Girl Scouts Of Colorado Prepare For A Unique Cookie SeasonBeen needing a little spark of joy lately? Girl Scout cookie season is here!
Wind Dies Down Sunday With Winter Surge Days AwayWatch Dave Aguilera’s Forecast
Northglenn Police Arrest Suspect Accused In Deadly Hit-And-RunPolice shut down part of Washington Street near 104th Avenue on Saturday afternoon.
Pedestrian & Denver Police Vehicle Hit In Hit-And-Run InvestigationDenver police say one of their patrol vehicles was hit Saturday near 14th Avenue and Delaware Street.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis Receives First Dose Of VaccineGov. Jared Polis received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday.
Colorado Continues Mass Vaccination Effort On Saturday Near Coors FieldThe state of Colorado and UCHealth opened a mass vaccination event at Coors Field after a trial run last weekend.
Vaccinations To Soon Be Available To Coloradans 65+The system has been challenged by the difficulty many older Coloradans have with online sign-ups or even lack of access.
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Few Warm Days Ahead Before Next Winter BlastMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.
Littleton Police Search For Car Wash Carjacking SuspectLittleton police say a carjacking suspect targeted a woman who was getting her van washed.
Why Wearing One Good-Fitting Mask Is Better Than TwoHealth experts in Colorado say multiple masks aren’t as necessary as a good fitting mask.
Teachers, School Staff Move Up In Colorado’s Vaccine PlanGov. Jared Polis announced that Pre-K thru 12 educators and licensed childcare workers can get vaccinated starting Feb. 8.
Older Coloradans Still Struggling With Getting COVID Vaccine AppointmentsVaccinations for the 70+ group are still far from over, but Gov. Polis said opening it to 65+ will help overlap to get more Coloradans vaccinated.
Colorado Rockies Nolan Arenado Headed To St. Louis CardinalsThe Cardinals have agreed to acquire Nolan Arenado from the Rockies.
Seasonal Closures Of Boulder Open Spaces For Nesting Birds Of Prey Begin Next WeekStarting Feb. 1 through July 31, Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks will close several wildlife areas.
XGames Begin In Aspen Without CrowdsThis year all the events are virtual due to the pandemic.
Documents Reveal Proposed Changes To Group Living Rules Driven By Halfway House IndustryThe proposal would allow five unrelated adults to live together, allow homeless shelters and halfway houses to be in some residential neighborhoods.
Front Range Churches Rally Behind Front Line WorkersCongregations at 28 churches from Pueblo to Fort Collins have raised money to pay for 10,000 meals given to health care workers.
Evidence Shows More People Driving High In ColoradoThe Colorado State Patrol says DUI arrests involving marijuana are up 48% in the past year.
Future Leaders Winner Explores The World Under The OceanSpencer Tanenholtz is a senior who sees he’s future as exploration and conservation of ocean habitats.
Chiropractors, Dentists, Podiatrists Could Help Vaccinate Rural Residents In Weld CountyWeld County hopes to be prepared to roll out rural vaccinations rapidly once vaccine is made available.
Fast Moving Front Bringing In Strong Winds And Snow To Start The WeekendWatch Dave Aguilera’s Forecast
Warning To Those Hiring Movers To Do Your ResearchOne couple had problems when they went through a broker to handle their move.
Sister Of Teen Suspect In Green Valley Ranch Arson Charged With Drug TraffickingA 23-year-old woman who was arrested along with three teen arson suspects is not charged with anything related to the deadly fire.