Thanksgiving Feast Tradition At Boys & Girls ClubThe Monaco South Optimist Club has been putting on a Thanksgiving Feast at the Boys & Girls Club for 30-years.
Surprise Meeting Between Bronco, Cancer Survivor Leads To Man-To-Man Health TalkA surprise meeting between a Broncos defensive back and a high school football coach resulted in a discussion about men's health issues.
Thanksgiving Day Safety Tips: Avoid Cooking FiresBefore you start baking pies or whipping up that turkey, know this: Thanksgiving is the leading day for home fires involving cooking.
Here Are The Major Restaurants Open On Thanksgiving DayDozens of restaurants, fast food chains, and even coffee shops are advertising holiday hours and deals for customers who won't be holding their own turkey day
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'So Strong' 30 Year Old Mother Faces CancerRachel Winegar's battle with Stage IV colorectal cancer began in August.
Colorado Nonprofit Helps Heroes Get Home For The HolidaysA Colorado non-profit is hoping donors can help service members make it home for the holidays.
Jazz Legend Honored By Colorado Music Hall Of FameDianne Reeves, a renowned jazz singer in Denver, is one of this year's inductees into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.
'Divine Itch' Helps Grandpa Detect Breast CancerAccording to the American Cancer Society, about one in 1,000 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer. A grandfather from Aurora is that unlucky one, but luckily he caught it twice.
Drivers Should Expect Heavy Traffic Over Thanksgiving HolidayDrivers across Colorado are being urged to expect heavier than normal traffic over the next few days for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
2017 Toy Safety ReportOver the past 30 years, our annual reports have led to more than 150 recalls of unsafe toys and other regulatory actions, and have helped educate the public and policymakers on the need for continued action to protect the health and wellbeing of our children.
Bike Shop Provides Life Skills For 'Invisible Population'An Arvada bike enthusiast has found an entirely new way to celebrate diversity.
Best Booster Seats After Crash TestsThe Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its list of best booster seats after crash tests.
‘Excited To Get Back’: Coach With Brain CancerTyler Swanson is a tough opponent to cancer. A defensive lineman in college, he is no pushover. But a tumor the size of a golf ball in the middle of his brain hid and grew until he started to feel its strange effects.
Broncos Players Help Hand Out Thanksgiving MealsAs we get closer to the Thanksgiving holiday, some Broncos players are helping to provide a meal to families in need.
Questions Loom Over Man's Death On County RoadInvestigators are still unsure how a 21-year-old man was killed near Evans over the weekend.
Mayor Helps With Annual Denver Rescue Mission Turkey DriveDenver Mayor Michael Hancock lent a helping hand to the Denver Rescue Mission on Monday.
Visit The Colorado Governor's Mansion All Decked Out For The HolidaysWith sparkling lights, glittery decorations, tall trees and bows of pine, it's beginning to look a lot like the holidays at the Colorado Governor's Mansion.
Clean And Sober: Then CancerAt 23, he has been through a great deal. First there was drugs and lawbreaking. He was going the wrong way in life.
Search For Dangerous Fugitive In Adams CountyDeputies in Adams County are searching for a dangerous fugitive who removed his ankle monitor.
Punch Bowl Social Opens Second Colorado LocationPunch Bowl Social opened its second location in Colorado Saturday night at the site of the historic Stapleton air traffic control tower.
One Ear Out Campaign Fights Distracted ListeningLocal fathers bring attention to those killed while wearing headphones with One Ear Out campaign.
Mile High Holidays Kicks Off With Giant Ice SculptureMile High Holidays kicked off on Friday with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock helping put the finishing touches on a snowflake ice sculpture in Cherry Creek North.
Service Dog Shot While Protecting Owner During Break-InThieves shot a 10-year-old service dog trying to protect her owner. The dog survived and will continue to help her owner, with just three legs now instead of four.
'Stand Up Colorado' Takes On Domestic ViolenceA new statewide campaign launched Friday called “Stand Up Colorado” takes on domestic violence by focusing on survivors, pushing the blame back toward the people responsible.
Boulder Man Travels To Cuba For Cancer TreatmentsSoon after he got his cancer diagnosis, George Keays sat down to write a note to friends. “Life isn’t meant to be fair,” he wrote. “It’s meant to be lived.”
Ivory Ban Reversal Causes Concern For Increase In Trophy HuntingThe National Wildlife Property Repository near Denver has collected more than a million items made up from animals unlawfully traded and acquired by U.S. special agents and inspectors.
FBI Searches For Bank Robbers Wearing Hoodies, MasksPolice in Aurora have teamed up with the FBI to search for two men who robbed a bank last week.
Families Have A Reason To Celebrate On Denver Adoption DayJudges across Denver finalized adoptions of 44 children on Thursday as part of the 13th annual Denver Adoption Day which is also National Adoption Day.
Hillary Clinton Brings Book Tour To Bellco TheaterHillary Clinton is in Denver to discuss her new memoir named "What Happened" at the Bellco Theater on Thursday.