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  • Your Week Ahead: exercise, beer and Puddles the Clown

    We’ve got a lot to look forward to this first full week of June, from concerts, to a great excuse for getting in a little extra exercise. Here’s some things you can expect in Your Week Ahead. MONDAY Keep an eye on your mailbox this week. As the USPS will begin sending out preliminary ballots to all registered Colorado voters on Monday. You can track the status of your ballot online with Denver’s Pocket Gov , just enter your information into […]

  • Your Week Ahead: deals and events

    We are 133 days into 2018, and there’s no shortage of fun happenings around town to mark those calendars for in your week ahead! MONDAY Bring your appetite to Peoria and 45th Avenue on Monday May 14th for the grand opening of Denver’s first Chipotle Mexican Grill since December of 2015. The new location will open it’s doors for the first time at 10:45 am, and the first 50 customers will be given free swag items, like “lip guac,” “sun […]

  • Your Week Ahead: Second week of April is jam-packed

    MONDAY It’s a big day at DIA on Monday as Norwegian Air celebrates it’s inaugural nonstop flight from Denver to Paris. Be sure to tune into Fox31 News at 9 Monday night for a firsthand look at that first flight! TUESDAY Soak up some tunes on Tuesday with “Music Moves” at Civic Center Park. They will be hosting a yoga event with live music performed by the Colorado Symphony. Just bring your yoga mat and gear to the McNichols building […]

  • Mark your calendars: here’s a look at the week ahead

    MONDAY There’s a lot to mark your calendars for in the week ahead. New Belgium Brewing in Fort Collins is set to release its latest creation on Monday, a hemp beer made from natural ingredients like hemp seeds. The “Hemperor HPA” may be made from hemp, but it does not have THC in it.  So don’t expect any extra buzz with this one. TUESDAY It’s a surefire sign that spring is in the air as street sweeping in Denver is […]

  • A look at the week ahead: Job fairs, pit bulls and Frozen Dead Guys

    DENVER – Heading into the first full week of March, we take a look at what’s on the calendar in your week ahead. MONDAY If you’re in the market for a new job, print some fresh copies of that resume and head over to the Greater Denver Job Fair on Monday, March 5. It’s all taking place at the Embassy Suites Denver Stapleton Hotel at 4444 Havana Street. There you will find multiple recruiters from various companies in the Denver area, […]

  • Teen raising awareness through Christmas card request

    KOKOMO, IND – As you prepare to send off your Christmas Cards this season, you may want to set one aside for 14-year-old Xavier Johnson from Kokomo, Indiana. Johnson  was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, cirrhosis and diabetes, all when he was just one year old. Those illnesses take a toll on his immune system, especially during the winter. The teen will eventually have to have liver, pancreas and lung transplants. Which also means he’s unable to attend school and is on homebound […]

  • Reward offered in Denver grow house smash-and-grab

    DENVER – The Metro Denver Crime Stoppers releasing surveillance images of two suspects wanted for the burglary of a marijuana warehouse on Nov. 9th.  Police say the pictured suspects worked with five others to enter the business and steal an undisclosed amount of property. It was around 1 a.m. Nov. 9th, when investigators say the thieves  pulled up in front of a marijuana grow warehouse at 875 Navajo Street in a black SUV, stepped on the gas and slammed into the […]

  • Sexually violent predator changes Boulder address

    BOULDER, Colo. — A sexually violent predator has secured a bed at the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, the Boulder Police Department said Monday. David Bland, 43, was convicted of a sex offense, which requires him to register with law enforcement. Bland has been determined to present a high potential to reoffend, which is why police notified the public of his residence. Bland originally registered with the Boulder Police Department as a sexually violent predator on Aug. 3, when his […]

  • ‘Dark Tower’ tops ‘Dunkirk’ in the weekend’s top 5 films

    LOS ANGELES — Halle Berry hit the weekend box office with a new thriller, alongside the latest Stephen King adaption. All while a group of girls and everyone’s favorite emojis kept audiences coming back for more. Here’s a look at this weekend’s top five films everyone is talking about. 5. “Kidnap” Debuting in fifth place, Halle Berry’s latest movie “Kidnap” hit the ground running with $10.2 million in ticket sales this weekend. Playing the role of a mother, desperate to […]

  • Teen with leukemia receives postcards from around the world

    WENTZVILLE, Mo. — It’s not something any high school sophomore expects to deal with, but just more than a month ago, 15-year-old Sully Menne was diagnosed with leukemia. Which means instead of a fun-filled summer, Menne has spent his vacation in and out of hospital rooms, facing endless rounds of chemotherapy and other procedures. “I thought he had a resistant bug or something and he would be fine,” his mother, Mande said. “Maybe stay a couple of nights in the hospital but […]

  • Weekend Box Office: Spider-Man swings to second place

    HOLLYWOOD – It’s a wrap for this weekend’s box office, and the war for number one all came down to a teenage superhero versus a planet of apes. Here’s a look at the top five films everyone is talking about.   #5 – “The Big Sick” “The Big Sick” expanded into wide release in it’s fourth weekend, and audiences responded with $7.6 million in ticket sales. This romantic comedy follows the relationship between a Pakistani comic and an American grad […]

  • Celebrate National ‘I Love Horses Day’ with this Little Hooves live cam

    WASHINGTON – They may have “Little Hooves,” as the website promises, but one look at these foals enjoying life on the farm and those little hooves will make a big imprint on your heart.  Owners Taylor and Brenda have been breeding miniature horses in Washington state for nearly 10 years. Now, thanks to the power of the internet, horse lovers can enjoy a live feed of the beauties in foal directly on the Little Hooves website. Much like April the […]