Storm Delivers Impressive Drought-Busting TotalsWhile our May storm may have done some damage with regard to the cold and snow, the precipitation likely ended drought along the Front Range.
Colorado Moves Toward Front Range Rail StudyA plan to explore passenger rail service along Interstate 25 in Colorado is on its way to the governor's desk.
Colorado Cities Rank High For Residents Managing MoneyWhen it comes to managing money, Coloradans appear to be pretty good at it.
Winter Storm Watch Issued For Foothills, Part Of I-25 Urban CorridorA winter storm moving across Colorado will bring heavy snow to the mountains and potentially to parts of the Front Range Urban Corridor by Thursday.
Air Support Helps Crews Get Upper Hand On WildfireAir support helped crews contain a grass fire near Highlands Ranch that threatened nearly 600 homes on Friday afternoon.
Evacuations Lifted As Firefighters Gain Control Of Fire Near Highlands RanchA grass fire that broke out in Douglas County early Friday afternoon forced some from their homes and closed a highway. All evacuations were lifted by 5 p.m. after fire crews gained the upper hand on the fire.
Drought Gradually Expanding Along Colorado's Front RangeAfter several months with above normal precipitation conditions have dried out significantly along Colorado's Front Range.
The Negative Effects Of Wind, El Niño Losing Its Grip Top wind speeds around the area included a 97 mph gust near Estes Park, with 50–60 mph gusts for most of the metro area.
Some Denver Meteorologists & Snow Lovers Had Their Patience Tested Monday By Mother NatureMonday morning was either a sigh of relief for haters or a huge disappointment for snow lovers along Colorado's Front Range.
Snowy Tuesday Commute, Heavy In The High CountryWe cracked the 50 degree mark downtown but may not do it again until the end of this week.
Long Thin Cloud Over Front Range Is Called The 'Mountain Wave'We hit 54 degrees downtown on Tuesday, and Denver's temperatures continue their upward trend through the middle of this week.
Voters Across Colorado Back Local Broadband EffortsFrustrated by slow or expensive Internet connections, voters in cities, towns and counties across Colorado backed allowing their local governments to get involved in the broadband business in Tuesday's election.

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