DU Athletics Kicks Off Toy Collection With Teddy Bear TossThe DU Cheer Squad is asking hockey fans to bring a new Teddy bear to toss on the ice during the game against North Dakota.
Denver Art Museum Celebrates French Impressionist Claude Monet’s 179th BirthdayFrench impressionist Claude Monet was born in Paris on Nov. 14, 1840, and the Denver Art Museum is hosting special events Thursday to celebrate.
With Bike Accidents Common On Marion Parkway, New Protected Bikeway Going InOver the past five years, there were a total of 38 vehicle crashes along Marion Parkway.
Walmart Inc. Sues 31 Colorado Counties To Shrink Tax BillsThe parent company of Walmart claims their stores' equipment is being overvalued and taxed at an increasing rate.
Nearly A Third Of Colorado Now Under Severe DroughtSince the final week in October, a significant shift in the weather pattern has caused frequent snow at lower elevations but very little in the high country. The effects are now being seen.
'CSI Laramie Lab' Helps Colorado Wildlife Officers Solve Poaching Cases, Animal AttacksInvestigations into poaching, trespassing and even predator attacks in Colorado are often solved thanks to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's Wildlife Forensic Laboratory.
Adams County School District 14 Pays $5 Million Over Teacher Sex AssaultAdams County School District 14 has paid a former 4th grade student who was molested by her teacher $5 million in a settlement the girl’s attorneys characterized as a landmark amount.
Grand Jury: Colorado Springs Officers Justified In Shooting Death Of De'Von BaileyDistrict Attorney Dan May made the announcement Wednesday.
'This Was Always Designed For That': 230 Acre Farm In Westminster To Be DevelopedOne of the last remaining large undeveloped plots of land in the Denver metro area could soon be home to 2,300 homes and businesses.
Rockley’s Music Center To Close After 73 Years In LakewoodRockley’s Music Center announced they are closing their doors after 73 years in business.
Metro State University Denver Students Watch History In The Making With Impeachment HearingsAcross the country, Americans watched the first public hearing in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. Joining them, students in Dr. Rob Preuhs' political science class at Metro State University in Denver.
Two Colorado Congressmen Will Play Key Role In Impeachment InquiryCongressman Joe Neguse, a Democrat, and Congressman Ken Buck, a Republican, sit on the Judiciary Committee.
Denver Artist Duke Beardsley Unveils 'Invasive Splendor' ExhibitArtist Duke Beardsley’s latest exhibition “Invasive Splendor” opens this month exploring the history of his upbringing and the direction it's taking.
Coloradan Gazella Bensreiti Wants Change After Hijab Discrimination At Pepsi CenterA Muslim-American woman who says she was asked to remove her hijab while waiting to enter the Pepsi Center is calling on management to make changes to policy and employee training.
Caught On Camera: Suspect Punched In Weld County, 3 Deputies Relieved Of DutyThree Weld County Sheriff's Deputies have been relieved of duty after one of them was caught on camera punching a suspect.