'Internet Gold': San Miguel Woman Explains Typo In Viral Boulder TweetIt’s the boulder seen ‘round the world. The “large boulder the size of a small boulder” that has the internet rolling in laughter.
'You're Trampling That Vegetation': Jeffco Open Space Pleads Public To Mind Trail SignsRangers with Jefferson County Open Space say winter is making a mess of their trails as bikers and hikers are detouring of path to avoid mud and ice.
RTD Selects Paul Ballard As Interim General Manager & CEOThe Regional Transportation District announced Paul Ballard will take over as Interim General Manager of the agency Tuesday night.
Tyron Garth Charged With Murdering Mae Rose GarthAurora police say Tyron Garth shot and killed 67-year-old Mae Rose Garth on Monday.
Childhood Cancer Survivor Thriving Into AdulthoodOsteosarcoma survivor Kyra Roach got a special scholarship that’s helping her make her dreams come true.
'Silent Protest' At DU Puts Spotlight On Gender-Based ViolenceUniversity of Denver students gathered for a silent protest to encourage others to speak out when it comes to sexual assault on campus.
CBI Looking For 2 Endangered Children Possibly In ColoradoThe Colorado Bureau of Investigation says two young children who are endangered might be in Colorado.
Colorado Business Owners: Beware Of Fake Registration LettersColorado business owners may be getting a letter asking them to pay for what is essentially a free service.
Jefferson County Fairgrounds Future To Be Discussed At Tuesday Night MeetingA meeting about the future of the Jefferson County Fairgrounds is expected to draw a lot of comment on Tuesday night.
Reward For 'Make Yourself At Home' Bandit Increased To $15,000The reward for information about the so-called "Make Yourself at Home" Bandit was increased to $15,000.
Police Search For Suspect In Steel Drum Theft From Newman Center In DenverPolice in Denver are searching for a man who is wanted for stealing three steel drums from the Newman Center for the Performing Arts earlier this month.
French American School of Denver Set To Open In Denver Public Schools System This FallThe creation of a French immersion program in Denver is great news for some native French speakers.
Backcountry Ski Operation To Offer New Experiences For ColoradansA first of its kind, “human-powered” backcountry ski operation, announced Monday it is opening for its first official season Feb 15.
Do You Have Coronavirus, Or The Flu? Guidelines & InformationWith all of the news about Coronavirus out there, a number of sick folks are coming in wondering whether it’s possible they could have this new, potentially deadly virus.
'People Are Stocking Up': Denver Smoke Shop Lowers Prices Ahead Of FDA BanSmoke shops are scrambling to sell their remaining fruit flavored e-cigarette cartridges.
DraftKings Partners With Twin River To Bring Sports Betting To ColoradoDraftKings announced a new partnership Monday with Twin River Worldwide Holdings, Inc. to bring its Sportsbook product to Colorado casinos.
Study: Colorado 21st Most Dangerous State In U.S.Colorado was recently ranked the 21st most dangerous state in the U.S. in a report by LawnStarter.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Holding Community Call On Youth Gun ViolenceThe mayor and city officials will update residents on efforts and existing programs focused on prevention, intervention and suppression of youth gun violence.
Fundraiser Aims To Honor Neal Cassady With Monument In DenverAcross Denver a prominent figure of the Beat Movement of the 1950s is being remembered.
Coloradan Wants To Ship Face Masks Overseas To Doctors Treating Deadly CoronavirusA Colorado native, now living in Wuhan, China, is raising money to send ten thousand face masks to Chinese hospitals facing reported shortages of medical supplies due to the deadly Coronavirus.
Colorado Man Raising Money For Coronavirus Medical Supplies In ChinaA Colorado native, now living in Wuhan, China, is raising money to send 10,000 face masks to Chinese hospitals facing reported shortages of medical supplies due to the deadly coronavirus.
School Counselors Available Saturday After Tragic Death Of Marnee Kelley-MillsOfficials at Denver Public Schools say counselors will be available to parents and students following the death of Marnee Kelley-Mills.
Iraq War Veteran Says 'Big & Emotional Thank You' For Service LabradorThe burden for one Colorado veteran got a little lighter Saturday.
FBI Looking For 'Powder Puff Bandit'The FBI wants to find the man they call the Powder Puff Bandit.
Deputies Looking For Suspects In Trailhead Car BurglaryJefferson County Sheriff's deputies want to find whoever broke into a car and stole credit cards.
Be Warned: Puffer Week Begins In ColoradoThe Colorado Department of Public Safety says Colorado Puffer Week will start Sunday, Jan. 26.
Supportive Sticky Notes Line Golden High School Hallway After Call For HelpAn outpouring of responses, to a note scrawled on the wall of the girls bathroom "Is life worth all the bull****?" have been moved into the hallway at Golden High School. The display is meant to encourage others to express support or the need for some.
Denver Animator Takes On Challenge Of Programming The Mile High TreeThe Mile High Tree is 110-feet tall, and animates in fun and sometimes unexpected ways. Andrew Spain makes that animation happen.
Missing Highlands Ranch Teen Parker Preisser Found DeadParker Preisser was last seen Thursday afternoon at Highlands Ranch High School.
CDC Investigates Possible Case Of Coronavirus At St. Anthony Hospital In LakewoodHospitals across Colorado are taking extra precautions in response to the Coronavirus outbreak in China.