Woman Hopes Specialized Jaw Surgery Cures Debilitating PainA woman is desperately hoping specialized reconstruction surgery will finally stop the pain in her jaw, but she needs nearly $50,000 to pay for it.
Colorado State Fair, Aug. 25-Sept. 4Z-Z Top will be one of the headliners for this year's Colorado State Fair in Pueblo. See the full entertainment lineup -- which also includes performances by comedian Gabriel Iglesias and country singers Gary Allan and Hunter Hayes -- at ColoradoStateFair.com.
Undercover Bust: Don't Buy, Sell, Or Set Off FireworksOfficers are warning people not to buy, sell, or set off fireworks in the city of Denver.
Homeowner To Porch Pirates: 'I'll Pour You A Cup Of Coffee'A home security camera captured a thief in the act and the homeowner believes the porch pirate is hitting several homes in the metro area.
Scam Alert: Officer Finds Credit Card Skimmer In MachinePolice are warning about credit card skimmers after an officer found one.
Luzia Adds A New Level Of Suspense To Cirque ShowsIn Cirque du Soleil's Luzia, there's a lot going on both physically and mechanically.
Bike To Work Day 'All About Introducing People To Cycling'Thousands of commuters will hit the road on two wheels on Wednesday.
Young Boy Needs Help Finding A Bone Marrow MatchA young boy needs help finding a bone marrow match.
Bike MS: More Than 3,000 Cyclists Pedal For A CureAs the sun began to rise Saturday, thousands of cyclists began pedaling for a cause.
Sweetheart Scam Victim: 'I Feel So Powerless'One Colorado woman learned a costly lesson in the search for love.
A Family Affair: Parents Using Children In Mall TheftsTwo adults took two children shoplifting at Southwest Plaza Mall.
Has Legal Marijuana Made Colorado's Roads Less Safe?The findings were published in the American Journal of Public Health.
Cost To Use Express Lanes Could Be Going UpPeak toll rates would go up between 15 and 35 cents on average.
Where To Watch 4th Of July Fireworks Displays In Colorado This YearColoradans have lots of options for viewing fireworks displays to celebrate Independence Day this year.
MS Patient Trains To Ride In Bike MS For First TimeMore than 3,000 cyclists will be participating in Bike MS in Colorado. One will be doing it for the first time, after watching his family ride for the last 9 years.
Colorado Bike To Work Day Draws 2nd Largest Crowd In The NationBike to Work Day is a free regional event that encourages commuters to ride to work on two-wheels.
Roof Collapse Evacuees Running Out Of OptionsResidents displaced from a Lakewood apartment complex are still looking for help, days after they were forced out of their homes.
Desperate Search For Littleton Police Officer Lost On Russian PeakA Colorado congressman is asking for Russia's help in finding a man from Highlands Ranch who disappeared while trying to climb that country's highest peak.
Denver Zoo Gives Update On Dobby The GiraffeThe Denver Zoo checked in on one of their latest additions Wednesday.
World Giraffe Day Celebrated Globally WednesdayThe longest day of the year is designated to celebrate some of our favorite our long-necked friends.
Rattlesnake Tracking Project Intended To Help Hikers Be More SafeResearchers are collaborating with Jefferson County Open Space to study rattlesnake behavior and to try to help hikers.
Police Implore Author Who Says He Hid Treasure To End HuntNew Mexico's top law enforcement officer is urging the author and antiquities dealer who inspired thousands to search remote corners of the American West for a hidden chest of gold and jewels to end the treasure hunt.
'Luzia' Dreams Up New Vision Of MexicoCirque du Soleil's "Luzia" is a waking dream which transports the audience into an imaginary Mexico.
Bobby G Award Winners Headed To Broadway For Jimmy AwardsIn May, aspiring Broadway stars took the stage at the Buell Theater for the 2017 Bobby G Awards.
Banners For 'Frozen: The Musical' Appear DowntownA blast of Disney magic is blowing through the Denver Arts District as the banners for "Frozen: The Musical" were put up.
Civil Engineers Race In Concrete CanoesThe School of Mines in Golden hosted a unique competition that put the skills of civil engineering students to the test.
Safety Concerns Surround Colorado Rivers And WaterwaysWith a heat wave moving into Colorado, it may be tempting to jump into a river or waterway to cool off, but that could land you in trouble.
Team Sugarbee Peddles To Take The Sting Out Of MSBike MS draws some 4,000 cyclists including teams that collect hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Colorado Chapter of the National MS Society.
Help The Museum Find More Artifacts, Discover Hidden ItemsArchaeologists have unearthed artifacts thousands of years old in Golden, and they’re asking the public to help them find more.
Partnership Key To Success For Local RestaurateursRestaurateur partners Bobby Stuckey and Lachlan Mackinnon-Patterson spoke in Aspen at their industry's premiere event.

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