Islamic Community Mourns Young Boy Whose Mother Was Center Of Travel Ban DisputeMourners gathered Saturday at a mosque in California to say goodbye to a 2-year-old boy whose Yemeni mother successfully fought the Trump administration's travel ban to hold the dying boy again in the United States.
Woman Asked To Prove She Is Boy's Mother At DIASouthwest Airlines said it was "looking into" an allegation that an employee for the carrier asked for proof that an infant traveling with the head coach of the University of California women's basketball team was actually her child.
Nuggets Stop Warriors' 11-Game Winning Streak, 96-81Gary Harris scored 19 points to lead a balanced Denver offense and the Nuggets stopped the Warriors' 11-game winning streak with a second impressive road victory in two nights, beating Golden State 96-81.
'Rhinoceropolis' Fire Benefit Show Almost Didn't HappenDenver's creative community will come together for a benefit concert at Aztlan Theatre on Saturday night to help the victims of the Ghost Ship Fire in Oakland.
Company Testing Pot Breathalyzer PrototypeLaw enforcement who try to catch people driving while high on marijuana have a problem because they don't have a breathalyzer to uncover it during a traffic stop.
Suspects In Cherry Creek North Jewelry Heist Now Face Federal ChargesFive suspected robbers accused of smashing their way into a Cherry Creek North jewelry store and stealing high priced watches and other items are appearing in federal court in San Francisco Friday morning.
Tips for Parents of High School AthletesNo matter what the level of ability a high school student athlete has, parents should understand the value of getting involved in their child’s program of choice as they collectively enter one of the most important chapters of their lives.
Passengers Continue On Trips After Jet Slides Off DIA TaxiwayAll of the passengers on Southwest Flight 1905 have either arrived at their final destinations or will by the end of the evening after their jet slid off a taxiway at Denver International Airport Saturday evening.
Paint Company To Pay $1.65M In Xcel Fire DeathsA California specialty painting company pleaded guilty Monday to five counts of violating federal workplace safety rules that resulted in the deaths of five workers at a Colorado power plant in 2007.