Deputy Director Of Crime Lab Resigns, Accused Of Altering Crime Scene ReportsThe deputy director of Denver’s crime lab, Walter Greene, has resigned in the face of a wide ranging internal investigation that found numerous ethical and procedural violations.
Students Rally In Support Of Transgender RightsStudents joined about 50 other students to rally in support of transgender rights on Monday.
Trump Supporters Gather For 'Spirit Of America' RallySupporters of President Donald Trump gathered at the state Capitol in Denver on Monday for a "Spirit of America" rally.
Aerosol Fumes At Waste Facility Send 3 To HospitalThree people were taken to the hospital Monday afternoon after an aerosol container released fumes at a waste management facility.
Logging Helps Keep Colorado's Water CleanDenver Water is teaming up with federal and state forest services to take care of water sheds and keep drinking water clean.
2 Dead After Small Plane Crashes Into ReservoirA small plane crashed into a reservoir in Larimer County Monday morning and the two people on board did not survive.
Colorado Man Shot At Naval Air StationNavy officials in Virginia are identifying a sailor fatally shot by a Naval Air Station Oceana security officer.
Man Sentenced In Car Thefts That Led To Woman's DeathThe man who stole two vehicles in a hit-and-run that led to the death of a woman was sentenced on Monday.
Mosque Vandalized, Police Search For SuspectsPolice are investigating vandalism at a mosque after a rock was thrown through a window.
Colorado Considers Felony For Tampering With Oil, Gas DrillsA Republican proposal to increase penalties for tampering with oil and gas equipment has cleared an important hurdle.
Bill Would Ask Voters If They Want To Change TABORTwo Colorado Republicans want to loosen a constitutional restriction on how much revenue the state can receive without having to issue tax refunds.
2nd Teen Accused In High School Murder Plot Appears In CourtThe second of two teens accused in a murder plot at their high school appeared before a judge on Monday morning. Sienna Johnson has been accused of making threats against Mountain Vista High School.
'American In Paris' At The Buell: Same Music, Different Storyline Than 1951 FilmBroadway musical “An American in Paris” is coming to Denver and features beloved Gershwin music, but a slightly different story line from the 1951 movie.
Gardner Invites Coloradans To Join Him In Virtual Town HallSen. Cory Gardner is inviting Coloradoans to join him on a telephone town hall this week.
Hickenlooper Not Sure Feds Could Shut Down Pot IndustryGov. John Hickenlooper is sharing his thoughts about the future of the marijuana industry in Colorado just days after the Trump administration said the Department of Justice was going to step up enforcement of laws prohibiting the recreational use of marijuana.
Friends, Family Say Murdered Man Died A 'Hero'Denver police continue to search for the suspect in a deadly shooting in downtown Denver. Friends and family members of Clarence Thomas say he died a hero.
A Big Show Of Support For Law Enforcement OfficersIn an effort to boost moral for law enforcement officers across the state, dozens gathered in Douglas County Sunday afternoon to show their appreciation to law enforcement.
Pet Turtle Safe And Warm After Rescue On Vail PassA pet turtle is safe and warm after being rescued by firefighters following a crash on Vail Pass.
Snowboarder Suffers Life-Threatening Injuries After Crash In Terrain ParkA snowboarder who crashed in a terrain park at Eldora Mountain Resort suffered a life-threatening head injury 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.
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.
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.