Recent Articles
  • 2 injured after vehicle drives off Highway 285 in Jefferson County, crashes into ditch 100 feet below

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — Two people were injured in a crash off Highway 285 in the foothills of Jefferson County Saturday. According to West Metro Fire Rescue, the crash occurred about 3 miles west of C-470. A vehicle went off the highway, sliding about 100 feet into a ditch. West Metro’s technical rescue team pulled two people out of the vehicle. Both were injured, with one suffering serious injuries. That person was taken to a hospital via a Flight for […]

  • Body found at waste and recycling facility in Adams County

    ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — Authorities in Adams and Denver counties are conducting a death investigation after a body was found at a waste and recycling facility. The Denver Police Department said Saturday morning that the body was found in the 600 block of West 53rd Place, which is immediately north of Denver city limits. DPD is investigating alongside the Adams County Sheriff’s Office. The body is that of an adult. DPD said it plans to provide additional details. This story […]

  • Watch live: Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    UPDATE: The live steam has ended watch a replay of the parade below. DENVER — The Denver’s St. Patrick’s Day is happening in Lower Downtown Saturday morning. Heralded as the largest St. Patrick’s Day parade west of the Mississippi River, thousands have lined the streets to watch. View a live feed of the parade here:  

  • South Metro firefighters shovel driveway, make soup for elderly couple

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — What began as a call for a potential emergency turned into a selfless act of kindness Friday. Crews from South Metro Fire Rescue’s Firehouse 23 were called to an elderly couple’s home in Centennial for a possible medical emergency. When they arrived, they found the couple did not need a trip to the hospital, but did need some help around the house. Firefighters made the couple chicken noodle soup and shoveled their driveway before their family drove […]

  • Adams County parent upset after 6th-grader drug tested without notification

    THORNTON, Colo. — Adams 12 Five Star Schools is apologizing to a Brighton mother after her 6th-grade daughter was drug tested at school without the mother’s knowledge. Twelve-year-old Alyssa Burk says she was in class at Century Middle School in Thornton last week when administrators walked in. They pulled her out of class asking to talk to her. She agreed and asked if she was in trouble. The administrators told her she was not. “They were saying, ‘You smell like marijuana’,’ […]

  • Adult cow moose relocated after crashing into Breckenridge home

    BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. — An adult cow moose was relocated after crashing into a Breckenridge home Friday morning, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Geneve Nguyen, a guest of the homeowner, was sleeping in a basement bedroom with her young daughter when they were awakened by the sound of an exterior window breaking. “I just see this big figure. There’s lots of noise. I can hear myself screaming,” Nguyen said. The homeowner then called police, believing someone was breaking into the […]

  • Lyft partners with local officials to offer $10 ride credits for St. Patrick’s Day weekend

    DENVER — St. Patrick’s Day is a perennially popular event in Denver. Following Saturday’s parade, revelry can be found throughout the city, particularly in Lower Downtown. Authorities are urging people to be safe while celebrating this weekend. The Colorado Department of Transportation has partnered with AAA, the city of Denver, the Marijuana Industry Group and Lyft to provide free rides. The groups are offering a total of $13,500 in free Lyft rides this weekend. People can sign up by taking […]

  • Crews respond to second-alarm apartment fire in Arapahoe County

    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. — Crews responded to a second-alarm apartment fire in western Arapahoe County Friday afternoon. According to South Metro Fire Rescue, the fire was in the 2100 block of South Trenton Way. The address is in an unincorporated part of the county immediately southeast of Denver city limits. South Metro said it was a second-alarm fire. Shortly after 4:30 p.m., South Metro said via Twitter that there were initial reports of people trapped. Crews searched and did not […]

  • Gov. Polis signs national popular vote bill into law

    DENVER — Gov. Jared Polis signed the controversial national popular vote bill into law Friday. The new law requires Colorado electors to the Electoral College vote for the winner of the national popular vote for president and not the winner of the Colorado popular vote. The measure would only take effect if states with a total of 270 electoral votes agree to do the same. Currently, 11 states have joined the “interstate compact” authorizing the national popular vote. “Every vote […]

  • Body found near Aurora light rail station, police investigating as homicide

    AURORA, Colo. — A body was found along Sand Creek Trail near the Fitzsimons light rail station in Aurora Wednesday afternoon. Shortly before 2 p.m. Wednesday, people were walking just east of the parking lot of the station looking for a runaway dog when they found a human body. The Aurora Police Department responded. However, the body was not removed until Thursday afternoon due to the blizzard. The cause of death has not yet been determined. It will be released […]

  • I-25 reopened in both directions throughout Colorado

    WELLINGTON, Colo. — Interstate 25 reopened in both directions between the Wyoming and New Mexico borders Thursday afternoon. I-25 between Wellington (exit 278) and the Wyoming border reopened shortly before 2 p.m. Thursday, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. The section of highway was closed Wednesday following a 100-vehicle pileup and difficult driving conditions. The closure was one of several on interstates in Colorado due to Wednesday’s blizzard. I-25 was also shut down between the Denver area and Colorado […]

  • Video shows beagles force-fed chemicals at Michigan lab, Humane Society says

    WASHINGTON – Video released Tuesday shows dogs being force-fed fungicides for a yearlong pesticide test at a Michigan facility, according to the Humane Society of the United States. The group says the video shows 36 beagles being tested at the Charles River Laboratories in Mattawan, Michigan. The laboratory’s parent company is headquartered in Massachusetts and has facilities around the world. The study using the beagles was placed by Corteva Agriscience, the Agriculture Division of DowDuPont. The animal welfare group says the video […]

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.