The Colorado State Patrol says DUI arrests involving marijuana are up 48% in the past year.
First-Ever Juneteenth Event Celebrated In AuroraThe event was sponsored by the City of Aurora and the Aurora Police Department.
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Father's Day Forecast - Cold Front Arrives Sunday NightWatch Callie Zanandrie's forecast.
Wildfire Mitigation Success In Rocky Mountain National ParkIt sparked yesterday -- and could easily be seen from the highway and other roadways. Helicopters have been making drops on a fire in Rocky Mountain National Park, since it's in an area tough for ground crews to get to.
Fantastic Father's Day ForecastWatch Dave Aguilera's Father's Day Outlook
DIA: New Floors And Restrooms Opened To Public On Level 5Crews are taking down walls that were blocking off passengers from seeing construction on Level 5.
Preventing Theft: Catalytic Converters Engraved And Spray Painted Bright ColorsAurora police are teaming up with students at an auto shop to help stop thieves -- by marking catalytic converters that are frequently stolen for the small amounts of precious metals inside.
Shooting Outside Aurora Apartment Injures Mom And Child Inside UnitA mother and her young child, who were inside an apartment, were hit with stray bullets after a large disturbance at the complex in Aurora early Saturday morning, police say.
Juneteenth 2021: Thousands Celebrate Newest Federal Holiday In Denver's Five Points NeighborhoodThousands packed the streets of Denver’s Five Points neighborhood in celebration of the Juneteenth holiday. The weekend-long celebration commemorates the freeing of slaves in Texas 156 years ago. The slaves had been granted freedom two years prior, but word was not delivered.
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A Touch Cooler With Scattered Afternoon StormsMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Marmot Rescued Outside Steakhouse In Englewood After 'Hitchhiking' From MountainsA marmot was rescued from outside a restaurant in Englewood after the little guy hitchhiked to town from the mountains.
Denver Juneteenth Kick-Off Concert So Much More Than Just A ShowFriday's Juneteenth kick-off concert at Levitt Pavilion at Ruby Hill had some fans emotional.
Broomfield County Jail Boasts 85% COVID Vaccination RateThe Broomfield County Jail conducts vaccination clinics for inmates and staff on Fridays.
Budweiser Events Center Will Reopen For Larimer County Fair PRCA Rodeo In AugustThe Budweiser Events Center in Loveland will re-open to the public for the annual Larimer County Fair PRCA Rodeo in August.
Caroline Harder Arrested With Meth After 2 Young Kids Found Walking Alone At 2:30 A.M.Police say Caroline Harder was under the influence of narcotics when she reported her children missing.
City Of Loveland Hires Consulting Firm To Investigate Police Department After Karen Garner ArrestThe City of Loveland has hired a consulting firm to investigate the police department after Karen Garner's arrest and claims of excessive force.
'Love Always Wins' Pride Flag Ripped Down From Thornton Home Not Once, But TwiceVandals strike a home in Thornton, twice ripping down a Pride flag.
Colorado's Joint Budget Committee Outlines Economic Forecast For JuneColorado's Joint Budget Committee says the state is doing better than expected post-pandemic.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra Visits Colorado To Encourage COVID VaccinationsU.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra visited Colorado to encourage COVID-19 vaccines.
Crews Contain Fire Burning Near Homes In Arvadafire started near homes on Simms Street, between West 72nd and West 80th Avenue, in Arvada.
The Search Is On For The Owner Of Two Dogs That Attacked A Woman & Her Dog In AuroraOn May 28th a woman and her dog were attacked my two unleashed pit pulls in Aurora, police are now searching for the owner and the dogs.
A Week Of Power Outages Amid Record Heat Forces Colorado Families To Evacuate HomesResidents in the ever-growing portions of Northern Colorado, Timnath and Windsor, say they’ve experienced power outages daily for one week. The outages, some lasting more than 22 hours, came as Colorado set multiple records for high temperatures.
Not As Hot With A Few Moisture Makers For SaturdayWatch Dave Aguilera's Forecast