Todd Helton’s second coming? Rockies rookie Michael Toglia isn’t there yet. But his glovework vs. Milwaukee was awfully close.

The gloves? The glove’s almost there. Michael Toglia’s most Todd Helton-esque moment came at the top of the second inning Monday at Coors Field, on a ball that left Jace Peterson’s bat the way the funny cars left the line at Bandimere. While Toglia, the Rockies’ rookie first baseman, held Milwaukee’s Kolten Wong at the … Read more

Denver housing market sees significant shift, but still not a buyer’s market

DENVER — The pendulum is swinging in the Denver metro housing market, now favoring buyers more than it has the past two years. Inventory is up 17% from this time last year, and houses stayed on the market an average of 25 days in August, according to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR). It’s … Read more

Chipotle Mexican Grill tests spicy chicken al pastor in two markets

Chipotle Mexican Grill is testing Chicken Al Pastor Source: Chipotle Mexican Grill Chipotle Mexican Grill is cranking up the heat on its grilled chicken. The restaurant chain said Tuesday it’s testing a new chicken al pastor menu item in 94 restaurants across the Denver and Indianapolis regions. The al pastor option is spicier than Chipotle’s … Read more

IlllumiNative Bringing All-Indigenous Drag Show to Charlie’s Denver

The term “wagon burners” references Indigenous people who burned the wagons of colonizers to protest the violent occupation of their ancestral lands. So when IllumiNative, a social and racial justice organization founded and led by Native women, decided to host a drag show highlighting Native drag artists, Wagon Burners seemed like an appropriate name for … Read more

How much does it cost to travel full time? Here’s what one couple pays

Ernestas Tyminas field “stuck” in his role as a marketing manager at a newspaper in Colorado Springs, Colorado. So he requested two months off to backpack through Asia, he said, landing in Beijing in January 2019. “On the first day … I meet this one,” he said, gesturing to Darina Karpitskaya, sitting by his side. … Read more

Woman who fell to her death after Kenny Chesney concert at Empower Field at Mile High Stadium identified

Colorado authorities have identified the woman who plunged to her death after Kenny Chesney’s Denver concert. Jimi Goodman, 48, died after falling from an escalator at the Empower Field at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colo. just before 11 pm on July 30. Police say Goodman was sitting on the railing before falling. She was … Read more

Auraria Campus evacuated as “potential threat” is investigated

Officials shut down Denver’s Auraria Campus due to a “potential threat” on Friday. The three-school campus — home to the University of Colorado Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver and Community College of Denver — wrote on Twitter that the threat is being investigated and asked people to “please remain calm and leave campus.” Denver … Read more

WEATHER FORECAST: 90 degrees with a 20% chance of thunderstorms

DENVER (KDVR) — The Pinpoint Weather Team is forecasting a dry start to Wednesday with a 20% chance of afternoon thunderstorms across the Front Range. Highs will hit around 90. Conditions in the mountains start dry with a 20-40% chance of afternoon thunderstorms. Forecast precipitation chances next 7 days in Denver. The Pinpoint Weather Team … Read more

The Best Beer Crawls in Colorado

Welcome to beer crawl season. As summer moves into fall, the perfect weather emerges for weekend beer crawls. When linking breweries throughout the day, it’s important to have good food nearby, a short distance between stops and at least four solid breweries to choose from. Here are the five best beer crawls in Colorado, with … Read more