Touchdowns Meet Touchless: Mile High Announces New TechFans at Empower Field at Mile High will have new food and drink options at the Denver Bronco’s home opener Sunday. Stadium officials hope improved menu options and technology will increase the speed of service and keep football fans out of lines and in their seats.
Suspect With Gun Shoots At Eaton Police Officers Early Friday MorningTwo Eaton police officers were not injured after a suspect fired multiple rounds at them. The shooting happened early Friday morning.
It Will Be Free To Get Into National Parks In Colorado On SaturdayNational Public Lands Day is Saturday, Sept. 25 and that means the USDA Forest Service is waiving fees for the day in parks and recreation sites.
Indigenous Communities Struggle With Missing Persons Investigations As They Face Challenges With Support, ResourcesIndigenous communities across Colorado want to see more awareness and resources to investigate cases of their missing and murdered relatives as accurate data and support for victims remains a challenge.
Estes Park Police Officer Found Dead Following Investigation Into Domestic Violence SituationAn Estes Park police officer was found dead in his home on Thursday night. The officer was involved in an investigation alleging that he committed a domestic violence situation that occurred on Sept. 17.
Peak Colors And Amazing Weather For The Northern High Country This WeekendShorter days, cooler nights, and other signs of fall have many Coloradans thinking about seeing the fall foliage in the high country. Some areas are already reaching peak color.
SUV Hits, Kills Bear On South KiplingA driver was taken to a hospital and a bear killed following a pre-dawn collision at the beginning of Friday morning's rush hour.
COVID In Colorado: Rural Hospitals Worry About Staffing As Vaccination Deadline ApproachesIn Colorado, health care workers need to get their first dose by Sept. 30 or risk losing their job. Several health care facilities have already reported seeing employees opting to resign ahead of the deadline, particularly in rural parts of Colorado.
Focus On New Moms, Pregnant Women In Colorado Naloxone Project ExpansionThe Colorado Naloxone Project has expanded its pilot programs into two labor and delivery units in the state hoping to prevent pregnant women or new moms from an increasing threat.
New Video Emerges Of Aurora Police Stop, Triggering Internal Investigation: 'I Was Petrified Of That Gun'More than four months after Aurora officers used force on a suspect in a traffic stop, Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson said she viewed the officer's body camera video this week and ordered an internal affairs investigation.
Rep. Lauren Boebert Used Campaign Funds For Rent And Utilities, New Filing ShowsColorado Rep. Lauren Boebert paid utility and rent bills with campaign funds, according to a new filing the Republican lawmaker made this week with the Federal Election Commission.
Face Masks, Vaccination Rate Dictate COVID Outbreaks In Schools Across ColoradoSchool districts across Colorado are seeing differing rates of COVID-19, depending on two factors: face mask rules and vaccination rates. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released new data on Thursday.
Jefferson County Public Health Settles With 2 Schools Over Face Masks, Gets Injunction For Faith Christian AcademyAfter three days in court, Jefferson County Public Health has been granted a preliminary injunction against Faith Christian Academy, one of three schools in a case to require face masks and permit unscheduled inspections.
2 Cats Rescued From Burning Home In AuroraFirefighters in Aurora rescued two cats from a burning home in Aurora. The cats were not injured and their humans also escaped unharmed.
Secretary Of State Takes Next Steps In Lawsuit To Remove Mesa County Clerk And Recorder Tina Peters As Designated Election OfficialColorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has filed an opening brief in a lawsuit to remove Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters as the Designated Election Official.