Burglar Hits Up High-End Shopping Area, Leaves With Almost NothingA burglar hit a high-end Denver shopping area but didn't get away with much. Store owners say the damage costs them more than the theft itself.
Police Seek Suspect in Overnight Colfax MurderDenver police are looking for the gunman who killed one man and injured another in an overnight shooting on the 500 block of East Colfax Avenue in Denver.
Search On For Missing Endangered TeenAuthorities in Douglas County would like the public’s help locating a missing endangered teen.
Xcel Energy Blames New Meter After Bill Triples In AmountA family in the Denver metro area had some questions for Xcel Energy after their utility bill increased three-fold when they got a new meter.
Former Youth Pastor Sentenced To 90 Days In Jail, Supervised ProbationA judge in Arapahoe County has sentenced a former youth pastor who worked in Parker and Littleton to jail for sexual assault o a child by a person in a position of trust.
600 Wild Horses Targeted In RoundupThe Bureau of Land Management estimates there are 600 wild horses in a herd near Craig targeted for a roundup next month.
Imagine A High Speed Train In The MountainsOne Colorado man has imagined a high speed train that would carry commuters and tourists along a 110-mile trip between Salida and Eagle.
Investigators: 'Social Media Hysteria' Surrounds Clown ThreatsParents around the state are being told to calm down over threatening email posts claiming that people dressed as clowns are coming to hurt their children. So far, all the threats have been described as hoaxes.
Excess Fluid Found In Lungs Of Sisters Who Died In ParadiseAutopsies determined that a Denver competitive figure skater and her sister, who were found dead Sept. 22 at Seychelles resort, died from excess fluid in their lungs, according to the Associated Press.
Police Capture Uncooperative AlligatorPolice in Thornton worked to capture an uncooperative alligator earlier this week.
Memorial Bike Ride Planned For Hit & Run VictimA memorial bike ride has been organized in honor of a cyclist killed by a hit-and-run driver.
Firefighters Hope To Reunite Owner With RingNorth Metro Fire Rescue firefighters hope to find the owner of a ring that turned up in a donation boot over Labor Day weekend.
Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson To Campaign In ColoradoThe Libertarian candidate for president, Gary Johnson, will campaign in the Denver metro area next week.
Former Firefighter Pleads Guilty To Indecent ExposureA former Denver firefighter, accused of exposing himself to young girls at a store in a shopping mall, has pleaded guilty.
Diabetes Class Offering 'Life Changing' InformationThe YMCA of Metropolitan Denver is offering Diabetes Prevention Program classes that are helping people battle their diagnosis of pre-diabetes.
New Simulator Designed To Improve Officer Training, SafetyThe Denver Police Department has a new tool that is designed to prevent deadly shootings and improve public safety.
Artists Rehabilitate Dilapidated Stretch Of Denver ViaductTake the roar of Interstate 70 traffic and shaking steel girders overhead, add the rolling procession of oil trains nearby, and you have one very high-decibel emerging art scene in north Denver.
Police: Motorcyclist Speeding Before CrashPolice in Denver say a motorcyclist was speeding before he lost control and was thrown from his bike. The accident tied up traffic during the Friday morning commute.
Keep Calm, Tonight's 'Black Moon' Is HarmlessYou've probably heard of the Blood Moon and a Blue Moon, but what about the Black Moon?
Report: Excess Water Found In Lungs Of Sisters Found DeadNew details have been released about the death of a Denver woman and her sister in a luxury hotel on an island off the eastern coast of Africa.
Alleged Cancer Faker Charged With Bilking Man Out Of $34,000A woman is facing felony charges after she allegedly convinced a man she met on a dating website that she was dying of cancer and bilked money from him.
DEA: Kratom Ban 'Not A Matter Of If, But When'Amid protests and pressure from Congress, the Drug Enforcement Agency has not yet labeled the drug kratom, a Schedule I drug.
Neighbor Gets Shot Trying To Stop ThiefA man who tried to stop a suspect from stealing from a car was shot and wounded overnight.
5280 'Best Restaurants' Issue Hits NewsstandsWhat's for dinner tonight? You may want a Denver date night after hearing this delicious list.
Ringling Brothers Circus Brings Updated Show To DenverRingling Brothers, Barnum, and Bailey Circus brings an updated performance to Denver.
Man On The Run After Robbing Key BankAuthorities continue to search for a man who robbed a Key Bank on Thursday afternoon.
DEA Plans To Ban Kratom, Calls Drug 'Imminent Threat'The Drug Enforcement Agency is expected to ban a drug that’s been growing in popularity in Colorado on Friday. The DEA will classify kratom as a Schedule I drug on par with marijuana and heroin.
Nearly 1 Million Along Colorado's Front Range In DroughtA weekly drought report released on Thursday contained bad news for parts of the Denver metro area.
Former Narcotics Officer Charged With Multiple Drug CountsA former police officer has been formally charged with multiple felony drug counts.
Staff Told Investigators 'Paranormal Activity' To Blame For AbuseAt least eight people have been fired due to alleged abuse at a center for the disabled in Pueblo where staff told investigators that "paranormal activity" was to blame.