Cultural Events Opens Doors Between Architecture & ArtDoors Open Denver is a two-day celebration of architecture and design throughout the city. Six cultural experiences will explore how architecture influences art.
Teen Who Escaped From Youth Corrections Back In CustodySheriff's deputies in Douglas County say teen who escaped from the Division of Youth Corrections on Tuesday afternoon is back in custody.
Explosion Rocks Motel With Long-Term ResidentsA community of families is feeling grateful to be alive after an explosion blew the roof off of a motel in Loveland.
Solitary Mountain Man's Hobby Produces Cache Of Climate DataIn his boredom, Billy Barr found a calling. Measuring snow. Since 1974, he’s taken measurements twice a day, but it wasn’t just the snow depth and when it melted.
Three More Resorts Shut Down Lifts For 2017 Ski SeasonWith the Sunday's closures of Vail, Breckenridge, and Winter Park ski areas, only four resorts remain open in this 2017 winter ski season.
Columbine Survivors Helping Those With PTSD Get Resources For HelpIt's been 18 years since the deadly shooting at Columbine High School. Now students who were inside the school during the attack say they've found a new purpose -- to give back.
Home A Total Loss After Early Morning FireInvestigators are trying to find out what sparked a fire that destroyed this home in Littleton.
'Doors Open' To Show Off Denver ArchitectureFor two-days, Denverites get access to dozens of locations to admire and learn about the architecture and design.
Police Need Help Identifying Liquor Store RobbersPolice are asking for help finding three men who robbed Denver businesses.
Police Arrest Suspected Bike Burglar Caught On CameraPolice have arrested a suspected serial burglar believed to be responsible for dozens of break-ins and bicycle thefts in Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood.
March For Science: 'Future Of Our Earth Is At Stake'Scientists and their supporters came together in Civic Center Park to encourage the public to stand up for science. With colorful signs and flags, concerned citizens of all ages from across Colorado came to Denver to make their voices heard.
Many Trees Could Disappear In Colorado Because Of Non-Native PestArbor Day is coming up -- a day people are encouraged to plant and care for trees. But the state is a warning about a bug that has killed millions of trees across the country and it is getting a foothold in Colorado.