Foo Fighters Announce 2022 Denver Stop On New TourThe Foo Fighters announced a new North American tour, and a stop in the Mile High City next summer is on the agenda.
Thornton Man Suing Travis Scott After Deadly Astroworld Festival, Citing Collapsed Lung And Other InjuriesAn 18-year-old man from Thornton is suing performer Travis Scott and the concert promoters of the fatal Astroworld festival for at least $1 million.
Craft Beer Might Get More Expensive After Announcement From Colorado's Ball Corp.The news has many small and regional breweries scrambling to secure cans and has spurred fears of heftier costs, reduced variety and higher prices for consumers.
Charity Vending Machines Return To 16th Street Mall For Holiday Giving SeasonShoppers can support local nonprofits by purchasing items ranging from blankets and clothing to chickens and goats.
Department Of Defense Team Deployed To Help Overwhelmed Northern Colorado Hospital StaffOne UCHealth hospital in north Colorado is grateful this Thanksgiving to get a lending hand from healthcare professionals in the military.
NOAA Outlook For Early December Keeps Colorado Warm And DryWith Colorado's worsening drought conditions we can only hope that there's something in the pipeline to make this outlook end up being wrong.
Broomfield Family Opens Home to Afghan Refugee Family On ThanksgivingThis Thanksgiving, a Colorado family opened their home to a family from Afghanistan.
Aurora Teens Hand Out Thanksgiving Meals To People In NeedOn Thursday, an organization that's working to stop the violence held a Thanksgiving meal distribution -- a chance for teens from Aurora to give back this holiday season.
Nurses Say Colorado Hospitals Are In Crisis And It’s Getting WorseStevie Silvers says she was let go for choosing her health over her job, and she’s not talking about the vaccine.
Who Was Daddy Bruce Randolph, Who Inspired Decades Of Thanksgiving Outreach In Denver?His name is on an elementary school and a street but Bruce "Daddy Bruce" Randolph's biggest impact on Denver remains his mission to feed those in need for Thanksgiving.
Aurora Groups Band Together To Help Keep Teens Busy During Holiday Break: 'This Is Way Better'After nine teens were shot and injured in two separate shootings at or near Aurora high schools, several community organizations are stepping in to keep teens busy and out of trouble during Thanksgiving break. 
UPDATE: 'Posse' Wrangles Elusive Emu At Large In MontroseThe Montrose County Sheriff's Office announced an important update in the effort to return an elusive emu at large in the rural county to its rightful owner.
Ten Canine Candidates In The Running To Be Littleton's Honorary Dog MayorLittleton is hosting a very different kind of election this November. In this race, the candidates are all dogs. Ten canines are in the running to become Littleton's honorary dog mayor. 
Security Cameras Catch Mountain Lions Prowling Around Homes In Douglas CountyColorado Parks and Wildlife shared security camera video that shows mountain lions prowling around homes.
Old-Fashioned Cattle Drive Helps Reduce Fire Danger In Douglas CountyCowboys and cowgirls moved more than 40 head of cattle from their summer pastures to their winter homes on Sunday in Douglas County.
Emu At Large: Sheriff Seeking Owner Of Huge Bird On The Loose In MontroseAre you missing your emu? If so, the Montrose County Sheriff's Office would like you to contact them.
Steamboat Ski Resort Moving Forward With Lots Of Improvements As Opening Day Is Pushed BackDespite a delayed season opening date, the Steamboat Ski Resort is ready to expand. Some projects are already underway.
Union: DIA Janitor Strike Ends With 'Historic' AgreementHundreds of janitors at Denver International Airport walked out on the job Saturday morning.
New Outlook Paints Potentially Grim Picture For Colorado Snow This Upcoming La Niña WinterForecasters at NOAA released the latest winter outlook for the United States, and it paints a potentially grim picture for winter snow in Colorado.
Colorado State Board Drops 'Sex Offender' Term Calling It A Negative LabelThe way sex offenders are labeled is changing in Colorado. The board that sets state standards voted today to change the term "sex offenders" to reflect so-called "person-first" language.