'We Are Relieved': Hickenlooper Reacts To Latest GOP Health Care FailureGov. John Hickenlooper issued a statement in response to Senate leadership’s decision to pull the Graham-Cassidy bill.
Pot Taxes Help With Homeless Transitional HousingTaxes from the sale of marijuana are helping those struggling with addiction get off the streets.
A-Basin, Loveland Making Snow With Aim Of October OpeningThe race to become the first ski resort in Colorado to open for the season has begun.
Neighborhood In The Highlands Gets Historic District StatusA Denver neighborhood was granted historic district status in a decision many in the city's Highlands area have been fighting for.
Man Arrested After Allegedly Threatening Trail Users With HatchetA man is behind bars after allegedly threatening several people with a hatchet on Mount Herman Trail near Monument.
Display Of Confederate Flag During High School Game Still In QuestionSchool leaders investigating claims of a Confederate flag displayed during a football game are still trying to figure out what happened.
Forged In Tragedy, Gigantic Dinner Now Brings Mountain Town TogetherA total of 400 tables, 3,600 chairs and 2,000 pounds of meat. That's what it takes to bring a small town together.
Amazon Taking New Step To Deter Porch PiratesOver the weekend a woman was caught on camera stealing a package from a front doorstep in Colorado. It's part of a increase in porch piracy.
With Temperature Drop, Coloradans Reminded About Carbon Monoxide DetectorsAs people in Colorado begin firing up their home heating systems, it's important to make sure that carbon monoxide detectors are installed and working properly.
How Teens Are Helping Other Teens With Suicide PreventionIt took two suicide attempts before a teen found a reason to live and began to wonder if teens hold the answer to the youth suicide problem.
Man With Hatchet Threatens People On Trail Where Cyclist Was KilledThere's a new twist in the unsolved shooting death of cyclist Tim Watkins in Monument.
Former School Security Guard Pleads Not Guilty To Sexual Assault On A ChildA former security guard with Cherry Creek Schools appeared in court on Monday where he pleaded not guilty to having sex with a student.
Virtual Visits With Hospitalized Preemies Give Parents Peace Of MindPremature babies often spend months in intensive care in the hospital. It's difficult for parents to be there 24/7, but there is a way for them to see and bond with the baby from a distance: a live stream right from the hospital incubator.
First Fall Storm Dumps 11" Of Snow On Colorado's Grand MesaThe snow prompted the National Weather Service to issue their first winter weather advisory of the season.
Longmont Considers Retail, Medical Pot ShopsLongmont could be the next city in Colorado to open pot shops.
Investigators Track Down Puppy Scam OperatorThe Douglas County Sheriff's Office says they've tracked down a scammer who cheated a Highlands Ranch woman out of hundreds of dollars.
'I Hope We Can Work Together': Gardner On Health CareSen. Cory Gardner talked about the new GOP health care proposal and the NFL during an interview on the CBS show "Face the Nation."
Heaviest Rain In Nearly 50 Days Broke Daily Record In DenverWhile most of the state saw a cloudy, cool and rainy weekend accumulating snow fell in elevations above 9,000 feet.
Mobile Vote Center Debuts On National Voter Registration DayColorado has one of the highest voter registrations in the country. Last year, 87 percent of those eligible to vote in Colorado are registered, the largest in the country. Now, there's still a campaign to register more.
USOC: Denver Among Cities Considered For Winter Olympics HostLeaders of the U.S. Olympic Committee say they are interested in hosting a Winter Olympics, either in 2026 or 2030 and Denver is among the cities.
Federal Boulevard Changes Include Focus On Pedestrian SafetyPedestrian deaths along Federal Boulevard have some calling for a plan to make the street safer and commit to funding those changes.
Von Miller Ads Being Pulled After Anthem ProtestBroncos linebacker Von Miller may be out an endorsement deal as a result of kneeling during the national anthem.
I-25 Closures Through Tech Center Months After Semi FireNearly four months after a semi burst into flames on Interstate 25 in the Tech Center, repairs are scheduled to be finished this week.
2 Hospitalized After High Levels Of Carbon Monoxide Found In HomeFirefighters in Denver rushed two people to the hospital after they found high levels of carbon monoxide inside a home.
Jury Selection Begins For Teen Accused Of Killing Ex-GirlfriendJury selection began Monday for a teenager accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and taking her body to western Colorado.
1 Rescued After Getting Stuck On Island In PlatteFirefighters had to rescue someone Sunday after they got stuck on an island in the Platte River.
Officials Dispute Claims Of Confederate Flag, Racist Slurs At GameWeld School District officials Sunday called a Denver high school principal's claims of racism false and unfair.
Front Of Building Collapses, Businesses EvacuatedFirefighters were called out Sunday after part of a building collapsed.
Angry Veteran Donating His Broncos GearLauritzen planned to donate all of his jerseys, coats and other Broncos gear to a used clothing store.
Two Men Accused Of Stealing Guns After Pot Purchase FailsTwo 23-year-old men are being held without bond on federal charges in Denver following their indictment in a gun store burglary.