'Cupid Crew' To Grant Wishes To Older AdultsMore than 200 Denver volunteers are making sure our most seasoned neighbors won't feel lonely this Valentine's Day.
Board Meeting Packed Over Proposal To Close 5 SchoolsApproximately 475 people attended a Jefferson County School Board meeting on Thursday as the board mulls proposed cuts that could include closing five elementary schools.
Police Arrest Suspect In ATM Shooting, Attempted RobberyWheat Ridge police have arrested a suspect they believe shot a woman during an early-morning attempted robbery at an ATM on Feb. 1.
Olde Town Hub Opens Despite G Line DelaysThe City of Arvada officially opened their Olde Town Hub on Thursday, a 600-spot parking garage designed to host RTD G Line heavy commuter rail passengers. Except there are no G Line passengers because there is no G Line.
Police Hope Surveillance Photos Lead Them To ATM GunmanWheat Ridge police hope new surveillance photos will help them identify the man they say shot a woman during an attempted robbery at an ATM early Wednesday morning.
Mother Shot At ATM, Drives Self To The HospitalWheat Ridge police are searching for clues outside of a Chase bank after a disturbing crime where a woman was shot while her child was nearby. She then drove herself to the hospital.
Attempted Robber Shoots Woman At Drive-Up ATMA woman was shot early Wednesday morning during an attempted robbery at a drive-up ATM.
Police Find Body In Car, Call Death SuspiciousAn investigation is underway after a body was found outside a recreation center in Wheat Ridge Friday night.
RTD Faces Federal Deadline To Fix A Line IssuesRTD faces a federal deadline to fix issues with the A Line "train to the plane."
Reports Of Mountain Lion Spotted In Popular ParkThere was a possible mountain lion spotting in Wheat Ridge Tuesday morning.
Continuing 'A Line' Problems Affecting Progress On Other Lineshere are more problems related to Regional Transportation District's commuter rail lines.
More Than A Dozen Businesses Targeted In Smash & GrabsCriminals smashed their way into at least 16 businesses in Denver, Englewood and Wheat Ridge leaving behind more damage to property than the value of the items stolen.