Graffiti Was Spray Painted On Rocks And Sidewalks On Yampa River Core TrailSomeone has been spray painting red hearts all over rocks and sidewalks in Steamboat Springs -- at the base of the ski area, the grocery stores, along the Yampa River Core Trail, and even at the police station.
Bandimere Speedway Is In Jefferson County Court Right Now Over The 4th Of July Event They HostedBandimere Speedway is currently in court over their decision to host a 4th of July event.
Widespread Testing Is Happening At The Buena Vista Prison After An Inmate And Staff Member Tested Positive For CoronavirusInmates at the Buena Vista prison are being kept in quarantine to help stop the spread of coronavirus after an inmate and staff member tested positive.
More Women Lose Jobs Than Men During Coronavirus PandemicA new study shows the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected Colorado's working women.
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Denver's Plan To Cull Canada Geese Moves ForwardA public meeting on the matter will be held on Wednesday night.
Wheat Ridge Police Search For Burglary SuspectThe suspect targeted A Brighter Community which is a day center for adults with developmental disabilities.
Health Care Experts Weigh In On Rise Of Coronavirus Cases In ColoradoThey say they expect to see a bump after the July 4th holiday weekend.
March Against Racism, Hate Targets Cranmer Park NeighborhoodThe rally was organized after a video went viral of a woman chasing a Black man down the street.
Questions Surround Death Of Elijah McClain, High Dose Of KetamineThe 23-year-old was injected with 500 mg of Ketamine, enough for a 220-pound man but Elijah was only 140 pounds.
Where Does Payroll Protection Program Money Go In Colorado?More federal assistance doesn't necessarily mean more jobs.
Denver Begins Fining Drivers Parked In Street Sweeping ZonesThe Department of Transportation and Infrastructure will begin citations on July 8.
Police Say Assault Suspect Set Explosion Inside Mobile HomeThat suspect died in the blast in Fort Collins.
Pepsi Center Coronavirus Testing Site Caps Tests At 2,000 Per DayThe testing capacity has slowed and it's taking longer to get results.
Shift To Cycling During Coronavirus Pandemic Means More Safety ConcernsHave you noticed more Coloradans getting around on two wheels? After being cooped up because of coronavirus, cycling is especially popular this summer.
A Petition Has Been Started To Revert The Rino District Back To It's Historical Name "Five Points"Rino is a non-profit arts organization not a neighborhood.
Lawsuits Mount Over Denver Police Handling Of ProtestsIt was a battle for the streets of Denver that started in late May. Protesters marched through the streets, expressing anger over the death of George Floyd, while police used chemical antiperspirants, foam bullets and more to control the crowds.
Multiple Shootings Overnight In Aurora: Two Killed, One InjuredA man and woman were shot near East Colfax Avenue and Beeler Street overnight.
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Grill-Related Injuries Hit A High In JulyIt's not only fireworks that cause serious burns, but grills, too.
Aurora City Council Moves Forward On Ban For ChokeholdsThis comes after the outrage surrounding Elijah McClain's death last year.
Unlikely Colorado Will Require Quarantine For Out-Of-State VisitorsColorado launched a tourism campaign urging locals to explore their own backyard earlier this summer.
2-Alarm Fire Damages Townhomes Under Construction In Douglas County2 people were injured in the fire near the Highline Canal.
Elijah McClain Death: Aurora Considers Banning Police From Using ChokeholdMonday night the Aurora City Council will vote on whether to ban police officers from using carotid control hold.