Latest Colorado News Stories

Citing ‘Make My Day’ Law, Prosecutors Won’t Charge Castle Rock Man Who Accidentally Shot WifeProsecutors in Colorado’s 18th Judicial District have decided not to file criminal charges against a Castle Rock man who said he accidentally shot his wife inside their home last summer.
‘I Love That You Can Be Yourself’: Boys & Girls Club Kids Learn CheerleadingThe University of Denver Cheer Squad brought some spirit to the Boys & Girls Club.
Salt Lake City Chosen Over Denver To Bid For Winter OlympicsSalt Lake City chosen to bid for Winter Olympics, likely for 2030.
Border Wall Rally: Colorado Mom Speaks About Daughter Killed By Undocumented ImmigrantA Colorado mother spoke about her daughter, who was killed by an undocumented immigrant, at a rally in San Diego Friday. 
‘Shock And Claus’ Strikes AgainThe “Shock and Claus” concept, where a group of diners spread the Christmas spirit by surprising a server with a massive and unexpected tip, happened again Friday morning in west Denver at a Village Inn restaurant.
Missing Mom Case 'Suspicious': Investigators Search Home Of Kelsey Berreth's Fiancé Patrick FrazeeInvestigators searched the home of Kelsey Berreth’s fiancé Patrick Frazee on Friday.
Woman Pleads Guilty In Fire Station Break-In, Bird DecapitationA 25-year-old woman accused of breaking into an Aurora fire station, causing various forms of mayhem and decapitating a bird, has pleaded guilty to two criminal counts and received a four year deferred sentence and probation.
Aurora Police Hunting For Cattle RustlerA herd of cattle disappeared from the Wotters Heart Ranch sometime overnight Wednesday into Thursday.
Attorney For Kelsey Berreth's Fiancé Releases Statement About Search Of HomeAn attorney for the fiancé of a missing Colorado woman released a new statement Friday as law enforcement searched his home.
Holiday Carousel Opens At Denver PavilionsIt's a great way to take a break from holiday shopping -- and it supports a great cause.
RTD Has One Day Left To Present Plan Fix To A LineRTD has one day left to present an action plan to fix problems on the A Line or face possible shut down of that service.
Evergreen Lake Delays Opening For Ice SkatingIt may feel chilly to you - but it's not cold enough for Evergreen Lake.
3 Hurt In 4-Car Crash Early Friday MorningThree people were rushed to the hospital after a head-on crash near East 73rd Avenue and Washington Street early Friday morning.
Pioneer Partners Hold Together 4 Colorado Toy CollectionUniversity of Denver Athletics is holding a toy drop off on Saturday, December 15th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside the Ritchie Center.
Officials Restock Animas River With Fish Following Die-OffThis was the first significant restocking of fish in the Animas since mudslides and floods from a wildfire burn scar over the summer caused a near complete die-off in the waterway.
Deputy, Man And Child Killed In Crash In Southern Colorado IdentifiedKilled were 37-year-old Sgt. Matthew Moreno, of Trinidad, 23-year-old Taelor Roybal, also of Trinidad, and 1-year-old Ezekiel Valdez.
It's A Chore Dragging The Hose, But Winter Watering Key In Dry SpellsTake advantage of the mild weather because your trees, shrubs, lawns and perennials are thirsty.
Developer Hopes New Complex Will Offer Attainable Options For MillennialsHome prices in Denver are through the roof and it has many young buyers feeling like they will never be able to own in the city. A local developer is hoping to change that.
Regis University Student From India Travels To Campus For 1st Time On Graduation DayCollege students from across Colorado are preparing for graduation, one student at Regis University making a nearly 30-hour trip from Mumbai to walk accept his diploma.
Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive Off To A Great StartFrom the crack of dawn to early evening, donations for the Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive rolled in all day.
Friends Gather For Candlelight Vigil For Missing Mother Kelsey BerrethOn Thursday night, friends and family gathered for a candlelight vigil for Kelsey Berreth who was last seen two weeks ago.
Tamu, Oldest Giraffe In North America, Dies At Cheyenne Mountain ZooThe Cheyenne Mountain Zoo announced Thursday that Tamu, a 32-year-old reticulated giraffe, died at the zoo on Thursday. She was the oldest giraffe in North America.
Michelle Obama Surprises Children's Hospital Patients, Meets Young FansFormer First Lady Michelle Obama surprised hundreds of young patients at Children’s Hospital Colorado on Thursday.
Security Guard Luke Kroener Honored After Deadly ShootingMany consider Luke Kroener a hero. The security guard, who dreamed of becoming a police officer, lost his life when he responded to a shooting earlier this year.
Hemp Crop Could Be Major Boost To Colorado's EconomyHemp may soon be a major commercial crop in Colorado that could have a big impact on the economy.
Plan To Excavate More Gravel Along Blue River Draws OpponentsPlans to excavate gravel along the banks of the Blue River near Silverthorne are facing stiff opposition from people who live nearby.
‘Brazen’ Emails Suggest Bid Rigging In Colorado Convention Center ScandalA series of emails appear to be the “smoking gun” in a controversy over the planned expansion of the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, according to multiple sources familiar with the growing scandal.
Loveland Pass Reopens After Closure Due To Cleanup From Snow SlideCrews from CDOT had to wait for Thursday's sunrise to perform avalanche mitigation along the highway.
Nothing Dangerous Found After Columbine High School ThreatA threat of explosives at Columbine High School prompted officials to place 24 different Jefferson County schools on lockdown. That threat has been linked to hundreds of similar threats at schools nationwide.
Victim Who 'Never Gave Up' Walks Out Of Hospital Following Spinal ReconstructionSami Bayless was able to walk out of a medical facility in Colorado after she was in a terrible car accident six months ago that left her paralyzed from the waist down.