Denver Weather: The First Snow Of The Season Should Arrive Friday, Seven Weeks Late!Based on the latest weather models, confidence is increasing that Denver and much of the Front Range will finally get the first measurable snow of the season later this week.
No Charges For Colorado Man Who Sent Anonymous Letters, Pictures To School Board MembersThe Jefferson County District Attorney does not plan to file criminal charges against an Arvada man who wrote anonymous letters to Jefferson County school board members.
Douglas County School Board Set To Consider Eliminating Mask Mandate For Students, Staff TuesdayDouglas County's school board is expected to eliminate the school district's mask mandate during a special meeting.
Report Shows RTD Union Station Problems Festering For Years: 1/3 In Survey Feel Safety At Risk When Using RTDWhile acute problems with crime, drug use and homelessness at Denver's Union Station were exposed in media reports last week, prompting immediate action from both RTD and Denver's mayor, the issues were well- known months, if not years earlier, to RTD and the city.
Audit Finds State May Have Paid $100 Million+ In Fraudulent Unemployment ClaimsThe Colorado Department of Labor and Employment may have paid up to $103 million in fraudulent unemployment claims, according to a new state audit.
Aurora Cop Arrested For Assault; Julie Stahnke Placed On LeaveAn Aurora police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave after Denver Police arrested her for assault in an alleged domestic violence case.
Colorado Nurse Alicia Nickel-Tangeman Sentenced To Federal Prison For Taking Pain Meds From PatientsA former nurse for a Colorado Springs hospital who lied to patients and federal investigators about taking pain medications from patients' delivery pumps for a "study" was sentenced to 12 months in federal prison. 
Frisco, Like Much Of Colorado, Waiting For A Good Dumping Of SnowIt was quiet at the Frisco Lodge in downtown Frisco Monday night. Christmas decorations were up, but there were only a few visitors.
Colorado's Hospitality & Tourism Sector Expected To Rebound Slower Than OthersIn 2022, economists predict Colorado will have more employees than before the COVID-19 pandemic began, but some sectors of business will take years to fully recover.
Family Of 75 Year Old Tased By Idaho Springs Police Officer 'Disgusted' By Potential Plea DealA now-former Idaho Springs police officer charged with felony assault of an at-risk person for tasing an unarmed 75-year-old man has been offered a plea deal.
Colorado Weather: Bigger End Of The Week Storm May Bring Snow To DenverWinter is finally showing up across many areas of Colorado and there may be two blasts of snow possible this week. The second may bring measurable snow to Denver!