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Windy and cold Monday with snow showersMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.

First Day of Weather Alert Monday – Snow and Cold ReturnWatch Callie Zanandrie’s predictions.

Memorial amid events to honor Boulder King Soopers shooting victims a year laterRight now, outside the Boulder Police Department, sits a memorial patrol car with flowers and notes neatly placed on top.

Dominico Archuleta identified as suspect in Union Station shootingDenver police have identified the suspect who allegedly shot a person at Union Station in Denver on Saturday night. Dominico Archuleta, 21, could face charges of attempted first degree murder and aggravated assault.

Police tell drivers to be careful after 2 men die on East Colfax AvenueAurora police are pleading with drivers to be careful after two men were killed near the intersection of East Colfax Avenue and North Uvalda Street Friday night.

After 2 years of COVID, Frozen Dead Guy Days Come is backGrandpa Bredo Morstoel may be smiling from the shed above the city where he lies frozen, encased in dry ice, but no one can be sure of course.

Stingray Cove is back at the Denver ZooThe Denver Zoo has reopened Stingray Cove to visitors.

Man who broadcast King Soopers live shooting chargedDean Schiller faces charges of obstructing a peace officer after allegedly refusing dozens of police orders in response to the 2021 shooting of King Soopers in Boulder.

Pop-Up Prom Shop welcomes girls for the first time since the pandemicOn Saturday, dozens of high school girls from Adams 12 Five Star Schools sifted through shelves of prom dresses, tried them on and finally decided on their perfect dress.

Irving Brooks arrested in Kansas after chase and car theft at CU BoulderUniversity of Colorado Boulder police say a man suspected of stealing someone’s truck outside a college dorm on Friday has been arrested in Kansas.

Structure fire sends smoke for miles in DenverDenver firefighters rushed to a burning warehouse Saturday afternoon.

Backcountry skier killed in Routt County avalanche; 1 other rescued by helicopterAn avalanche killed a man near the Buffalo Pass area on Saturday.

Last weekend for mobile vaccinations at Aurora MallA new variant of COVID is surfacing in Europe as protocols and restrictions are lifted in Colorado, but doctors say there’s no need to worry.

2 suspects in custody after shooting at Union Station in DenverDenver police arrested two men suspected of shooting at Union Station just before 7 p.m. Saturday.

Beautiful Sunday, snow and cold back on MondayWatch Callie Zanandrie’s predictions.

Warm Sunday before snow MondayMeteorologist Chris Spears has your forecast.

2 dead in Aurora: Good Samaritan killed trying to help pedestrian hit by carA pedestrian was shot and killed while crossing East Colfax Avenue – and a person who stopped to help was also shot and killed, Aurora Police say.

Sarah Jesser sentenced to 18 years for shooting police in Weld CountySarah Jesser was arrested after shooting at police at the Econo Lodge off Interstate 25 in Weld County on February 13, 2020.

Mild weekend before the arrival of snow and cooler temperatures on MondayWatch Callie Zanandrie’s predictions.

National Poison Prevention Week hopes to prevent accidental deathsNational Poison Prevention Week occurs annually during the third full week of March. This year it is from March 20 to 26. According to the Health Resources and Services Administration, the week focuses on the dangers of poisoning and promotes community involvement in their prevention.

President signs law on Amache National Historic SiteAfter months of advocacy, a bill to make Camp Amache in Granada, Colorado a National Historic Site has been signed by President Joe Biden.

Teenage girl killed, 1 injured in shooting near homes at 19th Ave, Tamarac in DenverThe Denver Police Department responded to a fatal shooting near homes at E 19th Ave and Tamarac Street.

Efforts to create more affordable housing in Colorado continueThe city of Denver celebrated its latest affordable housing development this week, but it will need to keep building to meet growing needs.

Denver March Powwow returns after being canceled by the pandemicFor the first time since the pandemic began, the Denver March Powwow is back in the Mile High City.

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