Parkinson's Awareness Month Aims To Dispel Myths, Educate About Disease, TreatmentsAccording to the Parkinson’s Foundation, more than 1 million people are currently living with the disease in the United States. 60,000 Americans are diagnosed every year, and men are 1.5 times more likely to have Parkinson’s than women.
Asian American, Pacific Islander Community Pushes For Diversity, Inclusion While Some Call For Boycott Of 'The Villager'A statement released Thursday did issue an apology but activists say The Villager needs to demonstrate sincere regret and take steps to meet with community leaders to understand the depth of their anger.
‘I Got Dealt Some Pretty Bad Cards’: Former Foster Youth Finds Comfort With New FamilyKatie wasn’t living the life she wanted, but she said she let it play out and now she has what she needed the most – people to rely on.
Aging Out Of The Foster Care System Without Support Can Be A Lonely LifeOrganizations like CASA and Raise the Future work to ease the transition that older teens face as they leave foster care.
Coloradans Who Lost Loved Ones To COVID Can Apply For Funeral Assistance From FEMAMore than 560,000 Americans have died because of COVID-19. That includes 6,319 Coloradans. Now the federal government is offering a way to reimburse those funeral expenses.
Tickets To See Garth Brooks At Frontier Nights Sell Out In 1 HourTickets to see Garth Brooks perform during the Frontier Nights concert series went on sale at 9 a.m. Thursday and were gone in an hour.
Raise The Future Is Giving Parents The Tools They Need To Help Their ChildrenRaise The Future works to make connections for kids, and also supports the families that are made from those connections.
COVIDCheck Colorado Testing Sites Will Have Delayed Start Friday Due To WeatherSeveral COVID-19 testing sites in the Denver metro area will be on a delayed start on Friday due to the Winter Weather Advisory and expected snowfall.
Teens Interested In Going Behind-The-Scenes At Denver Police Department Encouraged To Apply For Volunteer ProgramApplications are now being accepted for the Denver Police Teen Volunteer Program.
‘I Love Them…They Love Me’: Mentorship Became The Perfect Relationship For One Teen In Foster CareRaise The Future makes connections for children living in foster care, but those relationships don’t always culminate in adoption.
VIZIO Expanding In Denver, Hiring 100 New EmployeesThe company announced it will open an innovation office in the Mile High City -- and hire 100 new employees.
Stakeholders Considering Fees For 'Loved To Death' 14er Quandary PeakOne of Colorado’s most popular 14ers could be the next to see permits or fees to help manage the growing crowds.
Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Debuts In Denver In September But Tickets Already Selling FastImmersive Van Gogh debuts in the Mile High City in September, allowing visitors to lose themselves in monumental projections animating Vincent van Gogh’s works of art.
‘They Stepped In And Saved My Life In Multiple Ways’: A Former Wednesday’s Child Gets The Life He’s Always WantedMarcus was first featured on Wednesday’s Child feeding goats, and that sparked the hearts of a couple who weren’t planning on having kids.
Denver Metro Area Water Parks Announce Summer Opening DatesWater parks in the Denver metro area are announcing opening dates.
Get Ready For Tickets To 125th Anniversary Of Cheyenne Frontier DaysTickets for Cheyenne Frontier Days in Cheyenne, Wyoming go on sale April 15 at 9 a.m.
Namaste And Popcorn: Yoga, Film On The Rocks, SnowShape Return To Red RocksAfter a year of twists and turns during the coronavirus pandemic, it's time for Red Rocks to welcome visitors once again for its Yoga on the Rocks, Film on the Rocks, and SnowShape Ski Season Fitness.
Beautiful Families Are Made Through Adoption From Foster Care: ‘Me… Having A Family Now… Is Like A Dream Come True’Raise the Future works on making connections for teens and sibling groups living in foster care who are sometimes the hardest to place.
Wednesday's Child Gets Ultimate Football Experience With Former Broncos PlayerFormer Broncos player Ryan Harris tossed around the football with DeMoni at Empower Field at Migh High.
Fund Set Up For Brad Brubaker's Family, Victim In Denver Highlands CrashA fund has been started to help the family of a 46-year-old man who was hit and killed in a dramatic crash at 32nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard.
Volunteers Raising Money To Rebuild Trails & Bridges Burned Down In Cameron Peak FireAfter the largest wildfire in Colorado history charred more than 200,000 acres in 2020, one local organization is now working with U.S. Forest Services to reclaim and rebuild hundreds of miles of trails in Larimer County.
'Fight For Air Climb' Raises Money For Lung Cancer Research, COVID Action InitiativeEvery year, volunteers sign up to climb 2,000 stairs as part of the "Fight for Air Climb" with the American Lung Association. The event is to raise awareness and donations for lung cancer research, and this year, for the association’s COVID Action Initiative as well.
OSHA Investigating Death Of Juan Temoxtle, Colorado Dairy Farm Employee Who Drowned In Manure PitSources say the man who died in an industrial accident at a Colorado dairy farm had been employed for six weeks and that the incident happened during his first day operating this particular work vehicle.
Colorado Golf Community Loses A Champion: Michael Lee From School Of Mines Dies From COVID-19Michael Lee won four college golf tournaments during his golf career at the Colorado School Of Mines. He died a few months ago from COVID-19 at the age of 28.
Colorado Unemployment Claimants Struggling With Verification Stuck With No Income, No AnswersThe system put in place in Colorado to try to combat fraudulent unemployment claims is putting some people who are out of work in a desperate situation.
Raise The Future’s Family Support Services Making Positive Changes For Families94% of families who’ve gone through Trust-Based Relational Intervention training say it made positive changes for their families.
'Still Some Anxiety': Principal Helps Organize COVID Vaccine Clinic For StudentsNationally 1 in 5 COVID-19 cases during the last week of March were young people younger than 18.
Eligible Denver Students Invited To Receive Pfizer COVID-19 VaccineDenver Public Schools will offer six COVID-19 vaccine clinics for eligible students who want one.
Denver Church Leans On Faith & Hope After Fire Damages BuildingAJ says fire officials concluded the fire was electrical. The blaze ripped through their building, destroying the attic.
Thomas Jefferson High School Students 16 And Older Can Sign Up for Pfizer COVID VaccineStudents 16 and older at Thomas Jefferson High School can sign up for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.