Latest Colorado News Stories

Frisco Cancels July 4th FireworksThe Town of Frisco has decided to cancel its annual 4th of July fireworks show.
Copper Mountain Shatters March Snowfall RecordColorado's Copper Mountain announced Monday they have officially broke the record for the snowiest March on record.
'Ceiling Was Face Up:' Blizzard Rips Apart Colorado Family's HomeA family of four is devastated after a storm tore apart their home in El Paso County.
After Outage, Gold King Mine Wastewater Plant Back In Operation A plant that treats wastewater draining from the Gold King Mine in southwestern Colorado has resumed operating after being shut down by a winter storm.
March On Track To Be Among The Coldest In Denver HistoryIf the month were to have ended on Sunday, this would officially be the fourth coldest March on record in Denver going back nearly 150 years.
National Alpaca Show Returns To DenverPeople gathered at the National Western Complex in Denver over the weekend to get a closer look at alpacas.
Driver Injured When SUV Rolls Off Road, Hits Power Pole In BrightonAn SUV driver is recovering after rolling off the road and hitting a power pole.
Driver Of Stolen Car Slams Into Garage In Denver's Highlands NeighborhoodA homeowner's garage was demolished over the weekend after the driver of a stolen car slammed into it.
CDOT Worker Eric Hill Killed At Job Site Near GypsumAuthorities are investigating the death of a Department of Transportation employee who was killed while working in northwest Colorado.
'Nothing Was There': Victim Of Food Truck Scam Hopes To Get $$ BackThe Colorado Attorney General's office says two men took thousands of dollars from clients to build custom food trucks that were either never delivered or equipped with unsafe, fraudulent parts.
Denver Weather: Week Begins With A Weak Cold FrontBehind it we'll see slightly cooler temperatures for Monday and Tuesday along with an increase in cloud cover.
Protests Over Camping Ban To Cease Outside Corner Bakery CaféOccupy Denver’s nearly year-long protest against the Denver Pavilions Corner Bakery Café on the 16th Street Mall has come to an end.
Family Of Murder Victim Philip Swaba Upset By Convict's Early ReleaseThe Colorado State Parole Board says a man involved in the brutal 2002 slaying of a taxi driver now meets the standards to get out of prison early.
New Colorado Law Will Give State's Electoral College Votes To National Popular Vote WinnerColorado could be part of voting history next general election day, joining 11 other states looking to ensure that their electoral college votes echo the will of the American majority to elect the next president.
Coloradans Show Outpouring of Support For Muslims After New Zealand MassacreHundreds of supporters packed the Colorado Muslim Society mosque in Denver after Thursday's deadly massacre in New Zealand.
Police: Murder-Suicide Takes Place In Southwestern Town Of OxfordAuthorities say a southwestern Colorado man shot and killed his girlfriend before killing himself.
Technical Rescue Team Called In After Vehicle Falls 100 Feet Off Highway 285Two people were hurt after their vehicle fell 100 feet into a ditch off Highway 285 on Saturday.
Colorado Senate Committee Passes 'Red Flag Bill'The State Senate Veterans and Military Affairs Committee passed the so-called Red Flag Bill.
Power Restored To All Xcel Customers Following March BlizzardMore than 72 hours after the bomb cyclone hit Colorado, Xcel Energy says they finally restored every customer's power.
Governor Signs Bill To Join National Popular Interstate Vote CompactGov. Jared Polis signed a bill into law to have the state cast its presidential electoral votes for the winner of the national popular vote.
Police Investigating Body Found At Waste FacilityDenver police and the Adams County Sheriff's Office are working together on a death investigation.
Teens Look Forward To Each Year's St. Patrick's Day Parade: 'Definitely Turned My Life Around'Denver’s 57th annual St. Patrick’s Day stepped off in LoDo Saturday morning.
Jury Convicts Nathan Finnegan In Attack On Breckenridge Police OfficerA jury found a 22-year-old man guilty of assaulting a Breckenridge police officer when she was trying to help him.
John Cena Sends Message Of Thanks To Injured Colorado Springs OfficersA Colorado Springs police officer got some praise from a Hollywood celebrity.
Firefighters Exemplify The Meaning Of 'Community' On Medical Emergency CallSome firefighters from South Metro Fire Rescue showed their true colors on Friday.
Moose Breaks Into Breckenridge Home, Takes NapWhat started as a suspected home invasion investigation quickly turned into a wildlife relocation incident. A moose broke into a home in Breckenridge and decided to take a nap in one of the bedrooms.
Colorado Blizzard Recap: Snow Totals, Wind Gusts And Pressure ReadingsThe great bomb cyclone of 2019 will go down in history as one of the strongest mid-latitude cyclones ever recorded on land.
'I Want... This To Never Happen To Anybody Again': Andrew Collins Talks About ArrestA judge has dismissed an indecent exposure charge against a United Airlines pilot seen naked through the windows of the Westin hotel at Denver International Airport.
Meet Luis Benitez, The Man Behind The Outdoor Recreation Industry OfficeThe Colorado official credited with some of the biggest economic achievements in the state in the past few years is stepping down to let someone else lead the Outdoor Recreation Industry Office.
Businesses, Friends Unite In Honor Of Murder Victim Cristina WeirTwo Denver businesses are coming together in honor of a woman who was murdered inside her Five Points apartment.