Buses Show Off Driverless TechnologyRTD is looking to the future with driverless vehcile technology. The company Transdev showed off its version of the buses at the Pepsi Center parking lot on Wednesday.
Highlights From Chris Spears' Reddit ‘AMA’ On Great American EclipseChrist Spears did an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit Wednesday and answered questions about next week's Great American Eclipse.
Swift Sends Flowers To Denver Company That Supported HerTaylor Swift is returning the love to a Denver company that created colorful signs out of Post-its of her song lyrics like "Fearless" and "Begin Again" in its windows during her trial.
Man Convicted In Bagel Shop Murder, ArsonJurors convicted a man on Wednesday in the murder and arson above a popular bagel shop in Five Points last year.
Section Of Bridge Being Demolished Comes Crashing Down UnexpectedlyA section of bridge that's in the process of being demolished in Glenwood Springs came crashing down unexpectedly Tuesday night.
Fuel Truck, Passenger Van Collide On Private Road At DIAPolice in Denver are investigating a collision between a fuel truck and a passenger van at Denver International Airport.
Immigration Reform Group Won't Hold Conference In ColoradoA group that backs "patriotic immigration reform" won't hold a planned conference at a Colorado resort next year.
After Scary Experience, City Council President Backs Supervised Injection FacilityCity Council President Albus Brooks put his full support behind a proposal to create a supervised injection facility in Denver on Tuesday.
Woman Overcomes Odds As Ex-Husband Is Sentenced For Driving Over HerA victim is courageously speaking out about surviving a brutal attack by her ex-husband is hopes of helping others protect themselves.
Convicted Rapist Gets Out Early For Good BehaviorA former University of Colorado student who was convicted on rape charges and sentenced to two years of work release is now out of jail.
Vet Reunited With Lost Tags 48 Years After BattleLong-awaited closure came for a Vietnam veteran who lives in Colorado when he received his dog tog that was lost on the battlefield nearly 50 years ago.
Mark Redwine Faces Colorado Judge For First TimeNearly five years since his son went missing, Mark Redwine stood before a Colorado judge.

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