Denver And Colorado News

Road-Tripping Cat Reunited With Aurora FamilyA cat that disappeared from her home in Aurora in April is now reunited with her owner.
Two Colorado DressBarns Among Hundreds ClosingDressbarn today announced plans to commence a wind down of its retail operations, including the eventual closure of its approximately 650 stores.
Colfax Diner Could Be Saved From The Wrecking BallA Denver diner could be spared the wrecking ball.
Ponderosa Senior Overcomes Broken Bones & Brain Injury To Graduate With ClassThe Ponderosa High School Class of 2019 celebrated commencement on Tuesday at Echo Park Stadium in Parker.
Victims Hurt In Dairy Queen Car Crash Recall Terrifying OrdealVictims of a suspected impaired driver are thanking the northern Colorado community, after they survived a vehicle veering off the road and landing atop many of them.
City To Inspect Condos After HOA Leaves Heat Turned Off During SnowstormWith June around the corner, most people aren’t thinking about their furnace. However, Colorado weather can be unpredictable.
Denver Mother Arrested After Infant Dies At HospitalDenver police arrested a 31-year-old mother after her 7-month-old son died at Rose Medical Center early Tuesday morning.
Jamie Giellis Says Culture Of Sexual Harassment Exists In City HallThe challenger to Denver Mayor Michael Hancock in next month's runoff election goes on attack against the incumbent. Jamie Giellis says there is a culture of sexual harassment in city hall that is out of control.
Multiple Crashes Force Vail Pass To CloseVail Pass was closed Tuesday afternoon as more vehicles crashed amid a late-May storm which brought feet of snow for some areas.
Giraffe Watch 2019: Msitu At Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Is 'Definitely Pregnant'The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo announced Tuesday that a member of their herd is expecting!
Rock Slide In Glenwood Canyon Causes Issues On Interstate 70Interstate 70 is mostly back open through Glenwood Canyon as Colorado Department of Transportation crews clean up a rock slide.
Officials Calling On Volunteers To Help Ahead Of Threats Of FloodingVolunteers from around the state are filling hundreds of sand bags, preparing evacuation routes and doubling down on their emergency response plans in Lake City.