Denver's Outdoor Dining Program Could Become PermanentDenver's Mayor Michael Hancock announced the city's intention to make the city's outdoor dining program more permanent.
Federal Judge Sides With Douglas County Schools On Face Mask Requirements LawsuitA federal judge granted a request by the Douglas County School District for a temporary restraining order to block new relaxed mask rules imposed by the county's Board of Health.
Storm System Moving Through Colorado Brings Snow To High Country, Rain To Denver Metro AreaThe storm system moving through Colorado is bringing snow to the high country and rain to the Denver metro area.
Federal Judge Sides With Douglas County Schools On Face Mask Requirements LawsuitA federal judge granted a request by the Douglas County School District for a temporary restraining order to block new relaxed mask rules imposed by the county's Board of Health.
Federal Judge To Decide Fate Of Face Mask Mandate In Douglas CountyA federal judge will decide the face mask mandate in Douglas County.
Denver's Postal Sorting Facility Has New Device To Help Make Shipping Process More EfficientThe Postal Service sorting facility in Denver is getting a new device to help make the shipping process go more smoothly.
New Hotel Licensing Program Aimed At Improving Safety In Wheat RidgeA new licensing program in Wheat Ridge that was unanimously approved by the city council is aimed at improving safety at hotels and motels.
Denver Startup Plans First-Of-Its-Kind Stacked Container HousingWest Colfax Avenue in Denver is changing. It's already a hub for new development, but is also slated to be home to the first-of-its-kind Stackhouse.
Douglas County Schools Is Asking A Judge To Halt New Looser Mask Rules Put In Place By Board Of HealthA ruling is expected on Tuesday.
CDOT Considering Changes To Keep Drivers Safe And Driving Slow On I-70A series of crashes this month have caused closures and major delays across I-70
Investigators Search For 2 People Seen At The Scene Of A Fire That Destroyed A Haunted HouseIt took several hours for firefighters to get the fire under control.
New Training Tool Is Aimed At Giving Colorado Rescuers The Strength They Need To Help People Stuck In The MountainsIt’s been another record year when it comes to call volume for the Summit County Rescue Group, a trend that’s showing no signs of slowing down.
While Youth Violence In Aurora Continues, City Program Implementing Immediate SolutionsIn less than a week, four separate shootings in Aurora have left two teens dead and three others wounded. 
Byers Branch Library In Denver Renamed Due To William Byers' Support Of The Sand Creek MassacreThe Byers Branch of the Denver Public Library has a new namesake. It now honors a leader in Denver Native American community instead.
Police In Denver Join Agencies Across The Nation In Collecting Unwanted Medications On National Prescription Drug Take Back DayAgencies all across Colorado, including the Denver Police Department, King Soopers and UCHealth, hosted a massive effort on Saturday to safely dispose of prescription drugs.
Concessionaires Looking To Fill Thousands Of Open Positions At Denver International AirportRestaurants and stores at Denver International Airport are facing a staffing shortage, so they held a job fair to recruit employees.
Volunteers Work With Forest Service To Restore Trails Damaged By The Cameron Peak FireThe Poudre Wilderness Volunteers, a nonprofit organization which works directly with the National Forest Service, has spent countless hours in 2021 rebuilding and restoring the trails impacted by the Cameron Peak Fire in Larimer County.
Efforts To Contain The Cameron Peak And Future Fires: Forest Managers Explain How Prescribed Burns HelpForests full of readily available fuel across our state create conditions in which wildfires can easily spread.
Watershed Impacts From Cameron Peak Fire Expected To Last For Many YearsScientists and hydrologists say the impact of the largest fire in Colorado history on the Poudre River and Big Thompson River watersheds will last for a decade or more.
Fish Count In Poudre River 1 Year After Destructive Cameron Peak Fire Brings 'Shocking' NewsWildlife officers with Colorado Parks and Wildlife are seeing the detrimental impact the Cameron Peak Fire had on the fish in the Cache la Poudre River.
Businesses Continue To Be Impacted By Cameron Peak Fire More Than A Year LaterFor many businesses across Larimer County that operate in, and along, the Poudre and Big Thompson canyons, the lasting impacts of the Cameron Peak Fire are greater than those of when the fire was actively burning in 2020.
CEO Holds News Conference About Long Lines And Parking Shortages At Denver International AirportDenver International Airport has struggled with job shortages and long TSA security lines as of late.
High Country Rescuers Part Of Pilot Program Of New Training ToolHigh country rescuers are part of pilot training program that helps them to handle the mental tool of rescuing.
A Look At Saint Francis Warren Residences, One Of Denver's Taxpayer-Funded Spots To Help People Transition Off The StreetsFrom the outside the Saint Francis Warren Residences still look like the historic church that has sat on the corner of 14th and Gilpin Street for decades.

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