Don't Miss This Saturday's Making Strides WalkThe American Cancer Society is hosting its Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk on Oct. 22.
Students Rally Around Teen Taekwondo Instructor Fighting CancerJust 17 years old, a taekwondo instructor is fighting the toughest battle of his life - cancer.
Good Samaritans Help Catch Deadly Hit & Run SuspectThe community is mourning the loss of a Parker woman after she was killed on her motorcycle by a hit and run driver on October 12.
New Colorado Law Requires Reporting of Dense Breast TissueAccording to the Susan G. Komen organization, women with high breast density are four-to-five times more likely to get breast cancer than women with low breast density, but the cancer is more difficult to find.
Mountain Lion Spotted Near Middle & Elementary SchoolsA mountain lion sighting has some in Gypsum on alert.
Amazon's Treasure Truck Is Coming To ColoradoAmazon is bringing something new to Denver this week- the Treasure Truck!
Have A Vision For The 16th Street Mall? Feedback WantedThousands of people walk along the 16th Street Mall every day, whether they’re on their way to work, shopping, eating or enjoying a day at one of Denver’s most popular landmarks.
'Something Rotten!' Brings Big Laughs To Denver"Something Rotten!" was nominated for 10 Tony Awards including Best Musical. Set in the time of Shakespeare, it depicts the hilarity that ensures when two brothers try to make a name for themselves by write the very first musical.
Mother Fighting Breast Cancer Gets Help Feeding NewbornA mother, battling breast cancer, is getting help feeding her newborn. The Mothers' Milk Bank (MMB) is supplying the family with human donor milk.
Woman Battling MS Gets Help With Home RemodelA woman battling Multiple Sclerosis got some help thanks to the generosity of others.
Pipe Replacement Will Cause Traffic Delays Over Next Several WeeksStarting Wednesday, Denver Water will begin a major pipe replacement on water mains in the Park Hill and City Park neighborhoods.
Scream Scram Offers 5K Challenge, Halloween FunScream Scram is the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver’s Halloween-themed 5K run/walk.
Former East High Principal Breaks Silence: 'I Just Want People To Know My Side Of The Story'Former East High School Principal Andy Mendelsberg says he acted appropriately and quickly when the cheer squad scandal broke open.
Broncos Fan Who Bought Fake Tickets: 'The $$ Is Gone'The Broncos warned about it heading into their weekend game, but some fans still fell victim on Sunday to scammers selling fake tickets.
Broncos Honor 125 Cancer Survivors At Halftime On SundayThe Denver Broncos will honor cancer survivors during Sunday night's home game against the Giants.
'Jazzed' Fundraiser Gives Attendees Chance To Hear Music At Wings Over The RockiesInner City Health is hosting its annual fundraiser “Jazzed” on Oct. 20.
Larimer County Family Loses Home In Propane ExplosionA Larimer County family is lucky to be alive after their house exploded Thursday morning.
'Macbeth': Familiar Story Completely Re-ImaginedShakespeare's "Macbeth" is reshaped in an all-male, electronic music, innovative projections, violent and sexual production.
Landlord Offers Incentives For Residents Who Own AirBNBsSkyrocketing rent costs in the City of Denver has forced many to explore alternative income options to cover increasing living costs.
Navigating Road Closures For The Rock 'n' Roll Denver Half MarathonDowntown Denver drivers will be faced with a slew of road closures this weekend for the Transamerica Rock 'n' Roll Denver Half Marathon.
Red Cross Accepting Hero NominationsYou can nominate those around you to receive a Community Hero Award to be presented at American Red Cross’ Heroes Soiree taking place on March 9, 2018.
New App Helps Student Athletes Get Noticed By CollegesHigh school athletes are shaping their future thanks to a marketing app created in Denver.
Half Marathon Runners Go 13 Miles To Cure ALSA team of runners from the Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club are running the half marathon to raise money to find a cure for ALS.
Amazon To Hire Seasonal Workers In ColoradoAmazon will offer seasonal jobs to more than one thousand people in the Denver metro area this winter.
Mixed Review On City Park Golf Course ProjectThe public will have a chance to learn more about Denver’s controversial plan to re-work City Park Golf Course.
Local Survivors Of Las Vegas Attack Give BackA Northglenn couple who survived the Las Vegas shooting wants to give back to the first responders who helped save them.
Woman Who Lost Husband To Carbon Monoxide Gets New FurnaceAfter losing her husband to carbon monoxide poisoning, Patricia Chapman’s grief was compounded by the fact that she couldn’t stay in her own home. Now, she has a new furnace thanks to the generosity of others.
Technology Making Life Easier For People With Mobility IssuesSome simple technology is making it easier for people with mobility issues to live on their own.
Childhood Obesity Grows At Alarming RateA new study is sounding the alarm on childhood obesity. It found the number of obese children and teens is more than 10 times higher than it was 40 years ago.
RTD Makes Big Changes To Its Light Rail Trains After SettlementRTD is starting to reconfigure the space on all of their light rail trains in an effort to better accommodate people with disabilities.