Fans at the Denver Broncos Thursday Night Football game had the chance to help domestic violence survivors by donating their used cell phones.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and old phones can help support a great cause as Verizon Wireless has teamed up with the Denver Broncos to collect used phones for the HopeLine.
Fans heading to Thursday night’s Denver Broncos game where they take on the San Diego Chargers can help support domestic violence survivors.
Nearly 5,000 jobs were available at a job fair that was held in Adams County on Wednesday and those who missed the fair can apply online.
A woman accused of stealing thousands from a high school volleyball team is also suspected of taking a lot more money from a Denver business.
Pitkin County 911 communication center dispatchers now are monitoring another source for emergency responses.
State transportation officials announced on Wednesday the completion a project that opens Clear Creek Canyon up to cell phone service.
Lots of people have been waiting, and it’s finally here. Apple revealed its iPhone 5 on Wednesday.
Existing Verizon Wireless customers have a choice to make. They can stick with their current plan or switch to one of the company’s Share Everything plans when they become available on June 28.
Thieves in Colorado are stealing cellphones more often, but a new agreement among major cell providers may put a damper on that trend.