Latest Colorado News Stories

Storm Hits Denver Metro Area With Heavy Rain, Hail And Street FloodingSevere thunderstorms hit Colorado on Wednesday evening, bringing heavy rain, thunder, strong winds and some hail.
Outdoor Retailer Show Cancels November Winter MarketOne of the biggest conventions in Denver is downsizing. The Outdoor Retailer show said it’s canceling the November Winter Market.
CPW Officers Euthanize Two Bears In Boulder CountyColorado Parks and Wildlife officers euthanized two bears over the weekend in Boulder County.
Court: Electoral College Members Not Bound By Popular VoteThe 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that the Colorado secretary of state violated the Constitution in 2016 when he removed an elector and nullified his vote because the elector refused to cast his ballot for Democrat Hillary Clinton, who won the popular vote.
Drone Captures Video Of Hiker Rescue On Pikes PeakThe video shows a rescuer rappelling down to a person waiting in a crack in the steep mountainside.
Rep. Doug Lamborn: Space Command's Initial Home Will Be ColoradoRepublican Rep. Doug Lamborn said Wednesday the command will officially start operations at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs next month.
Denver Man Records Plane Crash Rescue On Social MediaA Denver man recorded his rescue on social media after his plane crashed off the coast of California.
Mother Hopes For Donations To Be With Twins After Skull SurgeryTwin toddlers are scheduled for skull surgery in November. Doctors need to remove a portion of bone so the boys' brains can develop normally.
Blue Green Algae Found At Bear Creek PondTesting has determined that toxic bacteria has been found at Horseshoe Pond at the Bear Creek Greenbelt. Crews are advising people to stay out of the water, and keep their pets from getting in.
Patrick Frazee May Blame Someone Else For Kelsey Berreth's Death At Trial, New Documents SuggestNewly released court documents indicate that Patrick Frazee, the Florissant man accused of killing his fiancée, Kelsey Berreth, could be mounting a defense that will blame someone else when he stands trial in October.
Westminster Issues Warning About Potentially Dangerous Algae In Faversham LakeWestminster's pond management contractor found what appears to be a blue-green algae bloom in Faversham Lake, city officials announced Wednesday.
Google Launches Challenge To Nonprofits In ColoradoGoogle has launched a challenge to Colorado when it comes to nonprofit communities. It's called "Impact Challenge Colorado."
Heat Wave Blamed For Smelly Water In AuroraThe recent heat wave is being blamed for the bad smell coming from tap water in Aurora.
Mosquito Tests Positive For West Nile Virus In BrightonThe Tri-County Health Department has confirmed the first West Nile virus-infected mosquito in Brighton this year.
Lakewood Police Arrest Vicente Orozco In 1 Belmar Park MurderLakewood Police have arrested an adult man in connection with one of the stabbings last week at Belmar Park. Two people were stabbed on August 15th at the park, ultimately resulting in two deaths. 
Lockdown Lifted At Global Leadership AcademyTeams of Adams County Sheriff's deputies are currently searching Global Leadership Academy after a tip comes in about a student with a gun. The school is located at 7480 Broadway
Coroner Confirms Sol Pais Died From Self-Inflicted Gunshot WoundThe Clear Creek County coroner released a report on Wednesday confirming that the 18-year-old who traveled to Colorado in April and prompted widespread school closures shot and killed herself.
'Not A Time Lapse': Electric Storm Lights Up Colorado SkyTalk about a dark and stormy night!
Traffic Impacts Expected To Be Minimal For Colorado ClassicThe four-stage women's USA Cycling Pro Road Tour race starts Thursday and ends Sunday.
Denver Weather: Storms With Heavy Rain, Hail Possible This EveningA cold front moved through the region overnight and will impact areas east of the Continental Divide today.
Study: Colorado Is Most Desirable State; Kansas And Nebraska Are Among Least DesirableMore than 55% of people surveyed said they wanted to relocate to Colorado.
Design Finalized For Denver's 5280 TrailThe Downtown Denver Partnership is currently holding discussions and giving members of the public the opportunity to see the finalized design.
NCAR Research Shows Denver Metro Area Ozone Can Be Damaging To PlantsOzone is something you can't see, but it's nearly everywhere, and scientist in Boulder say it's damaging plants.
Ziggi's Offers Free Coffee For Teachers Headed Back To SchoolThe transition from summer to school is tough for everyone involved, especially teachers. Now Ziggi's Coffee wants to help those teachers headed back to the classroom. 
Could A Bleak South American Ski Season Be Preview Of Colorado's Upcoming Season?South America is now in the second half of winter and so far the skiing across most of the continent has been awful. The outlook for Colorado looks better but nothing resembling last year.
Rocky Flats Findings Divide Coloradans: 'It's Not A Big Surprise'After the state announced the highest level of plutonium ever publicly tested at Rocky Flats, questions remain on the safety in the area.
'It's A Major Hit': Phish Concert Campout Cancellations Hurt Coral Amayi's BusinessThe bad news: no overnight camping will be allowed because of ongoing concerns with plague.
Boulder Researchers Prepare For Historic Arctic ExpeditionScientists are preparing for what could be the biggest Arctic expedition ever, with about 500 scientists from 17 countries involved.
Firestone Woman Severely Burned In Cambodia, Family Works To Get Her Back HomeA young woman from Firestone suffered serious burns while teaching in Cambodia.
Boulder Group Fights For Stricter E-Cigarette RulesA number of parents, health officials and Boulder Valley School District leaders are hopeful proposed regulations on the sales of e-cigarettes will help curb use by teens.