4 Fun Things To Do This Weekend In ColoradoFrom a pop-up bar featuring building blocks to 4-H projects on display, here are 4 fun things to do this weekend.
Colorado Court Rejects Convicted Murderer's AppealThe Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled that letting a jury see video of the defendant in prison clothes does not violate the defendant's constitutional rights. Katie Johnston reports.
Wildlife Officials Search For Bear That Chased Hiker's DogWildlife officials are looking for a bear that showed no fear toward a hiker and chased one of his dogs on a Colorado Springs trail. Katie Johnston reports.
'A Mile In My Shoes': Pop Up Empathy Museum Opens On Denver's 16th Street MallThe exhibition features 30 pairs of shoes along with audio recordings from the shoes’ owners that people can listen to and experience while they walk downtown.
Peeping Tom Suspect Now Also Charged With Sexual AssaultA man suspected in a series of window peeping incidents near Colorado State University is now also charged with sexual assault that has been unsolved since last year. Katie Johnston reports.
Central 70 Project Construction Noise Will Continue At Night In Elyria-Swansea NeighborhoodPeople living along the Central 70 project, in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood, will need to prepare for at least another year of construction that will take place overnight and in the early hours of the morning.
Clement Park Gets Specialized Playground For Kids Of All AbilitiesA new playground is giving kids of all ages and abilities the chance to play together at Clement Park in Jefferson County. That includes those with autism, sensory processing disorder, spina bifida, and other disabilities.
Trailblaze Challenge: Mother Of Cancer Patient To Do 23.7 HikeLaura Sofolo will hike the Trailblaze Challenge for Make A Wish Colorado because she knows how much it means after her daughter was diagnosed with a rare cancer.
Denver Holding Community Meeting About I-70 Construction Noise At NightThe main contractor of the Central 70 project has asked to extend its authorization to exceed nighttime noise limits over the next few years.
CDOT Launches Social Media Campaign About Teen Driving LawsTeenagers will find videos about Colorado's Graduated Drivers License (GDL) law on Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook.
Douglas County Students Return To School 3 Months After STEM ShootingStudents At STEM School Highlands Ranch return to school on Wednesday.
Lakewood Police Arrest 1 Suspect In StandoffThe suspect is believed to have triggered the alarm at EZ Pawn on West Colfax.
A Bear Destroyed A Car In Snowmass VillageThe bear got inside the car and couldn't get out!
Plans To Improve Colfax Avenue Up For DebateThe next community meeting on the plan for improved bus routes, affordable housing is set for Aug. 22.
Dozens Of Protesters Gather Outside Aurora ICE Detention FacilityA group gathered to protest outside the GEO Group center in Aurora Monday night.
Global Down Syndrome CEO Behind New FilmThe screening for "Peanut Butter Falcon" was in Denver.
Dumb Friends League Celebrates Grand OpeningThe Quebec Street shelter will be renamed the Leslie A. Malone Center.
Coors Field, Broncos Stadium at Mile High Preparing For Big ConcertsBilly Joel will play at Coors Field on Thursday, Rolling Stones at Mile High on Saturday.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Working To Save Fish On Pikes PeakFish are being removed from Crystal Creek Reservoir during maintenance.
Denver City Council To Discuss Tom's DinerThe council could save it from destruction by designating it a protected landmark.
Bird Bothers Fawn Trying To RestThe fawn was trying to take a break but the bird wouldn't let him!
Dumb Friends League Quebec Street Shelter Reveals New Look, NameThe Leslie Malone Center will be dedicated after 2-years.
Colorado Communities Join National Night Out TuesdayThe idea is to bring neighbors together to celebrate community, safety.
Tuesday Is The First Day Of School For Aurora Public SchoolsDouglas County Schools begin next week and Denver Public Schools start Aug. 19.