Irma Forces Disney, Universal, Sea World ClosuresHurricane Irma took aim at Florida this past weekend, and while the greatest impact will be felt in the southern-most part of the state, Central Florida will feel the wrath of Irma as well.
Scores Gather Outside Pulse To Honor Massacre VictimsScores of people gathered outside the perimeter of the Pulse nightclub Monday to pay their respects.
Aurora Police Send Message Of Support To Orlando ColleaguesMessages of hope have been extended to the Orlando police officers who responded to this week's gay nightclub shooting by Colorado colleagues who know the horrors they faced.
Colorado GOP Senate Hopefuls: Orlando Not About Gun ControlColorado's Republican U.S. Senate contenders reacted cautiously Monday as the Orlando nightclub shooter's motives were being investigated, but they agreed that the debate over policy should be about defeating radical Islam and its recruiting efforts, not about domestic gun control.
Extra Precautions Planned For Upcoming Denver Gay Pride EventsAn estimate 350,000 people are expected to take part in this weekend's Denver gay pride events.
Moment Of Silence At DU For Orlando Victims, Vigil At Cheesman ParkAbout 100 students gathered for a moment of silence at the University of Denver on Monday afternoon to honor those killed and injured in Orlando.
Hundreds Gather To Remember Victims Of Orlando At VigilHundreds of people gathered on Sunday night to remember those killed in Orlando. They came together at Tracks nightclub on Walnut in Denver to show their support for the gay community as well as those shot and killed.
More Vigils Planned For Those Killed In OrlandoVigils will continue on Monday night to remember those killed in the attack at a dance club in Orlando.
Orlando Shooter's Ex-Wife: Mateen Mentally Unstable, Physically AbusiveSitora Yusifiy thought her marriage to Omar Mateen was behind her, but a phone call Sunday morning quickly turned her quiet life upside down.
Colorado Leaders React To Orlando Massacre, Vigils PlannedThe massacre at an Orlando nightclub that claimed 50 lives early Sunday is the worst mass shooting in U.S. history and it has prompted Coloradans to show their support.
Coloradans Donate Blood In Honor Of Orlando Massacre VictimsEmergency workers announced an urgent need for blood in the wake of the shooting and donors in Colorado were also pitching in.
Organizers Going Ahead With Denver PrideFest Following Orlando MassacreOrganizers of Denver's PrideFest, which holds a parade and rally that has attracted hundreds of thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in past years, are going ahead with their festival next weekend.