Auto Owners Continue To File Claims After Hail StormDrivers continue to get claims on their vehicles after last week's damaging hail storm in Colorado.
Insurance Companies Getting Slammed With Hail Damage ClaimsHome and car owners are busy filing claims with their insurance companies after Monday's damaging storms.
Getting Power From The Sun For One School In LittletonA school in Littleton is getting alternative power thanks to new solar panels.
It Pays To Be Your Own Accident InvestigatorMessy winter weather may lead to treacherous driving conditions. If you get into a crash, it pays to be your own accident investigator.
Renters Insurance Could Help Protect College Students As college students get ready to head back to class, there is one sure thing among several variables: renters insurance.
Hit & Run Victim Has Good Advice For 'Bike To Work Wednesday'A new study by the University of Colorado Denver that looked at bicycle crashes in Boulder has come just in time for Bike to Work Wednesday.
Insurance Teams Out In Full Force To Assess Storm DamageState Farm Insurance teams went out Monday to take a look at the aftermath of Sunday's storm trying to get a feel for just how much damage there is to repair.
Insurance Companies Say Claims In The Thousands After Hail StormLast months' severe weather has hit Coloradans in the wallet and insurance companies are reporting claims in the thousands.
Fewer Middle Age Americans Buying Life InsuranceAn insurance industry survey finds that fewer middle aged Americans are buying life insurance. One Denver mother is on a mission to change that.
Homeowners Lose Insurance For Too Many ClaimsWhen a storm hit Susan Harvey's home she didn't expect to see the top of her chimney fly off. She also didn't expect to lose her homeowner's insurance.
Couple Who Rebuilt After Waldo Canyon Offers Hope To New VictimsA couple whose home burned in the Waldo Canyon Fire last year wants to offer hope to the hundreds who similarly lost their homes in this month's Black Forest Fire.
Denver Crews Fill 100,000+ Potholes Each Year, Drivers Urged To Avoid Damage Crews with Denver Public Works fill about 100,000 potholes every year. Once again it is pothole season and drivers are urged to report the problems they see.