1. Slow-moving storms raise flood concerns
Days of fierce thunder storms across the Front Range are giving way to slower-moving rain storms that could cause flooding as we head into Memorial Day weekend. Morgan County was already under an Areal Flood Warning early Friday. Track the storms with Pinpoint Weather.
2. 80th and Sheridan closed due to fatal traffic accident
One person was killed and two were hurt early Friday in a traffic accident at the intersection of 80th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard, Arvada city officials said.
3. Warrant issued for Denver Broncos safety T.J. Ward
The Denver Police Department issued a warrant for the recent free agency acquisition in connection with a fight at a Denver strip club.
4. Early-morning fire consumes Castle Rock barn
A large barn was consumed by fire early Friday morning in the Castle Oaks area, killing 12 chickens.
5. Residents mark 6th anniversary of Windsor tornado
A tornado changed the town of Windsor forever on May 22, 2008, but six years later the town is continuing a remarkable comeback.
6. ‘High wind event’ levels trees at Red Feather Lakes
A campground at Red Feather Lakes in Larimer County is closed after the sheriff says a “highly unusual weather event” took place Thursday afternoon at Bellaire Lake.
7. Eight ducklings pulled from storm drain
Eight ducklings were rescued from a storm drain along Sunset Street in Longmont as fierce storms continued to pummel Colorado on Thursday.
8. Woman trapped in car for days speaks about recovery
Once just hours from death, a Colorado woman who was trapped in her upside down car for nearly a week said that her recovery is going well.
9. Viewers capture funnel cloud, quarter-sized hail
Viewers helped document an impressive funnel cloud and painful hail across the Front Range on Thursday.
10. Airman’s unexpected appearance surprises dad and brother
A father thought he was going to his boy’s 6th grade DARE graduation in Lone Tree. But he and his son end up getting a surprise on top of the certificate for completing the program.