Little Sisters Of The Poor needs help fixing broken elevators.
Firefighters On Front Lines Of East Troublesome Fire Describe 'Gut-Wrenching Feeling'Demaris is a wildland firefighter and he was working with his crew throughout the night to try to keep it from burning homes and structures.
Renewed Eviction Moratorium In Colorado Met With CriticismPeople struggling to pay rent due to COVID-19 are getting some relief.
As The Holiday Travel Season Gets Closer More States And Cities Are Putting Restrictions On TravelersDue to rising coronavirus cases in some states other states and cities are putting travel restrictions in places for travelers.
The State Is Appealing A Federal Judge's Decision To Allow Two Denver Area Churches To Go Without Mask Or Attendance LimitsThe State of Colorado is appealing a federal judge’s decision to allow two Denver metro area churches to go without masks or attendance limits for indoor services.
'It's Politics': Head Of DSST Charter Accuses School Board Of Putting Politics Before KidsDenver's school board is under fire from a charter school director and families who say the board is playing politics with kids education. The battle comes to a head Thursday when the board will vote on whether to allow Rachel B. Noel Middle School in Northeast Denver to add a high school.
A New Mural At The Boys And Girls Club On 8th And Inca Is Meant To InspireA collaboration between the Boys and Girls Club and Yasso yogurt is bringing a new mural to one club location to inspire and bring together the community.
Some School Districts May Return To Remote Learning For The Rest Of The SemesterSome school districts in Colorado are considering returning to remote learning for grades 6-12 for the remainder of the fall semester due to a surge in coronavirus cases.
Colorado Hunters Impacted As U.S. Forest Service To Close 440,000+ Acres Of LandHistoric wildfire activity in Colorado prompted the U.S. Forest Service to temporarily close all national forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder and Larimer counties.
Coloradans Try To Navigate Evacuations With Large LivestockHundreds of animals went to the Boulder County Fairgrounds on Saturday in response to the CalWood Fire.
The Holiday Season In Downton Denver Will Look And Feel A Bit Different This YearToday the Downtown Denver Partnership announced plans for how they will handle holiday events in light of the pandemic.
The CalWood Fire Has Destroyed Many Structures But The Greenbriar Inn Has Been SparedThe Greenbriar Inn, a Boulder icon, has been spared from the devastating CalWood fire.
First Space Force Enlistees Take Oath And Head To Basic TrainingThe first group of Americans to enlist directly into the Space Force took their Oath of Enlistment in Denver on Tuesday morning, joining the sixth branch of the military. This was a first in the 244 years of the U.S. armed forces.
E-Scooter Rider Killed: Denver Police Searching For 4 People Seen In Stolen Car That Hit Christopher PattonDenver police are looking for four people seen in a stolen car involved in a deadly hit-and-run crash. Christopher Patton, 26, was riding an electric scooter with a group of friends when he was hit and killed at the intersection of Arapahoe and 14th streets, near the Denver Center for Performing Arts, on Sept. 7.
'It's Not A Nuisance': HOA Orders Resident To Take Thin Blue Line Flag DownA Colorado police officer has flown his thin blue line flag proudly for seven years, but now his HOA says it is in violation of the neighborhood policies.
Many Worry About The Historic Masonville Mercantile As The Cameron Peak Fire Continues To BurnAs the Cameron Peak fire continues to burn many are worried about the historic Masonville Mercantile which has been a staple of the surrounding community for over 124 years.
The CalWood Fire Has Left Many Without A Home To Return ToDamage assessment teams have been able to identified 26 homes destroyed or damaged by the CalWood fire.
Some Cherry Creek School District Students Falling Behind During Hybrid Learning: 'It's Frustrating And Heartbreaking'Some parents and students in the Cherry Creek School District are frustrated with the district's hybrid model, saying kids are falling behind. While the superintendent says teachers have been given several support tools for hybrid lessons plans, some parents feel the school district should be doing more to help students and teachers.
Commerce City Police Department Honors Detective Curt Holland, Resident Francesca Dominguez Killed In Head-On CrashThe Commerce City Police Department is honoring a 4-year veteran who was killed on Friday along with a civilian who died in the same crash. A driver crossed into northbound lanes of Highway 2, which started a chain reaction leading to their deaths.
New Arial Footage Shows Multiple Homes Destroyed By The CalWood Fire Near BoulderThe CalWood fire started over the weekend and has burned close to 8,800 acres and has about 15% containment.
Coloradans Help Each Other In Various Ways As Cameron Peak Fire Burns Closer To Populated AreasColoradans are stepping up to help the thousands now evacuating from the wildfires.
Jeremiah Elliott Details Confrontation Before Deadly Protest Shooting In DenverJeremiah Elliott and Lee Keltner were seen arguing before Keltner was shot and killed at a protest in Denver.
East Troublesome Fire Prompts New EvacuationsThe new orders impact people living along Highway 125 just outside of Granby.
Cameron Peak Fire Fueled By Strong Winds Forces New EvacuationsColorado's largest wildfire is forcing more people out of their homes as the flames are fueled by wind.
No Fans At High School Football Games In Adams CountyDue to a spike in coronavirus cases, no fans will be allowed at the games.