Contractor Accused Of Swindling Colorado Homeowners Arrested In IllinoisA Colorado contractor was arrested for allegedly cheating several homeowners out of tens of thousands of dollars.
Colorado Veterinarian Agrees With Cincinnati Zoo's Decision To Kill GorillaCincinnati police are now investigating possible charges against the parents of a 3-year-old boy who fell into a gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo.
2 Missing Highlands Ranch Boys Found Safe Two boys from Highlands Ranch who were reported missing Tuesday afternoon were later found safe at around 9 p.m.
Rafting Companies Predict A Great Season On Colorado's WaterwaysImpressive snowpack has Colorado rafting companies excited about the summer season and they're hoping for big crowds.
Aurora Residents Happy To See Old Regatta Plaza Get DemolishedDemolition teams are taking down an old strip mall in Aurora.
Metal Rods Support DU Gymnast’s ComebackHer career almost ended because of painful leg fractures. But this year, a talented gymnast scored a first for the University of Denver thanks to her determination and the expertise of an orthopedic surgeon at UCHealth.
Colorado GOP Launches Effort To Attract More VeteransNational and Colorado Republican Party leaders announced Tuesday a new push to attract votes from veterans who may not otherwise be planning to cast a ballot in the 2016 election.
Judge Nixes Lawsuit Against Keyser's GOP Ballot SpotA judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to remove Jon Keyser from Colorado's Republican U.S. Senate primary.
Man With Missing Teeth, Dreadlocks Steals Money Bags From Macy'sPolice in Denver are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a man they say stole money bags from a Macy’s store.
Police Release Image Of Suspect In Armed Robbery Of Champa MartPolice in Denver would like the public’s help identifying a robbery suspect.
Man Sought After Woman Found Shot To Death In Colorado SpringsPolice are searching for man wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of a Colorado Springs woman.
Bear Put Down After Scratching WomanWildlife officers put down a black bear after the animal scratched a woman who was trying to get her dogs out of danger.
Fall Of Sports Authority Reignites Fight Over Mile High NameThe demise of Sports Authority has reignited a fight in Colorado over the future of the Denver Broncos' stadium, a place long tied to the city's identity.
DIA Looking For 400+ People To Fill JobsThere are more than 400 jobs open at Denver International Airport and those interested can apply at an upcoming job fair.
Lace Up For Global Running Day On WednesdayGlobal Running Day is Wednesday where runners across the globe will lace up their running shoes to honor the sport.
Red Cross Volunteers From Colorado Help With Texas FloodingSome Red Cross volunteers from Colorado and Wyoming traveled to Texas to help with the flooding in that state.
Colorado Court: Ski Resorts Not Liable For AvalanchesColorado's top court says ski resorts can't be held liable for avalanches within their boundaries.
Women Sue City Over Topless Ban, Calling It DiscriminatoryA growing movement to remove laws against women going topless is headed to court in Colorado.
Highest Open Air Pool In Denver Gets Mile High MakeoverThe Mile High City's highest pool received a makeover on Tuesday. The Warwick Hotel upgraded it's iconic rooftop pool with a new version thanks to a very tall crane.
Investigators: Murder Victim Burned Beyond RecognitionCourt documents have revealed disturbing details in the murder and arson investigation at a bagel shop in Denver's Five Points neighborhood.
Mount Evans Highway To Open June 1The Mount Evans Highway will open to the summit on Wednesday morning.
Trump: List Of Veterans' Organizations That Received DonationsPresumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has released the list of veterans’ organization that received the $5.6 million he raised at an event.
Water Main Break Disrupts Traffic, Impacts HomesA six-inch water main break disrupted service to some homes on Tuesday morning. It took crews about six hours to repair the break.
6th Grader Challenges Hickenlooper To Take Bite Out Of Lyme DiseaseGov. John Hickenlooper openly puckered up at the state Capitol on Tuesday after completing the "Take a Bite Out of Lyme Disease" challenge.
'Most Caring Person': Girl Remembered After Hit By SUV While Riding BikeFriends and family gathered to remember an 11-year-old girl who was struck by an SUV while riding her bicycle. Aundrea Plunkett suffered massive internal injuries and died days later.
Royal Gorge Railroad To Resume Service After Conductor DeathThe scenic railroad through Colorado's Royal Gorge will begin running again Wednesday following the death of one of its conductors.
3 Tornadoes Strike Northeastern Colorado, Destroy BarnThree tornadoes hit northeastern Colorado on Monday afternoon, one was on the ground for about 13 minutes and destroyed a barn in Logan County.
Retired Sailor Honors Fallen Colorado Veterans With BugleA retired sailor is using his bugle to honor fallen Colorado veterans on Memorial Day Weekend. The bugle call from a lone sailor echoed through Fort Logan National Cemetery on Monday.
Denver Girl Determined To Fight Lyme DiseaseLyme disease affects about 300,000 people in the U S every year. One of them, an 11-year-old from Denver, has made educating people about Lyme disease her cause.
Travelers Surprised By Short Security Lines At DIA On Memorial DayTens of thousands of people are preparing to fly home after the long holiday weekend, and many travelers were surprised the security lines were shorter than expected considering the recent troubles with the TSA.

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Latest Forecast: One More Day of Isolated Storms, Then Dry and WarmerFewer storms and not as strong as Mondays came Tuesday...even less in the way of storms on Wednesday. Then warmer and staying dry into the weekend.

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