Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is expanding the city’s $1 million holiday ad campaign.
Red Cross workers in Colorado and Wyoming have heard from 37 families trying to locate loved ones in the Philippines after the devastating typhoon.
Ski resorts in the high country are hoping more snow will be headed their way, but they’re also hoping that by offering free skiing for children it will grow the sport.
Crews are putting up new lights in hopes of keeping women safe after three separate attacks at Colorado State University. There’s been one sexual assault each month for the last three months.
Gov. John Hickenlooper said Tuesday the offer is open to veterans, active-duty personnel, Reserve and National Guard members and their families. Identification and proof of service are required.
The largest fundraiser for the Colorado Avalanche Information Center will be held this weekend. It’s a state agency that gets a lot of money from the state, but about a quarter of their budget come from donations
Tens of thousands of Denver children live below the poverty line, and when the school day is over there is often no food on the table. So a group of local business leaders are helping feed the children and their families on the weekend.
So many people lost so much in the floods, so in Evergreen one man is hoping to help just a bit by donating something very special.
A program to get books into the hands of 4-year-olds in Colorado hinges on the idea that families serve as a child’s most important teachers.