DENVER - February is National Eating Disorder Awareness month. This month is used to bring awareness to a variety of disorders, including anorexia and bulimia, which affect millions.
HIGHLANDS RANCH - The Halloween stores around Denver must love a man who lives for Halloween night in October.
KUSA - Three Loveland schools have been placed on lockdown while authorities search for at least one suspect in a shooting.
Last Updated By Meteorologist Marty Coniglio
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy, light winds, mild and dry. Overnight lows will be from 27 to 32 degrees.
KUSA - Schools across Colorado are taking action after a 9Wants to Know investigation.
AURORA - Five convicted prisoners were released from a holding facility in Aurora on Monday.
KUSA - After two nights of Blind Auditions ultra-competitive nature of
the coaches is bringing another level of entertainment.
ASPEN - Four days after a woman in Aspen was found, a couple in their 60s is under arrest and accused of planning her murder.
KUSA - One person was killed in two-vehicle crash U.S. Highway 36 Monday afternoon.
KUSA - The award-winning news and information you've grown to trust from Colorado's news leader is getting a new look online.
AIR FORCE ACADEMY - The Air Force Academy is investigating whether 40 freshman cadets cheated in a chemistry class.
KUSA - Monday is the scheduled arraignment for Terrance Roberts.
LAKEWOOD - Two men have been arrested in connection to the murder of an elderly victim in Lakewood.
CONSUMER REPORTS - Trans fat was once a staple in fried foods, baked goods, and margarine. Now many foods have been reformulated and tout "zero grams of trans fat per serving."
DENVER (AP) - A longtime spokesman for the Denver Police Department is being transferred to a new job amid an investigation into unspecified allegations of misconduct.
USA TODAY - Some delegates to the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa may still remember the hours they spent waiting for buses and shuttling to their faraway hotels, but those glitches serve as a lesson to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.
DENVER - Insurance companies are trying to find out how many drivers are responsible for Saturday's pileup on Interstate 25.
WESTMINSTER - An elderly man was injured after being struck by a school bus Monday morning, according to Westminster Police.
WELD COUNTY - A man was found unresponsive at a water storage and pump station on Monday near WCR 40 and 57 near Keenesburg.
KUSA - Denver is the eighth best American city to find a job, according a report from WalletHub.com. WalletHub is a personal finance social network.
KUSA - Former congressman Bob Beauprez will file as a candidate for Governor of Colorado on Monday, becoming the eighth GOP candidate in the field hoping to challenge Gov. John Hickenlooper (D-Colorado.)
KUSA - The preparation for Mardi Gras is starting. Monday morning, 9NEWS showed everyone how to bring a little slice of New Orleans to Denver with some Louisiana-style cooking.
KUSA - Ask the Experts of Children's Hospital Colorado your home safety
questions about marijuana edibles, prescription medications, guns, and
household chemicals Monday from 9am -4 pm at childrenscolorado.tumblr.com.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Winter kept its icy hold on much of the country Monday, with snow falling and temperatures starting to plummet from the Mid-Atlantic states up to the East Coast.
DENVER (AP) - This week's Bill To Watch in the Colorado Legislature.
KUSA - The Olympics may be finished, but Sochi still has its time in the spotlight.
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Michael Van Gilder, a former CEO of his family's Denver insurance business, has agreed to surrender insider-trading profits and pay penalties to settle a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission civil case against him, according to settlement terms disclosed this week.
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - If you've ever gone on a run, you know one of the best things is the meal at the end. Truly, nothing is more satisfying after pounding the pavement for miles on end than a cheese-filled omelet or a warm blueberry muffin.
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - The leaders of three of Colorado's biggest energy companies were initially skeptical about forming a small working group that included state regulators and a national environmental advocacy group to craft the state's new rules, lauded as the strictest in the nation, to cut air pollution from oil and gas operations.