Theft Suspect With Missing Shoe At Large After CrashA man with one shoe is on the run after stealing an SUV and a gun and smashing into a car at 20th Avenue and Fenton Street near Sloan's Lake.
Thieves Repeatedly Break Into Fiddler's GreenSurveillance photos have been released of three men accused of breaking into Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre and stealing alcohol.
Using 'Loophole,' Fast-Acting Thief Steals Thousands From WomanColleen Ingham thought having her wallet in a diaper bag stolen in the parking lot of her child's day care was the worst thing that would happen, but when her bank accounts were frozen and she was missing $2,000 she decided to find out what happened.
'I'm Going To Fight As Hard As I Can': Officer Adsit Returns To WorkDenver police officer John Adsit will return to work Wednesday morning for the first time since a near-life ending accident nearly two years ago.
'I Thought It Was A Snowstorm': Resident Reacts To HailSevere weather struck Adams County on Tuesday night and left piles of hail and street flooding in its wake.
United Airlines Employee Arrested, Accused Of Stealing Jewelry From LuggageA United Airlines employee has been arrested, accused of stealing nearly $130,000 worth of jewelry from a passenger's luggage.
USDA To Reopen Offices Closed After Email ThreatsThe Agriculture Department will reopen some offices Wednesday that were closed after an unspecified email threat, including Colorado.
Hail Piles Up, Causes Major Damage After StormSome people who live in Colorado Springs continued to clean up Tuesday evening after a hail storm hit on Monday afternoon.
Crews Install LED Lights On 16th Street MallCrews began installing more lights along the 16th Street Mall on Monday.
Cancer Patients Find Hope At Sarah Cannon Research InstituteCancer patients, who have exhausted standard treatments, have found promising new therapies in Colorado. In 18 months, the Sarah Cannon Research Institute at Health One has run 32 clinical trials.
2 Dogs Attack And Kill Woman, Injure SonTwo pit bull terriers that attacked and killed a woman in her home were euthanized Tuesday evening.
Lifelong Republican Campaigns In Colorado For ClintonA lifelong Republican, Hewlett Packard CEO Meg Whitman, says she's "all in" for democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Mother Files Lawsuit Against Aquarium For DiscriminationA mother says she's fighting for her son and that has prompted a lawsuit against a popular attraction in Denver. Abby Galdamez has filed a lawsuit against the Downtown Aquarium for discrimination and outrageous conduct.
Funding For Aurora Shooting Victim Memorial Suddenly Reaches Its GoalThe fundraising goal for the Aurora theater shooting memorial has suddenly and unexpectedly been met after a church led an ambitious donation pledge.
Colorado's Heroin, Opioid Problem Gets Help From The Federal GovernmentColorado is set to get hundreds of thousands of dollars from the federal government to fight the heroin and the opioid epidemic.
Volunteer Opportunity To Clean Alleys, Build CommunityExtreme Community Makeover unites resident of Denver neighborhoods with volunteers to accomplish community projects.
Sinkhole Caused By Water Main BreakA water main break caused a sinkhole in the westbound lanes of Evans Avenue on Tuesday morning.
Man In Motorcycle Gear Robs US Bank, Runs Away On FootThe FBI is searching for a bank robber who was wearing motorcycle gear but then ran away from the bank with the cash on Tuesday morning.
Chipotle Facing Lawsuit Over WagesColorado-based Chipotle has denied any wrongdoing in a lawsuit over wages.
Police Officer's Cruiser Struck During Traffic PatrolA police sergeant in Greenwood Village was conducting traffic enforcement when his cruiser was struck on the side of the road.
Wrong-Way Driver In Deadly Crash IdentifiedThe wrong-way driver who was killed in a multi-vehicle crash involving a motorcycle on South Parker Road over the weekend has been identified.
Top Denver Safety Official SuspendedThe woman who manages the City of Denver's public safety cadet program has been on paid administrative leave for nearly two months with little explanation for what prompted the suspension.
Possible Fraud Investigated In Connection With Minimum Wage InitiativeThe state attorney general's office is investigating possible fraud in connection with another ballot initiative.
Threats Close USDA Offices In ColoradoSome U.S. Agriculture Department offices in Fort Collins are among those closed around the country Tuesday because of anonymous threats it considered serious.
Officer Adsit Set To Return To Duty After 18 SurgeriesDenver police officer John Adsit is returning to work Wednesday for the first time since a near-life ending accident.
Trail Attack Victim's Quick Thinking Helped Police Make ArrestThe victim in an attack on the Highline Canal Trail says she was walking on the trail when a man came out of nowhere and punched her.
Young Artist's Hit-And-Run Death Happened In Popular Street Racing AreaThe victim in a hit-and-run crash that happened Sunday night in Denver was a 26-year-old artist who was crossing the street.
One Of State's First Felony Charges For Strangulation Filed In CourtA California man arrested in a domestic violence case is one of the first defendants in the state to face a felony charge for alleged strangulation.
Winter Park Express Tickets Go On Sale Tuesday MorningSkiers and boarders need to act sooner than they might think if they want to beat the traffic this season.
It's Getting Harder To Rent Homes For Growing Pot In ColoradoCounties across Colorado are getting serious about marijuana growing in homes. Douglas County has passed one of the toughest ordinances in the state restricting how much pot can be grown in a home.