Secret Facebook Pages Used To Sell Drugs Disappear From InternetFacebook pages designed to sell drugs to teenagers are disappearing from the Internet after a bust by the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office.
Funding Cuts Put Housing At Risk For Low-Income FamiliesA major cut in federal funding may soon put more than 100 Denver metro area families out on the streets.
Secret Facebook Groups Being Set Up To Sell Drugs To KidsThe Jefferson County District Attorney's Office is sending out a warning to parents about secret Facebook groups that pose a risk to children.
Officer Recovering From Being Shot Gets Surprise For Baby On The WayThanks to a generous community and thoughtful designer, a Denver police officer recovering from a shooting and his pregnant wife received a sweet surprise Wednesday.
Colorado Scientist Makes Potentially Lifesaving Stem Cell DonationStem cell donation is an effective treatment for many blood disorders and cancers. The Be The Match registry links patients with potential donors.
Mother’s Milk Bank Overflowing With Donations, More NeededA Colorado-based effort benefiting babies is celebrating big numbers. The Mothers' Milk Bank (MMB) has distributed more than four million ounces of human milk to hundreds of thousands of babies in need.
Denver Art Museum Celebrates May The 4th With Star WarsThe Denver Art Museum celebrated May the 4th by starting the sale of tickets to its "Star Wars and Power of Costume" exhibit that opens later this year.
95 Rescued Animals Arrive In State's Largest AirliftDozens of rescued animals ready for new homes arrived in Colorado at the Centennial Airport Wednesday afternoon.
Search For 2 Vehicles Missing From Burning Apartment Where Body FoundPolice in Denver searched for two vehicles missing from a burning apartment where a body was found inside.
Start-Ups Celebrate National Small Business WeekThis week start-ups across Colorado are celebrating National Small Business Week.
Denver Home Prices Set Records, Continue To ClimbIt's no surprise that Denver is among the top four cities in the nation where housing prices have surpassed their housing boom peaks set in 2006. The Denver metro area is also setting records when it comes to single family home sales.
Marijuana Grow Operations Must Control SmellBig changes are coming for Denver businesses that cause odors, specifically marijuana grow operations. The Denver City Council has passed new rules regulating the smell.
Counties Face Tough Task Of Cutting Wait Times At DMV OfficesThe average wait time for motor vehicle registration and renewals in Weld County is now 90 minutes, up from 60 minutes two years ago. In the worst cases, customers have waited up to three hours at a time.
Boulder Giving Out Free Native Plants To Residents Who Remove Myrtle SpurgeThe City of Boulder is encouraging the community to remove myrtle spurge from their properties and bring the noxious weeds to the fourth annual Purge the Spurge event this Saturday.
Civic Center EATS Features More Food Trucks This YearCivic Center EATS kicked off for the season in Civic Center Park on Tuesday. This year more food trucks have joined the popular lunchtime event in downtown Denver.
T.J. Ward: Broncos Have Adopted A 'Ground Zero Mentality'Few NFL teams have returned to a Super Bowl a year after winning one, and the Broncos chances of a return trip may seem slimmer after an offseason that has included many big roster changes.
Star Wars Exhibit Tickets Go On Sale 'May The 4th'Tickets for the Denver Art Museum's Star Wars costume exhibit go on sale Wednesday May 4, in honor of Star Wars Day.
Mental Health Month Encourages Screening, Early TreatmentColorado Speaker of the House Dickey Lee Hullinghorst read a proclamation at the Capitol on Monday declaring May as Mental Health Month.
'Be A Smart Ash' Campaign Designed To Protect TreesAn insect threatening to kill hundreds of trees in Colorado has gotten the attention of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock who wants to get ahead of the problem.
'Who Stole My Chickens?' Store Owner Wants To Know"Who stole my chickens?" asked the owner of Wardle Feed and Pet Supply after someone stole nearly all their chickens in one week.
Generous Donor Helps Boy Scouts After Trailer StolenA generous donor has helped out the Boy Scouts after a trailer filled with equipment was stolen last week.
Denver Zoo Mourns Loss Of 3-Year-Old Lion 'Sango'The Denver Zoo announced that its 3-year-old lion "Sango" died after he began having severe seizures last month.
Spina Bifida Walk N' Roll Brings Community TogetherThe snowy and cold weather on Sunday didn't put the brakes on the Spina Bifida Walk N' Roll in Wash Park.
Rabid Skunk Chases Children, Another Bit By Dog In AuroraHealth officials say they have reports of at least two rabid skunks in Aurora and are warning people to beware of the sick animals.
Thousands Participate In Walk MS Despite The Wintry WeatherDespite the snowy weather thousands came out to Denver's City Park for Walk MS on Saturday. The event supports research to help find a cure for multiple sclerosis.
Hundreds Of Pounds Of Drugs Taken Back On 'Drug Take Back Day'Law enforcement officers across the Denver metro area collected hundreds of pounds of prescription drugs on Drug Take Back Day.
Boy Scouts Feeling Frustration After Trailer Is StolenBoy Scouts are taught to always be prepared, but Ken Kinnard wasn’t prepared for what happened to his trailer Monday night.
Take Back Day For Unwanted, Expired Prescription MedicationsSeveral locations across Colorado will take part in a national drive to dispose of prescription drugs on Saturday.
State Works To Lower Overdose DeathsAfter seeing a rise in usage and deaths, the federal government and Colorado leaders have worked for the past three years to lower or at least curb prescription drug addictions and heroin use.
Golden Police Search For Burglary SuspectPolice in Golden hope someone recognizes a woman suspected in a burglary of a home earlier this week.