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Denver's Homeless Shelters Weathering The Cold But Still Need Help
Homeless shelters across the metro area have been working overtime to accommodate those who are less fortunate during Denver's cold spell, and they're reporting no signs of slowing down.
Broken Pool Doesn't Stop Polar Plunge For Special Olympics Colorado
City Park went polar on Saturday for the Special Olympics Polar Plunge as athletes and volunteers braved frigid temperatures and got all wet for a good cause.
Denver Zoo Celebrates International Polar Bear Day
The Denver Zoo celebrated International Polar Bear Day with a special treat for its featured wildlife.
Loveland Firefighters Hit The Stairs For Cancer Research
Firefighters in Loveland are working out on stair climbers all weekend to raise money for cancer research.
R-Word: Spread The Word To End The Word
The Global Down Syndrome Foundation is determined to help create a brighter future for people with down syndrome.
Boulder Police Search For Attempted Home Intruder
Police in Boulder are searching for a man who tried to break into the bathroom while a woman was showering.
Arvada Streetcar Offers Historic Tie To RTD's Rail Expansion
Arvada is partnering with Denver Rail Heritage to restore Denver Tramway Company Streetcar No.04.
13 Golf Carts Damaged In Jefferson County, $1,000 Reward Offered
Deputies in Jefferson County are searching for those who caused more than $25,000 in damage to golf carts and other property at the Meadows Golf Course.
Returned Items At Walmart May Not Include Taxes In Refund
Those who purchase items at Walmart may not be getting all their money back when returning items. Walmart admits they have been shortchanging customers when it comes to taxes.
'Forbidden Broadway' Isn't Just For Broadway Connoisseurs
If you are going to see a show of parodies, do you have to know exactly what they are making fun of? Not if you're going to see "Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking," which is currently at the Garner Galleria Theatre.
Ski Train Returns For 1 Day, Trip To Winter Park
The ski train hasn't been running from Union Station to the mountains for six years but it will return for one day.
Denver Public Works Crews Filling Nearly Double The Potholes From Last Year
It's a rough ride for Denver drivers this winter. If it's not the snow, it's the potholes -- and so far this year Denver has twice as many potholes as last year.
Colorado Hospitals Warn New Mothers About Smoking Pot And Breastfeeding
Now that marijuana is legal doctors are concerned about pregnant and breastfeeding women using pot because the negative effects could be passed on to their babies.
It Pays To Be Your Own Accident Investigator
Messy winter weather may lead to treacherous driving conditions. If you get into a crash, it pays to be your own accident investigator.
It's All About The Numbers For Holy Family Coach Ron Rossi
The world of analytics in basketball is something some call a complete waste of time, while other credit it as key to their success.
Kart Racing For Heroes Honors Service Members
Hitting the race track in the name of our nation's heroes was all part of the fifth annual Kart Racing for Heroes. And this year they honored a Denver police officer hurt in the line of duty.
Denver's Mayor Kicks Off Restaurant Week
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock helped kick off Denver Restaurant Week on Friday.
Airlines Offers Travel Waivers, DIA Prepares For Winter Storm
Frontier Airlines is preparing for the possibility of flight delays and cancellations at Denver International Airport because of the winter storm that's moving into Colorado this weekend.
Denver Prepares Streets For Winter Storm
Denver Public Works is preparing to fully staff snow plows and road crews to clear snow during this weekend's winter storm.
Police Urge Women To Be On Alert When Walking Alone
Police in Denver are urging women, and everyone, to be on alert when walking by themselves after two sexual assault attacks occurred in two days just blocks from each other.
Lakewood Police Search For Couple In Burglary Investigation
Police in Lakewood are searching for a couple wanted in connection with a burglary investigation.
Full Closure Of I-25 To Take Place Overnight Between Colorado & Evans
Drivers traveling through Denver overnight should be aware of a full closure of Interstate 25 overnight.
Federal Agency Dismantles Pyramid Scheme Operated Out Of Colorado
The federal government has dismantled a multi-million dollar pyramid scheme operating out of Colorado. It appears thousands of people worldwide have been scammed out of millions of dollars.
Aurora Police On Sex Assault Case: 'This Is A Priority'
Police in Aurora have made a sexual assault investigation involving a 13-year-old girl a priority. Detectives are concerned because of the violent nature of the crime and the age of the victim.
Cheyenne Frontier Days
Make plans for Cheyenne Frontier Days 2015 -- July 17-July 26. In addition to the rodeo, some big names in country music and beyond will be there. See full events schedule at cfdrodeo.com.
Colorado Cities Top The Fitness Index Ranking
The town you call home can have a large impact on your lifestyle, determining whether you are more active or more sedentary. BetterDoctor.com crunched the numbers to find out which cities make it easy to live a healthy lifestyle. And Colorado came...
First Early Bird Drawing Coming Up In Denver Dream House Raffle
Your chances to win in the Denver Dream House Raffle are starting early.
To Propose On A Jumbotron Or Not To Propose On A Jumbotron?
After rookie Mark Hubbard publicly proposed to his girlfriend at the PGA tournament, it got us wondering about other sports proposals. Namely, those performed on the jumbotron.
Manufacturing Job Openings Available At Job Fair This Saturday
Both temporary and full-time positions will be available at a job fair put on by Manpower this Saturday.
Boy Killed By Car In Bonnie Brae Neighborhood Suffered Head Injuries
A family of three was crossing the street at the intersection of South University Boulevard and East Ohio Avenue in Denver's Bonnie Brae neighborhood on Friday when they were hit by a car.
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