In Honor Of Dr. King & Service, Brother Jeff's Provides 1,600 Free MealsBrother Jeff’s Cultural Center passed out more than 1,600 free meals on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
4 Colorado Men In Custody, Face Charges For Assault On Capitol In D.C.Arrests continue to stack up nearly two weeks after the violent raid at the U.S. Capitol.
Polis To Providers: Don't Let COVID Vaccines 'Sit On Shelves'Gov. Jared Polis told COVID-19 vaccine providers to stop holding back dose in reserve for second shots.
Girl Scout Troop Builds ADA Compliant Archery Range In ThorntonA local Girl Scout troop used their skills to build an archery range in Thornton.
Already Struggling To Make Rent, Coloradans Worry Rent Could Go Up With No LimitsThe eviction moratorium ends this month, however, there's nothing in place to keep landlords from raising rent.
Attorneys Discuss Justice System Reform On Martin Luther King Jr. DayDr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a opportunity to honor what King did for the civil rights movement, but it’s also a chance to reflect on the work that still needs to be done.
Weld County's Boys & Girls Clubs Gets Needed RenovationsThe Boys and Girls Club of Weld County revealed a full makeover of their teen center.
Colorado ID Not Required To Receive COVID Vaccine, Health Officials SayHealth officials say a government-issued ID is not required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Colorado.
Denver Diner Closing Its Doors At Colfax & Speer After 30 YearsIf you moved here after 1990, you've never known Denver without it. It's been right there, at Colfax and Speer -- for early morning meals, late night snacks and everything in between.
Rescuers Use Straps To Help Elk That Fell Into Icy Pool In LovelandAn elk had to be rescued from a swimming pool in Loveland over the weekend.
VIDEOS: 3 Mountain Lions Spotted Prowling Through Georgetown TogetherSeveral mountain lions were caught on camera in Georgetown in the past week. The videos shared by "Mayor Parker the Snow Dog" were captured at two different houses.
Police Arrest Wrong Woman At Denver Health, Now Face LawsuitDenver police arrested the wrong woman out of her hospital bed and took her to jail for a crime she didn't commit -- all because police went to the wrong hospital.
Denver Resident Wins Open Records Lawsuit For Internal Documents On Group Living ProposalA judge has ruled the city of Denver must turn over public records regarding its controversial proposal to amend the city's group living rules.
Ethics Complaint Filed Against Mayor Hancock Over His Thanksgiving TravelA Denver woman has lodged an official complaint with Denver's Ethics Board against Denver Mayor Michael Hancock over his out-of-state travel during the 2020 Thanksgiving holiday.
Michael Porter, Jr. Expected To Miss 10th Straight Game With NuggetsThe struggling Denver Nuggets are expected to be without Michael Porter Jr. for a 10th straight game Tuesday night.
CHSAA Season B Sports Resume This WeekColorado high schools can start practice for Season B sports following a variance from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Big Win In Boulder! CU Women Defeat No. 1 StanfordMya Hollingshed had a career-high 32 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Buffaloes in the win.
Dr. Dave Hnida: What To Know About Visiting Older Parents After They Receive COVID VaccinationsRight now the state of Colorado is working hard to get every 70 year old (and older) vaccinated against COVID-19.
Colorado Doctor Thinks Johnson & Johnson's COVID Vaccine Could Be A 'Game Changer'More doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine will be available soon. And two more vaccines are in the pipeline for approval.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Emerging COVID Mutations Mean Funding For More Genetic Testing NeededThe original coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, has mutated several times, raising concerns about spread, symptoms and the efficacy of vaccines.