The Colorado Department of Human Services is celebrating foster families this month. On Saturday, May 8th, in a virtual event, the agency honored five foster families from across the state. One of the honorees was Manuel Padilla, who himself has overcome some pretty difficult obstacles to become a foster parent.
Gov. Jared Polis Targets Interstate 70 Stretch Between Floyd Hill And Idaho Springs At Bill SigningThe traffic backup from the bottleneck around Floyd Hill can turn the interstate into a parking lot on weekends in the winter and summer.
Community Leaders Believe Juneteenth Holiday Offers Opportunity For Everyone To LearnSome have been waiting for the recognition of Juneteenth their entire lives, others don't understand how it impacts their lives.
Proposed Rule Change Could Allow More Pollution In Colorado Rivers And StreamsA proposal by the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission could allow industries to discharge more pollution into Colorado's rivers and streams.
Why Colorado Roads Buckle Under Extreme HeatThe intense heat is so strong it sometimes turns Colorado's roads into obstacle courses.
Five Points Businesses Excited About Return Of In-Person Juneteenth CelebrationsBusiness owners say events over one weekend can bring in a month's worth of revenue.
Money From New Infrastructure Bill Could Help Floyd Hill IssueA new bill would collect $5.3 billon over 10 years, the money would then be used to fix roads and help fund public transportation projects.
Could Recent Supreme Court Decision Affect Colorado Adoptions?The Supreme Court sided with a Catholic foster care, now some wonder how that may affect Colorado.
Future Leaders Winner Learning Aerospace In Civil Air PatrolThe Future Leaders winner for June is Amber Ganger, a rising sophomore Prospect Ridge Academy. She also volunteers with the Civil Air Patrol.
Series Of COVID Vaccine Clinics Planned To Commemorate JuneteenthThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is hosting a special series of COVID-19 vaccine clinics to commemorate Juneteenth.
Students Help Denver Police Tackle Growing Catalytic Converter Theft ProblemDenver Police are enlisting the help of automotive repair students to try and lower the theft of catalytic converters.
Colorado Health Officials Raise Concerns About COVID Delta VariantThere's a reason you have to get a flu shot every year. It's because influenza is a virus and viruses have a tendency to change over time.
Lifeguard Shortage Impacts Pools Across Colorado After Year Of COVID RestrictionsCommunity pools across Colorado reduced hours and announced closures at the start of the 2021 season because of a national shortage in trained lifeguards.
Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District Sees Increase In Foot TrafficColorado is continuing its comeback, and Cherry Creek North is the latest area in the Denver metro seeing positive changes.
Return To The Stage: DCPA Theatre Company Announces State Tour Of 'Wild Fire'In the first live performances since the start of COVID-19, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts Theatre Company is returning to the stage.
Young Girl Hospitalized For Dehydration After Long Delays On Southwest Airlines FlightPassengers nationwide are trying to rebook after technical issues at Southwest Airlines halted travel plans.
FAA Orders Nationwide Ground Stoppage For Southwest AirlinesComputer problems are leading to more problems on Tuesday for Southwest Airlines at Denver International Airport and other airports around the country.
Jury Finds Devon Erickson Guilty Of Murder In STEM School Shooting TrialA Douglas County jury reached a verdict in the murder trial for Devon Erickson on Tuesday.
Dozens Of Flights Delayed Or Canceled At DIA After Southwest Airlines Computer FailureMore than a dozen Southwest Airlines flights at Denver International Airport were delayed on Tuesday morning and 10 were canceled.
CU Boulder Researchers Study 48 School Shootings & What We Can Learn From ThemIt seems Colorado has been part of the national discussion about school violence ever since the shooting at Columbine High School 22 years ago.
Colorado Art's Community Working Hard To Recover From The PandemicToday Governor Polis signed two bills to help with recovery efforts for the art's community.
Xcel Energy Preparing For Potential Power Problems Due To Heat WaveWith record temperatures for the coming week Xcel Energy is preparing crews for potential power problems due to heat.
Closing Arguments In Devon Erickson STEM School Shooting Murder TrialThe trial for STEM School shooting suspect Devon Erickson has moved into closing arguments. The jury received instructions on Monday morning which was followed by closing arguments.
'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Returns To Ed Sullivan Theater With Fully Vaccinated Audience Monday NightThe Late Show with Stephen Colbert announced it will return to The Ed Sullivan Theater Monday, June 14 with a full, vaccinated audience.
MLB Shares More Plans For All-Star Game WeekThere will be events at the convention center that fans can attend for free.