The city council race in Westminster could hinge on the issue of water rate hikes.
Coloradans Convicted Of Multiple Felonies Could Seal Their Records Under Bill At State CapitolA bill at the state Capitol would allow individuals to seal multiple convictions for a wide range of offenses.
Jane DeDecker, Artist Behind Suffrage Movement Statue, Begins Work On Untold Story Of Women's Right To VoteJane DeDecker was asked by the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission to create a statue commemorating the early chapters in the story of women’s right to vote.
Scammers Manipulating Lawmakers, Social Media In Fraud Efforts According To Colorado Department Of Labor And EmploymentIn an effort to pressure CDLE officials to loosen fraud prevention measures, scammers are infiltrating Facebook groups agitating and complaining.
As The State COVID Dial Ends Denver Is Joining Other Counties To Operate At Level BlueCounties now choose what restrictions they want to put in place which does include still operating at reduced capacities to maintain social distancing.
A Company In Denver Is In The Business Of Improving Indoor Air Quality So People Can Breath EasyAs more places reopen to allow people indoors one local company is working to make sure the air quality inside is good.
Douglas County Businesses Enjoy Lack Of COVID Restrictions After Opting Out Of Tri-County Health GuidelinesColorado officially ended its COVID-19 Dial framework, handing over more control to local counties and jurisdictions. For months, the color-based system outlined restrictions and other guidelines.
'Ridiculously Heavy': Spring Snow Breaks Branches, Causes Power Outages Friday MorningThe heavy spring snow broke branches and downed power lines, leaving thousands without power Friday morning. At 6 a.m., Xcel Energy reported about 6,400 customers without power across Colorado. About 3,400 of those are in the Denver metro area.
Spring Snowstorm Causes Power Outages Friday MorningThe heavy spring snow broke branches and downed power lines, leaving thousands without power Friday morning. At 6 a.m., Xcel Energy reported about 6,400 customers without power across Colorado. About 3,400 of those are in the Denver metro area.
Loveland Police Chief Responds To Forceful Arrest Of 73-Year-Old With DementiaThe shoplifting arrest of Karen Garner, 73, happened on June 26, 2020.
UCHealth Plans For Possibility Of 3rd COVID Vaccine Dose Needed Within A YearUCHealth is already planning for COVID-19 vaccine booster shots.
Colorado Health Officials Determine Thousands Of First COVID Vaccine Doses Useless At Dr. Moma ClinicNow thousands are frustrated at the lack of communication from the state about rescheduling their COVID vaccines.
Community Responds After Greenwood Village's 'The Villager' Publishes Satirical Article Some Consider OffensiveSome Asian American and Pacific Islander leaders are calling for a boycott of the paper.
Propane Tanks Big Concern At Homeless CampsDenver Fire has removed more than 9,500 pounds of liquid propane from homeless camps since January.
Loveland Police Respond To Federal Lawsuit Claiming 'Excessive Use Of Force' During Arrest Of 73-Year-Old WomanThe shoplifting arrest of Karen Garner, 73, happened on June 26, 2020.
State Lawmakers Are Looking At A Bill That Would Require Ski Resorts To Release Information On Skier AccidentsThe bill would require resorts to share accidents that happen on the mountain and safety plans.
Knowing How To Mange Money At A Young Age Can Help Make Smart Financial Decisions LaterStudents at one middle school are now learning about money during a financial literacy class.
President Biden Has Set September 11th As The Date For Troop Withdrawal From AfghanistanMore than 2,400 Americans have died overseas including a Navy Seal from Littleton, our Rick Sallinger spoke with Danny Dietz's mother about the troop withdrawal.
The Federal Government Is Offering Money For Funeral Cost Assistance Due To COVID-19Funeral costs can be very expensive so FEMA is now offering money for funeral assistance.
The COVID Dial Goes Away In Colorado On FridayThe dial has been in use for months but will no longer be used starting on Friday.
Colorado Naloxone Project Provides Opioid Overdose Medication To At-Risk PatientsThe coronavirus pandemic is being blamed for even more deaths as drug overdoses skyrocketed in Colorado during 2020. One group hopes to decrease the number in 2021 with more access to life saving Naloxone.
Douglas County Business Eager To Reopen Without Limitations: ‘Life Has To Go On’Douglas County will be re-opening with no capacity restrictions Friday, April 16. It’s a move many call getting back to normal.
COVID Restrictions: Denver Lifts Outdoor Face Mask RequirementThe City and County of Denver announced several changes regarding COVID-19 restrictions Wednesday, including a lifting of the outdoor mask requirement and the further loosening of capacity limits for businesses.
Lumber Shortage Causing Issues For Those Building Everything From Fences To HomesThe price of lumber is up about 180% since last spring.
Proposed Bill Would Give Public Benefits To Those In The U.S. UnlawfullyState lawmakers are discussing the bill that would give health care, housing assistance to those regardless of immigration status.