Wildfire burning near Lake County’s Twin Lakes prompts evacuation, pre-evacuation orders - A wildfire burning on 164 acres of land in the Interlaken Historic District near Twin Lakes -- a popular hiking and camping destination -- prompted multiple evacuation and pre-evacuation orders
Drunken driver sentenced to 12 years in prison for running red light, killing Colorado Ballet musician - A 23-year-old man was sentenced to 12 years in prison Tuesday for a drunken driving, multi-vehicle crash that killed a Colorado Ballet musician and injured three
Opinion: Democrat dark money groups run ads touting crackpot Ron Hanks, and other shameful politics - A Democrat-affiliated campaign organization, Rocky Mountain Values PAC, is working to elevate conspiracy theorist crackpot, election denier, Xerox machine executioner Ron
Letters: TABOR refunds shouldn’t be a redistribution of wealth - "My fellow Coloradans, the welfare state is alive and well in Colorado ... and continues to grow." -- Carl T. Loehr,
Jerry West, a 3-time Hall of Fame selection and the NBA logo, dies at 86 - Jerry West, who was selected to the Basketball Hall of Fame three times in a storied career as a player and executive and whose silhouette is considered to be the basis of the NBA logo, died Wednesday morning, the Los Angeles Clippers
Denver weather: Scorching temps could reach heat record with hottest day of the year - Hot weather in the Denver area Wednesday and Thursday will set a heat record for 2024, and temperatures will come close to breaking the all-time high, according to the National Weather
Saunas are making a resurgence in Colorado. Here’s why. - “People talk differently in saunas. People are more direct. Going into a sauna and cold plunging is almost like hitting a reset
Colorado’s “Top Chef” contestant is out, but fellow chefs will be lifelong friends - “Before every challenge, I’d say, ‘We’re always one pinch of salt from going home or taking it all,’” Barella
Russian warships reach Cuban waters ahead of military exercises in the Caribbean - A fleet of Russian warships have reached Cuban waters ahead of planned military exercises in the Caribbean. Some see their deployment as a projection of Russia's strength as tensions grow over Western support for Ukraine. The U.S. military expects the
RTD riders face mounting disruptions as rail safety inspectors find more problems - RTD public transit riders are facing disruptions mounted upon disruptions, with delays of up to 45 minutes added to already-tortoiselike light rail travel, after safety inspectors found problems on tracks that forced trains to crawl through newly designated
Ask Amy: Correspondence offers affecting “update” - Dear Readers: Over my 21 years writing this column, I’ve stayed in touch with many readers whose questions have particularly affected
Daily horoscope for June 12, 2024 - Get your daily horoscope for June 12, 2024 from astrologer Georgia
Missing Colorado hiker, dog found alive after two days - A 74-year-old woman and her Irish Setter, Tawny, were found alive Tuesday after they were lost for two days in the mountains near Aspen, according to the Pitkin County Sheriff’s
Cal Quantrill brilliant again as Rockies hold on to beat Twins - Cal Quantrill, acquired from Cleveland last November after the Guardians had designated him for assignment, was brilliant again Tuesday night in Colorado's 5-4 win over the Twins at Target
Keeler: Broncos should call Courtland Sutton’s holdout bluff, then trade him - "If I were in charge of Courtland Sutton’s business going forward, I’d tell him he’s got one good ankle to work with. And absolutely zero legs to stand
YouTuber, Comicstorian creator Ben Potter killed in Interstate 25 crash near Fort Collins - Popular YouTuber and Windsor resident Ben Potter, who brought comic books to life as audio dramas on his channel Comicstorian, was killed in a single-vehicle crash on Interstate 25 near Fort Collins on
U.S. 285 closed near Aspen Park for fatal trailer crash - U.S. 285 is closed in both directions near Aspen Park in Jefferson County for a fatal crash, according to the Colorado State
Rapids working on “taking care of both boxes,” see weaknesses in Austin defense - With the rejuvenated energy, the week of training leading up to Saturday’s home match against Austin FC will be dedicated to righting the wrongs that led to a four-game winless streak heading into the international
Erie man killed in Missouri car crash that injured three, killed two - Derek Moffett, of Erie, and Patricia Moffett, of Overland Park, Kansas, died at the scene, according to a crash report from the Missouri State Highway
Nuggets Journal: Lakers coaching search went haywire with Dan Hurley rejection. What about David Adelman? - While the Los Angeles Lakers were getting publicly rejected by UConn's Dan Hurley in their coaching search, they were overlooking early interviewee and Nuggets assistant David
A look at the historic Summit County ranch that recently sold for more than $21 million - More than 1,000 acres of Summit County land that includes water rights and commercial activity is set to come under new ownership following a multimillion-dollar sale this
Missing 3-year-old Thornton boy found safe - A 3-year-old Thornton boy missing since Monday was found safe, according to the Colorado Bureau of
What my father taught me about Texas barbecue, and being a dad - Cooked low and slow for several hours then finished with a scorching sear, the result is a tender and juicy cut of beef, rich with a sweet, peppery taste signature to Texas Hill
Broncos minicamp Day 1 observations: As QB rotation continues, Sean Payton says he has a “gut” feel but no specific timeline for finalizing 2024 starter - The Broncos' quarterback rotation continued into the team's mandatory minicamp Tuesday and Sean Payton said it could go well into training camp later this summer. “I don’t have a date. I have a
