A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck the central part of Idaho just before 6 pm local time on Tuesday. It was centered 78 miles to the northeast of Boise near Cape Horn Mountain. Katie Johnston reports.
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More Smoke. More Bad Air QualityWatch Meteorologist Ashton Altieri's forecast.
'Simpler & More Accessible': Denver Moves Forward With Community-Based COVID-19 TestingThe new community-based site is just one of four expected to roll out in the city over the coming weeks.
Firefighters Reports Mullen Fire Surpasses 100,000 AcresThe pre-evacuation area of Jackson County was made a mandatory evacuation on Wednesday afternoon for the Mullen Fire. Mandatory evacuations were ordered in northwest Larimer County just a short time later and included the Roach and Hohnholz areas.
Colorado Governor Visits Cameron Peak Fire Incident CommandGov. Jared Polis visited Cameron Peak Fire officials on Wednesday as the third-largest fire in state history continues to burn.
House Fire Victims Left Paying For Restoration Company DelaysTen months have passed since Brian Wynne and his wife were last in their Colorado Springs home.
38 Swim & Dive Athletes Suspended For Violating Public Health OrderThe University of Denver suspended 38 swim and dive athletes for violating public health orders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Families Dismayed After JBS Denies COVID-19 ClaimsThe JBS meat packing plant in Greeley was home to one of the state's earliest and largest COVID-19 outbreaks.
RTD Approves Contract For New CEO Debra JohnsonThe Regional Transportation District's Board of Directors voted Tuesday night to finalize Debra Johnson's 5-year contract as general manager and CEO of the agency with an annual salary of $315,000.
Copper Mountain Fires Up Snow GunsCopper Mountain plans to open on Nov. 30 with additional health and safety measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lift One Base Area At Aspen To Be RedevelopedAspen voters approved the redevelopment last year.
New Regulations At Colorado Well Drilling Sites Preliminarily ApprovedThe Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission are expected to vote on new regulations in November.
Colorado's Diana DeGette Hears Scientists Share Vaccine Suggestions In Oversight PanelColorado Rep. Diana DeGette chaired a House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee panel to hear how coronavirus vaccines should be evaluated for safety.
UCHealth Coronavirus Vaccine Study Shows How Antibodies React With Older AdultsEarly results of a coronavirus vaccine study being conducted in Colorado show that the vaccine candidate in older adults produced virus-neutralizing antibodies at levels similar to those seen in younger adults.
¡Vota! Beer Aims To Encourage Eligible Latinos To Vote In The 2020 ElectionThe owners of Raices Brewery in Denver are creating more voting awareness among Latinos.
Fired Aurora Police Officer Fighting For His Job BackA fire police officer, Levi Huffine, testified for more than an hour today in an attempt to get the Aurora Civil Service Commission to overturn his firing.
First Ever Fall Restaurant Week In Denver AnnouncedVISIT Denver and the culinary community are coming together for a Fall Denver Restaurant Week to help the struggling industry.
"Politics May Be Frustrating But Please Leave Crime Out Of It" Says One Sheriff OfficeAs the election draws closer more reports of vandalism is being reported across the state.
Businesses In Vail Village Are Starting To See Pre Pandemic NumbersThings are looking positive for restaurants, businesses, and hotels in the high country as tourists continue to visit.
September To Go Out With A Blast Of SmokeWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast
Denver Has First Ever Fall Restaurant WeekVISIT Denver is supporting Denver's struggling culinary scene with a Fall Restaurant Week.
Colorado Hosts FEMA Administrator In Disaster Response TourFEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor visited with Colorado Task Force One in Lakewood on Wednesday. The group, overseen by FEMA, deploys across the country to various disasters -- most recently to Louisiana for Hurricane Laura.
Denver To Focus On Community-Based Testing As Pepsi Center Site ClosesAs the Pepsi Center closes its coronavirus testing lanes on Wednesday, the city of Denver moves to more community-based testing. It's important for Coloradans to know there are other testing sites available across the state, including one at Water World.
Survivor Of Colorado Propane Blast Advocates For Burn Victims After Losing Partner In 'Tremendous Explosion'It has been nearly a year since a man was critically burned in a propane explosion just outside Pagosa Springs in Archuleta County. Thanks to the care he received at Swedish Medical Center, that man has recovered physically with few limitations.