Frontier Airlines Fined For Long Delays In Denver SnowstormThe U.S. government has fined Frontier Airlines $1.5 million for keeping passengers stuck on a dozen grounded aircraft for more than three hours during a snowstorm at the Denver airport last December.
Snowstorm Causes Downed Trees, Power OutagesHundreds of residents in Estes Park continued to be without power and internet after a late spring snowstorm moved through Colorado.
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.
May Snow Forces Red Rocks Commencement Ceremonies To Move IndoorsFor thousands of Colorado seniors, having your graduation ceremony at Red Rocks is an exciting tradition. But this week's rare mid-May snowstorm is ruining some of those plans.
Snowstorm Catches Many Drivers Off GuardAfter weeks of dry conditions, a sudden snowstorm brought many small towns of south of Denver to a halt and caught many drivers by surprise.
There's Just 'Snow'where To Put It All, And It's Only JanuaryMore snow is predicted for Colorado's central mountains this weekend as towns are still trying to get a handle on all the snow they got from the last storm.
No Snow Day For Most Colorado StudentsSnow and cold conditions didn't scare most school administrators on Colorado's Front Range on Wednesday.
Snowstorm Creates Dangerous Road Conditions In Parts Of ColoradoRoad conditions are dangerous in many parts of the Interstate 70 mountain corridor early Thursday afternoon as a snowstorm hits Colorado's Rocky Mountains.
Heavy, Wet Snow Causes DamageHomeowners cleaned up on Sunday after heavy, wet snow hit the Front Range and the Denver metro area.
Dry Early March Doesn't Always Mean A Dry SpringWe've only recorded .01 inches of water at Denver International Airport since March 1st.
Clear Those Sidewalks Of Snow Or Face A Big FineAs Colorado digs out after this week's winter storm, the City of Denver is issuing a warning to clear those sidewalks.
Flight Operations Return To Normal At DIA After 11.3 Inches Of SnowFlight operations returned to normal at Denver International Airport on Tuesday afternoon after 11.3 inches of snow fell since Monday. The airlines reported 136 flight cancellations on Tuesday.