Flight Cancellations Pouring In Ahead Of Sunday's Snow StormDenver International Airport has canceled more than 120 flights to and from DIA ahead of Sunday's snow storm.
Officer, 4 People Hurt In Early Morning CrashA police officer in Evans was hurt after crashing into a car early Saturday morning.
Friends, Family Attend Funeral For Adam GilbertsonFuneral services were held on Saturday for the man who was found dead after disappearing in December.
Women’s March On Colorado Turnout 'Rivals' Last Year’s 150,000Marchers from across the state and beyond took to the streets of downtown Denver Saturday for the second annual Women's March on Colorado.
Dogs Trained To Be Companions Make 'A Big Difference' For PatientsVolunteers are coming together to train dogs to be companions for those who need them the most.
Coloradans Take Advantage Of Free Wellness ChecksSome customers at a Walmart in Denver walked out with a free wellness checkup.
Police Catch 'Armed & Dangerous' Shooting SuspectColorado Springs police identified and caught the suspect accused of shooting at officers on Friday afternoon.
Colorado's High School Graduation Rates Hit High NoteThe statewide high school graduation rate hit its highest level since 2010, according to the Colorado Department of Education.
Work On Water Main Break Expected To Last HoursDenver Water crews responded to a water main break Saturday morning near Holly Street and 38th Avenue.
Denver's Women's March Attracts ThousandsThousands of men, women and children filled Civic Center Park in Denver on Saturday morning for the second annual Women's March.
Cost To Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Could Go UpChristmas is still about 340 days away, but now is the time to weigh in on a proposal that would double the cost cutting your own tree.
Champion Steer Graces Brown Palace In Annual TraditionThe Grand Champion and Reserve Champion steer paid a visit to the Brown Palace in Denver on Friday.