Bear Captured Frolicking In The Snow At Roxborough State ParkEven though it snowed this past week some bears are still out and about, waiting to hibernate. Colorado Parks and Wildlife captured some video of a bear frolicking in the snow.
Denver Nonprofit Encourages People To Become Their Own 'Boss'Denver nonprofit Community Works hosted a Boss Day Breakfast on Friday morning, designed to heighten awareness of the unemployment crisis in the Denver metro area.
La Niña Is Back, Here's How It Could Impact Colorado This WinterTrying to forecast what to expect in Colorado during a La Niña winter is difficult because there are so many factors at play.
Be Advised, Northern Colorado: Blue Angels Fighter Jets May Fly Practice Runs Before This Weekend's Air ShowThe U.S. Navy Blue Angels fighter jet team will be performing at The Great Colorado Air Show this weekend in northern Colorado.
Nighthawks Rescued In Colorado Springs During Migration To BrazilColorado Parks and Wildlife officers rescued three night hawks in just 24 hours in Colorado Springs.
'Privately Get That Vaccine': Gov. Jared Polis Urges Coloradans To Get COVID Vaccine In Secret To Avoid PressureGov. Jared Polis urged those who are feeling pressure to avoid the COVID-19 vaccine from their loved ones or friends to get the vaccine anyway and keep it secret.
CU Denver Teacher Sues After University Bans Her From Campus Over Rumor She Has COVIDA teacher at CU Denver is suing the university after, she says, it barred her from campus over a rumor that she had COVID-19.
Car Theft Victim Helped Denver Police Bust 'Sopranos' Crime RingThe criminals behind the theft of a Denver woman’s car are behind bars.
3-Month-Old Ring-Tailed Lemur Twins Bounce Around Cheyenne Mountain ZooThe three-month-old ring-tailed lemur twins are busy at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. The boy and girl are full of energy.
Denver Zoo Named No. 1 Zoo In The Nation By Bio ExplorerThe Denver Zoo is celebrating some top honors. The zoo was named the number one zoo in the country by Bio Explorer.
Refresh Your Chain And Traction Law Knowledge Before Traveling Mountain Highways In ColoradoYou could face steep fines for blocking a highway due to inadequate equipment when a chain or traction law is in effect.
Wildlife Officers Remove Tire That Elk Wore Around Its Neck For 2 YearsAfter numerous failed attempts, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers caught up with a bull elk that had worn an old tire around its neck for approximately two years.
Colorado Mountain Community Trying To Lure More Employees With Various IncentivesSnow started moving into Grand County Tuesday with a problem ahead. There aren’t enough people to clear it.
Former Colorado Teachers Jonathan & Diana Toebbe Now Accused In Espionage CaseTwo former Colorado educators will go before a federal judge on Tuesday morning after the FBI says they were caught trying to sell classified nuclear secrets. 
Naked Female At Denver International Airport Walked Around Concourse A Asking Passengers 'Where Are You From?'A female passenger parading through a Denver International Airport concourse last month without any clothing drew attention from fellow passengers and airport police.
Gray Wolf Pack Seems To Have Disappeared In Northwest ColoradoThe pack’s rapid disappearance reveals the extent of Colorado’s challenge as it seeks to become a safe haven for the species.
Cathedral Basilica Of The Immaculate Conception In Denver VandalizedCleaning crews spent part of their Sunday washing graffiti off of the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.
Colorado Army Veteran Greets His Afghanistan Interpreter At Denver International AirportAfghan interpreter Ahmad Siddiqi and his family arrived at Denver International Airport and were greeted by an Army veteran who Siddiqi helped during the war.
Group Calling Themselves 'Sopranos' Indicted For Major Denver Theft RingA Denver grand jury indicted a group of 11 men and women on 91 criminal counts related to organized crime.
Fishermen And Fisherwomen Needed To Clear Out Johnstown Reservoir By Nov. 1Colorado Parks and Wildlife needs help clearing out the fish population in the Johnstown Reservoir in northern Colorado. Crews must clear out the fish before they can drain the water from the reservoir.