Trees Showing Damage After Brutal Temperature Drop Last YearTrees in the Denver metro area are showing damage as the season changes from summer into fall. The damage comes from last November when the temperature dropped from a mild winter day to 18 degrees.
'LEAP' Helps Coloradans Who Qualify Stay Warm During The WinterBelow freezing temperatures can cripple people as soon as they step outside, but some people are also trying to stay warm inside their homes.
Bitter Cold Brings Rise In Chimney FiresSince the temperatures plummeted firefighters have been busier than ever putting out fires around the Denver metro area.
Denver Rescue Mission Seeing More Need During The Deep FreezeHomeless shelters in the Denver metro area say they're seeing greater need and are closing their door each night over capacity due to the cold weather.
Some Stranded Amtrak Passengers Enjoyed Their Time On TrainAmtrak passengers stuck in the snow are finally headed to their destinations.
Some Stranded Travelers Getting Way Too Much Family TimeBitter cold is affecting airport operations in many areas and leaving travelers stuck at airports across the country.