The city council race in Westminster could hinge on the issue of water rate hikes.
3 Teens Arrested In Fire That Killed 5 People In Green Valley RanchDenver police have arrested three juveniles in the house fire that killed three adults and two children in Green Valley Ranch last summer.
Summit County Family Credits Habitat For Humanity With Ability To Stay In The MountainsThe competition for real estate in Colorado’s mountain communities has forced some lower-income families to look elsewhere. Trends show the market isn’t slowing anytime soon.
Arson Investigation: 3 Teens Arrested In Fire That Killed 5 In Green Valley RanchDenver police have arrested three teenagers in the house fire that killed three adults and two children in Green Valley Ranch last summer. Two of the suspects are 16 years old and one is 15 years old. They are facing murder, arson and burglary charges.
UCHealth Wants To Create Playbook For Mass Vaccination ClinicsWith their successful test run this past weekend of a mass vaccination drive up clinic, UCHealth is hoping to create a playbook for mass vaccination events.
Free Menstrual Products Now Available In Restrooms In Denver Public Schools"FREE menstrual products have begun to arrive in restrooms across Denver Public Schools!" Denver School Board Director Tay Anderson wrote on Facebook.
Poll Reveals 1 In 6 Parents Has Left Denver Public SchoolsThe poll results have a group of parents taking action.
More Denver Renters To See Relief With New Federal FundingThe city of Denver will get nearly $22 million in federal funds to help renters impacted by the coronavirus.
Traffic Light System Focus Of Deadly Crash Between Denver Fire Vehicle, SedanDenver police are investigating the operation of a system that is supposed to change stoplights when an emergency vehicle approaches.
Time Is Running Out For One Lottery Winner To Claim Their PrizeA $150,000 winning Powerball ticket was sold 180 days ago in Windsor, the winners has until tomorrow to claim the prize.
New Permanent Prosthesis Allows A Father To Walk While Holding Hands With Daughter For The First TimeAfter years in a wheelchair, an amputee from Basalt is thrilled to be walking with a new artificial leg. This one attaches directly to his thigh bone.
Northbound Lanes Of I-25 Reopen After Closure Due To Multi-Vehicle Crash Involving SemisNorthbound lanes of Interstate 25 reopened just before 5 p.m. after they were closed for hours on Tuesday afternoon for a multi-vehicle crash that involved semis. The closure was northbound at mile marker 255 near Thompson River Ranch, south of Loveland.
Colorado Lawmakers Passed Bill Abolishing Death PenaltyThere is a push to abolish the death penalty at the federal level.
Colorado Transgender Military Members Applaud President Biden Executive OrderPresident Joe Bien reversed an executive order signed by former President Donald Trump which lifts a controversial ban on transgender people serving in the military.
Colorado Takes Next Step Toward Importing Prescription Drugs from CanadaColorado is taking a new step toward importing prescription drugs from Canada. The state is now soliciting vendors to implement Colorado’s Canadian Drug Importation Program.
Colorado Not Expected To Run Out Of COVID Vaccines, YetStates across the country are pausing mass vaccination events and clinics because of supply issues. Will Colorado encounter the same problem?
CDPHE Says The State Has Completed Phase 1A & Is Well Within Phase 1B Of Vaccine DistributionA successful test run of vaccine distribution at Coors field means 10,000 people will be vaccinated this upcoming weekend.
Family Serves Meals Every Sunday at Denver Rescue MissionIt’s a Sunday morning tradition for the Pikas family: serving breakfast to the homeless at the Denver Rescue Mission.
Fire Truck Crash: Denver Fire Chief Shares 'Heartfelt Sympathies' To Family Of VictimDenver Fire officials expressed sorrow and condolences to the family of the person who died in a crash with a Denver fire truck. The crashed happened Saturday afternoon near Broadway and Speer Boulevard.
Explosions In Aurora: Suspect Scott Campbell In Custody But Motive Remains A MysteryTwo bombs went off in two weeks, within a mile of each other, in neighborhoods in Aurora. The suspect, 44-year-old Scott Campbell, is in custody now, but it's still unclear why the two locations were chosen -- and residents in the area are shaken.
COVID In Colorado: First Mass Vaccination Event Held at Coors FieldOne thousand Coloradans, aged 70 and over, received their COVID-19 vaccinations Sunday at drive thru event in the parking lot at Coors Field.
Students Oppose Parent's Effort To Recall Douglas County School Board MembersMore than half of the Douglas County School Board has been targeted in a recall effort.
Colorado Health Experts Working On 'Playbook' For Mass COVID Vaccine DistributionThe state and UCHealth is now preparing for the first mass vaccination clinic at Coors Field.
'Randall's' Is Opening At A Time When Many Restaurants Are ClosingThe new Cajun and Creole restaurant is opening at Bruce Randolph Avenue and York Street in about 2 weeks despite coronavirus restrictions.
Rural Areas Of Colorado Get COVID Vaccine Focus Thanks To New TeamThe state has now launched a team of health professionals to focus on equity in those areas and communities that are typically underserved.