‘CU Heroes Clinic’ Keeps Colorado Veterans SmilingThe University of Colorado is dedicated to helping keep Colorado veterans smiling.
Colorado Crews Respond To California Fires: 'Very Imperative That We Go'Colorado is coming to the aid of California amidst some of the worst wildfires in that state's history.
Ditch The Shopping List, Get Outside On Black FridayColorado Parks and Wildlife have another option for those who don't feel like shopping on Black Friday-- get outside!
Help More Students Visit The Denver Museum Of Nature And ScienceThe Denver Museum of Nature and Science is asking for your vote, in order to bring more students to the museum each year.
Daddy Bruce Randolph's Legacy Lives On With Thanksgiving TraditionThe Epworth United Methodist Church is continuing Daddy Bruce Randolph's legacy of feeding families in need on Thanksgiving.
Glass Poppies At WWI Ceremony To Benefit VFW Post 1A ceremony at Denver Botanic Gardens recognized Coloradans who passed away in World War I on Sunday, the 100th anniversary since the war ended.
Volunteers Cook Meal For Homeless As Part Of Community ProjectsHundreds of Coloradans came together to help people struggling with mental health and homelessness on Saturday.
Standing Room Only During 1968 Time Capsule Opening In GoldenThe tower outside of Golden’s City Hall holds the bell that was rung on Armistice Day in Golden in 1918.
MADD Hosts Candlelight Vigil In Honor Of Coloradans Killed By Drunk DriversHundreds of Coloradans came together at a candle light vigil on Saturday night in Westminster to honor victims killed by drunk drivers.
MADD Colorado Victim ResourcesAdvocates for Mothers Against Drunk Driving support victims at no cost and push for stronger legislation.
Family Hopes To Keep Memory Of Teen Alive With Broncos Memorial ServiceOne family is remembering Tyler Vitt, the 14-year-old who died after a car rolled over him, and his love of the Denver Broncos.
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Families Celebrate During Denver Adoption DayMore than 40 families finalized the adoption of 54 children Friday morning at the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse as part of Denver Adoption Day.
Copper Wants To Expand Snowmaking, Build More Hiking & Biking TrailsThe U.S. Forest Service wants to know what Coloradans think of a plan to expand snowmaking and summer trails at Copper Mountain.
World War II Veteran Reflects On 35-Year CareerVeterans Day is an opportunity to thank veterans for their service, but one veteran is thanking the military for the opportunity.
Tickets To Denver Zoo Lights On Sale NowTickets to Zoo Lights are on sale now, something different than previous years.
Arvada Center Classes Release Inner ArtistsThe Arvada Center offers hundreds of classes in every discipline of the arts as a way to encourage creativity.
Church Sues Fort Collins Over Homeless Locker RestrictionsA church in Fort Collins is suing the city, accusing it of "unlawfully" using land use codes to stop a program that would help the homeless.
Teen Raising Funds For Cancer By Kicking Field Goals Reaches GoalA Colorado teenager has been kicking field goals for a cause for months now, and it's finally paying off.
African-Americans Asked To Help Community Curation ProgramPreserving and remember Black History in Colorado is the mission of volunteers who are asking African-Americans in Denver to share their pictures and their stories.
Denver City Council Considers Bill For Supervised Drug Injection SiteA second attempt to implement a pilot program for a supervised drug injection site in Denver is in the works.
Woman Leads Charge To Help Spay & Neuter Dozens Of Stray CatsA woman in the town of Morgan on Colorado's Eastern Plains has made it her mission to sterilize feral cats in the town in an effort to get the population under control.
Special Needs Students Help Environment, Less FortunateYoung adults in Jefferson County Transitions Programs are coming together for Colorado’s less fortunate, giving back to a community that gives them so much.
Salvation Army Urges Families In Need To Sign Up Now For Holiday HelpThe Salvation Army wants to help families in the Denver metro area to have a stress-free holiday by giving them a little help.
Joe Neguse Becomes First African-American To Represent Colorado In CongressDemocrat Joe Neguse has won the Colorado congressional seat being vacated by Democrat Jared Polis as he runs for governor.
Scott Tipton Wins Re-Election To 3rd Congressional DistrictColorado Republican Rep. Scott Tipton has been re-elected to Congress.
Colorado Democratic Rep. DeGette Re-Elected For 12th TermColorado Democratic Rep. Diana DeGette has won re-election to her 12th congressional term.
Colorado Ranks No. 1 In Voter Registration, Top 5 In TurnoutIt's Election Day and so far more Democrats than Republicans have voted in Colorado. More ballots have been returned so far this midterm election than in the 2014 election.
Republican Rep. Doug Lamborn Re-Elected To Congressional District 5Colorado Republican Rep. Doug Lamborn has been re-elected to Congress.
Democratic Rep. Perlmutter Re-Elected To Congressional District 7Colorado Democratic Rep. Ed Perlmutter has won a seventh term in Congress.