Mesa Verde Shuts Down Due To SnowMesa Verde National Park says they are closed Tuesday due to the snow.
What Would It Be Like To Land On Pluto? NASA Gives Us An IdeaNASA made a movie of what it'd be like to land on the distant dwarf planet of Pluto.
Bomb Threat Suspect Ordered To Halfway HouseThe man arrested by the FBI for allegedly writing a note about a bomb on board a United Airlines plane appeared in court on Tuesday morning.
Westbound Lanes Of Highway 36 Open After CrashesSeveral crashes contributed to the closure of Highway 36 on Tuesday morning.
CDOT Offers New Ride For Skiers, BoardersThe Colorado Department of Transportation wants to ease congestion on Interstate 70 for at least two Saturdays next month.
Bill Targets Online Weed Advertising By Unlicensed SellersA proposed bill at the state Capitol would target anyone who sells pot online without a license to sell marijuana.
New Amazon Facility Being Built To Speed Up DeliveriesPlans announced on Monday for a new Amazon Fulfillment center in Aurora certainly comes as great news for job hunters. The announcement will also almost certainly mean improved delivery service for online customers.
Review: Officers Who Shot, Killed Teen Acted 'Appropriately'The Denver police officers who shot and killed a teen who was driving toward them in a stolen car nearly two years ago acted "appropriately" according to a review involving multiple agencies.
Denver Fog Forces Flight Delays At DIAHeavy fog is causing numerous flight problems at Denver International Airport on Tuesday morning.
Proposed Bill Would Allow Wire Taps In Sex Trafficking CasesA committee at the state Capitol will consider a bill designed to crack down on human sex trafficking. The measure would allow law enforcement to use wire taps while investigating sex and labor trafficking.
Puffer Patrol Targets Unattended Cars Left RunningPolice in Denver have a warning for drivers who want to warm up their vehicles before heading out on their morning commute: don't leave your car unattended while running or you will get a ticket.
Police Want Feedback On Use Of Force PolicyThe Denver Police Department wants feedback to changes in its use of force policy in the first of three community meetings on Tuesday.
Diversity Grant Program Suspended At CSUColorado State University is temporarily suspending its diversity grant program after a lawsuit.
Bill Would Grant Immunity To People Who Rescue Kids, Pets From Hot CarsSome Colorado lawmakers want to offer protection to Good Samaritans who want to rescue kids and animals.
New Research Aims To Extend Lifespan Of Dogs, Are Humans Next?A Labrador retriever living in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood may soon be on the cutting edge of aging research.
'I've Shed More Tears Over Those Cubs': Man Sentenced For Shooting BearsA Jefferson County judge has sentenced an Evergreen man to two years of probation for shooting two bears outside his home in September 2015.
Colorado Court Says Cops Can Destroy Pot, Not Save ItColorado police can resume destroying marijuana seized in a criminal investigation, thanks a state Supreme Court ruling that reverses years of requirements that police store marijuana as personal property.
Troopers: Drivers May Not Know They Struck A ManOne man is dead after being struck and possibly run over by multiple vehicles early Monday morning.
Denver Health Improves Regional Ebola Treatment CenterDenver Health Medical Center (DHMC) is now better equipped to care for patients with Ebola and other highly infectious diseases.
Red Rocks Announces Concert LineupMusic fans, rejoice! Red Rocks just announced a bulk of their summer concert series.
Sanctuary Cities Threat Could Cost Colorado Cities MillionsDenver has long been known as a sanctuary city for illegal immigrants even though it has no formal policy to that effect.
No Punishment For Denver Officers Who Shot, Killed TeenagerTwo Denver officers involved in a fatal shooting that sparked angry protests and followed high-profile killings by police elsewhere in the country will not be disciplined, officials said Monday.
Colorado GOP Chairman Says Won't Run For Re-ElectionThe chairman of Colorado's Republican Party says he won't run for re-election this year.
Lifelong Teacher Honored With School DedicationA new school was dedicated on Monday that honored a lifelong teacher in Denver.
Burning Car Found Near Light Rail TracksA burning car was found near the light rail tracks along Interstate 225 during the morning commute on Monday.
Dogs Blamed For Killing 12 Animals At Nonprofit FarmA dozen animals were killed by other animals over the weekend at a nonprofit farm for children.
Spectacular First Images Released From GOES-16 Weather SatelliteGOES-16, formerly known as GOES-R, launched from Florida on Nov. 19 after a brief delay due to Hurricane Matthew.
2 Arrested In Shooting, Chase & CrashOfficers arrested two people in connection with a shooting that led to a police pursuit and crash.
City Councilman Celebrates After Cancer BattleA Denver city councilman hit the slopes to celebrate after doctors initially told him he would never snowboard again.
After Women's Marches, Can Numbers Translate To Real Change?After millions took to the streets nationwide on Saturday, the question remains whether the demonstrations will make a difference.