Colorado Man Who Randomly Killed Stranger Inside McDonald’s Found Not Guilty by Reason of InsanityThe Messenger10 HOURS AGO
DC Murder Suspect Caught in EnglewoodSusan GraybealNewsBreak Contributor
Migrants will move, traditional homeless will move in at Denver RaddisonDavid HeitzNewsBreak Contributor
A 30-year-old woman, vanished in Colorado after getting dropped off for a meetup on February 3, 2023Ada E.NewsBreak Contributor
Patience wearing thin between migrants, traditionally homeless in DenverDavid HeitzNewsBreak Contributor
Oak trees arrive for 16th Street Mall redo in DenverDavid HeitzNewsBreak Contributor
Body of missing Denver-area kayaker recovered from Lake Granby
The body of a 21-year-old who went missing on Lake Granby on Sunday has been recovered.
Barn fire in Adams County leaves multiple animals dead
ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — A barn fire killed multiple animals Tuesday morning northeast of Brighton, according to a spokesperson for Brighton Fire Rescue. Brighton Fire and South Adams County Fire Department responded to the fire Tuesday morning at a barn at 35600 Almstead St. Three goats and three pigs were killed in the fire, while many chickens escaped.
New school board member faces felony auto theft charge
After joining the Englewood School Board tonight, Davon Williams will head to court tomorrow on an auto theft charge. Williams turned himself in before election day.
Popular Colorado Mexican Restaurant Closes After 20 Years
After 20 years of serving up delicious Mexican food to its loyal customers from all over Colorado, this popular Mexican restaurant location says adios and is now closed for good. Popular Local Colorado Mexican Restaurant Closes After Two Decades. Sadly, as we approach the end of 2023, we look back...
Brighton shooting victim’s family trying to get his body home to Alabama
A 22-year-old man died in a shooting at a Brighton apartment back on Nov. 24, and now his family is working to get his body home to Alabama.
DC Murder Suspect Caught in Englewood
A man wanted for murder out of Washington, D.C. was arrested Monday night in Englewood, according to an X post from the US Marshals Office in Colorado. The Glendale Police Department reportedly assisted with the capture of this wanted fugitive, identified as Eliexander Lopez-Burgos.
Heroic Thornton Man Rescues Neighbors from Apartment Fire
• An apartment building in Thornton, Colorado caught fire, destroying or damaging at least three units. • Phil Taylor, a neighbor, saved everyone inside the building by alerting them to the fire and helping them escape.
Caught on camera: Commerce City dog stolen in broad daylight
Cameras captured the moment someone stole a 5-month-old pit bull from a Commerce City driveway.
Beware: Police warn of undetectable card skimmers at ATMs, gas pumps
Police say scammers are finding ways to plant card skimmers inside gas pumps and ATMs, so there's no way to tell from the outside
Denver father and children battle bed bugs at shelter hotel room
A single father called on the FOX31 Problem Solvers for help as he fights to find a safe place for him and his children to sleep.
End of an era for RTD's plush light rail seats
Wool seats were seen as plush, inviting and comfortable when RTD debuted light rail in 1994.
Child found at hotel reunited with family, Aurora police say
UPDATE: The child who was found at a hotel has been reunited with his family, according to the Aurora Police Department.
Urban tree canopy installation begins on 16th Street Mall
DENVER — More trees for shade and an extension of the city's urban tree canopy along Denver's iconic 16th Street Mall are being planted as part of the walking mall's decade-long revitalization project. The improved tree canopy is part of a renovation project intended to improve safety and mobility...
Tom's Baby and the Enduring Allure of Gold: A Psychological Perspective
The late 19th century Colorado Gold Rush was a period marked by the tireless pursuit of wealth, encapsulated by the legendary discovery of 'Tom's Baby.' In 1887, prospectors Tom Groves and Harry Lytton uncovered a massive 13.5-pound gold nugget on Farncomb Hill, east of Breckenridge, which remains the largest find in Colorado to this day. The discovery earned its moniker when Groves was seen cradling the nugget in his jacket, as one would a child, upon his return to town. The nugget's subsequent loss and mysterious reappearance in a Denver museum vault, lighter by three pounds, adds to its mystique and the tales of the Gold Rush.
Migrants will move, traditional homeless will move in at Denver Raddison
Migrants will move out of the Raddison Hotel at 4849 Bannock Street in District 9 and traditionally unhoused people will move in under a plan by the mayor’s office. Denver homelessness czar Cole Chandler briefed the City Council on the hotel master lease during Tuesday’s mayor-council meeting. The city plans to master lease the hotel from Quebec Hospitality Inc. for $10.4 million through Dec. 31, 2024. The city has been leasing blocks of rooms. Quebec Hospitality Inc. also owns the Comfort Inn off Quebec where migrants have been staying.
Magic Mushroom Co-Op Catches District Attorney's Attention
A co-op selling support services with a free side of psilocybin mushrooms has caught the attention of the Denver District Attorney, but legal experts admit that current state laws have loopholes that might allow the co-op to escape punishment. Darren Lyman insists that he is running a support center for...
These Two Colorado Cities Used To Be The State Capital
When people ask what is the capital of Colorado, we all say Denver. Did you know this wasn't always the case? Back in the early days of the Centennial State, this was a very sore subject. Colorado became a state in 1876, but residents didn't vote to name Denver the...
Denver council OKs contractor for Elati micro-community
Denver contracted with The Gathering Place to operate a homeless micro-community site on Elati Street as part of the mayor's House1000 initiative.
Adding to millions in costs, Denver seeks bilingual workers as it grapples with immigrant crisis
Denver Mayor Mike Johnston on Tuesday urged Denver residents, particularly those who are bilingual, to apply for jobs to help the city as it grapples to respond to the thousands of immigrants who have arrived in Colorado's most populous city. Denver officials did not share the city's total budget for hiring 150 positions, which would be deployed to shelters currently accommodating roughly 2,700 immigrants. But averaging $28.50 an hour for...
Behind-the-scenes at FedEx during busy shipping season
Christmas Day is just 19 days away. If you have a package to ship for the holidays, you’ll want to get that done sooner rather than later.