Latest Colorado News Stories

Morning Low Temp Tied 79-Year-Old Record For DenverThe chilly morning followed highs on Sunday that felt more like early October along the Front Range.
Colorado Medina Alert: Troopers Search For Car Involved In Hit & RunTroopers with the Colorado State Patrol are asking for help finding a vehicle involved in a hit and run.
Science Says: Hotter Weather Turbocharges Western WildfiresThe years with the most acres burned by wildfires have some of the hottest temperatures, an Associated Press analysis of fire and weather data found.
Victim Speaks Out On Heels Of Church Sex Scandal Indictment ReportA woman who lives in Colorado is speaking out to give others hope decades after she suffered sexual abuse, allegedly at a Catholic parish.
Colorado Gold Star Family Raises Funds For Annual Hunt For VeteransA Gold Star family in Northern Colorado continued a tradition of helping others through a fundraiser in honor of their fallen soldier.
'Beautiful & Bright': School Shut Down By Water Main Break ReopensOn Monday, many students across the state are going back to school, including students at Meeker Elementary School in Greeley.
Police Investigate Reported Shooting On RTD BusPolice are searching for the person who fired a weapon on an RTD bus sometime overnight.
Baby Girl Born With Unique Birth Date & Birth TimeOne Colorado newborn won't have trouble remembering her exact birth date, no less birth time, for the rest of her life. Luciana Castillo was born at 1818 hours on the 18th of August in the year 2018 at UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland.
New Lift & Shack Under Construction At A-BasinCrews at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area are working on their new lift. Helicopters flew material and equipment up to the top of the mountain last week.
Fire Department Helps Hundreds Of Residents Amid Boil OrderAbout 400 Midway residents, near Fountain, are being told they need to boil their water for safe consumption.
Man Eats 11 Peaches To Win Peach Eating Contest In PalisadeSummertime in Colorado means Palisade peaches. It also means it's time for the Peach Festival in Palisade happening this weekend.
Music, Art & Cycling Bring People To One EventAfter a day of watching professional cycling, thousands made their way to the Velorama Music Festival, which was located alongside the race route in the River North Art District, also known as RiNo.
Environmental Concerns Leads To Moose Tracking In Rocky MountainsThere's a new king in the Rocky Mountain wetlands. Moose are increasing in population.
Judge Denies Attorney's Request For DNA Swabs Of Watts ChildrenA judge denied a request by Chris Watts' attorney to seek the DNA samples from necks of Watts daughters.
Police Ask Drivers To Be Extra Careful As DPS Students Head Back To ClassBack to school season is right around the corner in Denver. Denver Public Schools will be starting the 2018-2019 school year on Monday.
Officer Shot In Line Of Duty Recovering WellAn officer shot and critically injured continues to fight for his life, but officials say he's doing much better.
Hundreds Expand Their Knowledge Of Other Cultures At Global FestA true melting pot -- Aurora is the most diverse city in Colorado. Saturday, communities from all over the world celebrated as part of Global Fest at the Aurora Municipal Center.
Pets & Pet Owners Find Their Matches At Nationwide Adoption EventThe line in front of the Denver Dumb Friends League started early Saturday morning and stretched around the building.
Summer Snow Falls At Arapahoe Basin, More Possible This WeekendReady or not, it's the time of year when we start talking about snow in Colorado's high country.
Jefferson County Man Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison For Shooting TeenA Denver-area man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for shooting and killing a 16-year-old boy while he was "fooling around" with a loaded gun.
Chris Watts' Attorney Wants DNA Swabs From Daughters' NecksThe bodies of two young girls were submerged in crude oil for four days before authorities discovered them, according to court documents filed by an attorney defending the girls' father.
Lost Pig Up For Adoption SoonA pig found running around Loveland is now up for adoption. Video shows people wrangling the animal outside an apartment complex.
Uber Launches 'Jump' BikesUber has launched what they call "Jump Bikes" in Denver. There are about 250 of them scattered across the downtown area.
The Discovery Zone Features Projects Created By Those With ChallengesThe Denver Museum of Nature and Science has some fun news to share about a new project created by people with disabilities.
Denver 'Stars' Prepare To Dance To Raise Money For Arts EducationIn just one week, local Denver stars are pairing up with professional dancers for the annual Dancing with Denver Stars Gala, put on by Cleo Parker Robinson Dance.
Fall Colors Are Here, So What's Nature Saying, Colorado?Several people have reported seeing fall colors in both the higher and lower elevations.
Aurora Global Fest Brings Diversity To CommunityThe 5th annual Aurora Global Fest is happening on Saturday in Aurora.
Double Amputee, Viral Manitou Incline Climber Arrested For DUI, AssaultMandy Horvath, a double amputee who went viral online for scaling the Manitou Incline and Pikes Peak, is facing serious charges after allegedly assaulting a medic.
Good News For Job Seekers In ColoradoJob seekers are enjoying a lucrative job market where employers are trying to recruit the most qualified as the pool of candidates is shrinking.
Emotional Gathering As Mom, Daughters Remembered At VigilDozens of neighbors and friends gathered outside the Frederick home, armed with candles and prayers, where a pregnant mother and children lived before they were reported missing and then found dead earlier this week.