The Pinpoint Weather Team forecasts a day similar to Wednesday with sunshine and highs in the low 70s. Chris Tomer forecasts.
Hockey Capital USA puck unveiling
From the professional level down to the beginners, Denver hockey teams cleaned up in championships last season and it's time to celebrate.
Local equine program improves quality of life, mood …
For just a few weeks, the St. Andrew’s Village community out of Aurora is corraling its residents to give them some much-needed social interaction with animals. Carly Moore reports.
Colorado ranked 16th nationally for deadly drug overdoses
The Coronavirus pandemic dominated health headlines, but experts say there is a second health crisis happening and that is the rise of deadly drug overdoses. Carly Moore reports.
Thieves target copper wire on RTD train tracks
Thieves are targeting precious copper wire in RTD tracks, according to the agency. Jim Hooley reports.
Colorado seeing higher inflation than other states
As the nation continues to battle inflation, people in Colorado may be feeling the pinch more than others. Kristen Chapman reports.
Clear skies for Thursday’s Broncos game
Thursday is another beautiful day across the Denver metro and the Front Range. Highs will be around 70 degrees. Chris Tomer forecasts.
Big Get: George Stoia
George Stoia with the Denver Gazette joins Colorado Sports Night.
Denver weather: Dry, mild weather to stay
Dry and mild weather is here to stay in the Denver weather forecast for the next several days. Here's Jessica Lebel's forecast.
Unburied electricity line in backyard causes concern
A Highlands Ranch mom said she was frightened for her children and pets after an Xcel Energy temporary service line was left unburied in her backyard for more than two months. Shaul Turner reports.
Baker back in court for refusing trans customer
Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips is back in court to appeal a decision from last year that punished him for refusing to bake a birthday cake with colors intended to celebrate a gender transition. Ashley Michels reports.
Meth, fentanyl combination causing more overdoses
Combining meth and fentanyl use is a growing trend, causing an epidemic of overdoses that can't be reversed. A doctor describes the crisis to reporter Talya Cunningham.