KMGH: Denver City Leaders Look For Ways To Bring People Back Downtown
Officials are asking businesses to bring employees back into the office to support shops and restaurants downtown.
Anheuser-Busch discontinues Clydesdale tail docking
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals called for the practice to be stopped earlier this year.
Family sues Google Maps after man drove off collapsed bridge
The lawsuit claims the bridge had been collapsed for nine years but Google Maps never updated its navigation system.
White House announces American Climate Corps job training program
The American Climate Corps aims to train American workers to improve U.S. resilience and prepare them for climate-related careers.
Trump says he advocated for autoworkers, union leaders disagree
Union leadership cite unfavorable rulings from the nation’s top labor board and the Supreme Court under Trump, as well as unfulfilled promises.
1 dead after bus carrying high school students veers off NY highway
The wreck happened on Interstate 84 in the town of Wawayanda, about 45 miles northwest of New York City.
Millions of Americans have nicotine in their body and don't know it
The findings suggest 56 million Americans are unknowingly and routinely exposed to toxic secondhand smoke.