The West’s Largest Coal-Fired Power Plant Is Closing. What About Colorado’s Coal Power Stations?
With natural gas remaking the energy landscape, here's Colorado's remaining coal-fired power plants in one map.
Mother of Baby Doe sentenced to time served, probation
The mother of a 2-year-old girl who became known as Baby Doe after her remains washed up on a Boston Harbor island has been sentenced to time served and two years of probation for her role in...
FULL NEWSCAST: 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS at 10 Saturday
Watch the full 10 p.m. newscast from Saturday, Feb. 11, on demand...
NTSB responds to reports of two plane crashes in Southcentral on Saturday
The National Transportation Safety Board is responding to two separate incidents reported within hours of each other Saturday afternoon.
Tesla CEO takes advertising advice from Sterling Heights fifth grader
It's not out of the ordinary for a child to write a letter to someone famous, but most letters don't have the same result as one recently written by a Sterling Heights fifth grader.
Bismarck Marathon update
The rain cleared up a lot of the severe haze but we are still at a lower air quality than normal.
‘Flip or Flop’ star facing backlash after ‘inappropriate’ bikini picture
DURHAM COUNTY, N.C. -- "Flip or Flop" star Christina El Moussa is facing backlash for a photo she posted on Instagram Thursday afternoon. El Moussa made headlines last year when she and her husband and co-star Tarek El Moussa decided to split. The photo shows El Moussa and her daughter wearing bathing suits for LSpace by Monica Wise, a swimwear line. She's also holding a French Bulldog.
Store closings 2017
JCPenney plans to shutter as many as 140 stores in the coming months, the latest traditional retailer to announce closings. Here are other notable store closings in 2017.
State Police: Inmate transport officer accused of rape
An inmate transport officer is now charged with rape.
Here’s what Trump’s budget proposes to cut
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President Donald Trump unveiled his first budget blueprint on Thursday, and to offset increases in defense spending, the President is proposing $54 billion in cuts to large parts of the federal government and popular programs big and small. Trump's budget would cut off funding entirely for several agencies, including arts, public broadcasting and development groups, and also proposes steep cuts to agencies like the State Department and Environmental Protection Agency.