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Live updates: Second Colorado snowstorm of the week hits Thursday
Northern Colorado is in for its second snowstorm of the week Thursday, which is expected to bring a general 1-5 inches of snow in the metro area and foothills starting during rush hour and continuing into the early afternoon. Follow live updates from the Denver7 team.

Another storm to bring snow to NE Colorado on Thursday
After Tuesdays snowstorm brought several inches of snow to the metro area and a heavy band dropped about 2 feet near Burlington in eastern Colorado, the area is in for another round on Thursday.

Snow totals for Jan. 24-25, 2022, snowstorm in Colorado
A snowstorm that is expected to bring 2-5 inches to most areas of the Front Range and the eastern plains has already dropped a few inches of snow around the area Tuesday morning.

Live updates: Snow expected to move through NE Colorado during morning rush hour
A snowstorm is expected to hit the Denver metro area and northern Colorado in earnest during the Tuesday morning rush hour, bringing inches of snow to the area throughout the day. Find live updates here.

Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for Jan. 24-Jan. 30, 2022
More than 1,185,800 people in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 54,800 have been hospitalized as of Sunday, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Denver metro area could see 3-6 inches of snow with incoming storm
A Winter Weather Advisory and Winter Storm Watch will cover much of the Front Range and eastern plains starting Monday evening due to a snowstorm that could make travel hazardous across the region.

Despite small accumulations, Friday's snowstorm will keep roads slick
A storm will roll across Colorado starting Thursday evening in the northern mountains, with light snowfall reaching the Denver metro area on Friday afternoon. It won't lead to any major accumulations, but it will likely keep roads slick.

Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for Jan. 17-Jan. 23, 2022
More than 1,103,000 people in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 53,200 have been hospitalized as of Sunday afternoon, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for Jan. 10-16, 2022
More than 1,040,500 people in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 52,400 have been hospitalized as of Monday, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Rep. Ed Perlmutter won't seek re-election for 7th Congressional District seat
Congressman Ed Perlmutter, the Democrat who represents Colorados 7th Congressional District, announced Monday he would not seek re-election for a ninth House term.

Wanted man arrested after allegedly setting fire to RV in Mesa County
A wanted man was arrested after he allegedly set fire to an RV Friday, according to the Mesa County Sheriff's Office.

Large trailer blocking traffic in Commerce City leads to recovery of stolen property
A large trailer blocking traffic led to the recovery of stolen property Friday, the Commerce City Police Department announced.

Denver increases fines for parking code violations beginning Feb. 1
Those who park illegally in Denver will face more expensive fines starting next month.

Aurora PD facing lawsuit over shooting that left man injured
The attorney for a 19-year-old who was wounded after he was shot by an officer in July 2021 has notified Aurora Police that he intends to file a lawsuit alleging that the officer acted improperly when he fired into a moving vehicle.

Rockies broadcaster Jenny Cavnar talks becoming first Colorado woman to win Sportscaster of the Year
Four years after becoming the first woman in a quarter century to call play-by-play for an M.L.B. game, Jenny Cavnar became the first woman to win Colorado's Sportscaster of the Year from the National Sports Media Association.

Denver's new opt-in emergency alerts system is live
As of Monday, people living in Denver can sign up for emergency alerts that they can receive as texts, emails and phone calls.

Colorado Board of Education denies Adams 14s request for a new manager
The Colorado State Board of Education on Friday denied Adams 14s request to select a new organization to manage the school district following the termination of MGT Consultings contract in April, saying members need more information.

Nominee for Denver Dept. of Safety's executive director position outlines priorities
Rising crime rates and the growing number of homeless encampments are two of the major issues Denver is facing. They're also the two priorities that the citys nominee for executive director of safety aims to tackle.

'Crazy Cat Lady' from Monument wins $12.5 million jackpot
The 'Crazy Cat Lady' will be going into pet stores with a much bigger budget than before.

Colorado State Patrol, Vitalant team up for virtual blood drive
The Colorado State Patrol is teaming up with Vitalant for a virtual blood drive to help combat the national blood shortage.

Greensky Bluegrass Continue Winter Tour with Guests Andy Hall and Andy Falco

Greensky Bluegrass continued their winter tour on Wednesday night, performing at The Flynn Theatre in Burlington, Vt., with guest opener The Infamous Stingdusters Andy Hall joining in during the latter part of the second set.  The show opened with Merely Avoiding, followed by a 17-minute rendition of All Four. Greensky Bluegrass continued with two tunes […]

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moe. Percussionist Jim Loughlin Shares Solo Album ‘Below the Surface’

Photo by Paul Citone moe.’s Jim Loughlin has shared his second-ever solo album, Below the Surface, which is now available to stream or buy on Bandcamp.com. The LP spans eight tracks which were all recorded and produced by Loughlin and his wife Brenda in their home studio. “Unlike my first EP this album was recorded, […]

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Tank and the Bangas Announce New LP ‘Red Balloon,’ Share Single “No ID”

Photo by Jeremy Tauriac Tank and the Bangas have announced they’ll release their third studio album, Red Balloon, on May 13. The LP was born out of a break from the group’s rigorous touring schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic and features unique observations on Black life in America and society’s ills. This has been […]

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Dark Star Orchestra Shares Lineup for 9th Annual Dark Star Jubilee

Dark Star Orchestra has shared the 2022 lineup for the 9th annual Dark Star Jubilee, from May 27 through 29 at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio.  Festival hosts, Dark Star Orchestra, will perform all three nights and have promised six total sets of Grateful Dead covers. Railroad Earth and Peter Rowan will play the beloved […]

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Joe Pascarell, Lead Singer and Co-Founder of The Machine, Dies

