Academy Teaches Anyone To Be A Pro WrestlerA pro wrestling academy in Golden is getting a lot of attention. Mercury Pro Wrestling has a facility on the Jeffco County Fairgrounds and teaches students everything about the sport.
Denver Debut Pits Neighbor Against Neighbor In The GardenThe Denver debut of the comedy 'Native Garden' is a study in what is means to be a good neighbor.
100+ Bicycles Donated To StudentsMore than 100 students at Boston K-8 in Aurora left school Thursday with a “new to them” bicycle.
MS Patients Use Cooling Products To Keep On GoingNearly 80 percent of people living with multiple sclerosis have heat sensitivity, and rely on cooling products to keep on going.
Storm Debris Can Be Dropped Off This WeekendPeople cleaning up from this week's wind storm have a chance to get rid of their broken branches and yard debris.
'Schools Need Musicals': Rival Schools Team Up On StageIn the theater at North High School in Denver, it’s starting to come together. The set, the costumes, and the music. It’s the final countdown until opening night for the student production of “Rock of Ages.”
Denver To Use Library To Provide More Access To City ServicesThe City of Denver wants to make it easier for people and businesses to use city services by putting some of them in libraries.
Victim's Family Urges 'No Contact' Hit-And-Run Driver To Come ForwardKimberly Murray's car rolled 3 times, nearly killing her and claiming the life of her beloved dog, Maggie.
Photographer Recreates Old Pictures of Red RocksA new, free exhibit is opening at Red Rocks that shows patrons the past and present of the park. “Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre Coming of Age/A Photo Exhibit from Yesterday and Today” by author and photographer Larry Johnson is a breathtaking exhibit of 101 large matched up photographs from the park's past and today.
Tree Falls On Man's Home After He Makes Final PaymentA tree fell on a man's home after he made the final payment but he didn't have homeowner's insurance.
Things To Do On Colorado's Front Range For Earth Day WeekendCelebrate Earth Day with these events this weekend in Denver.
More Modern Cherry Cricket Opens In Ballpark NeighborhoodA Denver staple that's been around for more than 70 years now has a second location.
Colorado Couple Explores State’s Lost Ski AreasA lot of people might be surprised to know that Colorado has more than 130 lost ski resorts.
Students, Families Set Out To Help School Expand & ImproveSome Aurora students and their families are working to improve the Montessori del Mundo.
Strong Winds Blow Over Semi Trucks & Down Power Lines, TreesSerious wind gusts have shut down parts of Interstate 25 in northern Colorado.
The Laundry Truck Adds 2nd TruckThe Laundry Truck will soon be able to help twice the number of people thanks to the addition of a second truck.
Want To Visit Conundrum Hot Springs? You'll Need A PermitThe U.S. Forest Service is making changes to overnight camping in part of the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness in hopes that a popular natural hot springs area won't get "loved to death."
Roof Fire Forces Closure Of Colorado Springs AirportThere will be no flights in or out of the airport in Colorado Springs on Tuesday after a fire broke out on the roof. The airport will reopen on Wednesday morning.
Free Dental Screening For VeteransVeterans have a great chance for a free dental screening May 3 in Denver.
Study Dedicated To Finding Cancer Risk Factors In Golden RetrieversThey are smart, obedient and playful and Golden Retrievers are the third most popular dog breed in America.
Summer Concert Series Announced For Chautauqua AuditoriumThe list of summer performances at Chautauqua Auditorm in Boulder was released.
Interactive Map: Average Teacher Salaries In ColoradoDespite a booming economy, Colorado ranks in the bottom five nationally for teacher pay.
Colorado Vietnam Veterans Plan 50 Year Reunion: 'It's A Welcome Home'At the height of the Vietnam War a group of 45 young men from Jefferson County enlisted in the U.S. Army.
'Because They Care': Teacher Shares Struggle Making Ends MeetMany teachers in Colorado are facing hard questions. After the final bell, those teachers go to second jobs just to keep a roof over their heads.
Daniels Fund Scholar Making Big Impact In Small TownCaliche High School senior Michael Foster is impressive to say the least.
Police: Man Flees Court, Causes 3-Car Crash In City VehiclePolice in Broomfield say a man fled from court on Monday after he learned there was a warrant for his arrest.
$7M Lottery Ticket Sold At Casino In Central ColoradoSomeone in Cripple Creek, west of Colorado Springs, is now a multi-millionaire.
Film On The Rocks Lineup AnnouncedThe 2018 lineup for Film on the Rocks at Red Rocks Amphitheatre has been released.
Teachers Take To Capitol Steps In Day Of Action: 'I'm Stretched For Cash'Hundreds of teachers across Colorado walked out of class on Monday, and gathered at the State Capitol in a call for action.
Colorado High School Rodeo Riding High: 'Keeps You Motivated'Colorado’s high school rodeo community is riding high.