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Longmont Police Search For Hit & Run DriverThe crash at Main Street and Mountain View Ave. left one woman seriously injured.
Boulder Veteran Touts Benefits Of CBD Oil For VeteransA veteran in Boulder is using his experience and his CBD oil business to help other veterans.
Pastor Dary Northrop From 'Baby Faith' Case Relieved After ArrestMore than 20 years after a newborn was found in a trash bag along the shores of Horestooth Reservoir, community leaders from 1996 are reflecting on the impact “Baby Faith’s” murder had on the northern Colorado community.
Arvada Neighbors Hold Trunk-Or-Treat For KidsAfter a young brother and sister in Arvada missed Halloween this year, community members came together to organize a belated celebration.
Spinphony & Colorado I Have A Dream Foundation Inspire StudentsStudents at STRIVE Prep Ruby Hill got to take a break from classes and participate in a special crossover musical experience.
Denver's 5 Points Hosts Interactive, Abstract ExhibitIt’s the year 2119 as imagined by well-known Denver artist, Thomas “Detour” Evans.
Family Farm Going Strong Thanks To Lakewood CommunityFor 30 years, a two acre plot of land near Wadsworth Boulevard and Jewell Avenue in Lakewood sat undeveloped.
Health Clinic Helps Students In Sheridan School DistrictCU’s College of Nursing helps with medical exams, psychology, dental and wellness checkups.
Woman Cited For Going Topless In Loveland Wins SettlementEffie Krokos said it's not about the money, but about how women are treated.
Five Points Business Owner Upset Over City's Response To Refuse, DefecationHe says the area around Curtis St. and 24th is filled with feces, drug needles, homeless camps.
The Secret Is Out About Clear Creek CountyThe tourism business is booming in Georgetown.
John Leguizamo Brings New Show 'Latin History For Morons' To DenverJohn Leguizamo will be on stage for one night only, Dec. 10.
Hanging Lake Permit System Considered A 'Win' By Forest ServiceThe shuttle season is over after peak season but hikers must still get permits.
Armored Vehicle Driver Fired After Robbery3 men with guns ambushed the truck last week.
Some RTD Riders Want Refunds After Routes CancelledOn Friday, 65 trips were cancelled along RTD's R, C, D, H, F and E Lines.
Denver Fashion Week Continues Through Nov. 17The event is part of Denver Arts Week.
Krystal Lee's Father Testifies In Patrick Frazee Murder TrialFrazee's mistress maintains that she didn't kill Kelsey Berreth.
Carbon Monoxide Detector Found Behind Wall At Belmont Buckingham ApartmentsThe resident was led to the detector's warning alert by a constant beeping sound.
Father Of Key Witness In Kelsey Berreth Murder Case Takes The StandThe father of Kelsey Berreth's child, Patrick Frazee, is charged with her murder.
Mile High Holiday Mart Collecting Toys For Together 4 Colorado Toy DriveThe Junior League of Denver is hosting its 40th annual Mile High Holiday Mart. It’s a boutique shopping experience, and for the first time this year, they’ll be collecting new, unwrapped toys for the Together 4 Colorado Toy Drive.
Numbers Of Crashes In Which Drivers Fall Asleep RisingSam Cole, the Colorado Department of Transportation's Safety Communications Director, went back to 2014 to look at figures, and he said drivers that fall asleep cause about 16 deaths a year, but injuries have steadily been climbing.
Victoria Martin, A Mother Of 4, Gaining The Upper Hand On Rare But Deadly Form Of CancerShe did everything she was supposed to, from getting routine mammograms to eating right, but it was an extra measure that helped her find breast cancer and ultimately it saved this mom's life.
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Boulder Sleep Out For Homeless Youth Event Happens In Chilly TempsImagine having to sleep and live outside during frigid winter months. Close to 150 people in Boulder deliberately did just that, to demonstrate what homeless youth have to endure daily.