Gets Help From The Federal GovernmentColorado is set to get hundreds of thousands of dollars from the federal government to fight the heroin and the opioid epidemic.
'I'm Going To Fight As Hard As I Can': Officer Adsit Returns To WorkDenver police officer John Adsit will return to work Wednesday morning for the first time since a near-life ending accident nearly two years ago.
Cancer Patients Find Hope At Sarah Cannon Research InstituteCancer patients, who have exhausted standard treatments, have found promising new therapies in Colorado. In 18 months, the Sarah Cannon Research Institute at Health One has run 32 clinical trials.
Funding For Aurora Shooting Victim Memorial Suddenly Reaches Its GoalThe fundraising goal for the Aurora theater shooting memorial has suddenly and unexpectedly been met after a church led an ambitious donation pledge.
Volunteer Opportunity To Clean Alleys, Build CommunityExtreme Community Makeover unites resident of Denver neighborhoods with volunteers to accomplish community projects.
Man In Motorcycle Gear Robs US Bank, Runs Away On FootThe FBI is searching for a bank robber who was wearing motorcycle gear but then ran away from the bank with the cash on Tuesday morning.
Officer Adsit Set To Return To Duty After 18 SurgeriesDenver police officer John Adsit is returning to work Wednesday for the first time since a near-life ending accident.
Winter Park Express Tickets Go On Sale Tuesday MorningSkiers and boarders need to act sooner than they might think if they want to beat the traffic this season.
Hospice Program Cares & Prepares For Death Of An Ill ChildThere is hospice care for adults who are dying, but how do you help a child with a terminal illness? How do you ease the stress on the family? The Butterfly Program in Denver is designed to do both.
Toddler's Father In Crash To Police: 'I Was Trying To Kill My Son'A father in Arapahoe County has been accused of trying to kill his own child by getting into a car wreck.
Woman In Wig, Glasses Robs 1stBankThe FBI continues to search for a woman who was wearing a disguise when she robbed a bank in Denver last week.
Feedback Needed From Hunters, Anglers On Fee HikesColorado Parks and Wildlife wants to hear from hunters and anglers about how the organization can make some budget cuts without compromising the outdoor experience.
Electric Buses Coming To 16th Street MallSay your goodbyes to the old shuttle buses on the 16th Street Mall.
For The First Time In 130 Years, Elephants Missing From CircusFor more than 130 years, elephants have been a part of the Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus. But not anymore.
Mosquito Spraying Scheduled In Larimer CountyCrews will begin spraying for mosquitoes that carry the West Nile virus in Larimer County on Sunday evening.
Foster Care Youth Hear From Nationally Renown AdvocateNationally renown youth advocate, Josh Shipp brought his message of empowerment to foster care teens in Colorado.
Woman Arrested, Accused Of Illegally Collecting Public AssistanceA woman has been arrested and accused of fraudulently using public assistance benefits.
Smashed Windows, Purses Stolen From Vehicles At Rocky Mountain National ParkTwo vehicles were broken into while parked at Rocky Mountain National Park last weekend. Now park rangers hope someone saw the suspects.
Driver Arrested In Hit & Run That Injured BicyclistPolice in Fort Collins have arrested the suspected driver in a hit-and-run that left a bicyclist injured.
'Washed Ashore' Makes Maiden Voyage To Denver ZooA new traveling exhibit, "Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea," is coming to the Denver Zoo.
Which National Parks Are Free In Colorado This WeekendThe National Park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday with a gift to you.
Couple Makes Fighting Child Prostitution A Lifelong GoalChildren as young as 11 years old are being removed from Asian brothels through undercover work by a Colorado-based organization.
Ski Train To Winter Park Returns Next YearIt’s still summer but a new train set to run from Union Station to Winter Park next year has some skiers already thinking about hitting the slopes.
Attempted Kidnapping Suspect Told Child 'Come With Me'The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office has released a sketch of an attempted kidnapping suspect wanted for trying to lure a little girl away from her yard.

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