The Trickery That Kicked Off Peyton Manning's CareerIn honor of the NFL Draft beginning today, we throw it back to 1998 when our good ole boy Peyton Manning was eligible for professional football.
KCNC Gets First Of Its Kind Robotic CamerasTechnology was booming in the '90s, with the invention of many devices we take for granted today -- computers, the internet, and cell phones.
The Beginning Of One Man's MadnessYou know what month it is. We don't have to tell you that March Madness is nearing its full mayhem.
From A Blizzard Record To A Heat RecordThis year, rather than preparing for what would be the second largest snow event on record for the city of Denver, March 16 saw the earliest 80-degree temperature on its 143-year record.
Wild West Cowboy To International CelebrityBuffalo Bill represents the Wild West in human form. After living the cowboy life, he went on the road to share it with the world.
Delivery Truck Or Live News Truck?Television has changed drastically over the decades, and this relic is a perfect example of what news used to be.
The Fond But Distant Memory Of SummerIn the heart of a fluctuating winter we'd like to remind you of the season called summer.
The Year Was 1995, The Place Was Joplin, MOShe went on to work as an anchor in her hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas, as a field reporter in Nashville, Tennessee, and again as an anchor in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Vail's Opening Day In 1962In honor of the Alpine Skiing World Championship taking place in Vail this week, we're looking back at the beginning of one of the world's great ski resorts.
Meteorologist McHeffey Catches AirIt was a division of freestyle skiing that included moguls, dual moguls, inverted and upright aerials. Though he did not ribbon in this event, he placed 10th out of 80 men in a mogul competition the day before.
March 2003 Snowstorm
Rick Sallinger Covers Conflict In Middle East In Early 90sDuring the early 90s, Rick Sallinger covered conflict in the Middle East as a correspondent for CNN's London bureau.