Bill Would Give Renters In Colorado More RightsA bill proposed at the state Capitol would give renters more rights in Colorado.
Information Sought In Fatal Hit-And-Run In Eagle CountyAuthorities are asking for the public's help finding the driver who hit and killed a man on a highway in Eagle County before leaving the scene.
Colorado Highways Bond Bill Advances In State SenateA bill to ask Colorado voters to approve a $3.5 billion bond issue to improve underfunded roads has passed its first hearing.
Free School Breakfast Program May Be Scaled BackA free breakfast program at Colorado's poorest schools could be scaled back. The lawmaker behind the program says it’s the only way to save it.
Denver Records Warmest Temperature In 200 DaysThe 30-year average high in Denver for May 5 is 67°F.
Funding Cuts Put Housing At Risk For Low-Income FamiliesA major cut in federal funding may soon put more than 100 Denver metro area families out on the streets.
3 Arrested In Benihana Parking Lot ShootingThree suspects have been arrested in connection with the attempted robbery and shooting that happened last month in the parking lot of the Benihana restaurant near South Tamarac Drive.
Police Prepare For Cinco De Mayo Crowds, CruisingPolice in Denver prepared for the crowds that come with the Cinco de Mayo Parade and Festival, along with traditional cruising on Federal Boulevard.
Late April Storm Good News For Southern ColoradoLast week's storm may have been miserable for weekend plans but it was perfect for farmers and ranchers in southern Colorado.
Mother Arrested In Amber Alert Allegedly Kicked OfficerA mother arrested after she allegedly took her daughter from school in Colorado Springs which prompted an Amber Alert is facing more charges.
Colorado Lawmakers Finally Confront State's Housing CrunchProposals to tackle Colorado's skyrocketing housing costs have finally been proposed in the state Legislature. But lawmakers don't have much time to settle on complicated measures to expand affordable housing.
Colorado Springs To Pay People Jailed For Not Paying FinesColorado Springs has agreed to compensate dozens of people, most of them homeless, put in jail because they couldn't afford to pay fines for minor offenses like panhandling and jaywalking.
Student Privacy Upgrades Wait Signature Of Colorado GovernorA bill giving Colorado one of the nation's toughest state laws to protect the privacy of student data awaits the governor's signature.
Homicide Suspect In Custody After SWAT StandoffA homicide suspect was taken into custody on Thursday afternoon after a standoff at a motel involving SWAT teams.
Senate Hopeful Blaha Makes GOP Senate BallotColorado businessman Robert Blaha has qualified for the state GOP's U.S. Senate primary.
2nd Person Now Faces Charges In Officer Sex Assault CasePolice now say a woman faces sex assault charges along with a male Denver police officer who was arrested this week.
Rescue Crews Search For Children In Sewer, Find NothingFire crews say they didn't find any children after searching through a sewer system in Aurora.
Aerial Photos Show Start Of Trail Ridge Road ClearingPlows are beginning the big job of clearing Rocky Mountain National Park's Trail Ridge Road, according to aerial photos taken Wednesday.
Woman Taken Into Custody After Golden StandoffA police standoff in Golden came to a peaceful resolution on Thursday morning.
Police Seek Public's Help In Idaho Springs Murder InvestigationAuthorities are asking for the public's help in their search for the killer of a 44-year-old Idaho Springs man.
Most, But Not All, Colorado Republican Leaders Now Plan To Rally Around TrumpWith John Kasich and Ted Cruz out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination, national Republican party leaders are saying it's time to unite behind Donald Trump.
New Veterans Cemetery To Be Named After Pikes PeakThe new veterans cemetery that will be built to serve veterans in the Colorado Springs area will be named Pikes Peak National Cemetery.
Secret Facebook Groups Being Set Up To Sell Drugs To KidsThe Jefferson County District Attorney's Office is sending out a warning to parents about secret Facebook groups that pose a risk to children.
Denver Police Officer Arrested In Sex Assault CaseA 31-year-old officer with the Denver Police Department has been arrested for investigation of sexual assault.
Mayor Hancock Declines Interview On City Attorney ResignationDenver Mayor Michael Hancock has declined a request to be interviewed about the resignation of his city attorney, Scott Martinez.
Positive Wildfire Outlook Following Big Snow SeasonWhile the low fire danger is very good news, the risk is never far away from the Front Range.
Colorado Scientist Makes Potentially Lifesaving Stem Cell DonationStem cell donation is an effective treatment for many blood disorders and cancers. The Be The Match registry links patients with potential donors.
Mother’s Milk Bank Overflowing With Donations, More NeededA Colorado-based effort benefiting babies is celebrating big numbers. The Mothers' Milk Bank (MMB) has distributed more than four million ounces of human milk to hundreds of thousands of babies in need.
BB-8 Pays Visit To Poudre Valley Hospital For 'Star Wars Day'In Northern Colorado, Poudre Valley Hospital celebrated Star Wars Day with a visit from BB-8.
Penning Letters A Growing Trend In Denver Home SalesHomes are commonly selling above the asking price. There are so many offers, real estate agents are glancing only moments at some below the ask, before setting them aside. But writing letters has been an often positive development.