Photo via The Machine’s Instagram Joe Pascarell, lead singer and co-founder of The Machine, the oldest U.S. Pink Floyd tribute band, has died. The cause of death has not been released.  His bandmates shared the news via their Instagram page, It is with the most broken hearts that we announce the passing of our friend, […]

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Yonder Mountain String Band Cancel Dates Due to COVID-19 Exposure

Yonder Mountain String Band have announced due to a positive COVID-19 test within their touring crew they’ve decided to cancel a string of dates on their current tour. The dates affected by the cancellations include their Indiana show set for Jan. 27 through their would-be performance in Flagstaff, Ariz. on Feb. 6. “Nobody wanted this […]

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Watch Aaron Neville and Dirty Dozen Brass Band Perform “Stompin’ Ground”

Petaluma Records has released the official video for Stompin Ground featuring Aaron Neville and Dirty Dozen Brass Band. The recording is the second single to be released from the forthcoming soundtrack, Take Me To The River: New Orleans, due on April 1. Take Me To The River: New Orleans was directed by Martin Shore and […]

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Come Alive For Colorado Marshall Fire Benefit Concert Shares Lineup

Come Alive For Colorado, a benefit concert for the victims of the tragic Marshall Fire in Colorado will commence at Denver’s Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom, on Feb. 22. The event was organized by Ali Jay in partnership with Live For Live Music. Come Alive For Colorado will welcome over thirty musicians from a wide range of […]

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Ween Shares Austin and New Orleans Tour Dates

Photo by Lee Butterworth Weens upcoming April 2022 tour dates for shows in Austin, Texas and New Orleans have been confirmed. Mickey Dean Ween Melchiondo and Aaron Gene Ween Freeman will play at Austin’s Moody Amphitheater on April 28, and then head to New Orleans’ Orpheum Theater for the first weekend of New Orleans Jazz […]

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Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros Featuring The Wolfpack Postpone Kennedy Center Run

Bob Weir’s four-night run at Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center has been postponed. Instead of descending upon the stage on Feb. 9 to 13, 2022, Weir & Wolf Bros will perform their special string of shows with the National Symphony Orchestra on Oct. 5-9, 2022. Weir, drummer Jay Lane and bassist Don Was are still set […]

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How you can help the victims in the Denver-Lakewood mass shooting
The community is coming together after five people were killed and several others were injured, including a Lakewood police officer, in a shooting rampage in Denver and Lakewood Monday night. Here's how you can help the victims.

Like nobody youd ever met: Family, friends remember beloved victims killed in shootings Monday
Following multiple shootings Monday evening that ended with six people dead and three injured in Denver and Lakewood, family and friends are starting to share their beloved memories of the victims.

Gunman kills four, injures three in shooting spree
A gunman killed four people and injured three others, including a police officer, in a shooting spree that spanned across Denver and ended in Lakewood Monday night, police say.

Judge to reconsider trucker's 110-year sentence in January
Judge A. Bruce Jonesannounced during Monday's hearing that he would reconsider a new sentence for Rogel Aguilera-Mederos who was sentenced to 110 years in prison after he was found guilty of killing four people in a fiery crash in 2019 at a hearing on Jan. 13 at 1:30 p.m.

25 years later: Investigation into JonBent Ramsey's murder continues
Sunday marks 25 years since the day JonBent Patricia Ramsey, just 6 years old, was found dead in the basement of her family's home in Boulder. To date, nobody has been convicted of the crime, but theories have circulated for decades.

DA's office will ask court to reduce Rogel Aguilera-Mederos' sentence, hearing set for Monday
The Colorado First Judicial District Attorney's Office will ask the court to reduce a truck driver's 110-year sentence to 20-30 years at an upcoming sentence reconsideration hearing, the district attorney announced in a statement Thursday.

Kyle Rittenhouse found not guilty on all counts
A jury has found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all five counts charged against him.

Calmer conditions expected to help firefighters at Kruger Rock Fire
As firefighters continue to work around the Kruger Rock Fire near Estes Park, weather conditions have calmed down, bringing light snow, less wind and cooler temperatures to the area.

'South Park' creators ink deal to purchase Casa Bonita
Casa Bonita will soon, officially, be in the South Park creators hands.

CO advocates: Renewed interest in cases of missing Indigenous people should be a constant
Advocates of missing and murdered Indigenous women say recent renewed interest in their cases including the 6-month-old missing person case of Kim Lertjuntharangool in Greenwood Village shouldnt hinge on instances of missing white women.

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Weather Forecast
29 JAN 05:53 AM MST FOR 2 MILES S TINY TOWN CO

TODAY
SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 54. WEST WIND 5 TO 11 MPH BECOMING NORTH IN THE AFTERNOON. WINDS COULD GUST AS HIGH AS 18 MPH.
TONIGHT
MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH A LOW AROUND 25. WEST SOUTHWEST WIND AROUND 8 MPH.
SUNDAY
SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 52. WEST SOUTHWEST WIND 6 TO 8 MPH BECOMING NORTH NORTHWEST IN THE AFTERNOON.
SUNDAY NIGHT
MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH A LOW AROUND 22. WEST SOUTHWEST WIND 7 TO 14 MPH, WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 22 MPH.
MONDAY
MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 53. BREEZY, WITH A WEST SOUTHWEST WIND 13 TO 16 MPH, WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 25 MPH.
MONDAY NIGHT
PARTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 20.
TUESDAY
A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SNOW AFTER 11AM. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 31.
TUESDAY NIGHT
SNOW LIKELY. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 13.
WEDNESDAY
SNOW LIKELY, MAINLY BEFORE 11AM. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 17.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW BEFORE 11PM. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND -5.
THURSDAY
MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 21.
THURSDAY NIGHT
MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH A LOW AROUND 7.
FRIDAY
SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 34.

 
Current Conditions
  

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