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Homeless Children Struggle With Instability
Lisa Fisher and her kids live in their car, a result of the tight housing market in the Metro Area. Her kids are struggling with their new reality.
Family Moves Into Home, Learn It's A Scam 'Gave Her All Our Money'
Francie Nelson was excited about moving into her new Wheat Ridge home until the police showed up at her front door.
Aurora Police Search For Credit Card Fraud Suspects
Police in Aurora are searching for a man and woman wanted for using a "cloned credit card" to make purchases at several stores in the Denver metro area.
Housing Market Squeezing Families Into Homelessness
A single mother of three is among the many Denver Metro Area residents who are currently homeless because they can’t find a place to live.
Volunteers Search For Deadly Crash Victim's Missing Pets On I-70
After a deadly rollover crash on Interstate 70 near the Eisenhower Tunnel, volunteers with tracking dogs and others worked to find the victim's missing pets.
Aurora Police Warn ATM Users Of Skimming Device
Police in Aurora are warning some ATM users after a skimming device was discovered at a convenience store last month.
Denver Parks Welcomes Day Of Service Volunteers
The Denver Parks & Recreation Department is hosting a Day of Service project to get some much needed help in a park.
Breckenridge Police On Fatal Hit & Run: 'Community Is Upset ... It Is A Big Deal'
The victim in a deadly hit-and-run in Breckenridge has been identified and investigators want to find the person who met with the suspect following the deadly collision.
Entry Level To Management Positions Now Available At DIA's Westin Hotel
More than 180 full-time jobs are up for grabs at Denver International Airport's new Westin Hotel.
CU Police Issue Warning About 'Sextortion' Cases
The University of Colorado Boulder Police Department is warning the CU community and others about internet sextortion cases.
Frontier Airlines Offering $1 Last-Minute Fares To Select Cities On Wednesday
Denver-based Frontier Airlines announced Wednesday they are offering last-minute fares for only $1 out of Denver International Airport.
What Was Thought To Be A Hit & Run How A Homicide In Aurora
One person is dead after an incident in Aurora late Tuesday night. It happened near the 700 block of Havana Street.
Jefferson County Reports Its First Case Of West Nile Virus In A Human
Another person has gotten sick with West Nile virus in Colorado.
Drivers Get 'Ah Ha' Moments During CDOT's 'Car Fit' Event
The Colorado Department of Transportation on Tuesday hosted a Car Fit event to help drivers find out how well they fit their vehicle.
Survey: Colorado One Of The Fastest Growing Medicaid Populations In U.S.
More people than ever have health insurance in Colorado as a new survey found the uninsured rate in the state has dropped by more than half since the new federal health care law took effect.
Drivers Asked To 'Fill The Boot' Through Labor Day Weekend
Drivers may notice some firefighters standing in the middle of traffic along the Front Range over the next several days. But it's all for a good cause.
Day of Service Is Opportunity To Help Worthy Causes
Xcel Energy sets up dozens of volunteer projects to allow Coloradoans an easy way to help the community.
Xcel Employees Look Forward To Day Of Service
Xcel Employees look forward to Day of Service, their day to give back to the Colorado community.
Sport Shooting On Forest Service Land Debated 'More Shooters, More People'
The debate over regulation of recreational sports shooting on national forest lands in several counties along the Front Range is getting heated. This week the public is getting involved in that discussion.
Denver Photographer Captures Mystery Of Doors Across The World
"People love doors." Caryn Cullinan might be a bit biased toward her photography project, but her Instagram and Kickstarter don't lie.
Breckenridge Police Search For Driver In Deadly Hit & Run
Police in Breckenridge searched for a hit-and-run driver wanted in a deadly crash.
State Taking Public Comments On Pot Edibles Labeling Via Email
People have until Tuesday to weigh in on proposed packaging for marijuana edibles.
Recreational Sport Shooting Open Houses Being Held By U.S. Forest Service
The public is weighing in on a proposal that would regulate recreational sports shooting on national forest lands in several Front Range counties.
3 More Cases Of Human West Nile In Colorado, Still No Deaths
More human cases of the West Nile virus along the Front Range have been announced.
Support Group Rallies To Call Attention To Unsolved Murders
Families connected to dozens of Colorado cold cases gathered in a Jefferson County park over the weekend to with a goal of keeping hope alive.
Warning Issued About Taylor Swift's Upcoming Denver Concert
A warning has been issued ahead of Taylor Swift's concert in Denver. Police are receiving reports of fake tickets being sold online.
Friend Of Man Killed By Suspected Drunk Driver: 'My Best Friend Is Gone In An Instant'
Friends and family gathered Sunday in Golden to celebrate the life of a man who was killed by a suspected drunk driver.
Cliff Palace At Mesa Verde In Danger Of Crumbling
There is a big push to save one of Colorado's iconic sites the Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde.
Police Warn Taylor Swift Fans Of Fraudulent Tickets
The Denver Police Department has a warning about fraudulent tickets as the Taylor Swift concert grows near.
Bear Activity Closes Waterton Canyon
Increased bear activity has closed a popular canyon in the foothills west of the Denver metro area.
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