The Colorado Attorney General's Office ordered the closure of several COVID testing locations for "failing to report COVID-19 testing results and cases to CDPHE as required by state law."
Teen Works To Build Brighter Futures For Indigenous YouthA small group of teens from around the country head to the nation’s capital this week for the first ever Mental Health Youth Action Forum to be held at the White House.
Colorado Springs And Boulder Land In The Top 5 Of Best Places To Live In America By U.S. News & World ReportTwo Colorado cities are in the Top 5 this year in U.S. News & World Report's rankings of best places to live in the United States.
Denver International Airport Expecting Busy Memorial Day Weekend TravelDenver International Airport is expecting a busy holiday weekend, the first since the federal government dropped its mask mandate for airports and public transportation.
Samuel Young, I-225 Shooting Suspect, SentencedA judge sentenced Samuel Young to more time in jail and probation.
Wildfire Risk Grows Tremendously For Colorado Homeowners Over 30 Years, Foundation SaysOver the next 30 years, many more Colorado homeowners will be at risk of wildfire.
Ahead Of Dry, Hot Summer Months, Permanent Fire Restrictions In Summit County Highlight CautionSummit Fire and EMS have stopped issuing burn permits for residents to eliminate wood waste on their property through the end of Labor Day. They say to expect these kinds of restrictions and bans every year going forward.
#PlumtawFire Causing Evacuations For Residents Near Pagosa SpringsA new wildfire in Colorado is prompting evacuations for the Lost Valley of the San Juans in Mineral County. The Plumtaw Fire is burning about 5 miles northwest of the Pagosa Springs Airport.
Major Temperature Change & Wet Weather This WeekWatch Lauren Whitney's forecast
Denver Police Department Honors Fallen OfficersThis is National Police Week, a chance to honor officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Denver Public School Disitrict Employees Say Minimum Wage Is Not Enough To Live OnMany employees say they can barley afford to live in the same city where they work due to increased cost of living.
Football Program Could Be Cut If Weld RE-8 School District Can't Afford ItAs the Weld RE-8 school district navigates cutting their budget for the 2022-2023 school year, some fear the district will eliminate athletics from some schools, specifically the football team at Fort Lupton High School.
Prayer Vigil Held At Colorado State Capital To Honor Victims Of Grocery Store Shooting In Buffalo, New YorkA group gathered Tuesday at the capital to honor those that were killed.
High Park Fire In Teller County Now 37% ContainedThe fire has burned over 1,500 acres since last week.
Plumtaw Fire Causing Evacuations For Residents Near Pagosa SpringsA new wildfire in Colorado is prompting evacuations for the Lost Valley of the San Juans in Mineral County.
Colorado Congressman Jason Crow Joins Public Hearing On UFOsColorado Congressman Jason Crow participated in a historic moment at the nation's Capitol: Congress' first public hearing on UFOs in more than half a century.
Baby Born Miles Above Earth During Flight From Denver To OrlandoThe captain of a Frontier Airlines flight described a flight attendant as "exemplary and calm" as she helped a mother give birth on the airplane.
'Front Yard Therapy' Promotes Youth Mental Health At Home & School In DenverA Denver Public School in Montbello is taking therapy to the front yard of family homes in order to promote the mental wellness of its students.
With Snow Possible Friday, Here's A List Of All Past May Snow Events In DenverMay snow is no stranger to Colorado, even in the lower elevations.
Mothers’ Milk Bank Helps Colorado Families During Baby Formula ShortageGov. Jared Polis announced a partnership on Tuesday with Mothers' Milk Bank through the Rocky Mountain Children's Foundation to help with the baby formula shortage.
New 983 Area Code Takes Effect In 1 Month For Denver Metro AreaThe Colorado Public Utilities Commission says 983 will be joining 303 and 720 starting in exactly one month (on June 17, 2022).
Colorado's First Tornado Of 2022 Touched Down Monday In Logan CountyScattered storms on the eastern plains even prompted a few severe thunderstorm warnings.
Using Archaeology To Bring Women’s History To LifeBonnie Clark unlocks the stories of women who’ve be lost or miss characterized by history, and she’ll be sharing those stories during Bold Women. Change History. at History Colorado.
How To Protect Annuals When A Late Freeze HitsMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Colorado Records First Tornado Of 2022Meteorologist Chris Spears tells us where it touched down.