Posted: 06/01/2006 - Hurricane season starts today amid questions about the nation's readiness for another big storm. The pressure is on for New Orleans residents who are still putting new roofs on houses wrecked by Katrina last summer.
Posted: 06/01/2006 - The crew of the international space station has to do some improvising for today's planned spacewalk. Russian commander Pavel Vinogradov and American Jeff Williams will be doing a series of housekeeping tasks during the six-hour excursion
Posted: 06/01/2006 - American troops in Iraq will be getting additional training on moral and ethical standards on the battlefield. The order from the top U.S. general in Iraq comes as the military looks into whether Marines intentionally killed unarmed Iraqi civilians.
Posted: 06/01/2006 - Students at Indiana's Taylor University are grieving for a friend they thought was alive -- but turns out to have died in an interstate crash.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - After graduation, Secretary Donald Rumsfeld headed over US Northern Command to meet with homeland defense leaders.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - The Canon City teacher accused of sexually assaulting underage boys made her first appearance in Fremont County Court Wednesday afternoon. Police say they found evidence including notes and pornography in 33-year-old Jennie Overstreet's home that led to her arrest.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - Two Fort Carson Soldiers killed May 15th in Iraq are remembered in a memorial ceremony on the Mountain Post.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - Federal safety officials say automakers are sharply improving the rollover risks for sport utility vehicles.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - The Air Force now has nearly 900 new officers.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - A new survey shows American workers are more confident about their job security than they were six months ago. Right Management says it found more than 80 percent of workers believe there's little to no chance they could lose their job in the coming year, five percent more than answered that way six months ago.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - Longtime NBC "Today" show host Katie Couric is saying goodbye today after a 15 year run. She'll be anchoring the evening news on CBS.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - The Arapahoe County Coroner has determined that Shely Lowe, a key figure in the disappearance of Aarone Thompson, died of severe heart disease. A coroner's report said obesity contributed to her death May 12th.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - A 31-year-old woman remains at the Jefferson County Jail today after police say she tried to run over an officer during a traffic stop. Westminster police say officers stopped Jackie Douglas yesterday morning.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld is in Colorado today to address cadets at the Air Force Academy's graduation at Falcon Stadium.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - The Denver Broncos will start its two-week team camp today. The camp is slated to through June Eighth.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - Tests are being performed on human remains that were found on Memorial Day near Radum along the Colorado River.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - The state will be keeping a closer eye on sexually violent predators under legislation that was signed by Governor Bill Owens. The governor yesterday signed five bills are also intended to crack down on identification theft and mortgage fraud.
Posted: 05/31/2006 - A federal hearing is slated to be held today on what caused a steel girder on a bridge to collapse, killing a Colorado family in 2004.
Posted: 05/30/2006 - It's been a law in Colorado for almost a year, but State Troopers say, most drivers are still not yielding to stationary emergency vehicles. From a crash site on I-25 Tuesday, Colorado State Trooper David Conway said his job becomes even more dangerous when drivers do not yeild to the farthest lane from where he is stopped.
Posted: 05/30/2006 - Five bills designed to be tough on criminals in Colorado are now law. One requires authorities to tell you about sexually violent predators living in your neighborhood.
Posted: 05/30/2006 - Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld will speak at the graduation.
Posted: 05/30/2006 - Colorado has the eighth-highest rate of motorcycle deaths in the country, and it's the only state in the top ten without a helmet law. Between 2000 and 2004, Colorado's death rate was 1.8 per 100,000 people.