Craig Hospital Kicks Off Pedal 4 Possible, Annual Fundraiser Benefiting Spinal Cord And Brain InjuriesThis week Craig Hospital is kicking off their Pedal 4 Possible charity event.
BIG Tiger Muskie Caught At Gross Reservoir Projected To Be 6 Years OldA 34 inch, 11 pound tiger muskie was captured and released at Gross Reservoir this week, and a photo from Colorado Parks and Wildlife shows one of the smiling state workers who caught it.
'Very Confident In Upcoming Elections': Colorado's Secretary Of State Talks About Ballot TracingLess than a week after successfully petitioning for an injunction with the United States Postal Service, Secretary of State Jenna Griswold said Colorado voters should once again gain confidence in the stability of Colorado’s election system.
Colorado Schools Can Choose Between Football Now Or Football In The SpringSchools have until Monday so the organization can build schedules for one of two seasons that will offer teams at least six games during the 2020-21 school year.
Food Banks See Increased Demand, Call For Donations From Day Of ServiceXcel Energy’s Day of Service bingo card calls for a donation to your local food bank, and they could really use it right now.
Denver International Airport's New VeriFLY App Provides Travelers With Socially Distanced OptionsDenver International Airport has come up with a new way to give peace of mind during the pandemic to people considering flying out of DIA soon but who are worried about how safe it is.
Water Restrictions Set To Go Into Place In Fort Collins On Oct. 1City leaders in Fort Collins are trying to avoid a water shortage and are putting mandatory watering restrictions in place.
High School Football May Still Be Played This Fall In ColoradoGov. Jared Polis announced on Wednesday that the state will conditionally approve the Colorado High School Activities Association’s (CHSAA) request to make certain outdoor sports available this fall.
Day Of Service Bingo Card Promotes Sense Of CommunityXcel Energy’s Day of Service went virtual this year with a bingo card of kindness, that is bringing neighbors closer.
Spaces Still Available For City Of Englewood's Drive-In Movie Showing Of 'Footloose'Drive-in movies continue to be popular on Colorado's Front Range as we get close to the end of summer.
Cherry Creek High School Reverts To Remote Learning For 1,700+ After Coronavirus Outbreak Linked To Parties
Teen Entrepreneur Competes In Denver Startup Week With 'Teen Hustl'A teenage entrepreneur who started his first business at the age of 10 is competing in Denver Startup Week four years later, with a new business.
I-25 South Gap Project Enters 3rd Year, CDOT Urges Drivers To Be Careful In Work ZoneThis month marks two years since the start of the 18 mile long I-25 South Gap project.
Still Waiting On Your Unemployment Money? Make Sure You're Applying CorrectlyThe employment office says about 15% of unemployment claims haven't yet been paid, mainly due to common errors made by claimants.
Drivers Warned Of Full Closures On I-76 For The Next MonthColoradans should be aware about a full closure on Interstate 76 between Federal and Sheridan Boulevards starting Monday night.
Pepsi Center COVID-19 Testing Site To Close At The End Of The MonthTesting will be available through Sept. 30 at the Pepsi Center.
Sales Of Donated Designer Clothing Will Help Women SucceedTwo area nonprofits are working together to empower women of today by selling clothing from the past.
Giving Blood Is A Day of Service Kindness, Saves LivesXcel Energy is encouraging all Coloradans to do acts of kindness from a Day of Service bingo card, including giving blood.
Day Of Service Meeting The Needs Of The CommunityXcel Energy has re-imagined Day of Service for a coronavirus world, but kept in mind the needs of the Colorado community.
Denver Zoo Cancels Free Days In Oct. & Nov. Due To COVID-19The Denver Zoo announced on Friday that upcoming Free Days in Oct. and Nov. are canceled due to COVID-19 attendance restrictions.
Scaled-Down Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival Takes Place In Estes ParkThe annual Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival in Estes Park has had to cancel most of its events for 2020 due to the pandemic, but the Strongman/women competition is still on.
Gov. Polis Signs Executive Order Providing Temporary Flexibility For Learning Pods During PandemicThe order allows for in-home care of up to eight children who are 10 years old or older, without a licence. It allows for in-home care of up to five children aged 6-9, without a licence.
Rocky Ford Growers Association Makes Huge Watermelon Donation To Food Bank Of The RockiesRocky Ford Growers Association made a huge donation to Colorado families in need this week.
More Than 20% Of Denver Exempt From Controversial Group Living Rule Change ProposalAny neighborhood with a Home Owners Association, or HOA, would not have to follow the proposed changes, and any neighborhood still under the city's old zoning code would also be exempt.
Vitalant Encourages Recovered COVID-19 Patients To Donate Convalescent PlasmaVitalant is the first U.S. blood service provider to share its COVID-19 antibody positive rates from more than 250,000 donors.
Xcel Energy Scaling Down Day of Service, Still Going For Big ImpactThis is the 10th anniversary of Day of Service, and Xcel Energy has had to reimagine its volunteer efforts to accommodate coronavirus.
Some Greeley Schools Return To Remote Learning After Dozens Of Students Call Out SickHundreds of students in Greeley are resorting to remote learning amid concerns of coronavirus spreading within the school.
Day Of Service Volunteers Participate In Smaller, Socially Distanced ProjectsSand Creek Regional Greenway hosted a small group of volunteers to get some much needed work done on the trail.
Broadmoor Manitou & Pikes Peak Cog Railway Chugs Along Towards 2021 ReopeningThe railway track renovation recently reached its halfway completion point.
Denver Weather: More Record Cold PossibleOur strong September system is moving out on Thursday. That means we still have one more cold and wet weather day for Colorado.