A Denver Police officer has been fired after an investigation ruled he made no attempts to "render aid” to a gunshot victim, who ultimately died from his injuries.
Smoke And Wind Damage Assessments Underway For Homes Still Standing After Marshall FireOn Sunday, volunteers began going door to door in Louisville, Superior, and other parts of Boulder County to assess how much smoke and wind damage was done to properties not destroyed by the Marshall Fire.
Aurora High School Students Use 'I Have A Dream' Speech To Share Their Own Hopes For The FutureStudents at Empower Community High School in Aurora held a virtual youth summit about their hopes and dreams, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Eagle County Drops Indoor Mask Mandate Almost A Month After Reinstating ItStarting Monday, Eagle County will no longer require masks be worn inside to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Mask requirements for schools will stay in effect until Friday, but then are also set to expire.
Boulder's Dairy Arts Center Hosting Once-In-A-Lifetime Exhibit Of Photos From The Civil Rights MovementIf you are looking for a good place to learn about history and the struggle for civil rights, the Dairy Art Center in Boulder has a temporary photo exhibit that you might want to check out.
Tattoo Artists From Across Colorado Raise Funds For Victims Of Deadly Shooting SpreeOn Sunday, tattoo shops in Colorado joined a fundraising effort to raise money for the families of the five victims killed on Dec. 27th in a shooting spree from Denver to Lakewood.
Following Meeting With 'Little Progress', King Soopers Strike Enters Fifth DaySeveral local organizations are standing in solidarity with those on the picket lines.
Lines At Grocery Give Away In Boulder County Highlights Need Following The Marshall FireThe Boulder County community is still trying to pick up the pieces after the historic Marshall fire. Boulder County residents who had their lives turned upside down, had a chance Saturday morning to pick up some essentials free of charge.
Denver Public Schools Teachers, Parents Consider Pros And Cons Of Remote Learning During Staff ShortagesThere are many different opinions on whether the Denver Public Schools district should move back to remote learning because of the high number of COVID-19 cases surging around the state.
Something In The Air: Marshall Fire’s Other ThreatBoulder County Public Health is warning people about the potential dangers that remain from poor air quality and toxins after the Marshall Fire.
Marshall Fire Has Homeowners Reconsidering Policy CoverageThe Marshall Fire has homeowners across Colorado reconsidering policy coverage, and not just in Boulder County.
'We're Learning From Their Pain': Front Range Homeowners Examine Insurance Following Marshall FireLike Coloradans across the state, Denver resident Sara Henry watched the flames of the Marshall Fire tear through Boulder County subdivisions.
Following Rollercoaster Of A Week, What’s Next For Adams 14 Schools?In one week, the Adams 14 School Board voted to fire its private management company over allegations of misuse of taxpayer money and the State School Board voted to conduct an independent review of Adams 14.
Scientists With NOAA Are Testing The Air Quality After The Marshal FireAfter the devastating Marshal fire scientists are now testing the air quality of the burn area and neighboring areas.
Supply Scarce, Demand High For At-Home Rapid COVID TestsA lot of people are searching for at-home rapid COVID-19 tests as wait times for PCR tests top one hour in the Denver metro area and sometimes results are delayed for days due to the increased demand.
Neighboring Business Feeling The Pinch As King Soopers Strike Drags OnNegotiations are back on between King Soopers and the union representing striking workers.
King Soopers & Union Are Set To Head Back To The Bargaining TableFriday marks day 3 of workers striking at 78 King Soopers locations.
Supreme Court Blocks Biden’s COVID Vaccine Mandate For Large BusinessesThe Supreme Court voted 6-3 to block President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for large, private businesses.
Body Cam Video Shows Boulder County Deputies Urgently Working To Evacuate Residents Ahead Of Marshall FireThe Boulder County Sheriff Thursday night released a series of body camera videos from the evacuation from the Marshall Fire.
Colorado Congressional Leaders Call For Department Of Justice Investigation Into Law Enforcement Handling Of Shooting SpreeAs family and friends mourn the loss of their loved ones to a deadly shooting spree that spanned from Denver to Lakewood on Dec. 27, questions about the gunman are mounting.
Centura-Avista Adventist Hospital Staff Prepare To Reopen After Evacuating During The Marshall FireJust weeks after the Centura-Avista Adventist Hospital came within feet of possibly catching fire during the Marshall Fire, staff are hard at work to prepare the facility to reopen to patients.
'Horrifying Trend': Gov. Jared Polis Calls For Bold Action To Help Young Coloradans Struggling With Mental Health IssuesIn his annual State of the State Address, Gov. Jared Polis addressed what he called a "horrifying trend" -- a spike in mental health issues among young people in Colorado during the pandemic.
Steamboat Ski Resort Continues Expansion, UpgradesSteamboat Ski Resort is in its second year of major upgrades to its base area and adding new terrain.
Federal Correctional Institution Employees In Englewood Concerned About COVIDFederal Correctional Institution employees in Englewood are concerned about COVID-19 amid lack of screening.
Union Says It's Willing To Meet King Soopers At Bargaining Table On FridayUnion representatives say they are prepared to meet King Soopers at the bargaining table on Friday morning.