Colorado family finds justice in conviction of Rita Gutierrez-Garcia’s killerThe family of Rita Gutierrez-Garcia, last seen more than four years ago, faced her killer in court on Friday afternoon.
Twist On Night Moves program in Denver hopes to reduce summer violence among youthOn the first Friday of summer vacation for many Denver students, leaders are taking a revamped approach to help reduce youth violence in the city.
Glenwood Springs Donut Shop ranks in top 10 nationwideYelp ranked Sweet Coloradough in Glenwood Springs at number 7.
Americans can test levels of toxic ‘forever chemicals’ in their blood at homeAlmost all Americans, according to the CDC 97%, have some level of “forever chemicals” in their blood because they are found in many household products. Now, Arvada scientists make it easier for you to test your levels at home.
Republican Senate candidates shoot each other over their abortion stancesColorado’s Republican senatorial candidates laid out different positions on abortion rights at the Western Conservative Summit.
Lakewood Police: Orange truck driver shoots man behind 7-Eleven in ColfaxA man was shot multiple times behind a 7-Eleven in Lakewood following an argument with a driver in an orange truck.
Aurora councilwoman plans million dollar lawsuit against Arapahoe County Social ServicesAurora City Councilwoman Danielle Jurinsky filed a $1 million Notice of Claim on Friday, telling Arapahoe County Social Services that she intended to file a formal complaint against the agency for the conduct of one of their social workers, Robin Niceta.
Troublesome blaze in the East determined to be man-made, investigators sayNew information released on June 3, 2022 indicates that the Troublesome East Fire of 2020 was caused by at least one human. USDA Forest Service investigators say they found evidence at the point of origin of the fire.
‘There’s a lot of grief’: Yoga helps people with traumatic brain injuryYoga on the Rocks returns to Red Rocks Amphitheater on Saturday, June 3, 2022. River Yoga will host the first four weeks and will donate $1 from every ticket sold to a non-profit organization called Love Your Brain.
Road To Mount Evans could reopen next week after end-of-season snowAs summer draws closer and closer, many want to experience the splendor of Colorado at 14,000 feet above sea level.
Flu symptoms could be worse than COVID symptoms right now in ColoradoFor the first time in decades, Colorado residents have seen a dramatic increase in COVID-19 cases in the spring, surpassing the number of infections during the standard mid-winter flu season.
A warmer weekend is heading our wayWatch Lauren Whitney’s predictions
Investigation underway into coal slide at factory that killed 2 people in PuebloThe investigation into a landslide that killed two workers at a coal-fired power plant in Pueblo on Thursday is ongoing.
Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette’s legislation to ban high-capacity gun magazines moves forwardColorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette helped introduce legislation prohibiting the sale, manufacture, transfer, or possession of high-capacity firearm magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition.
Crews battle a fire in an abandoned building on Arapahoe Street in the Denver Ballpark neighborhoodFirefighters were out early Friday to respond to a blaze at an abandoned building in the Denver Ballpark District.
Juan Figueroa Jr. pleads guilty to the murder of Rita Gutierrez-Garcia, more than 4 years after her disappearanceThe family of Rita Gutierrez-Garcia, last seen more than four years ago, faced her killer in court on Friday afternoon.
Fathers who lost children in mass shootings discuss what will happen nextIn the wake of another school shooting tragedy, fathers who lost children in mass shootings in Colorado talk about the future of gun safety.
The Prime Minister of Canada will be in Colorado Springs to visit the NORAD headquartersThe visit will take place on Tuesday, June 7.
US Attorney’s Office Resolves Colorado Discrimination Claim Over TattooThe complaint concerned a person living with HIV who had been refused services at a tattoo shop.
Ball Arena Hosts Colorado Avalanche Watch Parties for Games 3 & 4 in EdmontonThe Colorado Avalanche head to Edmonton, Alta., after finishing Game 1 of the Western Conference Final 2-0 at home.
Can you guess the weight of ‘Omo’ the baby hippo at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo?Omo, the baby hippo at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, isn’t so small anymore. He’s close to tipping the scales at 500 pounds.
Severe weather possible across Colorado’s eastern plains Friday afternoonWatch Callie Zanandrie’s predictions.
Juan Figueroa Jr. to plead guilty to the murder of Rita Gutierrez-Garcia, more than 4 years after her disappearanceThe family of Rita Gutierrez-Garcia, last seen more than four years ago, will face her killer in court on Friday afternoon.
Trail Ridge Road reopens, rock removal continues with reduced trafficTrail Ridge Road reopened in Rocky Mountain National Park Friday morning, a day after it closed due to snow and a large boulder that fell on the road.