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101st Army Band Provides Patriotic Soundtrack For Fireworks
The 101st Army Band is a unit of the Colorado National Guard and the U.S. Army. Their mission to take the music to the masses.
Guide To Denver's Independence Eve 2015
This is the sixth year for Independence Eve presented by Anadarko, a fabulous free concert, light show and fireworks finale in Civic Center Park on July 3.
Top Fireworks In Denver
It's time again to start planning where you'll be for the Fourth of July. Here are some of the best places in town to catch the beauty and brilliance of a live fireworks show.
Colorado Company Sponsoring 'Independence Eve' Also Committed To Veterans
Events like Independence Eve truly take a village and that includes help from the community and corporate sponsors.
Families Of 2 Different Kinds Of Warriors Join Forces To Honor Their Loved Ones
It's been 10 years since a failed rescue attempt and battle in Afghanistan. Littleton's Danny Dietz was one of 19 Special Forces soldiers and Navy SEALS who died. Now the Dietz family is teaming up with the family of another fallen fighter.
Funkiphino Brings The Crowd To Its Feet
Funkiphino is a big Colorado band with an even bigger sound. They'll be getting the crowd up and moving and ready for the fireworks on Independence Eve at Civic Center Park.
Denver Police: 'If You Steal A Bike, It Could Be One Of Ours'
Police in Denver say the next bike that gets stolen could be one of theirs. Officers are using "bait bikes" to catch thieves in the act.
Biennial Of The Americas Celebrates Arts, Music, Culture & Ideas
The Biennial of the Americas is a festival that appears every two years in Denver and celebrates the arts, music, culture and ideas of South, Central and North America-- all in one place.
Thousands Pedal Bike MS To Find A Cure
Thousands hopped on a bicycle on Saturday morning to help find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. The riders pedaled from Westminster to Fort Collins and back over two days as part of Bike MS.
New Sea Lion Pup Makes Denver Zoo Home
The Denver Zoo is celebrating the birth of a California sea lion pup. He was born on June 11 and visitors can see him in the Northern Shores exhibit with his mother.
Denver Firefighters Warn Of Illegal Fireworks On 4th
As the 4th of July approaches, firefighters in Denver are cracking down on illegal fireworks.
'Trees Snapped, Twisted Off' In Storm That Formed Tornado
Homeowners in Denver and Aurora worked to clear their yards of debris on Thursday after severe storms the night before left behind a lot of damage.
Broncos Training Camp Schedule Released, Fans Can Watch This Year
The Denver Broncos’ 2015 training camp dates were released on Thursday and Fans will be allowed to attend practices at Dove Valley for the first time since 2013.
'Kitten Pavilion' Replaces Marijuana At Denver County Fair
The Denver County Fair is dropping its marijuana exhibit to focus on cats.
United Airlines Chooses Denver For Global Flight Training Program
United Airlines announced that it will base its entire pilot training program out of its Denver facility.
Colorado Sees 2nd Highest Number Of Rabbit Fever Cases Since 1983
State health officials on Wednesday announced that there have been 11 human cases of of tularemia in Colorado since May of this year.
Public Comment Wanted For Proposed Northern Colorado Reservoirs
A 45-day public comment period is now underway for a proposal to build two new reservoirs in Northern Colorado that requires federal approval.
Thousands Trade In Keys For Pedals On Bike To Work Day
Thousands of commuters in the Denver metro area traded in their car keys for bike pedals on Wednesday for Bike to Work Day.
Cirque Du Soleil Introduces A Virtual Reality Experience
Cirque du Soleil has developed a new virtual reality experience based on the show Kurios. It gives the viewer a 360-degree experience.
Tinder Sexual Assault Suspect Appears In Court
A man accused of raping a woman he met on a dating app appeared in court on Wednesday. Prosecutors say his online behavior was fine, but what happened after has them concerned that other women may have been victimized.
Father Of Teen Who Died From Plague: 'It's Very Tough'
The family of the teen who died after contracting a rare form of the plague talked about how difficult it's been after his death.
Country Guitarist Takes On Rock ‘N’ Roll Denver Marathon For Charity
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon is about 4-months away. One of the members of the band for the country music group Sugarland is already training, and he’s hoping you’ll join his team.
Kids Pedal To Support Bike MS
Bike MS is coming up this weekend but on Tuesday, some of the younger set pedaled their way to support the good cause.
Task Force Searches For Pickup In Connection With Loveland Shootings
The task force formed to investigate the shootings in Northern Colorado is seeking information on a vehicle of interest that may be linked to the deadly shooting in Loveland.
Takata Corp. Increases Air Bag Recall Vehicles
Takata Corp. has increased the number of vehicles recalled to 33.8 million. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration says it is still waiting for a complete list of vehicles affected by the expanded recall so you should check back...
Check Out All Of The Incentives To Participate In 'Bike To Work Day'
Wednesday is Bike to Work Day and dozens of incentives are being offered to get commuters pedaling to and from work.
Trucking Company Learns Firsthand Why It's Good To Know CPR
The owners of a trucking and excavating company in Golden have a new campaign. They are urging the public to learn CPR.
CDOT Celebrates U.S. 36 Construction Milestone
The Colorado Department of Transportation is one step closer to being finished with construction on U.S. 36.
Arrest Made In 'Big Mac Bandit' Burglary Cases
Denver police made an arrest in the case of the robber nicknamed the "Big Mac Bandit."
'Shock & Disbelief' Says Baseball Coach Of Teen Who Died From The Plague
A community in Larimer County is in mourning after a rare strain of the plague took the life of a teen. Health department investigators believe the boy contracted the plague from fleas on a dead rodent.
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