Colorado Court Issues Striking Marijuana Evidence ChangeColorado police can resume destroying marijuana seized in a criminal investigation, thanks a state Supreme Court ruling that reverses years of requirements that police store marijuana as personal property.
Burning Car Found Near Light Rail TracksA burning car was found near the light rail tracks along Interstate 225 during the morning commute on Monday.
Dogs Blamed For Killing 12 Animals At Nonprofit FarmA dozen animals were killed by other animals over the weekend at a nonprofit farm for children.
Spectacular First Images Released From GOES-16 Weather SatelliteGOES-16, formerly known as GOES-R, launched from Florida on Nov. 19 after a brief delay due to Hurricane Matthew.
2 Arrested In Shooting, Chase & CrashOfficers arrested two people in connection with a shooting that led to a police pursuit and crash.
City Councilman Celebrates After Cancer BattleA Denver city councilman hit the slopes to celebrate after doctors initially told him he would never snowboard again.
After Women's Marches, Can Numbers Translate To Real Change?After millions took to the streets nationwide on Saturday, the question remains whether the demonstrations will make a difference.
Watch: Elk Walks Into Estes Park StoreFile it under something you don't see every day, but an elk decided to do a little shopping in Estes Park.
Officer Shoots Man Carrying Pellet GunPolice in northern Colorado say a man shot and wounded by an officer had been carrying a pellet gun.
Colorado Moves To Eliminate Black-Market Internet Pot AdsWeed on Craigslist? It is widely for sale in Colorado, but legislation moving through the state Legislature aims to crack down on those who sell marijuana illegally using online ads.
Federal Judge Denies Aetna-Humana Insurer MergerA federal judge has rejected health insurer Aetna's plan to buy rival Humana Inc. for about $34 billion and become a major player in the market for Medicare Advantage coverage.
DU Students, Faculty Walk Out For 'Climate Justice'On Monday morning dozens of students and faculty members at the University of Denver walked out to protest what they claim is the Trump administration's climate change denial.
Troopers: Drivers May Not Know They Struck A ManOne man is dead after being struck and possibly run over by multiple vehicles early Monday morning.
Boarders, Skiers Scammed By Bogus Lift TicketsPolice in Vail are warning skiers and snowboarders about bogus ski ticket sales.
More Road Closures At Arapahoe Road & I-25Crews will close Arapahoe Road under Interstate 25 for a second night Monday starting at 10 p.m. and going until 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Driver Pleads Guilty In Crash That Killed ReporterThe man who struck and killed reporter for the Denver Post last summer pleaded guilty on Monday.
United Airlines Passengers Back In The Air After GlitchUnited Airlines passengers were getting back in the air at Denver International Airport on Monday morning after a ground hold on Sunday cancelled and delayed dozens of flights.
Hit & Run Leaves Pedestrian With Serious InjuriesPolice are investigating a hit-and-run crash that left a pedestrian with serious injuries.
Kid's Menu Is Just As Unhealthy As It Was 5 Years Ago, Study FindsDespite an apparent countrywide motion towards healthier living, kid's menus are still lagging in the past.
Amazon Bringing 1,000 Jobs To AuroraOnline retail giant Amazon announced it will create 1,000 full-time jobs when it opens its first fulfillment center in Colorado.
Colorado State Patrol Investigates Pedestrian's DeathA pedestrian is dead after being hit by at least one car in Denver.
Event Organizers Hope March Will Have Lasting ImpactOrganizers say an estimated 100,000 to 150,000 people were in attendance for the women's march in Denver on Saturday, more than double the amount of marchers they expected.
11 Animals Slaughtered At Nonprofit Farm For KidsPolice in Denver are investigating the deaths of 11 animals slaughtered overnight on a nonprofit farm for children.
Computer Glitch Grounds Domestic United Airlines FlightsUnited Airlines says all of its domestic flights are grounded on Sunday because of a computer problem.
Man Sentenced After Killing Toddler Because She Soiled HerselfA man will spend 48 years in prison for killing a toddler in Aurora.
Shooting Suspects In Custody After Police Pursuit Ends In CrashPolice in Aurora said they were involved in a pursuit with a vehicle wanted in connection with a shooting.
Dozens Rescued After Tour Bus Gets Stranded On Snowy PassA tour bus bound for Telluride got stuck atop Lizard Head Pass on Sunday.
Hiker Lost In Deep Snow Found By Skiers Lucky To Be AliveOfficials with Rocky Mountain National Park say a hiker is lucky to be alive after getting lost in the backcountry Friday and spending the night in deep snow.
Some Residents Not Surprised By Shooting At WalmartPolice in Aurora say a suspect is on the loose after shooting a man in Saturday afternoon.
Call Of Burglary, Stabbing Ends With Officer-Involved ShootingA suspect was transported to Medical Center of the Rockies Saturday after a Fort Collins police officer shot him.