Restaurants Going Extra Mile to Attract Good EmployeesBob Simon wants to hire people quickly which is why his Fort Collins Fazoli’s is one of many offering what they’re calling a “National Signing Day.”
Multiple Administrators On Leave Following Alleged Groping ReportAt least four Denver Public Schools administrators are on leave amid an investigation into an alleged sexual assault of a South High School student.
Push To Ban Cat Declawing Heads To City Council CommitteeDenver may become the first city outside of California to ban elective declawing of cats.
'This Is What You Paid For': Suspect Attacks Victim In Corn MazeOne woman’s trip to through a haunted corn maze ended a much different way than planned after she says she was attacked.
HUD Secretary Visits Mixed-Income NeighborhoodThe U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development visited Denver on Monday.
Tiny Home Causing Big Problems For Colorado FamilyA tiny home is now the source of big problems. It was built at Greeley West High School by a teacher and his construction class. It still sits unfinished just outside the school.
Friends, Family Remember CSU Student Shot & KilledHundreds gathered at Dekovened Park in Centennial on Monday to remember Colorado State University student Savannah McNealy, who was killed in a shooting in Fort Collins last week.
Salads, Coleslaw Recalled For Possible Listeria ContaminationSalads and coleslaw sold at King Soopers stores in Colorado and Wyoming have been recalled because they may be contaminated with listeria.
Hickenlooper Wants To Focus On Congestion SolutionsGov. John Hickenlooper addressed some of the biggest issues facing Colorado on Monday, including the state's needs for transportation improvements.
South High Principal On Leave After 'Personnel Matter'Denver Public Schools isn't saying much about a high school principal and student adviser who were placed on leave.
GPS Tracker Leads Authorities To Confessed BanditA Longmont man faces a long prison sentence after ripping off dozens of businesses in Lakewood.
$5,000 Reward Offered In Colorado Gun Store BurglaryAuthorities are offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads them to people who burglarized a Colorado pawn shop and took about 10 long guns.

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