3 Plead Guilty In Moffat County Elk Poaching CaseThree Meeker residents pleaded guilty to poaching two trophy bull elk last fall.
Denver Weather: Severe Storms Possible This WeekAugust is kicking off with a bang in the weather department.
107-Year-Old Denver Woman Prepares To Celebrate Her BirthdayA Denver woman is preparing to celebrate her 108th birthday on Tuesday, Aug. 4.
Denver To Give Out PPE Kits To Small Businesses & NonprofitsThousands of personal protective equipment kits are now available to Denver small businesses and nonprofits.
More Colorado Students Feeling Depressed, Know Vaping Is Risky, Survey FindsColorado's children in middle school and high school are improving their health in some ways, but struggle with other aspects of their health.
Red Onions Linked To Salmonella Outbreak That Has Sickened People In Colorado And Other StatesA multistate outbreak of salmonella poisoning that has sickened almost 400 people in 31 states has been traced back to red onions, federal health officials said.
Flower Farm Pivots, Plants Produce This Year To Help During Coronavirus PandemicA family in Arvada is stepping up to help their community face the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic by changing the business model of their urban farm from flowers to food.
Denver Woman Wants 108 Cards For Her 108th Birthday!Gertie Abkes was born Aug. 4, 1912, and all she wants for her 108th birthday is 108 cards.
Study Ranks Centennial The Safest Large City In ColoradoBusiness insurance website AdvisorSmith recently ranked the safest cities and towns in Colorado.
Admission Is Free At State Parks On Monday To Celebrate Colorado DayTo celebrate Colorado Day, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering free admission to 41 state parks on Monday.
Volunteers Create Care Packages For Denver Homeless WomenVolunteers spent Sunday morning preparing care packages for some of Denver’s most vulnerable residents. 
Architect Changes Hospitals And Himself After Surviving Rare CancerAs he spent more time in cancer treatment, his work became more patient-centered. He even gave the radiation vaults at St. Joseph Hospital celestial ceilings.
Help Improve The High Line Canal During Walk For The Canal FundraiserColoradans are officially invited to help raise money to improve the High Line Canal trail.
Trouble In Tiny Town: 'This Place Needs The Sound Of Children'For more than 100 years it has entertained Colorado families, but this summer it’s quiet.
Neighbors Prepare To Take Action On Homeless Camp Near SchoolResidents in a downtown Denver neighborhood are taking matters into their own hands.
Colorado State Parks Admission Free For Military, Veterans During AugustDuring the month of August, members of the military can enjoy Colorado State Parks for free.
Fill The Boot Campaign Will Be Virtual-Only In 2020This year the fundraiser is going online only due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Boulder Teen Evan Blecher Putting His World Record Rubik's Cube Skills To Use Raising $$ For Those Affected By COVID-19A 14-year-old Guinness World Record holder is putting his unique talents to use helping those who have been affected by the coronavirus.
Vacant Properties Transform Into Opportunities In Denver HighlandsThree vacant properties in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood have been transformed into a vibrant interactive experience, with new opportunities for artists and small business owners.  
Shower, Laundry Trucks Help Those In Need In Adams CountyThe shower truck includes two shower bays and the laundry truck has 6 washers and dryers which can clean up to 30 loads at a time. Washing and drying a load takes about two hours.
Want To Keep Census Workers From Knocking On Your Door? Fill Out The 2020 Census NowCensus workers started going door-to-door in Denver, Arvada and other parts of the Denver metro area on Thursday.
Best Used Cars For Teens According To Consumer Reports & IIHSThe Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and Consumer Reports have teamed up to offer their first-ever list of recommended used vehicles for teens. Read more at cnet.com.
Douglas, Jefferson Counties Have Highest Response Rates To 2020 CensusThe Census Bureau is turning to a new tactic to get people to respond to the questionnaire.
Colorado Breweries Celebrate 5th Annual Colorado Pint DayBreweries and beer drinkers can celebrate the 5th Annual Colorado Pint Day to help the Colorado Brewers Guild raise money for their nonprofit.
Evictions Resume In Denver Amid Rise In Unemployment, Coronavirus PandemicDenver Sheriff Department deputies have the authority to remove tenants from their homes for the first time since April 30, but the backlog doesn’t reflect months of eviction dormancy.
Denver Weather: Warmer And Drier WednesdayMore heating heading our way.
UPS Hiring For 1,600 Permanent Jobs In Denver Metro AreaUPS is looking to hire 1,600 people in the Denver metro area. Most of the jobs are part-time for sorting and loading packages.
Denver Rescue Mission Hosts Job Fair To Keep Up With Demand For ServicesLooking for a job? Denver Rescue Mission is hosting a job fair this week.
Jeffco Schools Teachers Rally For Remote Learning This FallTeachers in the Jefferson County Education Association were up and down Wadsworth Boulevard on Monday afternoon, on foot and in their cars with signs calling for a change in the start to school next month related to coronavirus concerns.
Colorado Will Send Spruce To Capitol Hill For ChristmasIt's Christmas in July as we learn Colorado will provide the Capitol Christmas Tree this year. “I’m thrilled that one of Colorado’s magnificent Engelmann Spruce is heading to Washington D.C. to represent our state at the U.S. Capitol during the holidays this year,” said Governor Jared Polis in a news release.