King Soopers Attack Suspect Recognized, Aurora Police Make ArrestPolice in Aurora have arrested the suspect wanted in an attack at a King Soopers earlier this month.
Carousel BallOct. 19: Enjoy cocktails, auctions, dinner, and exciting entertainment at the Children's Diabetes Foundation's Carousel Ball.
Taps and TailsOct. 10-24: Sip on local ambers and IPAs at this pop-up bier hall at the Denver Zoo.
Enchanted HollowsOct. 3-25: Travel an eerie trail at the Denver Zoo where Halloween creatures and spirits in stories and lore rise to life.
Security Community Rallies Around King Soopers Guard Who Was AssaultedAurora police are still trying to identify the suspect who attacked a security guard at the King Soopers on Mississippi Avenue and Chambers Road.
Lindsey Vonn Among 6 To Be Inducted Into Colorado Sports Hall Of FameSix Colorado figures in the athletic world will be inducted into the 2020 Colorado Sports Hall of Fame class.
'It Tastes Amazing': Big Green Nonprofit Helps Kids Explore FarmingThe Colorado Agriculture Department is highlighting the state’s next generation of farmers through its Colorado Proud program.
Reward Increased Again In Beaten King Soopers Security Guard CaseAurora police say $1,000 has been added to the reward for more information about an attack on a security guard at King Soopers.
Parker Police Find Truck In Porch Pirate Investigation, Continue Search For SuspectParker police say a porch pirate caught on video also stole the vehicle he drove to the home.
Bonsai Cultivation Voluntarily Recalls Some Marijuana ProductsThe Denver Department of Public Health and Environment says a marijuana business is recalling some of its retail marijuana products.
Therapy Dog Lola Helps Victims In 5th Judicial District Attorney's OfficeInside the 5th Judicial District Attorney’s Office every day, victims relive their experiences, some traumatic, so prosecutors can help bring justice.
Tri-County Health Warns Of Rise In Hand Foot & Mouth Disease Among Student Athletes The Tri-County Health Department says Hand Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) cases are on the rise in Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties.
VIDEO: King Soopers Security Guard Beaten, $9,000 Reward OfferedA security guard at a King Soopers in Aurora suffered serious injuries after he confronted a suspected shoplifter.
Former Denver City Council Candidates Launch 'Denver North Star Newspaper'Two former competitors for a Denver City Council seat decided to team up to bring a local newspaper to northwest Denver.
Colorado Free Application Day For Colleges Is Oct. 15Tuesday is Free Application Day for college in Colorado. Last year, Colorado institutions received more than 23,000 applications last year.
City Invites Pet Owners To Chime In On Future Dog Parks In DenverAs Denver’s population continues to grow, so does the number of dogs living in the city.
'Slash Program' Helps Reduce Wildfire Risk By Removing FuelJefferson County has a green way for residents to prevent wildfires. The ‘Slash Program’ gets natural fire hazards off residents’ properties and processed into compost.
Caught On Camera: Suspect Sought In Sunday Church Arson In LongmontLongmont police are searching for a man suspected of starting a fire inside Central Longmont Presbyterian Church early Sunday morning.
Park County Educators Plan To Strike MondayTeachers with the Park County School District are planning to strike Monday following failed negotiations with the school district.
Beer From Tivoli Brewing Company Helps Families Of Fallen OfficersTivoli Brewing Company partnered with a local nonprofit to launch a beer that helps the Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation.
Can'd Aid, Rocky Mountain Anglers Volunteers Clean Up Boulder CreekMore than one hundred people were on hand to help clean up Boulder Creek on Sunday.
Arvada SRO Builds Runway To Help Student With Cerebral Palsy WalkA school resource officer in Arvada went above and beyond to help a young student learn to walk.
Psychiatric Hospital Could Release Thomas Proesel, Who Pushed Snowboarder Off Aspen ChairliftThe man who pushed a snowboarder off a chairlift at Aspen Highlands in 2016 could be released from a state psychiatric hospital, according to a the Aspen Times.
Steelhead Composites Goes International Thanks To Small Business Grant From ColoradoThe State of Colorado is looking to help more small businesses reach international customers. The State Trade and Expansion Program hands out hundreds of thousands of dollars each year.
Agrihood Development Brings Urban Farming to DenverAn urban agrihood community in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood is providing a greener lifestyle, for residents and the public. 
‘A Doll’s House’: Both Classic & Sequel Are Playing At The DCPAThe Denver Center Theatre Company is performing two major works at once, “A Doll’s House” & “A Doll’s House, Part 2”.
Pixar Exhibit Opens At Denver Museum of Nature & Science"The Science Behind Pixar" opens at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science on Friday.
Auction: Special Configurations Of Colorado License PlatesColorado is auctioning off special configurations of license plates to benefit the state's disability community.
Drivers Rush To Get New Snow Tires After New Traction Law Takes EffectOn Thursday, Colorado experienced significant snow and freezing temperatures which changed the way people drive through the mountains.
'Make Sure Your Pet Is Safe' During Drop Into Frigid TemperaturesFirefighters rescued a dog on Thursday trapped inside a home that filled with smoke when the furnace was turned on for the first time this season. That created a potential danger for the pet and the homeowner.