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Bear Activity Closes Waterton Canyon
Increased bear activity has closed a popular canyon in the foothills west of the Denver metro area.
Major Road Closures Surround Implosion Site
Crews are preparing for the demolition of a big building on the former CU Hospital Complex that will impact traffic on Saturday.
Attempted Kidnapping Suspect Arrested, Accused Of Approaching 2 Girls
A man suspected of approaching two girls and grabbing one of them by the arm early Friday morning has been arrested on allegations of kidnapping charges.
Deputies Believe Attempted Sex Assault Suspect Has More Victims
Investigators with the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office have arrested an attempted sexual assault suspect but believe there may be more victims based on the suspect's behavior.
Hanging Lake Trail: It's 'Possible To Love A Place To Death'
A popular hiking trail in Glenwood Springs is getting a little too popular. The U.S. Forest Service visitors to the Hanging Lake Trail so far this year has increased by 20 percent over last year... with several weeks left of the outdoor recreation...
Huge Bee Hive To Be Removed From Church Attic
A huge bee hive with tens of thousands of bees and several gallons of honey was discovered in the attic of a church in Boulder after a music group noticed bees showing up at their rehearsal.
'Terracotta Warriors 3-D' Combines Electronics, Ancient Chinese Music, History And Dance
It's a show unlike anything you've ever seen-- state-of-the-art electronics combined with ancient Chinese music, history and dance make up this unique stage production.
Karis Community Hosts Day of Service Volunteers
Volunteers are needed on Day of Service to paint a fence at a residential treatment community.
Kidnapping Suspect Ordered Teen To 'Shut Up And Drive'
Authorities along the Front Range are searching for a kidnapping suspect who told a 16-year-old to "Shut up and drive" him from Jefferson County to Pueblo.
Colorado Student Takes Search For Love Global
The search for love has often been limited by location, now one millennial is going global as he looks for a soulmate.
New Colorado QuitLine Customized For Native American Smokers
According to the CDC, cigarette smoking is more common among American Indians than any other racial and ethnic group in the U.S. And research indicates American Indians have a tougher time quitting than other smokers.
Cyclist Killed On Lookout Mountain By Suspected Drunk Driver Leaves Behind Wife, Son
A GoFundMe page has been set up to help the family of man who was killed by a suspected drunk driver on Lookout Mountain last Friday.
Tuesday Is A Free Day At National Parks In Colorado
To celebrate the 99th birthday of the country's National Park Service this week, entrance into all national parks in Colorado and across the country and is free on Tuesday.
People With Celiac Disease Can See Doctor Upon Doctor Before Diagnosis
More and more children are coming down with a serious disease, and for patients with celiac disease, going gluten-free isn't a fad -- it's a necessity.
Somber Back-To-School Day At Summit High After Student's Drowning
Monday was the first day back to school for students at Summit High School, but it was not a happy day following this weekend's tragic drowning death of 16-year-old Jefte Flores.
Family 'Rides Through Grief' By Teaching Biking To Youngsters
As the USA Pro Challenge rolled through much of Colorado this month, a Colorado family was right there each day to cheer on the racers and spread the word about their bike-centered foundation.
Historic Elitch Gardens Theater Has Come Back To Life
For the first time in decades actors are performing on the famous stage at the historic Elitch Gardens Theater.
Moody: Adults Who See 'Matilda The Musical' Are Drawn To Miss Trunchbull
Can the scariest character in a show also be the most fun? Critic at Large Greg Moody says that's the question facing audiences of "Matilda the Musical."
Still Time To Train For Rock 'n' Roll 1/2 Marathon, 10K
If you're looking for a fun fall fitness challenge, spend the next 8-weeks training for the Rock 'n' Roll Denver 1/2 Marathon or 10K.
Amputees Get On The Water 'You Can't Live In Fear'
Amputees gathered at Standley Lake in Westminster on Saturday for the first ever Amputee Water Sports Day where they faced their fears and had a little fun.
Denver Police Search For Missing Man With Alzheimer's
Denver Police want the public's help searching for a missing man who has Alzheimer's disease.
Police Search For Robbery Suspect Who Targeted Liquor Store
Police in Denver searched for a robbery suspect who targeted a liquor store and had a weapon.
Police Search For Gunman In Deadly Shooting
Police in Denver need the public's help in finding a gunman who shot and killed a man outside the Salvation Army building earlier this month.
Scooters Often Seen As Easy Targets For Thieves
Police in Denver are urging owners of scooters to lock up them up and park them in safe areas.
Nanny Shields 3-Year-Old From Attacking Dogs: 'She Saved His Life'
A 3-year-old boy survived an attack when two dogs got into his backyard and his nanny got between him and the animals to shield him from their teeth and claws.
Surveillance Video May Offer Clues In Deadly Shooting
Police in Aurora are hoping surveillance video will help them find the murder suspects wanted in a deadly shooting in an apartment last week.
Broncos Cheerleaders Ditch Pom-Poms, Pick Up Power Tools
Broncos cheerleaders ditched the pom-poms on Thursday and picked up power tools to build homes with hundreds of other women.
Credit Card Skimmers Are A Handy Tool For Thieves
Credit card skimmers are one of the many ways that thieves are using to steal your credit card information.
Actors Perform On Elitch Gardens Theater Stage For First Time In 24 Years
Actors took to the stage of the Elitch Gardens Theater for the first time in 24 years on Thursday. It's part of a big push to restore the historic theater.
Pres. Jimmy Carter Gets Radiation Treatment For Cancer
President Jimmy Carter is talking about the cancer that has spread within his body. The former president has a long history in Colorado with one of his charities, Habitat for Humanity, by picking up a hammer and helping build homes for those less...
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