Dozens of law enforcement officers responded to a SWAT situation in Commerce City on Monday night.
Prosecutor: Michael Ninomiya Confessed To Trying To Kill His Son, Then Tried To Cover It UpAccording to the arrest affidavit; that day Michael Ninomiya took his son on an adventure hike when the tragedy unfolded.
State Lawmakers Target Predatory Towing In New SessionTwo state representatives are hoping their new, proposed bill, will put the brakes on Colorado towing companies.
Patrick Gallagher Charged With Attempted Murder In Shooting Of Teenager Allegedly Breaking Into His TruckA 39-year-old Longmont man was arrested Tuesday night after police officers discovered a 13-year-old boy had suffered wounds from the man's alleged shotgun blast.
'Health Crisis': State Lawmakers Consider Ban On Flavored Tobacco ProductsAfter nearly becoming law in Denver, a proposed ban on flavored tobacco products is now being considered as a statewide law.
King Soopers Reaches Tentative Agreement With Union To End StrikeBoth King Soopers and UFCW Local 7, the union representing King Soopers workers, confirmed Friday morning both parties reached a tentative 3-year agreement to settle the recent dispute. In the press release issued by the union, it said the strike will end immediately, and workers can return to work as soon as during the day.
Some Students Return To CU Campus As In-Person Learning Gets Set To Start AgainThe in-person learning was delayed due to the Marshall Fire and to COVID.
King Soopers Reaches Tentative Agreement With Union To End StrikeKing Soopers and the union representing workers on strike reached a tentative agreement Friday.
Shoppers Refusing To Shop At King Soopers During The Strike Find Empty Shelves At Other StoresSome shoppers refusing to shop at King Soopers during the strike are finding empty shelves.
Detainees At Aurora ICE Detention Facility Claim COVID Prolongs StaySeveral detainees at the Aurora ICE Detention facility are in limbo right now because they say COVID-19 is prolonging their stays at the facility.
Some Marshall Fire Homeowners Ready For Next StepMany people who lost homes in the <a href="https://denver.cbslocal.com/tag/marshall-fire/">Marshall Fire</a> are eager to start the rebuilding process.
Colorado Attorney General Investigates Complaints Of Price Gouging From Landlords After Marshall FireColorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is investigating price gouging for rental homes after the Marshall Fire.
COVID Testing Lab Under Investigation Received $115 Million In Federal Tax Dollars For Allegedly Unsafe, Unreliable TestsA federal agency and attorneys general in multiple states are investigating alleged fraud of a COVID-19 testing company -The Center for COVID Control - which has three locations in Denver.
Is Omicron On The Decline In Colorado?Samples taken from the South Platte Renew wastewater treatment site and others are used to determine levels of the coronavirus in the population.
Lack Of Clean Water Forces Rapidly-Growing Town To Suddenly Stop Issuing Building PermitsOne of the fastest growing communities in northern Colorado is bringing building permits to a screeching halt following disputes over access to clean water.
Questions Raised In Grand County Horse SeizureMore than a week ago, the Grand County Sheriff's Office removed 144 horses from the Snow Mountain Stables, after complaints the horses were underfed and poorly cared for.
Crooks Make Off With Youth Boxing Program's EquipmentAt the James Reed Memorial Gym in Denver, the Denver Police Brotherhood Boxing program teaches young people how to box, as well as life skills.
High School Students Stage Walkouts At 2 Denver High Schools Over COVID ConcernsSome students at Thomas Jefferson High School and North High School walked out of school on Thursday morning over concerns about the COVID prevention plan in Denver Public Schools.
Some Denver High School Students Plan Walkouts Over COVID ConcernsSeveral students at Thomas Jefferson and North High schools are expected to walk out on Thursday because many feel largely unsafe with the school district's current covid regulations.
Colorado Lawmakers Working On Plan To Stop Catalytic Converter TheftCatalytic converter theft has been on the rise in the Denver metro area.
Colorado Rancher Loses Two Cows In Two DaysRancher Don Gittleson raises cattle on a wide expanse of land close to the border or Wyoming, and for years he said he has not had issues with wolves. Now he said that has changed.
Wednesdays Storm Brought Slick Streets & Sidewalks To Weld CountyWorkers made sure to put out salt at bus stops to help kids stay safe.
Accident Alert Activated In Some Cities Due To Icy RoadsWednesday's drizzle and freezing temperatures lead to icy roads across Denver metro.
Coloradans Needing Eviction Support Return To Pre-Pandemic LevelsThe number of Coloradans seeking support for evictions is back to pre-pandemic levels. Nearly 1,000 people reached out to Colorado Housing Connects last week alone.
Day 8 Of King Soopers Worker Strike Brings New Restrictions To Where Picketers Can BeA new court order limits the number of stickers allowed on King Soopers property.