'Kindness Crusader' Hopes To Combat Negativity With Art WallOne little girl wants to help spread kindness to counter all the negativity around us. She needs everyone’s art to make that happen.
Suspects Charged In Connection With Shooting Outside Castle Rock King SoopersTwo suspects are facing charges in connection with a shooting on Aug. 6 outside a Castle Rock King Soopers, according to police.
Broomfield Police Release Suspect Sketch In Attempted Abduction Of 12-Year-Old GirlBroomfield Police released the sketch of a suspect wanted in connection with the attempted abduction of a 12-year-old girl.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Officers Euthanize 2 Mountain Lions After Boy AttackedColorado Parks and Wildlife officers euthanized two mountain lions that were in the vicinity of the attack sight where a boy was bitten in the head near Bailey.
Calling All Art Lovers And Beer Lovers: Arts & Ales Takes Place Saturday At The Arvada CenterNumerous artists who work with the Arvada Center will be displaying their work in a fundraiser on Saturday called Arts & Ales. The event at the center features art, beer, food trucks and live music.
Don't Miss Arts & AlesEnjoy handmade arts, handcrafted beer, homegrown entertainment, and family fun on Saturday!
Jefferson County Works With Faith-Based Organizations To Prevent ViolenceLaw enforcement officers in Jefferson County are coming together with faith leaders to better equip them for potentially unsafe situations.
Home Builders Foundation Helps Out Jamile Hernandez, Girl Paralyzed In CrashVolunteers are giving the gift of independence to Jamile Hernandez, a Denver girl who was paralyzed in a car accident two years ago.
Construction Begins On Platte Street Plaza, New Denver Project Aimed At Bringing Neighbors TogetherA new renovation project along Platte Street in Denver will bring the neighborhood together.
CPW Officers Euthanize Two Bears In Boulder CountyColorado Parks and Wildlife officers euthanized two bears over the weekend in Boulder County.
Mother Hopes For Donations To Be With Twins After Skull SurgeryTwin toddlers are scheduled for skull surgery in November. Doctors need to remove a portion of bone so the boys' brains can develop normally.
Google Launches Challenge To Nonprofits In ColoradoGoogle has launched a challenge to Colorado when it comes to nonprofit communities. It's called "Impact Challenge Colorado."
Mosquito Tests Positive For West Nile Virus In BrightonThe Tri-County Health Department has confirmed the first West Nile virus-infected mosquito in Brighton this year.
Design Finalized For Denver's 5280 TrailThe Downtown Denver Partnership is currently holding discussions and giving members of the public the opportunity to see the finalized design.
Rocky Flats Findings Divide Coloradans: 'It's Not A Big Surprise'After the state announced the highest level of plutonium ever publicly tested at Rocky Flats, questions remain on the safety in the area.
'It's A Major Hit': Phish Concert Campout Cancellations Hurt Coral Amayi's BusinessThe bad news: no overnight camping will be allowed because of ongoing concerns with plague.
Boulder Researchers Prepare For Historic Arctic ExpeditionScientists are preparing for what could be the biggest Arctic expedition ever, with about 500 scientists from 17 countries involved.
Firestone Woman Severely Burned In Cambodia, Family Works To Get Her Back HomeA young woman from Firestone suffered serious burns while teaching in Cambodia.
No Camping At Phish Concerts Due To Plague ConcernsPhish's concerts will continue as scheduled at Dick's Sporting Goods Park over Labor Day weekend, but there will be no overnight camping because of ongoing concerns with plague.
Photo Exhibit Shows Life Through The Eyes Of Cornea RecipientsThere is a photography exhibit at RedLine Contemporary Art Center with a vision. It lets you see the world through the eyes of people who feared they would never see again.
Bid On A Piece Of Steamboat Ski Resort HistoryA piece of Steamboat Springs history could be yours and the proceeds benefit a nonprofit organization.
State: Plutonium Levels Near Rocky Flats 5 Times Higher Than Health StandardNew information details how much pluntonium scientists found in a dirt sample from Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge.
CDOT Offers 50% Off Personal Breathalyzers To Keep Impaired Drivers Off The RoadThe Colorado Department of Transportation is once again offering its 50% off deal on personal breathalyzers to help keep drivers safe on Colorado roadways.
Air Force Academy Chapel To Close In September For Years-Long RenovationAfter years of delays, the iconic chapel at the U.S. Air Force Academy north of Colorado Springs will close for a major renovation project on September 4th. The repairs are needed to fix major leaking at the historic chapel.
Broomfield Police Release Photos Of Suspect Vehicle In Attempted Abduction MondayBroomfield Police released photos of a suspect vehicle following an attempted abduction Monday afternoon.
In Memory Of Robbie Eckert, Teens Create Mental Health Handbook For ParentsA new handbook, made by teens, promises to help adults better navigate conversations around mental health.
Breast Cancer Survivor & Hairdresser Now Offers Free Services To Other PatientsA Denver hairdresser offers her services to breast cancer patients at Denver Health for free.
'I Think It's Inevitable': Dr. Michael Ketterer Weighs In On Rocky Flats Soil SampleWhen the announcement came that soil testing near the Rocky Flats former nuclear production facility yielded a higher than normal result for plutonium, Dr. Michael Ketterer wasn’t surprised.
Breckenridge Considered Third Most Expensive Small Town To Live InBreckenridge is recognized as the third most expensive town for housing in America.
CPW Officials Warn Of Bear Activity After Third Attack Reported In AspenColorado Parks and Wildlife officials say a third bear attack this year in Aspen highlights serious concerns about bears roaming through populated areas.