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Rent prices are finally easing up, but by how much? Andrea Henderson reports.
Donation sites, operated by the Turkish American Cultural Society of Colorado, are open around Denver to help with earthquake relief.
Members of the House Pro-Choice Caucus reintroduced a bill to push back on punishments for those who travel out of state for abortion care.
A judge ruled a Starbucks in Denver engaged in unfair labor practices after workers unionized.
Prosecutors say the man accused in the King Soopers mass shooting is not cooperating with his care and they want to know whether he's incompetent.
A new study found tech-savvy teens are falling for online scams at a higher rate than seniors. Carly Moore reports.
The pain at the gas pump is getting worse. According to AAA, the current average for a gallon of regular fuel is $3.92, which is up 86 cents from a month ago. Jim Hooley reports.
Have you ever been stuck in traffic at a red light and noticed cars turning left? It is actually legal to turn left on red in certain circumstances.
After a 30-inch pipe burst and flooded a Denver street, the city is accommodating those who were impacted by the break.
Loveland Police arrested three 15-year-old boys in connection to the death of an 18-year-old.
After a powerful earthquake rocked parts of Turkey and Syria, killing thousands, help is on the way from around the globe. Kristen Chapman reports.
Denver’s weather will stay mild through Wednesday afternoon but the next storm system moves in quick Wednesday night. Carly Cassady forecasts.
All 725 Colorado State Patrol troopers are now trained and wear body camera while on patrol.