'Porch Pirates' Beware: Neighbors Are Banding TogetherNeighbors are using the website Nextdoor.com to warn each other about "porch pirates."
Top Ways To Spend New Year's Day In DenverIt's important to start your New Year off right. This might mean running a 5k or just spending the day with family. Here's our list of the top ways to spend New Year's Day in Denver.
Baby Girl Arrives 2 Minutes Into 2015 In DurangoA girl born two minutes into 2015 in Durango appears to be Colorado's first baby of the new year.
New Year's First Baby Born At Denver HealthThe first baby of the new year in the Denver metro area was born at Denver Health.
'Only Fools Jump In': New Year Signals Icy-Cold PlungeFreezing temperatures on New Year's Day were not enough to deter hundreds who plunged into icy waters in Evergreen and Boulder to raise money for charities.
Bitter Cold Won't Keep The Brave From Taking Polar Plunge In BoulderThe annual Polar Plunge at the Boulder Reservoir beach scheduled for New Year’s Day is still happening despite the bitter cold.
A History Of The Holidays From Thanksgiving To New Years'How many people actually know the history behind one of the most joyous seasons?
Denver Police Want Help Locating Armed Robbery SuspectsAccording to police, just after midnight on New Year’s Day officers were flagged down by two victims who said they were robbed at gunpoint in the Five Points neighborhood.
RTD Once Again Offering Free Rides On New Year's EveThe Regional Transportation District is offering free rides this New Year's Eve to help people avoid drinking and driving.
Pikes Peaks Highway To Open To CyclistsCyclists will soon be able to pedal all the way to the top of Pikes Peak.
No Charges In Alleged Kent Sex AssaultThe district attorney for Colorado's 5th Judicial District has decided not to file criminal charges against three male students from Kent Denver School who were under investigation for allegedly sexually assaulting a female.
Colorado Has Lowest New Year's Snowpack Since 2002Colorado's snowpack continues to lag but the state is still benefiting from a wet 2011.