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Timing, totals, impact of Friday’s snowstorm in Denver metro
Colorado is going to experience a big weather swing this week. The metro and Front Range are going to go from nearly record-breaking temperatures in the upper 60s to a few inches of snow.
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...
Snow statewide, including 3-6" in the metro, as winter storm hits CO Friday
Colorado's next snowstorm is moving into the state late this week, likely bringing with it a few inches of snow in the metro and heavier snow in the mountains.
Up to 18 inches of snow could hit some Colorado peaks, 7 inches in Denver
A recent trend of wintery weather hitting Colorado is set to continue, with more snow on the way that may serve as a prelude to what's to come. According to a map released by the National Weather Service on Wednesday, up to 18 inches of snow is expected on some Colorado peaks from December 7 through the morning of December 9. And remember, the same forecasting service had previously predicted a slight 'risk of heavy snow' from December 9 to December 11 earlier this week.
How the State's First Public Shooting Range With a Bar Ensures Safety
Neither Megan nor Mark Hymanson grew up around guns. "The first time my husband touched a gun was in the Marines," says Megan. "First time I touched one is when he asked, ‘Hey, you want to go try and do this?’” Fast-forward to today, and the wife-and-husband team, along with family friend David Grasso, are co-owners of the Gallery, which became Colorado's first public shooting range with a full-service bar and restaurant when it opened in April 2022.
Black Family Accuses Chili’s of Making Them Pay Before Eating
Chili’s must’ve lost their mind…according to a lawsuit filed by a Black family from Denver. They claim that before even placing their order, they were asked to provide payment up front. Why? You know why. The lawsuit, filed Nov. 28 by Markesha Futrell-Smith, alleges she and her...
Dogs in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in golden, CO?
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to golden..
Dog in wheelchair searches for a forever home
It all started with a tiny Plott Hound puppy on the euthanasia list at a shelter in Texas. Now, Kiwi needs a forever home.
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. The man was from the Denver metro area. However, his identity has not been released.
Concerns grow as Denver brings more hotels online to house homeless
If you ask Kyra Dolores, she'll tell you life on the streets is anything but pleasant. Yet she's considering going back. "I'm so grateful I have running water to this day, but it just seems purposeless, you know? I don't know if that makes sense, it's just like 'What's really going on here?' Because I don't feel like I'm doing anything but vegetating," she said on Tuesday. That's a stark change from where she was just a few months ago. "I think a lot of lives are going to change," Dolores said hopefully in September. She was one of 77...
Colorado Braces for Winter Storm Amidst Climate Change Concerns
Colorado is on high alert as a significant winter storm is set to bring considerable snowfall to the state by the end of the week. The cold front, expected to arrive Thursday night, is forecasted to unleash a mix of snow flurries and a drop in temperatures. While mountain regions are bracing for the brunt of it with over five inches of snow, metropolitan areas like Denver are also preparing for three to four inches, with the possibility of higher accumulations at the Palmer Divide.
Defendant testifies as murder trial in death of Arvada officer wraps up
Self-defense or the cold-blooded murder of a police officer doing his job? That's the choice the jury in the murder trial of Sonny Almanza must make when members begin deliberating Thursday morning. Attorneys for both sides presented their closing statements Wednesday afternoon, after Almanza himself took the stand and said he didn't realize he'd shot a cop. ...
7 months after Edgewater shooting, family still pushing for justice
A Colorado family is pushing for justice seven months after their loved one was shot and killed at an Edgewater Tesla charging station. Police have not released the identity of the shooter.
3 Incredible Properties Sold This Week Around Arvada
Arvada, Colorado is known for its stunning real estate properties, and recently, three of the most expensive properties in the area were sold. Let's take a closer look at these impressive homes and their unique features.
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...
One more mild and dry day Thursday, ahead of our next snow storm
Wednesday, highs soared to the low 70s out at Denver International Airport. Thursday, highs will still be mild, in the 60s, ahead of high winds and more snow and cold on Friday.
Local Luminary Lucinda Sanders to Speak at Colorado School of Mines Commencement on Dec. 15
The Colorado School of Mines has scheduled its Fall 2023 Commencement for Friday, December 15. The Undergraduate Commencement will start at 9 a.m., followed by the Graduate Commencement at 2 p.m. Both will be held at the Lockridge Arena.
Colorado City Among The 'Most Dangerous Cities' For Winter Driving
DriveSafeOnline revealed the most perilous U.S. cities for drivers during the winter.
5th grade girl assigned to room with trans classmate on Colorado school trip, lawsuit says
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CITC) — A Colorado school district allegedly assigned a biologically female fifth-grader to sleep in the same bed as a transgender classmate during an overnight trip. Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) assigned the fifth-grader, referred to as D.W., to room with the biological male, called K.E.M.,...
Denver’s 16th Street Mall is getting greener
The 16th Street Mall revitalization project has celebrated another milestone with the arrival of new oak trees slated to be planted between Market and Larimer Streets.