Expedited DNA Testing Helps Identify Suspect In Two Aurora Rape CasesAurora police hope more possible victims of an accused rapist come forward. Police arrested 24-year-old Ble Ghislain Kore on Tuesday.
Global Down Syndrome Prepares For Highly-Anticipated Fashion ShowThe “Be Beautiful, Be Yourself” annual fashion show is a star-studded event happening Saturday at the Sheridan Denver Downtown Hotel.
'Scraps' On A Mission To Make Composting CoolAccording to the city, more than 50 percent of what Denver throws in the trash can be composted.
Children Fighting Serious Illnesses Treated To Halloween FunPediatric patients at Children’s Hospital Colorado and their families got a special treat Wednesday.
Surveillance Video Catches Bear Prudently Opening Vehicle DoorsA bear in Boulder was caught red-handed rummaging, very thoughtfully, through a vehicle during a snow storm on Sunday.
Wanna Buy A Tilt A Whirl? Items From Heritage Square To Be Auctioned OffRides and other items from a now-closed hillside amusement park in Jefferson County will be auctioned off later this month.
Drivers Notice Commute Changes As Central 70 Project BeginsDrivers who travel I-70 are noticing some changes along their commute now that the Central 70 project is underway.
Denver Company Brings Medical Care To Your HomeDenver startup “DispatchHealth” has a team of more than 100 ‘on-demand’ professionals who can treat patients in the comfort of their own home.
Police Look For Porch Pirate Wearing Construction VestA man wearing a construction, reflective vest was caught on home surveillance video stealing a package from someone's front porch.
Xcel: Around 30,000 Customers Had Their Power Knocked OutXcel Energy says around 30,000 customers had their power knocked out at around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
New Funding To Help Support Youth With Mental IllnessNearly $3 million is jump-starting a shift in how mental health services are administered to Colorado’s youth.
Reality Check: Hard-Hitting Gubernatorial Attack Ad Stirs ControversyA new attack ad in the governor’s race is creating an uproar.
3 More Businesses Hit In String Of Smash & Grabs In ParkerThree more businesses were struck early Tuesday morning, just one day after seven businesses were hit early Monday morning.
Student Group Among Those To Receive Grant Funding To Combat SuicideStudents at a Highlands Ranch school are coming together to address the tragic issue of teen suicide. 
Denver Audiences Can See What Happened Next In ‘Phantom Of The Opera’Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sequel to “Phantom of the Opera” is called “Love Never Dies” and it’s coming to Denver.
Colorado Veterans Arrive In North Carolina To Deliver DonationsAbout $150,000 worth of donations from Colorado arrived in New Bern, North Carolina on Monday.
Concrete Company Clears First Hurdle For Proposed Build SiteA ready-mix concrete company got the green light from Larimer County officials Monday to build submit a plan to build a concrete plant.
Boulder Looking For Owners Of Unclaimed ChecksThe City of Boulder wants its residents to check if they have unclaimed checks. The checks were issued by the city.
School Bus Driver Shortage Leaves Some Students Out In The ColdSome 2,300 kids in Summit County rely on the school district for transportation, but there’s a big shortage of drivers for the school buses and that means headaches for families.
Parker Police Ask For Help In Series Of Smash & Grab BurglariesPolice in Parker are asking for the public's help in catching the suspects wanted in seven overnight smash-and-grab burglaries.
Lafayette Firefighter Sent To ICU During Anniversary Trip To MexicoA vacation to Mexico has turned into a nightmare for a firefighter and his family in Lafayette. 
Not All Neighbors Love 'Isak Heartstone' The Wooden TrollA popular art installation in Breckenridge is on the chopping block. Neighbors who live near the wooden troll statue want it gone.
Voters Get Ready To Submit Ballots In Mid-Term ElectionMore than three million ballots are being mailed out to registered voters across the state of Colorado starting Monday.
Ballots In The Mail Now For Nov. 6 ElectionA big step forward in Colorado politics as 3.2 million ballots are being mailed to voters on Monday.
Snow & Cold Grip Much Of Front Range Ahead Of Broncos GameMuch of northern Colorado is under a winter weather advisory as an early season storm dumps snow across the region.
Nonprofit Raises Thousands To Save Horses From SlaughterhousesColoradans are coming together to save the lives of horses headed to be slaughtered. 
Hundreds Help Raise Money For ALS Research In Annual WalkWith the snip of some scissors, a group of runners and walkers were off. This isn't a race.
Wolf Creek First To Fire Up Lifts In Colorado & Nation For 2018 SeasonWolf Creek officially turned on their lifts Saturday which made them the first ski area to open for the season.
Inner City Health Center Hosts Annual 'Jazzed' EventDenver's Inner City Health Center prepares to hold it's one and only fundraiser of the year on Oct. 19.
Boys & Girls Club Gears Up For Annual Scream ScramThe Boys & Girls Club of Metro Denver are preparing for one of their biggest fundraisers every year, the Scream Scram Halloween 5K Walk/Run.