Colorado Study Looking At Link Between Vitamin D, DiabetesResearchers at the University of Colorado Hospital are exploring a potential link between vitamin D and Type 2 diabetes.
Reality Check: GOP Opponent Not Yet Known, But Bennet Running AdsColorado's Senate race will be one of the most watched in the country.
How To Hack Your Summer Electric BillAs the temperatures continue to rise this summer, Coloradans may be looking for ways to beat the heat and lower your electric bill.
Denver Cop Fired For Lying, 'Not Fit To Be A Police Officer'A Denver police officer fired this month for lying plans to appeal his termination, even though the Manager of Safety’s Office has stated he "is not fit to be a police officer."
Beaver Creek Fire Could Burn For Weeks, Possibly MonthsThe Beaver Creek Fire in Jackson County near Walden could burn for weeks if not months. The 5,400 acre fire is burning in heavy beetle kill forest.
Denver Zoo Celebrates 120th Anniversary With New TrainThe Denver Zoo is celebrating its 120th anniversary with a new train.
Homeowner Finds Tens Of Thousands Of Bees In Her WallsA homeowner in Boulder noticed some bees outside her window. Then she discovered thousands more were living inside her walls.
Classic Cars Showcase History, Personal StoriesMore than 100 classic cars will be on display at the Summerfest Auto Show in Greenwood Village.
UCH Researchers Study Shot To Stop Staph InfectionsA staph infection after surgery can be serious, even fatal. According to data from the Nationwide Inpatient Sample (NIS), patients who get a staph infection in the hospital have five times the risk of dying in the hospital.
Dalai Lama To Lead Teaching Sessions At CU On ThursdayThe Dalai Lama will visit the University of Colorado on Thursday.
Swim Beach At Chatfield Reservoir Closed Due To High Bacteria LevelsOfficials at Chatfield State Park have closed the swim beach on Wednesday due to poor water quality.
Colorado-Produced Documentary About PTSD Viewed On Capitol HillA new locally-produced documentary that looks at how suicide affects veterans from every battle since World War II was shown on Capitol Hill.
Allegations Of Bullying Surround Douglas County School BoardThe Douglas County School Board work session abruptly ended Tuesday night because of a protesting crowd, amid deep contention over the actions of two board members. The board and its meetings have been surrounded in controversy for months and will continue until at least July.
Civic Center Park Celebrates 'Bike To Work Day'Thousands have made the pledge to participate in Denver’s Bike To Work Day, the second largest in the nation.
Now Hiring: Willie Nelson (For Colorado Marijuana Business)Willie Nelson needs some good help when it comes to getting his marijuana business up and running in Colorado.
Deputies Search For Wallet Thieves Who Use Stolen Credit CardsDeputies ares searching for two women and a man wanted for stealing wallets and then using the stolen credit cards.
Parents Ask For Douglas County School Board Members To ResignOn Tuesday evening a group of parents and students gathered to ask for the resignation of two Douglas County School Board members after a student said she was bullied by the board members.
Arvada Man Accused Of Setting Girlfriend On Fire While CampingAn Arvada man has been arrested for allegedly setting his girlfriend on fire during a camping trip.
Mother Has Finding A Cure In Her SightsA mother in Westminster is hosting a fundraiser this weekend to help find a cure for a disease that is blinding her children. Logan and Zoe Galloway are slowly losing their eyesight. They suffer from a rare, inherited condition that has no treatment.
Frozen Veggies Recalled Due To Listeria ConcernsMore frozen vegetables have been recalled because of listeria concerns. The National Frozen Food Corporation issued the voluntary recall of frozen peas and mixed vegetables. There have been no reports of illness related to the recall items.
Investigators Search For Evidence In Arvada HomicideInvestigators with Jefferson County searched a field on Tuesday in relation to a homicide that happened on Friday night.
Bike Riding Bank Robber Strikes AgainThe bicycle riding bank robber has hit another bank. The man has hit three banks in Denver since late May.
Dispensary Owners Take Closer Look At Security After Guard MurderedThe reward to catch two brazen killers who murdered a dispensary security guard has reached $12,000 as dispensary owners work to increase their security.
Who, What's To Blame For Spiking Auto Insurance Costs?Auto insurance premiums are on the rise in Colorado and the insurance industry says you can partly blame all those new Colorado residents, lower fuel costs and new-fangled cars.
Dispensary Owner Says Guard's Murder Was Caught On VideoThe murder of a security guard Saturday night at a licensed Aurora Colorado marijuana dispensary may have been caught on camera.
Park County Under Mandatory Fire Ban, Officials Say They've Been 'Lucky'Extreme heat, a lack of new moisture, wind and low humidity are all creating very dangerous fire conditions in Park County.
Library Patrons Can Again Get Colorado State Parks Passes For FreeColorado residents can get into Colorado state parks for free just by visiting a local library.
Family In A Bind After Pit Bull Attack On 5-Year-OldThe family of a 5-year-old Thornton girl who survived a pit bull attack is facing a hefty bill after getting emergency medical treatment.
Cheyenne Frontier DaysCheyenne Frontier Days takes place from July 22-31 this year. To learn more, go to cfdrodeo.com.
Wife Of Slain Pot Dispensary Guard Distraught And Angry, Wants JusticeA security guard who was gunned down Saturday night at a marijuana dispensary in Aurora was a father of three and had worked at the dispensary for just two weeks. His killers are still on the loose.

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