A 19-year-old Canadian man says, “It was stupid and I’ll never do it again” when speaking of getting stuck on Longs Peak and having to be rescued.
Officials with Rocky Mountain National Park say a 19-year-old Canadian man has been rescued after being stuck in an “extremely precarious” location on Longs Peak. An elaborate rescue attempt was underway all day that included hikers on the ground and a helicopter.
Lacrosse is very important to University of Denver lacrosse player Zach Miller but not for the reasons you may think. The sport can be traced back to his Native American roots.
Marijuana entrepreneurs from Colorado joined international conference on the Caribbean Island.
Federal investigators are trying to determine why an avalanche shell exploded Monday while state workers were trying to fire a round up a hillside to clear chasms filled with snow near Interstate-70.
If the Avalanche’s season ended right now, they would have 18-year-old Nathan MacKinnon at the top of their list goal scorers.
Dignitaries from three nations sniffed marijuana, walked through greenhouses full of tagged marijuana plants and learned about video pot surveillance on a three-day Weed 101 tour in Colorado, which has a regulated marijuana market and is planning to expand sales to all adults in a few weeks.
A hockey player born without a left hand has made it to the pros and can now be seen on the ice at the Denver Coliseum playing for the Denver Cutthroats.
Like all kids growing up in Canada, hockey was simply a way of life for Scott Stafford … even though he was born without a left hand.
If you’ve been around downtown Denver you have probably noticed some rather large pieces of art being assembled. It’s all for the Biennial of the Americas.