Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Vandalizing Islamic Center, Leaving BiblePolice in Fort Collins have arrested a man suspected of vandalizing the Islamic Center of Fort Collins over the weekend.
Brand Experts Say Airline Should Consider Changing Dress Code PolicyUnited Airlines defended its dress code Monday for passengers flying free as family and friends of employees, but brand experts following the industry think the company should consider changing the policy.
Authorities Say Person Of Interest Sought In Small WildfireAuthorities say a wildfire that burned less than a square mile in Park County might have been started by recreational shooting, and they're looking for a person of interest.
Colorado Murder Used As 'Sanctuary City' Example For White HouseThe Aurora City Council held a special study session Monday evening regarding sanctuary cities.
Airline Faces Social Media Wrath From 'Leggings' WearersThe social media matter of The Kids in Leggings vs. United snapped to the surface Sunday when one a woman said on Twitter she had witnessed a gate agent refusing to let two girls board a flight leaving Denver because of their leggings.
Driver Seriously Injured In Collision With School Bus, Students HospitalizedThe driver of a vehicle suffered serious injuries after colliding with a school bus Monday morning.
Victims Of Possible Random Attacks Could Have Permanent InjuriesTwo victims of what appears to be random attacks on three men in Denver could have permanent injuries.
Teen With Explosives That Forced Evacuations Learns SentenceA 16-year-old pleaded guilty on Monday to having a gun and explosives in a home that forced the neighborhood to be evacuated last Halloween.
Cigarette Aids Authorities In Tracking Down Murder SuspectA cigarette helped police track down a man accused of murder in Centennial.
Vandalism Involving Bible At Islamic Center Reveals Possible Hate Crime TrendThe Council on American Islamic Relations,has asked Colorado state and federal investigators to take a deeper look into an act of vandalism that occurred at the Islamic Center of Fort Collins.
Signs Of Spring Popping Up In Colorado's National ParksSpring has sprung in Colorado's national parks.
Colorado Budget Proposal Cuts Youth Surveys On Drugs, SexColorado schoolchildren may not be asked about their drug use and sex habits in anonymous surveys any more.
Colorado Protects Marijuana Use While Patients Await TrialMarijuana use shouldn't be banned while people await trail. That's according to a bill that passed the Colorado Legislature Monday.
Denver One Of The Best Places For Women In Tech JobsWomen have a much better chance at finding tech jobs in Denver than many other places.
Dems Force 1-Week Delay On Panel Vote On Supreme Court PickSenate Democrats on Monday forced a one-week delay in a committee vote on President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, who remains on track for confirmation with solid Republican backing.
Police Investigating Early Morning ShootingPolice are investigating a shooting that happened early Monday morning.
Arsenal Conducts Prescribed Burn Of Dozens Of AcresA prescribed burn is being conducted at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal.
Chipotle Unveils New TV SeriesChipotle just unveiled a new TV series.
Refugee Children Outfitted With Donated ClothingDozens of refugee children have new clothes thanks to the Denver Health Foundation.
Senate Panel To Meet On Supreme Court Nominee, Delay LikelyThe Senate Judiciary Committee will meet Monday to consider the nomination of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, but Democrats are expected to delay the vote until next week.
Plow Driver Clears Way For Ambulance On A CallVideo shows a plow driver clearing the road for an ambulance during our snowstorms last Friday.
Denver's Dobby Is Showing 'Great Progress'The Denver Zoo has some good news on Dobby the giraffe.
Ride The B-Cycle For FreeRiders can use Denver's B-Cycle program for free.
CU To Hold Closed-Door Meeting To 'Receive Legal Advice'The University of Colorado's Board of Regents will hold a closed-door meeting Monday.
City To Hold Study Session On Sanctuary City StatusAurora's city council will hold a special study session on its status as a sanctuary city.
United Airlines: Customers 'Welcome' To Wear LeggingsUnited Airlines says regular-paying flyers are welcome to wear leggings aboard its flights, even though two teenage girls were barred by a gate agent from boarding a flight from Denver to Minneapolis on Sunday because of their attire.
It May Be Easier To Change The Gender On Birth CertificatesColorado lawmakers are taking another look at a bill that would make it easier to change the gender on your birth certificate.
Blue Bell Ice Cream Returns To ColoradoBlue Bell ice cream is coming back to Colorado.
More Concerns After Sexual Assault Near Fraternity HouseAnother reported sexual assault at the University of Denver has campus safety officers reminding students to travel in groups.
Musicians Without Pay After Abrupt End To NonprofitDozens of Colorado musicians say they are out thousands of dollars after the abrupt end of a musical nonprofit.

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