Littleton Neighbors Worried About The Grow House Next DoorA Coloradan recently discovered that a series of power outages at her $500,000 home are likely due to a neighborhood marijuana grow house.
1st Grade Girls Get Brand New BikesDozens of first grade girls are riding brand new bicycles in Denver this summer.
Record Heat Is Taxing For People, MachinesAs near record-breaking temperatures descend on the Denver metro area Tuesday, people may be using more power than normal.
Victim Recovered From Tree After Being ElectrocutedCrews recovered a man's body from a tree after he was apparently electrocuted on Monday morning.
Rain, Snow Likely Played Role In Flash FireA family remains out of their home in Commerce City one day after a flash fire left two girls severely burned. Investigators believe recent rain and snowstorms likely played a role in the blast.
2 Girls Burned In Fire, Explosion At DuplexFire investigators and Xcel Energy crews are at a duplex in Commerce City after an explosion and fire sent two girls to the hospital.
Residents Want Xcel To Halt Plans For Another Power StationStop the power lines. That is the message some Arapahoe County citizens had hoped would stop county commissioners from approving a new Xcel Energy power station in southeast Aurora.
Prospects Rise For Colorado Energy Office RenewalThe Republican sponsor of a bill to save a Colorado energy agency added some elements enticing to Democrats and secured a high-ranking Democratic House co-sponsor.
Investigators Believe They Know Cause Of Explosion At Motel That Injured 5Investigators believe they have discovered the cause of an explosion at a motel that injured several people in Loveland.
Power Outages Blamed On Broken Poles, RainWidespread power outages on Friday were blamed on a storm that brought a lot of rain to the Front Range.
Xcel Energy Warns About 'Distraction Scam' Involving Fake WorkersXcel Energy is warning residents of a door-to-door scam in Denver and Arapahoe counties.
Report: Suncor Refinery Released Hundreds Of Pounds Of Toxic GasesHundreds of pounds of toxic gases were released into the air at the Suncor Energy oil refinery for the second time in five months, according to a preliminary report released Friday by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.