Mar 3 9:33pm
Despite good precipitation recently, Colorado drought levels are still high – Westminster is the first to issue water restrictions in metro area.
Feb 26 10:31pm
The state outlines when everyone can expect to have access to vaccines. -- Xcel explains its natural gas price hike. - Our first words about the pandemic, one year ago today.
Feb 24 5:06pm
Police found Nathan Bright shot dead Monday morning at a residence on East Walsh Way in east Aurora.
Feb 21 9:15pm
The high-profile location off 58th Avenue and I-25 offered an 807,000-square foot facility on 34 acres to some 100 trade shows annually.
Feb 19 10:38pm
A crowd of Coloradans larger than the population of Fort Collins are all going to try to do one thing at the same time tomorrow. This could get messy. - And the reason why some people are dropping down the list as they wait for a vaccine.
Feb 15 4:10pm
The North Classroom building, King Center and the CU-Denver Student Commons building were impacted by the cold temperatures, according to campus officials.
Feb 12 9:04pm
We look at how the pandemic has forced women in Colorado out of the workforce. - ​People we have featured on Next had ideas to improve the unemployment system and vaccinations. Gotta give the state credit for what it did next.
Jan 29 8:53pm
Colorado makes more changes to who gets the vaccine and when, moving some groups up others back. - A request of gun owners to be better gun owners. - A neighborhood wiped off the map by flood waters is back in a new form.
Jan 28 8:48pm
2020 did a number on all of us, and the chaos spilled into 2021. People can seek mental health help but therapists, like these doctors in Colorado, feel stress, too.
Jan 26 7:19am
The man was shot on Alton Street near East Colfax Avenue and Yosemite Street and later died from his injuries.
Jan 25 9:27pm
QAnon conspiracy theorists were front and center when a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol earlier this month, and the mayor of Parker says he made a mistake recently when he shared QAnon propaganda online. Mayor Jeff Toborg also said he was mistaken when he joined an online group threatening public health workers by publishing their home addresses on the internet. Kyle spoke with him about both topics today.
Jan 25 9:24pm
Thousands of Coloradans shifted their political party registrations after the Capitol insurrection. - An elected official tells Kyle he made a mistake to promote QAnon and election conspiracies.
Jan 22 8:32pm
From the city to small towns, looking at strategies to distributing COVID vaccines. - This might be a dumb question... but why are there tumbleweeds in downtown Denver?
Jan 15 10:47am
The older suspect charged in the May 2019 shooting is due in court at 2 p.m. ahead of his trial which is currently set to being next month.
Jan 12 8:35pm
Colorado could step in to help speed up the process for getting the COVID vaccine to people in assisted living facilities. - We ask Congressman Jason Crow if he feels safe in the Capitol and whether his colleague, Rep. Lauren Boebert, should resign.
Jan 10 7:59am
The official total at Denver International Airport was 1.9 inches, according to the National Weather Service.
Jan 10 7:05am
The official total at Denver International Airport was 1.9 inches, according to the National Weather Service.
Jan 6 9:30pm
"An insurrection in America. A violent mob stormed and seized the US Capitol today. An attempted coup by supporters of President Trump as the electoral votes were counted. There are Coloradans who played key roles in encouraging this anti-American dishonor..."
Jan 5 9:41am
Since his indictment in 2017, the trial for for Mark Redwine, who is accused of killing his son Dylan, has been delayed numerous times.
Jan 5 9:41am
Since his indictment in 2017, the trial for for Mark Redwine, who is accused of killing his son Dylan, has been delayed numerous times.
Jan 4 9:38pm
Colorado appears to be coming down from the peak in deaths from a few weeks ago. - Two Coloradans in Congress prepare to usurp American Democracy and have Congress pick the President. - Preserving the past of Black Denver neighborhoods.
Dec 28 7:22pm
Next with Kyle Clark revisits the best stories, characters, and events from the past 12 months, that prove 2020 is a year to remember.