Mentally ill man charged in Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting can be forcibly medicated - A mentally ill man charged with killing three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic in 2015 because it offered abortion services can be forcibly medicated, a federal appeals court ruled
Drunk driver sentenced to 24 years in prison for crash that killed 2, hospitalized 2 - An Adams County woman has been sentenced to 24 years in prison for a drunken driving crash that killed two people and sent two others to the hospital, judicial officials announced
Avalanche 2024 NHL mock draft tracker 1.0: What national experts predict Colorado will do - Here’s a look at who national draftniks are thinking will land in
WR Courtland Sutton, Broncos are at “stalemate” in contract negotiations - “We are at a stalemate in a sense,” Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton said after the first day of mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. “But I have confidence and faith that the right thing will be
Mother of woman killed after high-speed Denver police chase sues officers - The mother of a 24-year-old Commerce City woman killed in a crash after a high-speed chase with two Denver Police Department officers is suing them for wrongful death and negligence, according to a complaint filed in Denver District Court last
Opinion: It’s a perfect firestorm for home insurance - Evergreen’s attraction is that residents live amidst towering conifer trees. But red zones on fire maps are being expanded all over Colorado after several recent large forest fires and the wind-driven Marshall grassfire outside of Boulder, in December
Another COVID vaccine? Yes, and here’s why - Last year's shot isn't holding up. Next fall's vaccine offers several important
Opinion: Embracing my Jewish roots after Oct. 7 has meant subjecting myself to antisemitism - "I am not an apologist for Israel, and when given the chance to engage in conversation I acknowledge Israel’s many faults while still making it clear that I am in full support of Israel’s right to self-determination in the Jewish people’s ancestral
U.S. 6 in Clear Creek Canyon closed overnight for 6 days in June - US Highway 6 in Clear Creek Canyon will close overnight for eight days in June, transportation officials announced
Detroit-style pizza joint closes temporarily, blames city construction project - "The extensive construction has significantly impacted customer access and as a result revenue," the restaurant
Man sentenced to life in prison in fatal Commerce City shooting - Omar Nieves was convicted and sentenced on Monday, according to the 17th Judicial District Attorney's
49ers running back Christian McCaffrey gets honored with Madden NFL 25 cover - Christian McCaffrey grew up playing the Madden NFL video game with his brother, dreaming of being a player in the league one day. Getting on the cover of the famed video game was never even a
President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, is convicted of all 3 felonies in federal gun trial - Hunter Biden was convicted Tuesday of all three felony charges related to the purchase of a revolver in 2018 when, prosecutors argued, the president’s son lied on a mandatory gun-purchase form by saying he was not illegally using or addicted to
Longest-ever flight from Denver International Airport takes off Tuesday - Denver International Airport's longest-ever flight -- a nonstop leg from Denver to Istanbul -- will take to the skies for the first time Tuesday
Pamela Smart, serving life, accepts responsibility for her husband’s 1990 killing for the first time - For the first time, inmate Pamela Smart has accepted full responsibility for plotting with her teenage student to have her husband killed in 1990. Smart is serving a life sentence and accepted responsibility in a videotaped statement released Tuesday as part
Hotdog joint booted from Ball Arena, sued for $870K in unpaid fees - Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs, a quirky hotdog restaurant in Ballpark, was kicked out of Ball Arena in October for not paying sponsorship fees and is now being sued for
Denver weather: Warm temps return after weekend storms, afternoon rain showers possible - After severe storms over the weekend that brought tornado touchdowns, damaging winds and up to baseball-sized hail, Tuesday's afternoon rain showers will seem tame by comparison, according to the National Weather
Boulder County photographer captures the stories of young refugees through silhouettes - "When you get to know somebody, we tend to make our own personal assessments about them," Boulder County-based photographer Dona Laurita said. "It's almost like looking at them in a silhouette form of
New downtown Denver hotel announces two restaurants, one with a rooftop bar - The 110-seat restaurant, like the lobby, looks as if carved out of a large aspen tree
Family of man killed by Thornton police say he was innocent, want justice - Hours before he was fatally shot by Thornton police officers in Lakewood, Joby Vigil was pulling dandelions out of his aunt’s yard in west
There’s something special about growing your own basil in Colorado - One of the many pleasures and essences of the outdoor growing season is basil. What other edible herb breathes so much flavor and summer sunshine into a
Keep Colorado Wild pass raises $48 million, drives traffic to state parks - No matter where you find yourself in Colorado, there's a state park ready to embrace your
Chinese police say a suspect is in custody in the stabbing of 4 US college instructors - Chinese police say a suspect is in custody in a stabbing attack on four instructors from Iowa’s Cornell College who were teaching at a Chinese
Biden and gun control advocates want to flip an issue long dominated by the NRA - Gun control advocates and many Democrats see additional openings created by hard-line positions of the gun lobby.