The Front Range will see plenty of sunshine on Monday, helping highs reach the middle 60s. However, winds will be breezy along the plains. Travis Michels forecasts.
To support migrants in Colorado, Denver is hosting a gift drive for migrant children. From Dec. 4-18, new and unwrapped gifts can be dropped off at either of two Denver Workforce Centers, which are open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Jim Hooley is near Jordan and Hess Road in Douglas County where crews battled an overnight blaze at a barn.
Carly Moore is at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield where the city will discuss the next steps for the building.
Lisa D'Souza is outside a former Stay Inn in Central Park where it could soon reopen its doors to those experiencing homelessness in Denver.
It is going to be a mild and warm Tuesday with temperatures nearing 60 degrees. Greg Perez forecasts.
Kroger's CEO said they are aiming to close the $25 billion deal soon.
The next round of TABOR refund checks comes in the spring of 2024. If you do your taxes early, you’ll get your TABOR refund quicker.
Fifteen people who were arrested during a protest outside the Global Conference for Israel have been released.
Denver's average rent is still a hundred dollars higher than in 2022. FOX31's Shaul Turner spoke with experts about what could come in 2024.
Denver's weather will warm up to the 60s this week. But Pinpoint Weather's Dave Fraser forecasts another chance for snow is just ahead.
An Arvada driver ran a stop sign, striking a horse and the rider. FOX31's Alliyah Sims visited the area, where a neighbor said driver misbehavior is common in the area.
A single father is calling on the FOX31 Problem Solvers for help. As Nicole Fierro reports, a Denver hotel shelter for families has a bed bug infestation.