Police Seek Public's Help After Woman Found With Head WoundsPolice are investigating a bizarre case of a 50-year-old woman found screaming with head wounds in a Brighton parking lot.
Police Need Help Identifying Suspect Who Stole Police GearA police officer's gun, tactical vest and part of his uniform have been stolen and authorities are worried they could be used in a police impersonation incident.
Drivers Should Prepare For Snowy Mountain RoadsDrivers traveling into the High Country should prepare for snowy and icy conditions on the roadways.
Homeless Camp 'Sweeps' Flap Comes To A Head At City Council MeetingDenver city councilmembers got an earful Monday night from a group of homeless people who accuse the city of inhumane treatment.
'Discouraging, Frustrating': Pricey Tools Stolen From Habitat For HumanityA Colorado Habitat for Humanity group is out more than $2,500 after someone stole specialized tools from one of its construction sites.
Personal Breathalyzer Helps Change Behaviors Around Drinking & DrivingThe Colorado Department of Transportation did a study showing that a personal breathalyzer can keep people from drinking and driving.
Charity Hopes 'Colorado Gives Day' Can Help With Rebound After Sports Authority BankruptcyA Colorado charity is hoping it can gain more backers on Colorado Gives Day following a massive budget shortfall because of Sports Authority’s bankruptcy.
Aches And Pains Of Weather Change: Not All In Your HeadA weather change is just around the corner. Can you feel it? Two in three people can, and they know well before the weather even hits.
Fliers Identify Alleged Neighborhood White SupremacistsOminous fliers are being distributed throughout an area of East Denver. Tucked onto car windshields were warnings fliers that read, "Community Notice … White supremacists live in this neighborhood … Please be aware and stay safe."
HIV-Positive Surgical Tech Behind Bars, AgainThe surgery technician who pleaded guilty to taking fentanyl from patients at Swedish Medical Center and sentenced to 6 ½ years in prison last month is back in police custody.
Santa Claus Makes 'Virtual' Visit To Young Patients In HospitalThe holidays can be a tough time for young patients in the hospital as many times they are too sick to visit Santa Claus.
Hammers & Angels Help Families In NeedFor the past four years, radio station KBPI has been asking listeners to nominate families who need help with their homes. Families who have a story that inspires others to help and give.
Coyote Attacks On Pets Continue, Residents Worried About ChildrenThere's a warning for pet owners about coyote attacks after at least two dogs and a chicken have been killed.
Justin Bieber To Perform In DenverJustin Bieber will perform for fans in Denver next summer.
Postal Service Expects 12% Increase In Packages This YearThis year the U.S. Postal Service expects a 12 percent increase in packages this holiday season for a total of 16 billion nationwide.
Medina Alert Issued After Pedestrian Killed In Hit & RunA Medina Alert has been issued following a fatal hit-and-run in Colorado Springs Sunday night.
New 'Climbing Lane' On I-25 On Berthoud Hill Close To OpeningThere is good news for drivers in Northern Colorado as a new climbing lane is set to open on Interstate 25 near Berthoud this week.
Snow & Coldest Air In Nearly 2 Years Heading Toward DenverA blast of arctic chill is on the way to Colorado behind a strong cold front.
Get Your 'Frozen The Musical' Tickets Next SpringFrozen The Musical opens next year at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and those who want tickets can sign up for alerts on box office dates.
Bobcat Spotted Peering Into Sand Dunes Visitor CenterWith cold weather moving in, it looks like everyone is trying to find a place to keep warm.
Grief Counselors Help Students After Classmate KilledGrief counselors attended Legacy High School Monday morning after helping students cope with the loss of one of their own over the weekend.
DeGette Hopes Biomedical Research Bill Passes SenateThe U.S. House of Representatives has already passed a landmark bill to modernize America's biomedical research system. Now, Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette hopes the bill passes the Senate next week.
Police Warn Of 'Puffing' DangersAs the temperatures continue to drop, police in Denver are warning drivers about the dangers of puffing, or leaving your vehicle running unattended.
Guns n' Roses Announces Denver Tour StopRock n' roll icons Guns n' Roses are returning to Denver this summer.
Student Struck, Killed While Crossing StreetThe Legacy High School community is mourning the loss of 16-year-old student Jory Coates after they say he was struck and killed by a driver in Westminster Saturday morning.
Ski Resorts Back On Track After Slow Start To SeasonDespite a slow start with delayed openings at most high country resorts earlier this month, places like Vail are back on track.
Big, Bad Bikers Show Their Soft Spot For KidsThe boys and girls at Children's Hospital got a little holiday cheer after toys were dropped off by Santa Claus, firefighters and more than 1,000 Harley-Davidson riders.
Witness: Children Nearly Caught In Crossfire Before Officer-Involved ShootingA Thornton police officer is on paid administrative leave as a critical incident team investigates a shooting at an apartment building.
Animals Missing After Fire Destroys Family's Home In BaileyA family in Bailey needs a new place to live after a fire destroyed their home.
Navy Christens Submarine USS Colorado In Shipyard CeremonyAnnie Mabus smashed a bottle of sparkling wine from a Denver vineyard against the Navy's newest attack submarine Saturday, christening it the Colorado.