A Colorado Springs woman picked up an injured bobcat and put it in her car near her child Thursday morning.
Police Investigate Shots Fired At Police Protest At State CapitolThe rally began as a peaceful protest against police brutality.
Colorado Companies Embrace Work From Home ProcessDenver-based Dizzion is expanding their data centers as more people continue to work from home.
ACLU Files Lawsuit Against Gov. Jared Polis Over Inmate Early ReleasesSome of those released have committed crimes within days of leaving prison.
Future Leader Winner Using Technology To Solve The Problems He SeesThe Future Leader winner for May is Andrew Woen, a rising senior at Peak to Peak Charter School.
Lakeside Amusement Park Is Waiting For The State To Tell Them If And When They Can ReopenLakeside Amusement Park is still closed as they wait to find out if they will be allowed to open for the summer.
An Effort Is Under Way To Try And Save An Almost 100 Year Old Condo Complex From DemolitionThe owners of the building want to sell but some neighbors are not happy about the future plan for the building and land.
Leaders In Douglas County Are Working To Get A Variance To Be Able To Open Pools And Resume Other ActivitiesLeaders are working hard to reopen more activities in Douglas county.
Bennett Family Sends Message To First Responders- Atop BarnThe message was put there specifically for the Air Life flight crew to see.
Doctors Host Town Hall About CoronavirusConcerned parents have many questions about how to answer their kids' questions.
Denver Has 400+ Applications For Expanded Patio SpaceThis comes as restaurants try to maintain social distancing guidelines and also reopen to the public.
Colorado Lawmakers Debate Remote Voting State CapitolThe resolution passed along party lines in both chambers of the state Legislature.
Arapahoe Basin Opens With Restrictions In PlaceThe ski area mandates face coverings, social distancing guidelines.
Some Smaller Gyms Say They Shouldn't Be Grouped With Larger OnesAs the safer-at-home phase allows for more businesses to open, some remain closed.
Dozens Of Fifth Graders Received Bikes As Part Of Their Continuation CelebrationA group of lucky fifth graders received a brand new bike and helmet thanks to United Healthcare.
A Local Band Is Finding A New Way To Hold ConcertsWildermiss now puts on concerts from a flat bed trailer in front of homes instead of music venues.
Rocky Mountain National Park Has Reopened But Only At 60% CapacityRocky Mountain National Park has finally reopened but they are only allowing 60% capacity at any time.
Restaurants Were Officially Allowed To Reopen For Dine In Today But Some Are Choosing Not To OpenSome restaurants are choosing to still only be open for take out and delivery.
'Tax' On Satellites Will Reduce Space JunkJust beyond the reach of Earth's atmosphere, an estimated 20,000 objects travel around the planet in low orbit.
Colorado High School Seniors Anxious Of What College Will Look Like in FallIn the blink of an eye, Albert Ursetta’s senior year at John F. Kennedy High School in Denver was turned upside down.
New Fall Semester Learning Structure Planned For CU Boulder StudentsAfter trading campus life for remote learning due to COVID-19, it will be back to school for University of Colorado Boulder students on August 24.
Summer Day Camps And Youth Sports Camps Will Soon Welcome Kids AgainStarting Monday, June 1 summer day camps and youth sports camps can reopen with new guidelines.
Olde Town Arvada Considering Closing Down Streets To Add More Outdoor Dinning And ShoppingOlde Town Arvada is looking into closing down parts of main street to allow for more social distancing.
We Know Have A Better Idea Of What Students Can Expect If And When They Return To The Classroom This FallThe State Department of Education just released some guidelines.
Back To Work: Colorado Legislature Must Figure Out $3.3 Billion Budget GapColorado lawmakers get back to work Tuesday and they'll be busy.