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On this week's edition of Colorado Point of View, we look at Gov. Jared Polis' State of the State address.
An 18-year-old woman was sentenced to work release after killing two people in a drunk-driving crash, but she was still legally a minor at the time of the crime. Gabby Easterwood reports.
With the recent cold temperatures, bald eagles will be easier to spot as they migrate across Colorado.
Denver is home to one of the nation’s highest amounts of high-income renters – those making at least $150,000 a year.
Three suspects are wanted for assaulting and stabbing a victim on an RTD light rail near the Alameda station. Kristen Chapman reports.
Crews were working to put out a brush pile fire on the west side of Sloan's Lake. Carly Moore reports.
While the western half of the state will see a small amount of snow, the Front Range will see gusty winds.
Over the weekend, the town of Golden held the world's largest gathering of golden retrievers.
Skiers and snowboarders can now visit the Ruby Hill Rail Yard to practice their sport.
Residents Jon Wilkerson and Donna Reis recalled that early morning when they woke up to the flames.
The bike, named Colonel Mustard, has traveled the world. Samantha Spitz reports.
Hospitalizations are rising once again. Rogelio Mares reports.
A small chance of snow is in store for the Front Range.