A young soldier, whose leg was crushed in the 2010 catastrophic earthquake in Haiti, was recently treated for a serious problem in that same leg. Junior Tunis is grateful to his doctors in Denver.
Dreion Dearing Found Guilty In Shooting Death Of Adams County Deputy Heath GummDreion Dearing was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Youth Football Game Erupts In Violence After Spectators Sling Racial SlursThe incident is being investigated by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office who confirms racial slurs were used in the fight involving adults.
Gaylord Rockies Uses 'Symptom Sense' Scanner To Help Detect CoronavirusThe convention center in Aurora is once again welcoming conference goers with some new technology to help keep attendees safe.
Summit County Concerned Spike In Coronavirus Cases Could Impact TourismSummit County is taking steps to help prevent the spread of coronavirus before escalating to Level 3 on the state's COVID-19 dial.
Downtown Denver Businesses Board Up Windows To Prepare For Post Election ProtestsThe Denver Police Department is preparing for the possibility that there will be unrest following Tuesday's election.
Douglas County Focuses On Community Safety Surrounding Election Day With 'Strike Force'Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock and police chiefs from Castle Rock, Parker and Lone Tree are forming what’s called a “strike force.”
Louisville Businessman Pushes To Keep Outdoor SeatingThe street closures to accommodate diners was supposed to end Nov. 2, but some want to keep it during the winter months.
Christopher Linsmayer Charged With Arson For Burning Slash Piles In Grand CountyChristopher Linsmayer, 68, faces 12 counts of arson for burning slash piles near his Grand County home and leaving them unattended.
Sheriff: East Troublesome Fire Has Destroyed Or Damaged 250 BuildingsThe East Troublesome Fire is the second largest wildfire in recorded Colorado history at 193,774 acres.
Grand, Larimer County Election Officials Work To Make Very Vote Count Despite Destructive WildfiresWhile Grand County took a hit from the East Troublesome Fire, the elections process did not.
Colorado AG Says Landlord Engaged In Voter IntimidationBernie Pagel is accused of distributing notices to tenants that rent would double if Joe Biden was elected president.
Some Coloradans Grateful To Receive $375 Stimulus During Coronavirus PandemicThe one-time payment for certain unemployed in Colorado will be dispersed in December
A Social Media Scavenger Hunt Is Designed To Encourage DonationsThe American Cancer Society is energizing supporters with a fun scavenger hunt through Downtown Denver.
With Only 5 Days Until Election Tuesday Political Parties Are Making Sure To Get Out The VoteIn Colorado more than 50% of active voters have already turned in their ballots.
COVID-19 Outbreak Affecting 22 Summit HS Students Linked To Parties, Officials SayThe Summit County Public Health Department is investigating a recent outbreak of COVID-19 among Summit High School students. Health officials believe the 22 confirmed cases are tied to social gatherings and parties outside of school.
500,000 Coloradans Opt To Have Phone Tracked For COVID-19 Exposure NotificationMore than 500,000 Coloradans have opted in on a service that tracks your cell phone and notifies you if you've been near someone who tested positive for COVID-19. The exposure notification service launched on Sunday.
Slightly Cooler For HalloweenWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Steve Pankey Now In Colorado To Face Murder Charges In Death Of Jonelle MatthewsSteven Pankey, the man accused of murdering Jonelle Matthews nearly 35 years ago, has been extradited to Colorado for prosecution. Greeley Police say Pankey, 69, killed Matthews in the 1980s and disposed of her body in a remote field.
Jury Selection Begins In Mark Redwine's Murder TrialJury selection is underway in the trial of Mark Redwine. Redwine is accused in the death of his son -- eight years ago. Dylan Redwine was reported missing from his father's home in La Plata County in November 2012.
UCHealth Looking For Coloradans To Participate In COVID-19 Vaccination TrialMore than 1,000 Coloradans will have the opportunity to be among the first recipients of a new COVID-19 vaccine. The phase three clinics trial will test the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine through UCHealth in northern Colorado.
A Denver Public Schools Social Studies Teacher Has Been Named Colorado Teacher Of The YearGerardo Muñoz was award the 2021 award during a virtual ceremony.
The US Department Of Agriculture Has Awarded A $6 Million Dollar Grant To Expand Internet In Rural Northwest ColoradoThe grant will help 264 homes, farms, and business in Routt, Moffat, and Eagle counties.
The State Department Of Revenue Will Postpone Various Tax Fillings & Payment Deadlines For Estes Park & Grand Lake BusinessesDue to the East Troublesome fire the State Department of Revenue will postpone November tax fillings and payments due dates to December.
Colorado Inmate Dies While Being Treated For Coronavirus SymptomsAn inmate at a prison in southern Colorado died while being treated at a hospital after showing symptoms of the coronavirus, the state corrections department said Thursday.