Pre-Teen Pays It Forward With Backpack GiveawayFor the past three years, a 12-year-old in Denver has organized a "Backpack Bonanza" to give school supplies to needy students.
Bear Roams Around Winter Park Shopping AreaA bear in Winter Park was caught on video taking a stroll through some shops.
Llamas Haul Gear To Aid Station At Highest Point Of Leadville Trail 100 RunVolunteers and 28 llamas haul 3,000 pounds of gear and food to the Hope Pass Aid Station at an elevation of 12,500 feet.
Realtor Takes Fight Over Short-Term Rental To Denver CourtOne homeowner is fighting back and taking her case to court.
Colorado's Aerospace Industry Soon To Be Taken To New HeightsTwo Colorado companies are coming together to help further space exploration.
Man Records Trip As The Only Passenger On Flight From Aspen To Salt Lake CityVincent Peone had the entire plane to himself from Aspen to Salt Lake City.
Activists Push To Reinstate Longmont's Fracking BanActivists are trying to reinstate Longmont's ban on hydraulic fracturing now that a new state law gives local governments more authority over the oil and gas industry.
Cadet Program Is 'The Golden Ticket' For Young College StudentsDenver is home to an invaluable program for high school graduates hoping to get into public service.
Trash & Power Pole Catch Fire On ColfaxBlack smoke could be seen rising over downtown Denver on Wednesday at around noon.
Beth Skelley Killed From Tree Fall Near TellurideThe incident occurred late Monday just under Grizzly Peak, northwest of Engineer Mountain.
Beth Skelley Of Lafayette Dies When Tree Falls On Her Tent On Colorado TrailAuthorities say a tree fell on a tent in a backcountry area of southwest Colorado, killing a 56-year-old woman. Katie Johnston reports.
Demonstrators Protest Shooting Of De'Von BaileyDe'Von Bailey was fatally shot by police.
Frederick Works To Get Rid Of Storage ContainersThe motion is having a ripple effect on businesses.
Colorado Deputies Compete in World Police And Fire Games In ChinaColorado Deputies are competing in the World Police and Fire Games in China.
Voodoo Doughnut Broadway Helps Out Local OrganizationsThe shop will be donating proceeds to a differeng charity each Tuesday this month.
Mission Ballroom 'Sweeps' Scalpers To Keep Shows AffordableThe Mission Ballroom, is battling back against scalpers, hoping to create greater opportunity for affordable shows.
Activist Group Turns In Petitions To Stop Geese Culling"Canada Geese Protection Colorado" delivered the petitions to Mayor Michael Hancock's office.
New Classroom Focuses On Technical Skills For WorkforceThe Lincoln Tech campus teamed up with Johnson Controls.
Denver Public Schools Tests Air Quality Sensors At 10 SchoolsAdministrators, parents and students can use the data to make better health decisions.
'Stop The Bleed' Kits Distributed To ClassroomsThe teachers in Littleton were trained to use the life-saving devices.
De'Von Bailey's Family Demands Independent Investigation Into Police ShootingThe teen was shot and killed by Colorado Springs police.
Suspected Gunman Elliott McDuffie Arrested In Deadly ShootingPolice say McDuffie and his victims were neighbors.
Missing Teen: Police Release Age Progression Photo Of LaShaya StineLashaya Stine was 16 years old when she disappeared from Aurora in 2016. Now police are hoping an age progression photo that shows what she might look like now could help bring her home. Katie Johnston reports.
Joan Cabarrus Creates Works Of Art That Help Pet Owners HealSelf-taught Colorado sculptor Joan Cabarrus specializes in lifelike sculptures for pet lovers of all kinds.