Man Exposes Himself To Girl On Trail In BoulderThe indecent exposure happend near the south campus of CU Boulder.
Alabama Governor Signs Near-Total Abortion Ban Into LawGov. Kay Ivey signed the bill on Wednesday evening.
Thad Bingham, Wildlife Biologist, Pleads Guilty To Selling Bobcat PeltsA U.S. Fish and Wildlife biologist has pleaded guilty in a yearslong criminal enterprise of hunting, skinning and selling dozens of Colorado bobcat pelts. Matt Yurus reports.
New Grizzly Bear Exhibit Opens At Denver ZooThe grizzly bear exhibit Harmony Hill is open to the public.
Aurora Police Find Body In CarThe death is being investigated as a homicide.
School Shooting Suspects Appear In CourtDevon Erickson, Alec McKinney were formally charged in court.
Prison Gang Member Accused Of Trying To Hire Hit On Weld County DABillie Allen is facing solicitation of first-degree murder charges.
State Capitol Vandal Sentenced To ProbationElias Dominguez vandalized the state Capitol in January.
Tiny Home Village Moves From RiNo To GlobevilleThe village must be relocated by Wednesday.
Teen Driver Killed In Crash With PoleThe deadly crash happened in Jefferson County.
Colorado Ranks No. 9 In The U.S. For Highest Drug Use, Study FindsA study ranking the states by highest drug use put Colorado in the top 10. Ken Molestina reports.
Sobesky Academy’s ‘Adventure Day’: Program Helps Children With Emotional DisabilitiesA school is Jefferson County provides a differentiated learning environment, and for one day, that school turned into an adventure park for students.
'Stamp Out Hunger' Food Drive Set For SaturdayLetter carriers will ask people to donate non-perishable food on May 11.
Colorado School Shooting At STEM School Highlands RanchMultiple students have been hurt in a shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch Tuesday afternoon and police are actively trying to identify and locate the shooter. Two people are in custody but a search continues for possible suspects.
Avalanche Crushes Trees, Vegetation On Conundrum TrailThe trail leads to a natural hot spring near Aspen.
Betsy DeVos: Teachers Should Protest On 'Adult Time'Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Monday that teachers are walking off the job too often and that protests about pay and school conditions should be done on "adult time" so students aren't hurt. Gilma Avalos reports.
Missing Endangered Child: 12-Year-Old Girl Last Seen Monday Morning In PuebloPueblo police are looking for a 12-year-old girl who has been missing for more than 24 hours. Kathryn 'Katy' McWilliams was last seen walking in the 2800 Block of Baltimore Street around 8:30 a.m on Monday. She never arrived at school. Gilma Avalos reports.
DeBeque Canyon Closed Through I-70 Due To RockfallEastbound I-70 will be closed until at least Tuesday.
2 Inmates At Youth Facility Escape Using SheetsThe young men got out of a 2nd floor window with the sheets.
Denver Police Have New Plan For Bias-Motivated CrimesThe plan includes a specific dedicated team to address those crimes.
‘Film On The Rocks’ Announces Full 2019 Schedule‘Film on the Rocks’ is back for its 19th season at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this summer and the Denver Film Society has released the full schedule for 2019. Ken Molestina reports.
Stabbing Death Of Longmont Woman Makayla Grote: Aiden von Grabow GuiltyAiden von Grabow, a teenager, has pleaded guilty to murder as an adult in the death of a Longmont woman in 2017.
Firefighters Get Ready To Compete For Spot In The 2020 CalendarEvery year one of the biggest fundraisers involving Colorado firefighters is the sale of a calendar that shows off first responders.
Study: Chemical In Human Sweat Sticks To Indoor Walls At 'Surprisingly High Rates'Lactic acid, the main chemical in human sweat, evaporates from the skin and sticks to walls at "surprisingly high rates," according to a team of University of Colorado Boulder researchers. Matt Yurus reports.