Hockey Players Join To Help Flight Nurse Nearly Killed In CrashFor the second year in a row, toughened hockey players showed a soft side delivering big help to injured flight nurse Dave Repsher over the weekend.
Mourning Community Gathers To Remember Murdered Young MotherA community in mourning gathered to remember the Boulder mother allegedly murdered by the father of her baby.
Protesters Gather Outside ICE Detention CenterA group gathered outside a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in Aurora with signs protesting recent mass deportations.
Man Never Returns From Last Run In Japan, Avalanche To Blamehe search for a Denver man missing in Japan has come to a tragic end.
It's Not A 'Death Sentence' For Those With Heart & Lung IssuesHeart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. To bring awareness to the often silent killer, February is recognized as National Heart Health Month by the Heart Foundation.
Injured Pregnant Snowmobiler Airlifted In Complicated RescueRescue crews coordinated a helicopter rescue for an injured pregnant snowmobiler on Vail Pass on Sunday.
'Baby Boxes,' Other Essentials For Parents Handed OutDenver Public Health is supporting a campaign aimed at saving the lives of newborn babies.
Art Gallery Goes Up In FlamesIt was a busy morning for Colorado Springs firefighters on Saturday.
Black Guns Matter: 'Why Don't We Take Cheesesteaks Away?'In an effort to further educate the urban community about gun usage, the group Black Guns Matter made a stop in Denver to promote safe gun usage.
Hundreds Take Advantage Of Free Dental WorkHundreds of people lined up for free dental work in Aurora on Saturday.
Rally Held To Support Affordable Care Act In DenverHundreds rallied at Civic Center Park on Saturday in support of the Affordable Care Act.
Body Found In Arkansas River In PuebloAuthorities are investigating the discovery of a body floating in the Arkansas River in Pueblo.
Police On Fatal LoDo Shooting: 'We're Doing The Best We Can'An overnight shooting in Denver's LoDo neighborhood killed one man and left another in critical condition.
Man Accused Of Biting Firefighter's Hand, Threatening DeputiesAn Arizona man is accused of hitting and biting a firefighter who tried to help him after a car crash south of Hesperus.
Lockheed Martin To Move Hundreds Of Jobs To ColoradoLockheed Martin is moving hundreds of jobs to Colorado.
Crash Sets Back Mother Needing Specialty Van For Her DaughterA five-car crash totaled a young mother’s car last month and crushed her hopes of buying a specialty van for her special-needs daughter.
Warrant Issued For Deputy In Poaching FeloniesA nationwide warrant has been issued for a former Colorado sheriff's deputy wanted for poaching deer near Elbert.
Alleged Drunk Driver Hits, Critically Injures Little GirlA little girl is in the hospital after an alleged drunk driver hit the mini van she was in.
Sheriff Sued Again For Fatal Shootout That Killed DeputyOne year after Corporal Nate Carrigan was killed while serving an eviction notice, a former employee of the Park County Sheriff’s Department sued the county and the sheriff.
New Topgolf Driving Range Hits A HazardA lawsuit has at least temporarily delayed the construction of massive golf driving range.
RTD Opens New Light Rail LineThe newest line on RTD's light rail system, the R-line, is up and running.
Not All Republican Lawmakers Are Avoiding Town HallsOne of Colorado's Republican leaders held two town hall meetings recently.
Sen. Gardner Town Hall Held Without HimA town hall meeting with Colorado Senator Cory Gardner was held without him.
Dog Shot During Robbery Struggling To SurviveA dog that was shot during a robbery is struggling to survive.
Criminals Using Social Media In 'Sextortion'Denver Police Department is investigating cases of extortion for online sex, or “sextortion,” all reported within the last week.
Another Whole Foods On The Chopping BlockAnother Whole Foods store is set to close.
CDE Missing Background Checks For Hundreds Of TeachersThe Colorado Department of Education has contacted roughly 1,900 veteran teachers and asked them to resubmit their fingerprints. A 2015 federal audit found thousands of teacher files were missing the mandated fingerprints and background checks.
Broadway’s ‘An American In Paris’ Same Music, Different Storyline Than 1951 MovieBroadway musical “An American in Paris” features beloved Gershwin music, but a slightly different story line from the 1951 movie.
Specialty Sports Equipment For Disabled StolenSomeone has ripped off a non-profit that helps disabled people enjoy sports again. A total of $12,000 worth of equipment is gone.
Police Arrest Suspected Gunman Wanted In Civic Center LockdownPolice have arrested the man they believe had a gun and triggered a lockdown at the Englewood Civic Center on Wednesday evening.

Colorado's Weather Center

Latest Forecast: Sunshine Ends Weekend With Snow On The Wayots of action on the weather map this weekend. A small batch of dry air with a weak ridge of high pressure will deliver lots of sunshine across the state for Sunday.

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