Mandatory Evacuations Ordered For East Troublesome FireWindy, dry conditions pushed the East Troublesome Fire across Colorado Highway 125 Wednesday afternoon.
Denver Weather: Major Weather Changes Start Thursday
American Cancer Society Does Month Long Fundraising, Education EffortMaking Strides Against Breast Cancer walk had to be cancelled due to COVID-19, but there are other options to support the organization.
Colorado Hunters Impacted As U.S. Forest Service To Close 440,000+ Acres Of LandHistoric wildfire activity in Colorado prompted the U.S. Forest Service to temporarily close all national forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder and Larimer counties.
Fall Babies At Higher Risk For Allergies, Colorado Study FindsMore than five million children, two kids in every classroom, have an allergy to at least one food.
Denver Weather: Warm And Windy Ahead Of Major Changes
Cal-Wood & Lefthand Canyon Fires Grow SlightlyBoth of the CalWood and Lefthand Canyon fires grew slightly as firefighters continue to get a handle on them.
Coronavirus Dashboard Launched In Denver Public SchoolsDenver Public Schools launched a coronavirus dashboard to help parents get an idea of the number of cases in the state's largest school district.
Evacuated Residents For CalWood, Lefthand Fires Can Pick Up Mail At Local Post OfficePeople evacuated due to the CalWood and Lefthand Canyon Fires can pick up their mail at their post offices until delivery resumes.
Many Coloradans Don't Wait, Head To Polls For In-Person VotingIn-person voting started across Colorado on Monday. Karuna Srikureja was one of those who decided to cast her ballot in person in Denver.
Colorado Health Experts: Hospitalization Data Mirrors May NumbersThe number of coronavirus hospitalizations in Colorado reached a level not seen since May, health experts say.
United Way Of Larimer County Activates Cameron Peak Fire Response Fund
Denver Elections Mobile Voting Center Celebrates The First Day Of Early Voting On The University Of Denver CampusDenver Elections is hoping to get out the vote with a mobile voting center. The voting center is on wheels so it can be moved from location to location with ease.
Jewish Family Services Offers Ballot Pickup, Drop Off For Those Who Can't Leave HomeJewish Family Services in Colorado is offering ballot pickup and drop off for anyone in the community who can't leave their home or feels uncomfortable leaving their home during the pandemic.
Check Out The New Train Cars For The Broadmoor Manitou & Pikes Peak Cog RailwayThe train cars for the Broadmoor Manitou & Pikes Peak Cog Railway are being completed in Switzerland.
Early Voting Begins Monday In ColoradoIn Colorado, every registered voters receives a ballot in the mail but voters can choose to cast their ballots in person at designated voting centers.
'It's Gone, It's Rubble': At Least 26 Homes Damaged Or Destroyed By CalWood FireA total of 26 homes were lost or damaged due to the CalWood Fire, officials said, though that number is expected to increase when damage assessment teams return to some of the affected areas.
Cameron Peak Fire Surpasses 200,000 Acres In Larimer CountyThe largest wildfire in Colorado's history surpassed 200,000 acres on Sunday.
Boulder County Prepares To Open Voting Centers As Fires Force EvacuationsBoulder County will open vote centers on Monday where voters can cast their ballot in person, drop off their ballot or register to vote.
Flags To Be Lowered For Fallen Commerce City Police Officer Curt HollandGov. Jared Polis ordered flags on public buildings to be flown at half-staff for a fallen Commerce City police officer.
'Luck Isn't On Our Side Anymore': Cameron Peak Fire Evacuees Watch With Fearful HeartsCarl says for years the gift shop has been a last stop for travelers headed up the canyon. He’s hoping that will continue for years to come.
Commerce City Police Officer Killed In Double Fatal Crash On Hwy 2Colorado State Patrol is investigating a deadly crash on Highway 2 in Commerce City that claimed the life of a Commerce City police officer.
Denver Independent Artists & Venues Eligible For CARES Act MoneyDenver Arts & Venues is taking applications for grants to help the City’s arts industry.
Fire Near Manitou Incline Started In Homeless Camp, Investigators Search For Person Of InterestThe fire was human-caused but exactly what specifically started the fire is unclear.
Greeley Cancels Lights The Night Parade, Plans Drive-Thru 'Holiday Lane' InsteadInstead of a traditional parade along a crowded street, Greeley is hosting a new event -- Holiday Lane at Island Grove.
Things To Do In Denver This Weekend: Running For A Cause, Ghosts At DBGThere are many exciting events going on across the state this weekend, from spooky Halloween fun to running for a good cause.
Security Cameras, Other Measures In Place To Protect Voters, Drop Off Ballot BoxesThe drop off ballot boxes themselves are bolted to the ground and have protections in place to keep ballots safe for the short time they are locked in.
Children's Hospital Colorado Calls For Blood Donations Amid Critical ShortageChildren's Hospital Colorado is in need of blood donors. The hospital is experiencing a critical shortage of platelets.
Denver Center Hosts Virtual Broadway Concert SeriesWith live performances on hold, the DCPA has found a different way to connect with its audiences, in the form of a series of online concerts.
'Voter Intimidation Is Against The Law': Gov. Polis Said It Will Not Be ToleratedColorado state and local leaders said voter intimidation will not be tolerated during the election and they have measures in place to prevent it.