Denver News from 9News 4+

Breaking news & video

Tegna Inc.

    • 4.7 • 46.7K Ratings
    • Free


Stay up-to-date with the latest news and weather in Denver on the all-new 9NEWS app from KUSA.

Our app features the latest breaking news that impacts you and your family, interactive weather and radar, and live video from our newscasts and local events.

• Receive real-time notifications for breaking news
• Read the latest news as it happens in your area
• Explore exclusive investigative stories
• Browse photos, news clips, and raw video

• Daily and hourly forecasts for your city
• The latest forecasts from our meteorologists
• Interactive radar maps
• Automated hyperlocal severe weather alerts

• Watch live video newscasts and breaking news from 9NEWS

• Discover and dive into topics that matter to you
• Favorite topics to receive personalized updates

Other Features:
• Share stories & videos directly with your friends and family
• See the latest updates and behind the scenes photos from your favorite anchors and reporters
• Get information on school delays & closings as they happen
• Cast videos and livestreams directly to your TV or streaming device, so you can lean back and enjoy your favorite programming on your biggest screen.

This is the official app of KUSA and, the NBC affiliate serving the Denver, Colorado area.

Got feedback? Let us know how we can make this the best app experience for you! Send us a note at

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What’s New

Version 46.2.1

Bug Fixes and Improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
46.7K Ratings

46.7K Ratings

motherDavis ,

Above all others

I like 9NEWS over others because there is a level of professionalism the other news channels don’t seem to have. They always look like they are dressing for a formal dinner party, and conduct themselves with professionalism and diplomacy even during simple banter between stories. I have yet to see that anywhere else either here in Colorado or abroad. Our other local networks only wish they can achieve that, so all that is left at the end of their day is to brag about the stories they cover. 9NEWS’ achievements needs no bragging rights. They simply speak for themselves.

Slb530 ,

HATE the new app- all looks, little substance.

I hate the new app. If you’re just three or four minutes late logging on to watch live stream, you can’t watch it at all— it doesn’t show up. Worse yet, you can’t even locate live stream on the website when you’re late. At that point, my only option is to watch on a cable box, and I don’t generally have access to one, so my only option is to watch another network.

Another big problem: I always used to check the weather on the app several times a day, especially in the winter, because I commute over an hour each way and I found that your weather forecasting was most accurate as to what conditions I was heading into. I frequently travel from Centennial to Fort Collins and out east to the Hudson/Keenesburg area and conditions vary wildly in an area that large. The redesign eliminated the most helpful info— precipitation graphs. Also, I drive through eight to ten big cities very regularly so why on earth am I limited to only five now? And what is the point in forcing me to “edit” and change priority cities to see the weather in different areas? How can you say that the weather forecast is where ever you are if I am in way more than five cities?

Bottom line: while the graphics on the new app are a big improvement, it was rolled out WAY too soon. It is mostly looks with very little substance, and I am going to have to find another network to watch most of the time until this app becomes more useable.

Wulfryder ,


I’ve watched 9News since the days when there were anchor reporters like Carl Akers. They were true journalists who reported facts and data, not feelings and propaganda; when there was a distinct line between reporting and editorializing.

We stopped watching TV almost ten years ago. Our news comes from sources we trust to be the least biased and who report discovered, fully substantiated facts, not opinion or here say.

I use the 9News App. for two reasons; consistent and well researched weather reporting and local high school / college sports reports. In my opinion, the rest of the reporting is, for the most part, laundered, sanitized, propagandized verbage and rhetoric that appeals to the emotions. There is little or no basis on fact, logic and research that is unbiased and well documented.

There is a real problem with the live feed. It shuts down for no apparent reason, sometimes right in the middle of a report.

Finally, how many times do you think I really want to hear or watch canned fillers about some jack wagon who decided to travel the US to play miniature golf. Or, listen to the tedious, emotional story of two cancer survivors second wedding?

And I am truly fed up with the overblown, politically whitewashed coverage of a pro football team whose players rank third in the number of arrests within the NFL? Why is that fact not reported?

App Privacy

The developer, Tegna Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Search History
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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