Ted Nugent Endorses George Brauchler For GovernorRock star Ted Nugent is endorsing District Attorney George Brauchler for governor.
Teens Rescued While Rock ClimbingThree teens had to be rescued when they got into a jam while rock climbing.
Arrests Of Illegal Immigrants In Denver Getting National AttentionArrests of illegal immigrants at the front door of Denver's courthouse is getting national attention.
Another Coloradan Missing While Treasure HuntingAnother Coloradan is missing while searching for a treasure supposedly buried in the mountains of New Mexico.
Business Owners, Residents Discuss 16th Street Mall FutureBusiness leaders teamed up with the public to give their opinions on what needs to happen as the campaign to revitalize the 16th Street Mall moves forward.
Arapahoe County Fair Shuts Down Ride After Deadly Accident In OhioHours before the gates opened at the Arapahoe County Fair, amusement rides and attractions were already up and running. All would be open to fair-goers except for one.
Scientists Debate Rocky Flats SafetyWith the opening of the Rocky Flats Wildlife Refuge a few months away, a grass-roots group says it is hoping to get more information about the former nuclear weapon site.
Taylor Swift On Witness List In Upcoming Trial In DenverPop star Taylor Swift is on the witness list of those expected to testify at an upcoming trial involving a former Denver radio DJ.
Vail Resorts Makes 'Epic Promise' For Zero FootprintNot even one pound of trash will head for a landfill after 2030 from Vail Resorts properties under a newly announced "epic promise" to be more environmentally friendly.
Sinkhole Keeps Road Closed Overnight During RepairsCrews are working to repair a large sinkhole on Arapahoe Road after the pavement collapsed, leaving a water-filled hole in the ground.
Formaldehyde Concerns Grow As More Homeowners Discover IssuesWeyerhauser is blaming a fomula change for a problem that has forced evacuations and kept people from hundreds of homes around the country. Formaldehyde inside the basements of the homes have caused odor issues and potential health risks.
Starbucks Closes All Teavana StoresStarbucks is closing all its Teavana stores, including four in Colorado.
U.S. Court Asked To Hold Off On Decision Over Fracking RulesThe Trump administration asked three federal judges from the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday to hold off on a decision regarding a major federal fracking rule implemented by the Obama administration.
Developer Withdraws Plans For Controversial DevelopmentAfter vocal opposition, the developer has decided to withdraw plans for development of Franktown Village, a controversial development in Franktown.
Bar Owner: Denver Firefighters' Behavior 'Shocking, Appalling, Frightening'A Denver bar owner has filed a complaint with the Denver Fire Department, claiming a group of off-duty firefighters drank illegally in his establishment and when he asked them to leave, they not only refused but taunted, bullied and insulted him.
Police Arrest Murder Suspect Days After Deadly ShootingPolice have arrested the man they believe shot and killed another man outside a Walmart store in Longmont.
State Fair Ticket Sales UpColorado State Fair ticket sales are off to a good start a little less than a month from the 2017 State Fair opening.
Navajo Nation Lawmakers Approve Purchase Of Colorado RanchNavajo Nation lawmakers have approved the tribe's planned purchase of a large ranch in south-central Colorado for $23 million.
Give Your Opinion On 16th Street Mall ImprovementsAs the campaign to revitalize the 16th Street Mall moves forward, the people in charge of the project want to hear from the public on what is important to them.
Animals Hit With Blow Darts, Case Unsolved So FarAuthorities in Golden are looking for the person or people responsible for shooting animals with blow darts.
Storm Dumps Over 400 Million Gallons Of Water On Denver SuburbMonsoon storms are known for being packed with tropical moisture and last night lived up to that reputation.
2 Construction Workers Fall 40 Feet At Work SiteTwo construction workers who were working on scaffolding fell and were hurt on Thursday morning in Lone Tree.
Uber Issues Warning About Fake DriversIt may sound like common sense, but the ride sharing company recommends customers double check to make sure they're getting in the right car.
Sink Hole Keeps Road Closed In CentennialA water main break has created a major traffic issue in Arapahoe County that will keep the road closed until Friday afternoon.
5 Cows Shot, Killed On Western Slope Mountain RangeAuthorities say five cows valued at nearly $8,000 were shot in western Colorado in a case of felony criminal mischief.
Under-Staffed Colorado Hospital Lifts 'No-Breaks' MessageState officials say a "no-breaks" message to employees at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo has been revoked.
Police Chief Invites Transgender People To Apply For JobsAurora's police chief is reaching out to the transgender community following President Donald Trump's tweets on Wednesday saying transgender people will not be allowed to serve in the military.
U.S. Conservatism Expands To Final Frontier: City HallFor decades, a well-funded conservative group has helped state lawmakers across the U.S. write legislation to rein in unions, expand charter schools and lower taxes. Now, it's expanding to the final frontier.
Suspicious Device Found At Longmont Justice CenterThe discovery of a suspicious device forced the evacuation of the Longmont Justice Center on Wednesday evening.
No Opposition From Trump As Obama Drilling Rules ContestedA lawsuit contesting new rules for hydraulic fracturing on federal land will get its day in court even though President Donald Trump's administration doesn't intend to implement them.

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