$2,000 Reward Offered In Case Of Vehicles Vandalized With Racial Slurs & SwastikasMetro Denver Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to the arrest in several vandalisms.
New Law Aims To Lure Physicians Assistants, Nurse Practitioners Who Specialize In Geriatrics To Come To ColoradoColorado has the second fastest-growing population of older adults in the country. However, the number of geriatric doctors is not keeping pace.
Mental Health Wellness Exams Signed Into Law In ColoradoInsurers must now cover mental wellness exams in Colorado like they would a routine physical.
Interstate 25 Closures Begin Tuesday Night Near MonumentDrivers traveling along Interstate 25 should budget for additional travel time between Denver and Colorado Springs.
Colorado Education Leaders Want To Be Proactive For Fall SemesterBefore students return to the classroom as early as next month, schools will need to prepare for a growing need to keep COVID-19 under control.
DA: Denver Police Officer Was Legally Justified In Shooting Of Raul Rosas-Zarsosa In MayDenver’s district attorney released a report stating that the officer-involved shooting of a 52-year-old on Federal Boulevard in the spring was legally justified.
Car Theft Caught On Camera While Owner Watched, Tried To Stop The ThiefVideo from a doorbell camera shows a man jogging down an Arvada street right before he stole a car while the owner watched.
E. coli Shuts Down Swim Beach At Chatfield State ParkThe swim beach at Chatfield State Park has been closed due to the presence of E. coli.
Big Heat Returning To ColoradoWatch Lauren Whitney’s forecast
Ducklings Reunited With Mom After Brief Storm Drain AdventureA brood of ducklings gave some South Metro firefighters a little run for their money on Tuesday.
Fish Living In Drained Pond Find New Home In Nearby Pond Full Of WaterBuckets of fish were moved from a pond that had been drained to a nearby pond that was full of water.
Some Animals At The Denver Zoo Vaccinated Against COVIDThe Denver Zoo plans to start vaccinating some of its animals as early as next week.
New Law Provides $4 Million To Purchase 26 Million Diapers Over Next 2 YearsHunger Free Colorado says the need for diapers has surpassed the need for food for many Colorado families.
Colorado Becomes Second State To Cap The Price Of InsulinA new law is aimed at addressing the skyrocketing costs of the life-saving medication for diatbetics.
Alternating Traffic Allowed On Highway 40 After Semi Crashes West Of Hot Sulphur SpringsA semi rollover closed CO 40 west of Hot Sulphur Springs in Byers Canyon on Tuesday.
1 Dead After Drive-By Shooting In Adams County On Pecos StreetA man is dead after he was shot in the chest in a drive-by shooting in Adams County.
Highway 125 Reopens After Mudslide In East Troublesome Fire Burn ScarA stretch of Highway 125 reopened after a mudslide that happened on Monday closed the highway overnight.
Fire Causes Significant Damage To Playground In WindsorThe Village East Park playground was burned in the middle of the afternoon on Monday.
Juvenile Found Dead In Manitou SpringsThe El Paso County Sheriff’s Office responded to Maggie’s Farm in Manitou Springs for a child death investigation on Tuesday.
Tuesday July 6th CBSN Denver Daily Sports LineMichael Spencer gives you his best bets for tonight’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals, and takes a look at some of the series prices and odds for NBA Finals MVP.
Windsor Playground Set On Fire, Police Search For WitnessesPolice in Windsor are hoping that witnesses come forward after a playground was set on fire. Katie Johnston reports.
Juvenile Found Dead In Manitou SpringsThe El Paso County Sheriff’s Office responded to Maggie’s Farm in Manitou Springs for a child death investigation.
Jepsy Kallungi’s Body Still Missing After 3-Day Search In A Remote Part Of Teller CountyCrews conducted an extensive search for Jepsy Kallungi that began last week in a remote part of Teller County with no results.
Boulder County Sheriff’s Office Begins Using New Standards For InmatesThe sheriff’s office has changed its standards throughout the pandemic to keep the jail population down.