As the moon moved in front of the sun and the morning turned to dusk for a few minutes Monday, Joe Serre got on one knee and popped the…
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Already Monday morning, traffic has been heavy on northbound I-25 as people drive north to Wyoming for the eclipse.
Prepared to watch the Great American Solar Eclipse this Monday? You may want to read this first.
Business is good for stores selling solar eclipse glasses.
Some students are taking a long weekend away from school to get the full Solar Eclipse experience.
For businesses along the Interstate 25 corridor, the Great American Eclipse may be a time to shine.
A campsite in the path of totality still has spots open to the public.
Denver7 Chief Meteorologist Mike Nelson says there are no major storm fronts or surges in monsoon moisture headed our way.
The 2017 total solar eclipse is special. Unlike 1918, we now have the technology to study its entire journey over the U.S.
On Aug. 21, 2017, the best total solar eclipse in 40 years will make its way across the United States.