Fans Of 'The Boss' Amazed After Meeting Him At Tattered CoverMore than 1,000 people in Denver got to spend a little time with a rock legend on Tuesday as Bruce Springsteen was in town for a meet-and-greet to celebrate the release of his new book.
Cancer Patient Ecstatic Over Special Visit From Denver BroncosThere was an outbreak of Broncos Fever at the University of Colorado Hospital on Tuesday as several players and cheerleaders took time to visit patients.
Mother Gives Baby Life TwiceIn this season of giving, Timothy Thomas Wahlquist got the gift of life.
Doctor Focuses On Heart Problems Affecting Cancer PatientsBattling cancer can be brutal for your heart. Some of the powerful cancer-fighting drugs can cause long-term cardiac problems. But at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, there is a specially-trained doctor who doesn't miss a beat.
Colorado’s First AIDS Baby Is Doctor’s MiracleA pediatrician from Children’s Hospital Colorado has compiled a book of medical miracles. It's called "Miracles We Have Seen, America's Leading Physicians Share Stories They Can't Forget."
Sizzling Hot Glass-Front Fireplaces Lead To Preventable Burns In ToddlersWith cold weather on the way, for many families that means turning on the gas fireplace. Now, Children's Hospital Colorado has a warning for parents before they flip the switch.
School Of Mines Researchers Invent Listeria DetectorResearchers at Colorado School of Mines have come up with a way to protect our food. Their invention can actually prevent the spread of foodborne diseases. It's a faster, easier way to detect Listeria bacteria.
Colorado Hispanic Republicans Believe Trump Will Help MinoritiesThe head of the Colorado Hispanic Republicans believes that Donald Trump will help minorities.
Colorado Trump Campaign: 'Numbers Are Good'The mood at the Republican election night headquarters in the Denver metro area was elated as returns came in in favor of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Feeling A Little Stress This Election Year? You're Not AloneIf you're feeling a little uneasy about the election, you're not alone. Surveys show most Americans are stressed out about this election.
Polio-Like Illness May Be Responsible For Boy's DeathThe Department of Health in Washington State is investigating a growing cluster of polio-like illness in children. It is the same illness seen in alarming numbers in Colorado in 2014.
Colorado Family Struggles With Juvenile ArthritisWe commonly think of arthritis as a problem developed as people age, but according to the Arthritis Foundation, nearly 300,000 babies and children in the U.S. are living with some form of the joint disease.