Firefighters Hit The Streets For 65th Annual 'Fill The Boot' CampaignFirefighters will be patrolling the streets this Labor Day holiday weekend for the annual "Fill the Boot" MDA fundraising campaign.
First Responders To Be Thanked With Annual Meals On Labor DayWhile many people celebrate Labor Day with a day off work to spend time with family or friends, many first responders are hard at work that day.
$1.2 Million Inclusive Playground Opens In Aurora's Red Tailed Hawk ParkAn adoptive mother who worked to get her son and three other adopted children with special needs an accessible playground got to see her wish come true in Aurora this weekend.
Colorado Veterans Attend Special Dance Set Up By Two Civil Air Patrol CadetsTwo teenagers spent Saturday night getting ready for the big dance, but their pre-party jitters were because they planned it.
'Protect, Serve And Feed The Hungry': Denver Police Hit The Streets With FoodHunger, the city found, is a contributing factor to crime. So, Denver's Mayor and the Manager of Safety thought, why not keep a few bags of food in police cars for those calls where there's a need?
'Kindness Crusader' Hopes To Combat Negativity With Art WallOne little girl wants to help spread kindness to counter all the negativity around us. She needs everyone’s art to make that happen.
'We Do It For The Children': Superheroes Rappel From Roof Of Children's HospitalThe real heroes behind the masks are members of the Aurora Police Department SWAT team -- and they showed off some super skills by rappelling down the side of building.
Home Builders Foundation Helps Out Jamile Hernandez, Girl Paralyzed In CrashVolunteers are giving the gift of independence to Jamile Hernandez, a Denver girl who was paralyzed in a car accident two years ago.
Retired Officer Brandenburg Takes Last Ride In Denver Police CruiserA group of Denver Police officers hit the road in a 1964 Ford Galaxie to give a retired brother in blue his last ride.
Stapleton Neighbors Combat Racist Graffiti With Supportive MessagesA park in the Stapleton area was tagged with racial slurs last week.
Breast Cancer Survivor & Hairdresser Now Offers Free Services To Other PatientsA Denver hairdresser offers her services to breast cancer patients at Denver Health for free.
Teacher Gets Overwhelming Response After Posting On Nextdoor About Needed SuppliesTo make sure a local teacher was back-to-school ready, an online community helped her out before the first day of school.
Backpack Giveaway Helps Students Head Back To Class In Denver’s Sun Valley NeighborhoodA group of students headed back to school in Denver’s Sun Valley neighborhood got a big surprise Friday.
Together With Karen Leigh, 8/16 & 18Watch this week's "Together With Karen Leigh" show in its entirety, and see a list of links from the show.
Eagle Scout Aiden Smyrnios' Scent Wall Project Helps Train K-9sArapahoe County Sheriff’s deputies have a new tool thanks to a generous local teen who says giving back just came naturally.