Snow Moves Out But Coldest Air Arrives Wednesday MorningMonday night's storm left Denver under a blanket of snow, but the coldest temps of the system arrive Wednesday and Thursday.
Not Just Water: City Says Cache La Poudre's Charm Is Key To Well-BeingA picturesque Colorado river with a peculiar French name is the latest prize in the West's water wars, where wilderness advocates usually line up against urban and industrial development.
Engineers Enjoy Unique Situation During Scheduled Maintenance On Bear Creek DamBear Creek is dry below the lake and dam that share the same name in Lakewood. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is doing scheduled maintenance, and it couldn’t come at a better time.
Colorado Creek Turned Purple During Fish Management ProgramA small stream turned a hue of purple right now as state fish biologists begin a large scale fish management program, leaving hundreds of fish dead, while making way for another threatened species of native fish to be moved there.
Flood Zones Could Expand, Raising Costs For Some ColoradansNew research shows floods like the one that ransacked northern Colorado two years ago, killing 10 people, might be more common than previously thought — and that could require more homeowners to get flood insurance and trigger more stringent construction rules.
Bears Have Many Routes To Find Their Way Into Urban AreasA lot of people have called Colorado Parks and Wildlife encountering bears over the past few weeks.
'Steam On The Platte' Project Seeks To Redevelop Industrial NeighborhoodThe neighborhood hopes to find synergy between the old steam plants and smokestacks, and the river's sustainability.
3rd Defendant Gets 364 Days In Slaying Of Colorado Man In NebraskaA 31-year-old man has been given 364 days behind bars for the slaying of a Colorado man at a transients camp in western Nebraska.
Denver Touts National Western Stock Show UpgradesA 10-year plan to turn an aging Denver arena into a global agriculture destination started Wednesday when city officials kicked off a tax campaign to pay for the makeover at the National Western Stock Show.
Crisis Training Pays Off In South Platte River StandoffThe Denver Police Department is currently sending all of its officers through crisis intervention training, and they say it really paid off Thursday.
Police Pull Man Out Of South Platte River, Take Him Into CustodyPolice officers in Denver pulled a man from the South Platte River on Thursday afternoon after trying to coax him out for about an hour.
Crews Remove 8 Vehicles From The South Platte RiverThe South Platte River has dramatically dropped in the past two weeks, and that means the Denver Fire Department could finally get all the vehicles out of the water.