'Paper Terrorism' Victims Talk About Indictments, Prison SentencesVictims of what is referred to as "Paper Terrorism" are telling their stories about what they were subjected to, now that a key defendant has been sent to prison for more than two decades.
'Dream Chaser' Proves To Be Dream Come True For Colorado EngineersA small spacecraft made one giant leap for science thanks to mankind in Colorado.
Part Of Highway Closed After Deadly Head-On CrashA deadly crash shut down part of Highway 128 in Boulder County Wednesday afternoon.
Without Rail Option, Bus Rapid Transit Considered For Highway 119 CommutersWith the growing population in Colorado, RTD is looking at ways to further connect cities and ease the traffic on roadways.
Locals Optimistic About Ski Resorts Getting Much Needed SnowThe news of a delayed opening at Eldora Mountain Resort didn’t stop the party inside Salto Coffee Works in Nederland Tuesday night.
Best Climbing Gyms For Kids In DenverColorado's abundance of mountains and rocks makes climbing a popular activity for all ages, and it's never too early to start.
Neighbors Upset Over Prairie Dog ExterminationSome residents in Longmont are upset after a colony of prairie dogs was exterminated last week.
Preschool Announces Closure After Church's Sanctuary VoteA preschool in Boulder that leases space from a church is closing a the end of November.
Sketch Released For Rec Center Assault SuspectBoulder police released the sketch of a man wanted for allegedly attacking a woman outside of the North Boulder Recreation Center.
Police: Teenage Girl Groped Near Middle SchoolInvestigators in Boulder say they are investigating a possible sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl.
Gorsuch's $1.6M Home Under ContractU.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch won't own a home in Colorado much longer.
Police: Suspect Attacked Woman Outside Rec CenterBoulder police want to catch the man accused of attacking a woman outside of the North Boulder Recreation Center.