Students Stuck On School Bus After I-25 ClosedStudents from the Denver School of the Arts were on their way to Santa Fe, New Mexico when they became stranded on Interstate 25 on Friday.
Colorado Ends Decades-Old Switchblade Knife BanSwitchblades and gravity knives that can be flung open from a concealing handle will soon be legal in Colorado.
Pressure Cooker Empty, Business Returns To NormalA business center in Wheat Ridge was evacuated on Friday afternoon after a pressure cooker was found in the shopping center parking lot. Less than two hours later the scene was cleared.
Power Outages Blamed On Broken Poles, RainWidespread power outages on Friday were blamed on a storm that brought a lot of rain to the Front Range.
Black Lives Matter Groups Joining Forces With Wage ActivistsA cluster of Black Lives Matter groups and the organization leading the push for a $15-an-hour wage are joining forces to combine the struggle for racial justice with the fight for economic equality.
Trumps Plot Big Hotel Expansion, Denver Named As Possible SiteThe Trump family is launching a new hotel chain in a bold expansion of a company that critics say is already too big and opaque for an enterprise whose owner sits in the Oval Office.
Police Search For Light Rail Station AttackersPolice in Denver are searching for two man who attacked a victim at a light rail station, seemingly unprovoked.
Colorado's Rural Hospitals Sacrifice Most In Proposed BudgetColorado's rural hospitals would sacrifice the most under a balanced budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year that will be introduced in the Legislature next week — though another pending bill could help fix that.
18-Year-Olds Arrested, Accused Of Lighting Fireworks That Started WildfireTwo 18-year-olds who were allegedly lighting fireworks have been arrested and are accused of causing a 7-acre wildfire that burned a building and forced the closure of a state highway.
Body Cam Captures Code Enforcement Officer Soliciting ProstitutesA body camera turned the tables on an Aurora code enforcement officer who was forced to resign from his job after the camera on him recorded him soliciting prostitutes.
Democrats Oppose Gorsuch, Say He Rules Against WorkersThree additional Democrats said Friday that they will vote against Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and will support a filibuster against him.
Colorado Snow Totals: Storm Drops 18 Inches In LarkspurPrecipitation in the Denver metro area has finished as an overnight snowstorm has moved out. All advisories for the Denver area have been canceled.
Diverging Diamond Pitched As Solution For I-70 & KiplingA diverging diamond interchange plan is being floated by state transportation leaders as a solution to traffic issues at the intersection of Interstate 70 and Kipling Parkway.
Major Road Closures Result From Colorado Winter StormThe blizzard, whiteout conditions from a winter storm south of Denver has forced a major highway closure Friday morning.
Colorado Not Issuing Driver's Licenses Due To Power ProblemsPower issues are affecting services at Division of Motor Vehicles offices across Colorado.
Colorado Schools Close, Flights Canceled In SnowstormSeveral major Colorado school districts have closed on Friday and some flights at DIA are canceled as a winter storm is bringing blizzard conditions to parts of the Front Range.
Race For Colorado's Next Governor Will Be Competitive On Both SidesThe election of Colorado's next governor still a year and a half away, but already four Democrats and three Republicans have announced their candidacy while a powerhouse in Colorado politics now says he's not running.
Denver City Council Members In London During Terror AttackSome Denver city council members and other city officials were in London when a terrorist attack killed four people and left dozens more injured on Wednesday.
Aurora Theater Shooting Victim's Mother Speaks At Gorsuch HearingThe mother of an Aurora theater shooting victim testified during the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.
Murals Get Makeover After VandalismA mural on the Cherry Creek Trail that was vandalized got a makeover on Thursday.
Firefighters Stretch Hose From Station To Burning HomeSome firefighters in Parker proved why it's a good thing to live close to the fire station.
Crews Rush To Put Out Auto Body Shop FireFirefighters in Aurora rushed to extinguish a two-alarm fire at an auto body shop on Thursday night.
Questions Arise Over Authenticity Of Doc Holliday's GunThe authenticity of a piece of American Old West history is in question after it was purchased and brought back to Colorado.
Climber Stuck On Red Rocks RescuedCrews rescued a climber stuck on the rocks at Red Rocks.
Police: Miami Taxi Cab Driver Robbed, Beat Tourist From DenverA taxi driver is suspected of robbing a Colorado tourist of $800 following a night at a Miami nightclub.
Snow Plow Crews Prepare For Big Weather ChangeSnow plow crews at the Colorado Department of Transportation prepared for a busy night as blizzard warnings were in effect for much of the Front Range.
Court Decision Could Sway Colorado Battle Over Oil-Gas RulesColorado regulators can put more weight on protecting public health and the environment when they draw up rules for oil and gas drilling, the state's second-highest court said Thursday, giving environmentalists and others a new tool to argue for stricter regulations.
Protests To Health Care Changes Target Colorado Congressional MembersSupporters of the Affordable Care Act protested outside the office of Republican Sen. Cory Gardner Thursday with balloons and signs on the seven-year anniversary of Obamacare becoming law-- the same day Republicans were unable to repeal the landmark health care legislation.
Pipe Bomb Suspect Pleads Not GuiltyA man accused of leaving pipe bombs in the safe in his downtown Denver hotel room and writing the word "explosives" on the closet mirror pleaded not guilty to charges of possession of a destructive device.
Denver Sets Record High Ahead Of Potent Spring StormThe high temperature at Denver International Airport hit 77 degrees at 1:37 p.m. Thursday, which broke the record for this date last set in 2012.

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Latest Forecast: Storm Rapidly Departs, Unsettled Weather To ReturnRain and snow will end along the Front Range before noon on Friday. Dry weather will then prevail through Saturday night. A chance for rain showers returns Sunday.

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