Local Builder Taking Steps To Lower Formaldehyde LevelsWith the discovery of high levels of formaldehyde at several sites, some builders are working to make sure the same doesn't happen to them.
Medicaid Problem Could Drive Some Colorado Doctors Out Of BusinessDoctors across Colorado say they are struggling to get paid for care they've already provided.
Survivor: Law Seems To Benefit The Rapist Instead Of The VictimA convicted rapist is freed from jail early and the woman he attacked is now calling for a change in Colorado's laws.
Coroner: Driver In Fatal I-70 Wreck Was DrunkThe Jefferson County Coroner’s Office says toxicology results on Jeff Stumpf, the driver who crossed Interstate 70 into eastbound lanes killing a mother from Idaho Springs on July 30, was legally drunk.
Re-Fueled Perlmutter's Re-Entry Into Congressional Race Is ComplicatedRep. Ed Perlmutter says he began second guessing his decision to not to run again for public office soon after he announced the decision a month ago.
Eclipse Fanatics Clog The Roads Back From WyomingAfter the eclipse, southbound traffic on Interstate 25 started to jam on Monday.
Eclipse Provides Students With Extended Learning ExperienceThe Great American Eclipse on Monday provided students with a great learning experience.
A Roar From The Crowd, As Solar Eclipse Is Viewed In Totality In WyomingIt took less than three minutes and caused the Wyoming crowd to roar. The solar eclipse on Monday was awe-inspiring in the path of totality.
Missing Men From Afghanistan May Have Been Trying To Escape In ColoradoThree men from Afghanistan are missing from Colorado.
Dancers Greet Students On First Day Of School For DPSSummer break has come to an end for students in Colorado's largest school district.
Put Pets First For Day Of ServiceXcel Energy's Day of Service needs volunteers to help man's best friends.
Denver Zoo's Dobby The Giraffe Gets In On Eclipse FunDenver Zoo keepers got one of their latest additions his own special eclipse glasses.