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Demolition could begin as soon as Tuesday on the house that exploded from an uncapped gas line in Firestone.
The aspen trees are already starting to show the first signs of fall in the high country.
A floodwater storage project, decades in the making at Chatfield Reservoir, could begin as early as this fall.
The Aurora Police Department has the largest group of recruits they've ever seen going through the training academy.
Firefighters are totaling up donations for the annual Fill the Boot drive to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Local emergency crews are in Texas helping with the impacts of Tropical Storm Harvey.
Labor Day weekend is right around the corner. If you haven't reserved your camping spot, you're go ing to face slim pickings.
The fire department said a Hazardous Materials Team was working quickly to “mitigate 125 gallons of spilled concrete sealer.”
Good morning, everyone! Here’s what you need to know today on Thursday, August 24.
One person was taken to a local hospital, but their condition remains unknown at this time.
The cadavers of two dozen other dogs were found inside chest type freezers inside the woman's home.