December Snow Outlook Hopeful As Snowpack Runs Well Below NormalThe meteorological winter is beginning with statewide snowpack running well below where it should be for this time of year.
Confluence Park Construction Is Back Underway Following DelaysConstruction is back on for a major project in one of Denver's most iconic areas.
Body Recovered From South Platte River In DenverPolice in Denver are investigating after a body was recovered from the South Platte River Wednesday afternoon.
Wet May Boosts Snowpack In Most Of Colorado's River BasinsA wet May boosted the snow across most of Colorado's mountains, putting the state in good shape for the spring and summer runoff.
Waterton Canyon Trail Set To Open On SaturdayA four-month construction project is nearly complete and the lower part of the South Platte River and the canyon trail will open on Saturday.
Crews Recover Body Of Missing Kayaker In Morgan CountySearch teams have recovered the body of a kayaker who went missing on the South Platte River on Friday.
Crews Now In Recovery Effort After Kayaker Goes MissingCrews struggled to retrieve the body of kayaker in the South Platte River in Morgan County on Saturday.
Suspect Attacks, Injures Denver Police OfficerA Denver police officer sustained minor injuries after an attack near the South Platte River on Wednesday.
Weekend Storm Improves Vital Colorado SnowpackA weekend storm that dropped up to 4 feet of snow in the central Colorado mountains improved the snowpack in most of Colorado's major river basins.
Northern Watersheds In Great Shape Heading Into AprilThe Front Range blizzard put the South Platte River basin's snowpack in a great position.
Man's Body Found In South Platte River In DenverPolice are investigating after a man's body was found in the South Platte River Thursday morning.
Icy Commute Tuesday, Plenty To Shovel West Of DenverSnow totals will vary greatly for the foothills and the metro area. We are expecting snow for several hours overnight in Denver and the surrounding cities, but much more will fall at higher elevation.