Dec 28 7:21pm
Next with Kyle Clark revisits the best stories, characters, and events from the past 12 months, that prove 2020 is a year to remember.
Dec 21 9:25pm
Lessons learned from Week 1 of vaccinations in Colorado. - Tons of Coloradans got the new exposure tracking app; but are they using it? - The generous tip you collected for restaurant workers.
Dec 21 12:19pm
Wildlife officers said they believe the moose was killed between Dec. 15-18. A $1,000 reward is being offered to ID the poacher.
Dec 18 10:39pm
Pharmacists said they learned about the “extra” dose this week. After getting FDA guidance, they began to administer the extra dose to patients.
Dec 3 9:28pm
The state has been simulating the distribution of COVID vaccines before they arrive. We learned a test run involved confusion with the state of Kentucky. - Who has final say on who gets vaccines first. - The Kid of the Year is from Colorado.
Dec 2 10:04pm
Health care workers will get the first batch of COVID vaccines, but how long will that take? We talk to a doctor who helped plan distribution in Colorado.
Dec 1 10:26pm
We look at the fine print as state lawmakers prepare to send cash to Colorado businesses. - Will a prisoner in our state be able to get a COVID vaccine before your grandma who lives at home? We look at the plan as it stands now and what might change.
Nov 27 8:34pm
Ruth Anderson, in Louisville, lost her mom Elaine Morrison to COVID-19 last week. She hopes others think of how their actions impact others as the virus spreads.
Nov 23 11:41pm
A crucial week for COVID in Colorado as hospitalizations hit new heights. We find some reason for optimism. - And an answer to your question - why can people eat and drink and be merry at the airport, but not the rest of the metro area?
Nov 19 9:44pm
Colorado hits 1,500 COVID hospitalizations. - A county reports its ICU beds are full. - And growing numbers of hospitals say staff shortages are coming. But people can still go to Broncos games. We look at why.
Nov 18 10:43pm
Colorado calls for help staffing hospitals as healthcare workers contract COVID. - A doctor tells us about patients who still think the pandemic is a hoax. - Answers to your questions about how businesses will make it.
Nov 17 9:29pm
We just got the list of 15 Colorado counties going under tougher COVID restrictions. Call it lockdown-lite. - A word about why the state is punishing other people, instead of those spreading the virus.
Nov 13 10:52am
This is the first time Visit Denver has organized a fall iteration of the event, which aims to help struggling restaurants and offers in-person and to-go options.
Nov 12 5:47pm
Why is COVID spreading so like this if people are wearing masks? Kyle and Chris Vanderveen discussed this today, as well as the data lag – which means even if you social distance now, it will take a while to see the results of your efforts.
Nov 9 1:13pm
The school district follows the path of several other districts that recently announced they will shift students to remote learning amid rising COVID-19 cases.
Nov 7 1:42pm
Find real-time 2020 Colorado election results for state, local and federal races, including the U.S. presidential battle between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Nov 5 10:03pm
The governor issues a warning after we reach all-time COVID-19 highs. - A word about something we may take for granted on Election Day in Colorado. - Rural Colorado gets wolves handed to it by those of us who live in cities.
Nov 3 11:05pm
Unofficial results showed District Court Judge Tomee Crespin losing her seat as of 9:35 p.m., with 55% of voters casting ballots against her retention.
Nov 3 3:34pm
Find real-time 2020 Colorado election results for state, local and federal races, including the U.S. presidential battle between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Nov 3 2:00pm
The nonprofit cited financial hardship amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and said its board will assess and reinvent the organization.
Oct 29 9:32pm
COVID-19 hospitalizations are still spiking. We take an in-depth look at whether a second lockdown is likely, or if the virus, and our response, has changed to the point we can avoid that.
Oct 29 9:07pm
COVID-19 hospitalizations are still spiking in Colorado. Kyle and Chris Vanderveen take an in-depth look at whether a second lockdown is likely, or if the virus, and our response, has changed to the point we can avoid that.