Meteorologist Dave Aguilera regularly visits schools across the Denver metro area.
Researchers, University Of Denver Professors Try To Put End To Debate Over What To Do On 4th And ShortThey're trying to put an end to the hottest debate in football – what should teams do on 4th and short?
Snowmass & Aspen Mountain Open For The Season WednesdaySnowmass and Aspen Mountain will open for the season on Wednesday with new protocols in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Olivia Gant Estate Files Intent To Sue Up to $25 Million After 7-Year-Old's DeathThe estate of Olivia Gant, her father, grandparents and siblings have notified the hospitals and others that treated the girl who died at age 7, they intend to sue for up to $25 million.
If People Gather For Thanksgiving, A Surge Of COVID Cases Is ExpectedHealth experts warn that there will be a surge of coronavirus cases if people gather for Thanksgiving celebrations.
Business Is Booming In Parts Of Colorado's High CountyBusinesses in Summit County are trying to make things work with the Level Red restrictions.
School Taskforce To Focus On Getting Students Back Into Classrooms Next YearGov. Jared Polis is forming a school taskforce with the hope of getting students back into the classroom for in-person learning next semester.
Longmont Mayor Wants To Keep Hospitals From Treating Weld County Residents Due To Noncompliance With COVID RestrictionsLongmont's mayor asked for an ordinance in which it would be illegal for Longmont United Hospital and UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital to provide medical help to residents of Weld County.
Famlies In Need Of Food This Thanksgiving Recieved Help Thanks To The Denver Rescue MissionThe Denver Rescue Mission and the Denver Broncos organization distributed more than 2,000 Thanksgiving food boxes to families in need Tuesday. It’s food assistance many people didn’t expect to need several months ago, but the pandemic has since left thousands of tables without meals.
A Little More Snow For ThanksgivingWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Lauren Boebert Wants To Head To Washington D.C. Carrying Her FirearmCongresswoman elect Lauren Boebert is the first woman and mother elected to Colorado's 3rd congressional district.
Colorado Has Been Selected For Initial Test For Coronavirus Vaccine ShipmentColorado has been selected to take part in an initial test for shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine. Creating an effective vaccine was just one step. Getting it to people to protect them could prove more difficult.
New Level Red Restrictions Has Caused Dozens Of Loveland Businesses To Make Pact To Stay OpenMore than 65 Loveland-based companies, and counting, have signed a pact to stay open for business as Larimer County moves to Level Red restrictions. Level Red on the state’s COVID-19 dial is one step away from Level Purple, a complete shutdown, and restricts restaurants from having any indoor dining or guests.
COVID In Colorado: School Taskforce To Focus On Getting Students Back Into Classrooms Next YearGov. Jared Polis is forming a school taskforce with the hope of getting students back into the classroom for in-person learning next semester. The taskforce meets for the first time on Wednesday.
There Is A New $10,000 Reward For Information Regarding The Deadly Green Valley Ranch House FireThe fire happened on August 5th in Green Valley Ranch killing the family inside the house.
Passengers On A Bus To Denver From El Paso, Texas May Not Know They Were Exposed To CoronavirusA passenger died after taking the bus and tested positive for coronavirus, the bus company does not ask passengers for phone numbers or email addresses so they have no way of notifying the passengers.
'Broncos Business Boost' Gives Fans Chance To Help Local Businesses During Coronavirus PandemicThe Denver Broncos are doing their part to help local businesses struggling during the coronavirus pandemic. On Tuesday, the team launched the "Broncos Business Boost."
Aurora Police Track Down Suspect Driver In Halloween Hit & Run That Possibly Left Victim ParalyzedPolice in Aurora say they've tracked down the driver responsible for a hit-and-run on Halloween that may have left a person paralyzed. The crash happened just after 8 p.m. Oct. 31 at 6th and Peoria.
Investigators Search For Clues In Bear Creek Fire That Burned Near Colorado Springs HomesInvestigators are looking for information about a wildfire that burned dangerously close to homes in Colorado Springs last week. The Bear Creek Fire burned slightly more than 20 acres in the park on Nov. 19.
Once The Broadmoor Pikes Peak Cog Railway Reopens It Will Have A New Snow BlowerThe snow blower is being built in Switzerland and will be able to clear the tracks no problem.
DIA Is Reporting An Increase In Passengers Despite A Plea For People To Not Travel For ThanksgivingAs people get ready to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday more airport employees are getting tested for Covid-19 and soon a public testing site could be a new fixture inside Denver International Airport.
Snow Ends, Temperatures Will Plunge TonightWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
As Larimer County Is The Latest To Move To Level Red Some Restaurants Feel TargetedSome small business feel they are being held to different and stricter standards than big box stores.
This Mornings Snow Storm Brought Much Needed Moisture To The Denver Metro AreaThis mornings heavy snow has brought much needed moisture to the state.
Breckenridge Brewery To Deliver Christmas Ale By ReindeerTen lucky winners will get their ale delivered by real reindeer this year.