2 Colorado Springs Schools Closed Tuesday Due To Threat Of Protests Over Face MasksTwo schools in Colorado Springs were empty on Tuesday due to the threat of protests.
Denver Receives New USPS High-Speed Package Sorting Machine Before Busy Holiday Shipping SeasonDenver's U.S. Postal Service sorting facility has a new tool to help ease some of the anticipated holiday shipping delays.
Dog Owner In Colorado Fined After Dog Attacks, Kills DeerColorado Parks and Wildlife officers want to remind dog owners about potential fines if their pets harass wildlife.
Colorado Doctor Says Better To Get COVID Vaccine Than Soon-To-Be Approved Merck TreatmentThe FDA is reviewing a request from drugmaker Merck to approve a pill to treat COVID-19.
Andrew Ritchie Second Person To Be Charged With First-Degree Murder In Mail Carrier Jason Schaefer's DeathA man who investigators believe wasn't at the scene of the shooting of postal worker Jason Schaefer but is complicit in the crime was charged with first-degree murder.
Rescuers Searched Mount Elbert For Overdue Hiker Who Didn't Answer Phone CallsA Colorado search and rescue team is urging people who are late in returning from the outdoors to answer their phones if they get repeated calls from an unknown number after spending hours looking for a hiker who never knew they were the subject of a search.
Denver City Council Approves $9 Million to Expand Housing Options For HomelessThe Denver City Council approved more than $9 million to a program that will expand housing options for the city's homeless population.
Elk Freed From Child's Swing Thanks To Some Concerned Jefferson County ResidentsAn elk spotted at the Evergreen Golf Course with a child's swing caught in its antlers got some help this week.
Watershed Impacts From Cameron Peak Fire Expected To Last For Many YearsScientists and hydrologists say the impact of the largest fire in Colorado history on the Poudre River and Big Thompson River watersheds will last for a decade or more.
Many Colorado Pharmacies Slammed With Demand As COVID Booster Eligibility WidensAs more Coloradans are now eligible to get their COVID-19 booster shot, many pharmacies are slammed with demand while also working to meet other patient needs.
Denver Startup Plans First-Of-Its-Kind Stacked Container HousingWest Colfax Avenue in Denver is changing. It's already a hub for new development, but is also slated to be home to the first-of-its-kind Stackhouse.
Sally Strelecki, Woman Shot By Bullet Through Apartment Wall, Regains Consciousness And Defies OddsSally Strelecki has overcome long odds after a tragedy in a Centennial apartment at the beginning of the month.
Chautauqua Park Trail Closed To Hikers During RepairsA popular trail in Chautauqua Park in Boulder will be closed to hikers this week. Chautauqua Trail will be closed through Friday while the trail is resurfaced.
Trail Ridge Road In Rocky Mountain National Park Closed Until May 2022Trail Ridge Road through Rocky Mountain National Park has been closed to through traffic for the season.
Recent Crashes Involving Semis On I-70 Prompt CDOT To Make Major Adjustment To Summit County RoadworkThe Colorado Department of Transportation says due to safety concerns along Interstate 70, its project along a westbound stretch in Summit County will now be done during the daylight.