Don't Miss The 2021 Walk for WishesLace-up your shoes and help provide wishes to Colorado children battling critical illnesses.
Don't Miss The 2021 Carousel BallEnjoy an evening to benefit the Children’s Diabetes Foundation and the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes.
Don't Miss Energy DayThis event is Colorado’s first free family festival showcasing exhibits focused on STEM.
3D-Printed Lamborghini Built By Colorado Family Is On Display At The Denver Auto ShowIt's not all that often that a car story will tug at your heartstrings, but this one will.
Bustang Resuming Route Between Colorado Springs & Tech CenterBustang service between Colorado Springs and the tech center is restarting for the first time since the pandemic started.
Naming Board Approves Changing Name Of Squaw Mountain In Colorado’s Foothills To Mestaa’ėhehe MountainThe Colorado Geographic Naming Advisory Board voted unanimously on Thursday to get rid of the offensive name of a mountain in Clear Creek County and instead honor a Cheyenne woman named Mestaa’ėhehe.
Redistricting Committee Has Released Second Draft Of Congressional Redistricting MapThe final map needs to be submitted to state supreme court by September 28th.
Colorado Band The Lumineers Plays First Concert In 552 (!!) DaysThe Colorado-based band The Lumineers played a live show for the first time in 552 days this week. Katie Johnston reports.
Rare Leucistic Squirrel Spotted In Staunton State ParkAn Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer at Staunton State Park discovered a rare sight. Katie Johnston reports.
Trevor George Faces Jury Trial After Pleading Not Guilty To Windsor MurderThe man who allegedly shot a babysitter and strangled a child near a pumpkin patch in 2020 pleaded not guilty to multiple charges on Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Investigation: Most Sexual Assault Allegations Against Tay Anderson 'Unsubstantiated'A report on Denver Public Schools' investigation into allegations against Denver School Board Director Tay Anderson were revealed at around 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 15.
Gov. Jared Polis And First Gentleman Marlon Reis Are NewlywedsThe two were wed in a traditional Jewish ceremony in Boulder on Wednesday.
Colorado-Based Crocs Announces Bio-Friendly ShoesColorado's famous shoe company, Crocs, has found a way to go eco-friendly.
It's Women Build Week At Habitat For Humanity Of Metro DenverWomen are taking over the job sites at Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver this week. The crews are hard at work building more affordable housing.
Elevating Latino Voices: Spanish Language Radio Station Introduced In Eagle County"El Puente" hopes to be the voice and ears of the Latin population in Eagle County.
Some Conventions & Meetings In Denver Having To Cancel Because Of Delta VariantMayor Michael Hancock says tourism in 2022 will still not get back to what we saw in 2019.
COVID In Colorado: Unvaccinated Greatly Outnumber Vaccinated Amid HospitalizationsThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is optimistic the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 is hitting a plateau. That takes into account that 85% of all ICU beds in the state are being used.
Linda Alvarado Kicks Off New Speaker Series With History ColoradoHistory Colorado starts a new speaker series featuring trailblazers, visionaries, and history-makers on Wednesday. Bold Women. Change History. continues over the next seven months.
Sheridan Officer Shawn Ralph Charged With Assault For Alleged Chokehold UseA 50-year-old police officer with the City of Sheridan, Shawn Ralph, has been charged with felony second degree assault after he allegedly choked a shoplifting suspect who he said spit in his eye.
Governor Polis Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month With A StatementSeptember 15th marks the first day of Hispanic Heritage month.
Centennial Lands In The Top 10 Of 'Best Place To Live' In The Country, According To Money MagazineTwo Colorado communities landed on Money magazine's list of the Best 50 Places To Live In 2021.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Discusses Safe Camping Site That Offers Mental Health CareAurora Mayor Mike Coffman is discussing the benefits of the Salvation Army homeless camp after his camping ban failed to pass city council.
VIDEO: Buck Freed After Getting Tangled In Lakewood HammockA Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer had to cut off a deer's antlers to free it from a hammock in Lakewood. The buck hopped over a fence from a greenbelt behind the home.
Sheridan Officer Shawn Ralph Charged With Assault For Alleged Chokehold UseA 50-year-old police officer with the City of Sheridan, Shawn Ralph, has been charged with felony second degree assault after he allegedly choked a shoplifting suspect who he said spit in his eye. Katie Johnston reports.

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