Why So Much Snow? Summer-Like Wind Pattern Brings Denver Biggest Snow In YearsInstead of the heaviest snow falling in the foothills as expected, a shift in the wind pattern caused the biggest 2-day snow total in Denver since 2016.
Sen. Michael Bennet COVID Relief Priorities Informed By Visits To Each Of Colorado's 64 CountiesSen. Michael Bennet took a trip to all 64 counties in Colorado within the past year.
Parking Enforcement For Street Sweeping And Paving Begins Soon In DenverThe City of Denver will begin enforcing the posted rules for street sweeping and street paving again soon.
Aurora Police Say Man Found Dead On East Walsh Way Was MurderedAurora police say what they originally described as a suspicious death is now being investigated as a homicide.
Colorado Bill Eliminating Statute Of Limitations For Civil Sexual Assaults Passes Senate Committee UnanimouslyFive years after Colorado eliminated the statute of limitations for criminal cases involving sexual assaults involving children, state lawmakers are considering doing the same for all civil sex assault cases.
Denver City Council Votes To Reestablish Former Stapleton Airport Weather StationThe site was home to Denver's official weather station before it moved to Denver International Airport (DIA) in 1995.
Flu Hospitalizations Are Down Nearly 100% In Colorado Halfway Through The SeasonOne unexpected outcome of the COVID-19 pandemic is that flu cases this season are almost completely nonexistent.
Xcel Energy Commits To 85% Reduction In Greenhouse Gases And Double Renewable Energy Generation By 2030Xcel Energy is planning on cutting their greenhouse gas emissions in a major way as part of their promise to be carbon-free within 30 years.
Some Denver-Area Schools Close, Others Delay Start Or Move To Remote Learning After Pileup Of SnowA healthy dose of winter snow overnight fell across the Denver metro area, and many schools have decided to close, delay their start or move to remote learning only.
Colorado Man Challenges Rules Regarding Pride Flag In First Amendment LawsuitA Colorado man is challenging his district's rules regarding when he can fly his gay pride flag.
Businesses Near Colorado Convention Center Eager For Events: 'It's Our Livelihood'The announcement that events are returning to the Colorado Convention Center is leading many to believe a rebirth of downtown Denver is near.