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Thousands of Hummingbirds Set to Visit Colorado During Spring Mig...

The beautiful, busy little birds will be fluttering into Colorado by mid-April.

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Aspen Music Festival Announces In-Person...

After having to cancel last summer's in-person season amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Aspen Music Festival and School recently announced a 52-day lineup for July and August 2021. The festival dates line up with its 72nd anniversary season.

The Pikes Peak Cog Railway Is Reopening ...

It's official! The famous railway is opening in May after closing for refurbishment in 2017.

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OCN Eats & OCN Street Team Get a Taste of Korea Town in Aurora

Get schooled on Aurora's Koreatown as the OCN gets a culture lesson and authentic Korean cuisine on their tour of H mart and Mr. Bakery.

Food & Drink
Disney's 'The Lion King' Is Reopening De...

Start practicing your songs and save the date; DCPA reopens with live Broadway shows this season!

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You No Longer Have to Wear Face Masks Ou...

Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties lifted outdoor mask usage requirements for public spaces.

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Summer Reservations for Aspen's Maroon Bells Begins April 12

Plan now to explore the great outdoors in Aspen this summer. Reservations are required to see the iconic and picturesque Maroon Bells.

Red Rocks Is Opening at 2,500 Capacity i...

The music venue could be allowed to sell more tickets as COVID-19 numbers improve.

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Memorial Keepsakes of King Soopers Shoot...

The growing memorial at the King Soopers where 10 people were killed in a mass shooting is being archived by the museum to preserve the stories and keepsakes.

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Get Ready to Ride! Elitch Gardens to Reopen May 1

Elitch Gardens will operate at 18 percent capacity with new safety measures in place.

Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks Amph...

The traditional Red Rock's Easter Sunday sunrise service will once again go virtual this year. Easter service is a virtual gathering due to COVID-19 concerns.

Easter Sunrise on Skis at 11,200 Feet, N...

With the moon cycles ever in favor of Colorado Easter sunrises, anyone can experience this moonlit/sunrise adventure as long as you're willing and able to go for a 4-mile ski trek at 0-dark-thirty.

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State Articles
The 411 on Rattlesnakes in Colorado

Watch your step! Rattlesnakes—Colorado's only venomous snake species—are slithering their way out and onto our trails, in our backyards, and practically anywhere else they can reach.

Home & Garden
Attention, 'Clerks' Fans! Kevin Smith Is Bringing 'Mooby's' Fast-...

If you're a fan of "Jay and Silent Bob," "Clerks," and "Dogma," you're gonna love this new pop-up experience coming to Denver this spring. This event is endorsed by Kevin Smith himself and it's set to open on Friday, May 28. It will run through Sunday, June 6.

Peña Boulevard Closing 3 Separate Times ...

A section of inbound Peña Boulevard at Jackson Gap Street will be closed to allow crews to work on a new project, which consists of installing a large overhead sign. We've included a map of how traffic will be rerouted on those 3 days.

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Stolen Hummer Found Containing $30,000 W...

A stolen hummer full of catalytic convertors, drugs, guns, and other illegal objects was recently discovered by an Adams County deputy on Sunday morning.

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6 Killed in Shooting at Birthday Party in Colorado Springs

A shooting took place on early Sunday morning in a Colorado Springs mobile home, when a man walked in, shot and killed six people, and then killed himself, said the Colorado Springs Police Department.

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Toxic Blue-Green Algae in Colorado: What...

With the rise of blue-green algae blooms in Colorado, and across the country, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is encouraging people (and their pets) to exercise caution at lakes and ponds this summer.

'Be Our Guest': 'Disney Princess – The C...

Celebrate the magical world of Disney with the ultimate princess experience! "Disney Princess – The Concert" is coming to Denver's Bellco Theatre at the Colorado Convention Center on March 22, 2022.

Ever Wonder Why Turbulence Is So Bad Flying In and Out of Denver?

If you have ever flown in or out of Denver, it’s likely you experienced a bit of turbulence during take-off, landing, or both. Colorado’s Rocky Mountains are among some of the worst places for turbulence in the country.

Different Types of Car Tires: Which Is R...

Do you know the differences in car tires? Check 'em out. Choosing the right type of tire is key.

Mother's Day Brunches Around Denver

Even if you've missed the chance to make dine-in reservations, some places have some killer to-go Mom's Day brunches and mimosa kits. It's never too late to make mom feel special!

Denver Dumb Friends League Offering 50% Off Dog Adoptions—This We...

Looking to add a furry member to your family? The Denver Dumb Friends League wants you to "spring into warmer weather with your new best pal" as they offer 50% off dog adoptions (1-year and older).

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What Is a Sushi Burrito and Why Are They...

Looking for a portable, filling, and healthy on-the-go meal? Give the sushi burrito a try.

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National Articles
Learn How to Crochet in 3 Easy Steps

All you need to learn how to crochet is yarn, a crochet hook, and a willingness to try. This textile art is one of the easiest to pick up, and before you know it, you'll be making all sorts of cool crafts.

Home & Garden
Recipe: Coffee, Chocolate, and Pecan Ban...

This caffeine-infused banana bread is the perfect addition to a lazy Sunday breakfast.

8 Natural Ways to Control Seasonal Allergies

Here we go again: it's allergy season. But before you reach for that over-the-counter or doctor-prescribed medication, let’s discuss what causes allergies and what the best way is to naturally control them!

China Tourist Left Clinging to Shattered...

Wellness: What to Do About Bug Bites Thi...

The incessant itching, the unsightly redness – Bug bites are always a downside to enjoying the outdoors in warm weather.

Krispy Kreme Debuts Special Graduation Dozen, Free for Graduates

Graduation season is in full swing and Krispy Kreme is helping those well-deserving graduates celebrate. Now through May 16, Krispy Kreme locations around the U.S. will be selling a special graduates dozen that features several flavors emblazoned with "2021."

Products & Promotions
US Mint Selects Maya Angelou and Sally R...

With the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment's passage in mind, the U.S. Mint is honoring incredible women through a line of quarters. Maya Angelou and Sally Ride will kick off the American Women Quarters Program slated to go into motion next January.

National News
Taste Test Chronicles: Chocolate From Ar...

Don't skip the imported food aisle next time you want a chocolate fix. Some of these international treats are downright delicious!

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5 Last-Minute Tax Tips

The tax deadline is May 17—there's still time. Here are some tax tips that'll want to know for either personal or small business.

TikTok's Viral Ramen Hack Gives Your Noo...

The internet is full of fun ideas for doctoring up ramen. The latest trend creates a creamy, savory broth out of a few basic ingredients.

Panic at the Gas Station: Fuel Shortage ...

The shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline is causing panic along the southeast and people are flocking to gas stations while several governors are declaring a state of emergency.

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Voluntary Recall of Ruffles Brand Chips Affects 9 States

Frito Lay recalled some chips sold at Sam's Club throughout the U.S.

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