A lawyer for a Danish man charged with arson for starting a Colorado wildfire that destroyed over 100 homes in the southern part of the state in 2018 urged a judge on Thursday to dismiss the case against him because doctors have found him unable to stand trial three times due to his mental health.
Check Out The Winning Entries In The Iconic Colorado Driver's License ContestThe winners in the Iconic Colorado driver license contest were announced on Monday afternoon. The front of the license will feature Mount Sneffels and the back will feature Sprague Lake.
Neighbors Of Axton Ranch Upset With Decision To Open Land Up To The PublicAxton Ranch could soon be a new Denver mountain park.
Technical Difficulties Push Rocky Mountain National Park Online Camping Reservations To Next WeekReservation requests for summer wilderness camping permits at Rocky Mountain National Park will now open next week. The system was supposed to open Monday, March 1 but technical difficulties have pushed that back to next Monday.
Lawmakers Take Up Bill To Possible Skip This Year's CMAS TestsState lawmakers spent time on Monday talking about a bill that would suspend standardized tests because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some parents want them canceled this year as they were in 2020.
Nearly 1.4 Million Doses Of The COVID Vaccine Have Benn Given Out In ColoradoMore than 16% of Coloradoans have gotten at least one shot of the vaccine.
Funding From COVID Groups To Help 8 Colorado FoundationsTwo groups are coming together to give $3 million to eight foundations in Colorado as an effort to support COVID-19 vaccine access to communities of color.
Denver Public Schools Foundation Partners With Denver Broncos To Bridge Technology Gap For FamiliesThe Denver Public Schools Foundation has partnered with the Denver Broncos to help bridge the technology gap for families.
10-Foot-High Fence Surrounds Fallen Officers Memorial Outside Denver Police HeadquartersThe Denver Police Department has installed a 10-foot-tall fence around the fallen officers memorial.
Denver's New Partnership To Offer Alternative Response To Homeless CampsA new partnership in Denver hopes to provide a better alternative response to homeless encampments.
Colorado Consumer Advocates Share Top Complaints In 2020Complaints for consumer fraud were up 50% in 2020, says CoPIRG. The consumer advocacy group joined Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser to share the top complaints from Coloradans.
Registration Open For Snowshoe For The Cure Race In FriscoThe Town of Frisco and the Frisco Nordic Center are working together to support the Susan G. Komen Snowshoe for the Cure.
'Game-Changing': NASA Funds CU Project To Build An Observatory On The MoonThe University of Colorado is partnering up a lab in Houston to build a radio astronomy observatory to land on the surface of the moon. The project's study was recently funded by NASA.
Applications Open Today For Hunting & Fishing LicenseOnline applications opened today for Colorado Parks and Wildlife big game and fishing license.
Police Find Stolen Truck Left Running At Chase Bank, Tow Strap Around ATM Toppled On SidePolice in Colorado Springs are searching for a would-be ATM theft suspect. Officers rushed to the Chase bank at Interquest Marketplace early Monday morning.
Overland High Principal Aleshia Armour Passed Away Over The WeekendThe Overland High School community is in mourning after the death of Principal Aleshia Armour over the weekend. Armour passed away due to natural causes.
1st Degree Murder Charges Filed Against Neshan Johnson, Juvenile Suspect In Shooting Death Of Pamela CabrialesDenver District Attorney Beth McCann has charged a 14-year-old juvenile and Neshan Johnson, 18, with the murder of Pamela Cabriales.
COVIDCheck Colorado Urges Additional Testing After Delays Blamed On Severe WeatherThose who took a COVID-19 test over the past couple of weeks may want to take another one.
Serena Ahmad Accused Of Killing Unwanted Guest At Westminster HomeAhmad is being held at the Adams County Detention Facility on suspicion of second-degree murder.
More Women Than Men Left Colorado Workforce Due To COVIDMore than 20,000 mothers in Colorado left the workforce since the pandemic began and haven't returned.
Estes Park Elementary School Students Speak With Astronaut Aboard ISSOn Feb. 26, students from Estes Park Elementary School spoke with astronaut Dr. Shannon Walker by using a ham radio.
Denver Parents, Students Rally To Opt Out Of CMAS TestingDenver parents and students gathered at Manual High School on Sunday afternoon to socially-distant rally against state standardized testing, also known as CMAS testing.
Telluride Film Festival Aims For In-Person Event This SeptemberTelluride Film Festival organizers announced dates for this year's event. In fact, they also added a day.
Generous Tipper: Broomfield Restaurant Employees See $5,000+ In TipsA restaurant in Broomfield and its employees got a massive surprise Friday night.
Mountain Lions Thwart Planned Relocation Of Bighorn Sheep"Wild animals are so unpredictable," bemoaned CPW in a Twitter message Friday.