PARIS (AP) — The truck driver who killed 84 people on a Nice beachfront had accomplices and appears to have been plotting his attack for months, the Paris prosecutor said Thursday.
The roads that led Dr. Andrea Gerard-Gonzalez to the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes on the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora weren’t all eight-lane expressways.
A few of them weren’t even covered in asphalt.
Denver Days will celebrate its fourth year come July 30 as Denverites join their neighbors in building community during the weeklong event.
The brainchild of Mayor Michael B. Hancock, the program encourages people to host block parties, picnics, service projects and other gatherings to get to know their neighbors.
Getting verified on Twitter has always been a selective — and arcane — process, but thanks to a recent update, users will be able to nominate themselves for verification using an online form.
The new face of the Broncos wears glasses, loud T-shirts and, as of Friday, a huge smile.
Von Miller will be remembered forever in Denver with his Super Bowl 50 performance.
National Mac & Cheese Day is July 14, and Noodles & Company is celebrating.
The pasta provider is offering a free small mac and cheese Thursday with the purchase of any regular entrée.
If you’ve sufficiently recovered from National Fried Chicken Day, today is a new reason to celebrate eating: it’s National French Fry Day. Check out some of the craziest fries around Denver (and no, this is not a dare to see how many you can try).
WASHINGTON – Almost everywhere you turn, it seems like people have their eyes glued to smartphone screens playing Pokemon Go.
A vigil for Cole Sukle, the 14-year-old who died after being struck by an 81-year-old driver last week, is set for 7 p.m. Friday.
A funeral mass is scheduled for 10 a.m.
Talking with elderly parents about when to stop driving can be a difficult conversation. But the deadly situation an 81-year-old Denver woman now finds herself in could serve as a cautionary tale.
The training for Denver Sheriff Department deputies on how to deal with inmates in crisis is nerve-wracking.
Actors wearing jail uniforms scream in hysterics, flail and even stuff wads of tissue up their noses to simulate real life inside a detention center.
If you cursed, honked or otherwise felt your adrenaline coursing during rush hour traffic today, you’re not alone.
Ninety-two percent of sexual assault victims at the University of Colorado did not report their assaults to the university or police, primarily because they didn’t think it was serious enough or because they blamed themselves for what happened.
Just by eating a free scoop of ice cream, you can raise $1 for the Salvation Army of Denver.
Trevor Thomas and his guide dog and thru-hiking companion Tennille have returned to Colorado to finish a segment of The Colorado Trail that they were unable to complete last summer.
Tweet at Danika and Hayley with your spots.
You don’t need your Game Boy Color anymore. Pokémon Go, the augmented-reality game by Niantic that lets users catch Pikachu and Eevee while walking down the street, dropped in the U.S.
The 81-year-old woman accused of careless driving in a crash last week that left a 14-year-old boy dead was a longtime active trustee at the University of Denver.
Patricia Livingston was a part of the university for more than three decades, DU says.
AURORA — Dave Schow wasn’t at the Aurora theater when the lives of 12 people were taken. Neither were his friends or family. But he went to the 7/20 Memorial Foundation’s ice cream social to donate his time and Kona shaved-ice truck, anyway.
DENVER — Police departments across the country are ordering officers to pair up after ambush attacks left eight officers dead in Texas and Louisiana, a precaution that could slow response times to low-level crimes and drive up overtime for already exhausted police.
WESTMINSTER — Commuter rail in the metro area will head in a new direction when the 6.2-mile B-Line opens later this month, bringing for the first time a swath of Denver’s northern suburbs into the region’s burgeoning transit network.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — On an unusually cool night for summer, Mike Perry and his crew thread the sidewalks running through the Stapleton Houses, tracked by police cameras bolted to the apartment blocks and positioned atop poles.
Denver Zoo’s lion pride doubled in size Wednesday with the addition of four 1-year-old male lion cubs from a zoo in Kansas.
The cubs, Kito, Bahati, Usiku and Jasiri, were born May 17, 2015 at the Lee Richardson Zoo in Garden City, Kansas.
Rare, vintage World War II planes have landed in Colorado as part of The Wings of Freedom Tour — but they’ll be taking off soon.
NEDERLAND — As Pam Harrington prepared to flee approaching flames from the Cold Springs fire on Saturday afternoon, she suddenly looked up to see a wall of black smoke before her.
A graphic video posted online shows a sports utility vehicle colliding with and tossing a moose last weekend on a highway north of Silverthorne.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife says the crash happened on Colorado 9 in an area that has a high risk for wildlife encounters.