Suspect Shot On I-70 By Officers After Leading Them On Wild Chase From StrasburgA response to an officer-involved shooting impacted traffic on Interstate 70 near Watkins.
Colorado Weather: One More Cool Day With Impressive Mountain SnowFor the fifth consecutive day, Denver and most of Colorado will stay colder than normal on Tuesday. It will also stay cloudy with mountain snow and rain possible in the metro area.
'I Wanted To Be That Top Gun Guy': Colorado Pilots Tell How '80s Movie Inspired Their CareersAs Paramount Pictures prepares for the release of their new movie, Top Gun Maverick, some local Top Gun graduates are reflecting on how the original movie influenced their career paths.
Magic Mountain Atmosphere: Some Residents In Blue River Were Snowed In After Getting More Than A Foot In StormGary Weessies intended to go hiking and spend some time tromping through a warm spring-time mountain scene on May 20. When he saw the forecast, he changed course.
Denver Auditor Calls For Better Oversight On DIA ConstructionAccording to an audit from Denver Auditor Timothy M. O’Brien, Denver International Airport needs to keep a closer watch on construction projects to avoid cost overruns and scheduling delays.
It's A Bird... A Thunderbird! Air Force Thunderbirds Help Celebrate Graduation WeekBe prepared to see the Air Force Thunderbirds overhead across parts of Colorado this week.
Coloradans Lean On Each Other Amid Baby Formula Shortage: 'It's A Beautiful Mess'There are a few extra cans of infant formula in Julia Walker’s apartment, but they won’t remain long. Walker, who has a 1 year old transitioning with formula, couldn’t find it when she needed it.
FDA Plans To Review COVID Vaccine For Kids Under 5 Years Next MonthAbout 18 million children in the United States are still ineligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. The long-awaited shot for children under age five could be coming soon.
Colorado Weather: Rain And Snow In The Cards For Tuesdayur cool pattern holds on for one more day over Colorado with 3 systems bringing in moisture thru Tuesday night.
Xcel Agrees To Nearly $1 Million EPA Fine Over Coal Ash Storage At Problem-Plagued Comanche Power PlantThe Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Monday a settlement reached with Public Service Company of Colorado (PSCo) that will result in a $925,000 fine and requirements for increased monitoring and data gathering at the Comanche power plant near Pueblo.
Littleton Police Report Big Increase In Storage Unit TheftsThe City of Littleton is reporting a big increase in thefts at storage units.
Xcel Energy Hopes To Restore Power To Remaining Customers By Monday NightXcel Energy says around 25,000 customers were still without power as of Monday morning following the heavy, wet snow from a late May storm on May 20.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Blasts City Council Members' Trip To ParisThose on the city council are given a $7,000 a year travel budget. But the mayor thinks the people shouldn't have to pay for international trips.
Denver Coroner's Office Receives Rapid DNA ProcessorThere is new technology coming to Colorado that promises to help investigators process crime scene DNA faster.
Clean Up Continues After Late May SnowstormLawn and tree care crews were busy hauling away piles of debris following the late spring storm.