Former Columbine Principal 'Inspired' By Students Fighting For ChangeFrank DeAngelis says he still remembers the Columbine school shooting that happened 19 years ago like it was yesterday.
Colorado Governor Won't Rule Out Banning Marijuana AgainGov. Hickenlooper told CNN he doesn't rule out recriminalizing recreational marijuana, even if that's a long shot.
Western Slope Wildfire Closes I-70 Two Different TimesA wildfire that shut down a stretch of Interstate 70 in western Colorado for a short time continues give firefighters headaches.
Prosecutor: Officers Have 'No Science' To Police Drivers Who Are HighIn 2016, there were 51 driving deaths in Colorado linked to marijuana. But the situation between pot and traffic fatalities is still unclear.
Santa Makes Spring Visit To Colorado After Retailer Steps In To Help CharityA major retailer is lending a hand to a Colorado charity that was targeted by thieves.
CSU Celebrates First Bison Calf Conceived Using In Vitro FertilizationScientists are working to grow the herd of bison on public lands in Northern Colorado and a group from Colorado State University is studying the most effective way to do that.
Nearly 3,000 Fort Carson Soldiers To Be DeployedFort Carson is about to deploy its highest number of troops since the height of the Iraq War.
Suspects At Large After Evening ShootingDenver police are looking for suspects in a deadly shooting that took place Thursday night.
VIDEO: Road Rage Attackers At Large After AssaultThe Weld County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating two men who pulled a driver out of his car and assaulted him last weekend.
4/20 Rally Gets Going In Denver Under New OrganizerPeople should prepare for a smoky haze and a busy downtown in Denver on Friday.
Glow-In-The-Dark Sidewalk Art Sheds Light On Pedestrian SafetyPedestrians around Denver are being greeted with an important safety message at their feet as they get ready to cross busy intersections.
100+ Bicycles Donated To StudentsMore than 100 students at Boston K-8 in Aurora left school Thursday with a “new to them” bicycle.
Hundreds Gather Near Columbine For Voting Rally, Candlelight VigilAbout 1,000 people, including a group of students from Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, gathered in a park near Columbine High School Thursday night.
Animals Show Results With Stem Cell Research At CSUThe team at the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine is leading the way in finding new benefits for stem cell treatments in animals.
'Loved Him So Much': Family Pet Bitten By RattlesnakeA dog owner wants to warn others about the danger of rattlesnakes to pets days after her Rottweiler died from a snake bite well before she usually sees them outside her house.
Americans Reflect On Pros, Cons Of Legal Pot ahead Of 420America's marijuana supporters have a lot to celebrate on this 420 holiday : Thirty states have legalized some form of medical marijuana, according to a national advocacy group.
Crews Make Progress 41,000 Acre WildfireFirefighters in El Paso County are making progress on a wildfire that burned 23 homes.
Protective Gear Needed As Investigators Enter Home Of FilthInvestigators in Arapahoe County had to wear protective gear to get into a home in Englewood.
Community Supports Victims After Homes BurnedInvestigators with the Castle Rock Fire Department are still working to determine what caused a blaze that spread through a neighborhood Tuesday morning.
Suburban Denver Man Gets 30 Years For Wife's Beating DeathA 36-year-old suburban Denver man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for beating his wife to death.
Mayor’s Paris Trip Cost Nearly $13,000 Each For More Than 30 PeopleDenver Mayor Michael Hancock’s recent week long economic development trip to Paris carried a hefty price tag- nearly $13,000 per person.
Wildfire Closes I-70 Near FruitaA wildfire burning near Fruita forced officials to close all lanes of Interstate 70 for a few hours on Thursday.
Colorado Lawmaker Proposes Renaming Part Of I-25 The 'Barack Obama Highway'If it passes, the portion of I-25 that passes through the city and county of Denver would be renamed after the 44th president of the United States.
Officers Recognized For Acts Of HeroismSome officers at the Denver Police Department were recognized for going above and beyond the call of duty.
'We're Being Shot At': Parkland Student Recalls ShootingSome students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are in Colorado this week to join forces with Columbine High School students in an effort to end gun violence.
MS Patients Use Cooling Products To Keep On GoingNearly 80-percent of people living with multiple sclerosis have heat sensitivity, and rely on cooling products to keep on going.
Storm Debris Can Be Dropped Off This WeekendPeople cleaning up from this week's wind storm have a chance to get rid of their broken branches and yard debris.
'Schools Need Musicals': Rival Schools Team Up On StageIn the theater at North High School in Denver, it’s starting to come together. The set, the costumes, and the music. It’s the final countdown until opening night for the student production of “Rock of Ages.”
Day Of Service, No Walkout At Columbine On 19th AnniversaryA planned national high school walkout for gun control on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine shooting Friday won't include student protests at the Colorado school that changed the way the nation viewed shootings.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High Students In Colorado For 'Vote For Our Lives' RallyStudents from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are in Colorado this week to join a group of teenagers for the "Vote for Our Lives" rally.