David Clifton Ministries Needs Help For Years Thanksgiving Dinner For The HomelessDavid Clifton Ministries says they need a little help to put on this year's Thanksgiving Outreach to Homeless and Denver's Needy Families that feeds 15,000 people.
Colorado's Liquor Stores And Grocers Renew Familiar Fight Over Alcohol SalesThere is a renewed push to change liquor laws, so more grocery stores can sell full-strength beer and wine.
Groceries Launch Effort To Change Colorado's Liquor LawColorado grocery chains that want to sell wine and full-strength beer will lobby lawmakers or go to the 2016 ballot to change state law in a fight that pits them against liquor stores and craft breweries.
Man With Dementia Missing In Wheat RidgeDale Weehunt has early onset Alzheimer's, and left his home on Marshall Street around 6 p.m. Friday.
Jeffco Deputies Search For Credit Card ThievesDeputies in Jefferson County are searching for two women after they were captured on surveillance footage using a stolen credit card.
Nearly 1,000 FirstBank Customers In Danger Of FraudNearly 1,000 FirstBank debit card holders have received new cards after being notified their information was likely stolen when skimmers were discovered on ATMs at three King Soopers grocery stores.
Boulder Police Investigate Debit Card Fraud, Thousands May Be CompromisedPolice in Boulder are investigating two cases of debit card fraud where thousands of people's personal information may have been compromised.
Kidnapping Suspect Approached Several Women Before Crime, Police SayInvestigators say they believe the suspect in a kidnapping case on Colorado's Front Range may have picked his victim after approaching several women in a parking lot outside a grocery store.
Teen Kidnapping Victim Was 'Terrified' During Forced Drive From Conifer To PuebloThe man wanted for allegedly kidnapping a teenage driver, telling him he had a gun and forcing him to drive to Pueblo, has been arrested.
Kidnapping Suspect Ordered Teen To 'Shut Up And Drive'Authorities along the Front Range are searching for a kidnapping suspect who told a 16-year-old to "Shut up and drive" him from Jefferson County to Pueblo.
King Soopers Union Calls Cartoons OffensiveCartoons distributed by a management-level employee at King Soopers have been called offensive by the union representing the grocery store employees. The cartoons seem to be in response to a policy that encouraged employees to acknowledge customers.
Downtown King Soopers Offers Oasis In Food DesertA new King Soopers opened in downtown Denver on Wednesday and offered an oasis to what is called a "food desert."