Cinemark To Reopen Fort Collins Theater On Aug. 14, Tickets On Sale NowCinemark Theatres will reopen a move theater in Fort Collins next Friday.
Coronavirus Study Shows Extreme Disparities For Latinos In ColoradoWhile it’s known that minority communities are being adversely impacted by COVID-19, new research is providing insight on how it’s affecting Latinos in Colorado.
Group Of Children May Have Touched Rabid Bat In WestminsterThe Colorado Department of Health and Environment says a bat that was found dead in Westminster tested positive for rabies.
$100 For A Six-Pack Of Fat Tire? New Belgium Sets Special Rate To Bring Awareness To Climate ChangeThe $100 price tag reflects what beer could cost in 50 years if more isn't done to combat climate change.
Things To Do In Denver And Colorado This Weekend: Art With The Animals & Art Festival In The High CountryIf you’re looking for something fun to do with your family this weekend, there are plenty of events happening around the Denver metro area.
Colorado Artist Eddie Running Wolf Dies From Coronavirus ComplicationsColorado artist Eddie Running Wolf has died from complications related to coronavirus.
Weekend Travel Alert: Hampden Avenue To Close At Colorado Boulevard For Underpass ConstructionCrews are making progress installing an underpass beneath Hampden Avenue at Colorado Boulevard.
'A Tremendous Tragedy': Senegalese Community In Mourning After Deadly Denver House FireSome 24 hours after a fire claimed the life of Djibril Diol and four of his family members, the Diol family welcomed visitors to grieve with them, including Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
Adams 12 Schools Uses Learning Pod Model To Help Families When Remote Learning Isn't An OptionClassrooms have been configured to allow for social distancing while requiring face coverings so students can operate devices and participate in classes virtually.
Group Blocks Denver Municipal Building To Protest EvictionsMore than a dozen people gathered outside the Wellington E. Webb Municipal Building in Denver on Thursday to protest recent evictions.
Film On The Rocks To Return In 2020 With A (Drive-In) TwistEvent coordinators at Red Rocks Amphitheatre hadn't been able to present their annual Film on the Rocks film showings so far this year due to the coronavirus health guidelines, but now that's changing.
Call To Exercise, Raise Money For The High Line CanalThe High Line Canal Conservancy is launching it's first ever fundraiser to raise money for maintenance.
Colorado Department Of Labor Computer Upgrade May Help UnemployedThe Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has upgraded its website in hopes of making it easier for those seeking help.
Russell Larkins In Colorado, In Middle Of Cross-Country Run To Raise Awareness For Struggling VetsA North Carolina man who founded a nonprofit that helps struggling veterans is in Colorado this week as he makes a grueling run across a large portion of America.
Food Truck Fans Rejoice! Civic Center Eats Set To Return To Denver's Civic Center ParkCivic Center Eats will open on Aug. 12 for lunch and dinner.
Children's Hospital Colorado Releases Safety Guidelines For SchoolsChildren's Hospital Colorado has released new safety guidelines for schools.
Coworkers Remember Larger-Than-Life Man Who Died In Denver House FireDaniel Straley showed up to the scene of a crime with tears in his eyes.
Community Mourns Immigrant Family Killed In House Fire: 'We Have A Lot Of Questions'It was a horrifying site in Green Valley Ranch neighborhood Wednesday morning.
Manitou Incline Prepares To Reopen With Reservation SystemAfter being closed for nearly five months, the Manitou Incline will reopen soon.
Back To School: Denver Police To Give Out Free School SuppliesThe Denver Police Department will hand out backpacks filled with school supplies to make sure students are prepared for the upcoming school year.
Coronavirus In Colorado Cancels 'The Nutcracker'Colorado Ballet is making some changes to it's 60th Anniversary season to keep its dancers and audiences safe.
Lakewood Police Search For Couple Wanted In Deadly Shooting Of DogLakewood police are looking for two people suspected of shooting a dog to death.
Sales Tax Increase For Homeless Proposed To Be On November BallotDenver voters could have their say on a new retail sales tax to fund services for people experiencing homelessness.
Red Cross Volunteers Deliver Lunches To Castle Rock Adventist HospitalThe American Red Cross of Colorado COVID-19 Strike Team was hard at work on Tuesday at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital.
Food Pantry Hands Out 320,000 Meals To Aurora Residents During PandemicMore than 320,000 meals have been given out for free thanks to the Aurora Mobile Food Pantry.
Big Game Hunting Licenses For Sale On 'Leftover Day'Colorado Parks and Wildlife reserves the first Tuesday in August each year for people to take a shot at any big game hunting licenses that remain after the first and second draws.
Adams County Expands Free Coronavirus Testing For Uninsured, Symptomatic, ExposedThe testing is available for Adams County and Jefferson County residents who do not have health insurance, want a COVID-19 test, believe they have symptoms or have been exposed to coronavirus.
107-Year-Old Denver Woman Prepares To Celebrate Her BirthdayA Denver woman is preparing to celebrate her 108th birthday on Tuesday, Aug. 4.
3 Plead Guilty In Moffat County Elk Poaching CaseThree Meeker residents pleaded guilty to poaching two trophy bull elk last fall.
Denver To Give Out PPE Kits To Small Businesses & NonprofitsThousands of personal protective equipment kits are now available to Denver small businesses and nonprofits.