Police Search For Light Rail Station AttackersPolice in Denver are searching for two man who attacked a victim at a light rail station, seemingly unprovoked.
Oklahoma Company Recalls 466 Tons Of Breaded Chicken ProductAn Oklahoma food company is recalling more than 466 tons (422 metric tons) of breaded chicken because of possible metal in the food.
Ruling Expected On Alleged Wolf Hybrid DogA judge is expected to make a decision Wednesday about a dog suspected of being a wolf hybrid.
‘Texting & Driving Worse Than Drunk Driving’: Crash Victim Shares StoryAs legislation that would up the penalties for texting and driving moves into the House, one survivor calls it worse than drunk driving.
Volunteer Provides Furnishings To Formerly Homeless FamiliesAn Arvada volunteer has taken it upon herself to help families furnish their homes as they move out of homelessness.
Police Search For Kidnapping SuspectPolice in Denver are searching for a man who tried to kidnap a girl from Ruby Hill Park.
PoisonHelp.orgA new study finds poison control centers in the U.S. receive 32 calls a day about children being exposed to prescription opioids. Visit PoisonHelp.org to learn what steps you need to take if your child gets his or her hands on harmful medications.
Owner Says DNA Proves Pet Dog Is Not A Wolf HybridThe owner of a dog in Aurora suspected of being a wolf hybrid says DNA tests did not find any evidence of wolf characteristics in the dog.
Exceptionally Dry March Continues, Fire Bans In Place On Colorado's Front RangeSo far March 2017 is the driest March on record for Colorado's Front Range, and with the heightened fire danger several county managers have enacted fire restrictions.
Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra Selected To Perform In D.C. Next WeekThere's a big honor for the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra.
Family Gets New Volvo After Old Car Crushed By Semi On I-70A Denver family whose Volvo was crushed by a semi on Interstate 70 has a lot to be thankful for after getting a new car thanks to Volvo dealerships across the state.
Report: Suncor Refinery Released Hundreds Of Pounds Of Toxic GasesHundreds of pounds of toxic gases were released into the air at the Suncor Energy oil refinery for the second time in five months, according to a preliminary report released Friday by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Shaping Sound Dances Into DenverThe dance company, Shaping Sound, is bringing the show “After the Curtain” to Denver for two-nights only.
Veterinarians Work To Save Malnourished DogVeterinarians are trying to help to save a dog who is extremely malnourished.
Dream House RaffleThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver has launched the ninth annual Dream House Raffle.
Meals On Wheels Faces Funding Crisis Under Trump AdministrationA kitchen in Denver that makes meals for nearly 4,000 people is facing uncertainty under the the Trump administration.
Uber Celebrates St. Pat's With Half-Priced Rides From Select PubsUber celebrates St. Patrick's Day with a deal for riders.
Campus Police Search For Arsonist In Series Of FiresAuraria Campus police are on the lookout for an arsonist, after a series of small fires were started overnight.
Dinos Are Coming To The Denver ZooIt's taken 65 million years, but dinosaurs are finally coming to the Denver Zoo.
Man Wanted In Romantix Store RobberyPolice in Denver are searching for a man who robbed an adult entertainment store.
'American In Paris' At The Buell: Same Music, Different Storyline Than 1951 FilmBroadway musical “An American in Paris” is coming to Denver and features beloved Gershwin music, but a slightly different story line from the 1951 movie.
CDOT Unveils 9-Foot-Tall Grenade ExhibitThe Colorado Department of Transportation unveiled a 9-foot-tall grenade exhibit on the Auraria Campus.
Family Claims Dog Isn't Part Wolf, DNA Test OrderedOne family in Aurora is fighting to get their dog back while awaiting DNA tests to determine whether the dog is part wolf.
Biennial Of The Americas Celebrates Culture, Business ConnectionsDenver will host the Biennial of the Americas in September this year. The ideas, arts, and cultural event will run Sept. 12-16 with various symposiums, working groups, and cultural celebrations.
Colorado Students Get Second Chance At SpaceAfter suffering a failure in 2015, students at Centaurus High School have rebuilt their science experiment in order to send it into space.
DPS Changing Discipline For Youngest StudentsDenver Public Schools will all but eliminate suspensions and expulsions for its youngest students.
Short-Term Rentals May Soon Be A Tax Windfall For Some TownsShort-term rentals may soon be a tax windfall for small mountain towns.
'Turkey Dogs' Come To Colorado For AdoptionStray golden retrievers in Turkey are finding homes in Colorado.
Development South Of DIA Could Lead Up To 60,000 New HomesAurora is planning to bring new homes, restaurants, and offices to the city in the coming years.
Cherry Cricket Announces April ReopeningThe Cherry Cricket is reopening.