The Maven Hotel Will Be Featured During Doors Open DenverDoors Open Denver will celebrate architecture and design throughout the city this weekend, and one of the highlights is a new downtown hotel.
Student Brewery Opening At CSU Thanks To Equipment From CoorsStudents in CSU's Fermentation Science and Technology program will get hands-on training thanks to equipment donated by Molson Coors Brewing Company.
No Sign Yet Of Well Leak In Fatal Home ExplosionColorado regulators say they've found no signs of natural gas leaks after a fatal explosion at a home near a gas well but they're still running tests.
2 Found Dead Identified In Murder-SuicideThe Arapahoe County Coroner has identified the two men found dead in a home in Centennial on Wednesday as those involved in a murder-suicide.
Massive Music Festival In Denver One Step Closer To RealityThe City and County of Denver is moving forward in the process to host a massive three-day music and art festival at Overland Park Golf Course.
Abandoned Building Transforming Into Affordable HousingConstruction crews are breaking ground on a new affordable housing complex in Lakewood that was once an abandoned office building.
Child Found Dead In New Homicide InvestigationPolice in Broomfield are in the midst of a death investigation.
Thieves Targeting Mailboxes In Mountain CommunitiesInvestigators are working to catch thieves targeting mailboxes in rural Summit and Grand counties.
Colorado Researchers To Embark On Large-Scale Wildfire Smoke StudyResearchers in Colorado are set to embark on the first large-scale study of how smoke from wildfires in the West impacts our environment.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's New Baby Giraffe Gender RevealedThe Cheyenne Mountain Zoo announced the gender of their new baby giraffe.
Neighbors Want Answers After Surprise Development In Explosion InvestigationResidents in Firestone are questioning their safety after Anadarko announced it will close more than 3,000 vertical wells across Colorado.
Colorado Landmark Targeted Under New Executive OrderPresident Trump signed an executive order requiring the review of dozens of national monuments designated over the last two decades.
Teen Sexting Law Closer To Agreement In ColoradoA teen-sexting law that has eluded Colorado lawmakers for years appears to be moving closer to reality.
ICE Arrests Immigrant With No Criminal History Who Was Called 'Not A Priority'Ana Sauzameda stood 200 feet from the red stone building where immigration agents were holding her husband knowing it may be the closest she ever gets to him.
Petroleum Company Shuts Down Thousands Of Wells After Fatal House ExplosionAnadarko Petroleum Corporation is shutting down wells after a fatal house explosion in Firestone.
Study: Traffic Gridlocks Keeping Weekend Skiers Feeling 'Down'Thousands of Front Range skiers say they are skipping some ski trips because they are fed up with the weekend traffic gridlock along the Interstate 70 mountain corridor.
It Could Start Costing More To Enjoy Colorado's OutdoorsOutdoor recreation in Colorado could become "pay to play." The price to hunt, fish, hike and bike would increase under a bill at the state Capitol.
Sanctuary Euthanizes Lions, Tigers & Bears After Move Request DeniedThere's a sad story in Elbert County after a wildlife sanctuary euthanized all of its animals -- a total of 11 animals -- lions, tigers, and bears.
Mobile Laundry Truck Helps Everyone Get Clean ClothesA mobile laundry truck is helping people in need have a chance at something most people take for granted-- clean clothes.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Welcomes Baby GiraffeThe Cheyenne Mountain Zoo has welcomed a new baby giraffe.
Deputies Investigating After 2 Found Dead In HomeDeputies in Arapahoe County are investigating after two people were found dead in a home Wednesday evening.
ICE Deports Colorado Mother Back To MexicoThe U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has deported a mother from Colorado back to Mexico.
Netflix Series On Teen Suicide Causes Concern In SchoolsA controversial new series about teen suicide is causing serious discussions among parents and students in Douglas County.
Chef Offers Recipe For Chronically Ill Students' SuccessA Denver chef, restaurateur and a one-of-a-kind school are joining forces for a healthier future. "Eat. Drink. Donate." is a campaign to help chronically ill children with both funding and fresh food, a great pairing.
Suspicious Device Found In Parking LotPolice in Arvada investigated a suspicious device found in a parking lot in the shopping complex near 52nd and Wadsworth.
Police Arrest Man In Suspected Stolen Car With His Infant SonThere was quite a surprise for a Thornton police officer after he pulled over a driver in a suspected stolen car.
Denver Art Musem Exclusive U.S. Host For Degas ExhibitionThe Denver Art Museum will be the sole American venue to host "Degas: A Passion for Perfection."
Colorado May Bar Officers From Helping With Marijuana CrackdownColorado may prohibit law enforcement officers from assisting in a potential federal marijuana crackdown.
Activists: Man Who Once Sought Refuge In Church DetainedA Mexican man who once sought sanctuary from deportation in a Colorado church was detained by federal immigration agents Wednesday morning as he went to a warehouse to get tile to install on a job, his wife said Wednesday.
Denver Police To Hold Prescription Drug Take-Back EventThe Denver Police Department will hold a prescription drug take-back event this Saturday.