American Red Cross
The latest in the mine spill into the Animas River:
Cottonwood Lake campground was evacuated on Thursday after six mudslides cut off the road leading to the grounds.
The American Red Cross hosted its first Giving Day on Tuesday to raise money for disasters relief and also give people an idea of what happens in the day in the life of the local Red Cross.
In an effort to reduce deaths and injuries from home fires, the American Red Cross on Saturday went to neighborhoods in the Denver metro area and installed free smoke detectors.
Two American Red Cross workers from Colorado are on their way to California to help communities affected by wildfires.
A local Red Cross volunteer will go to Washington state to help the area reeling from a series of wildfires.
Eight people were taken to the hospital early Monday when a fire broke out in Centennial at an apartment complex.
“Sandless” sandbags are helping communities across Colorado prepare for the possibility of flooding.
It’s the scanner traffic no one ever wants to hear: an active shooter is in a school, followed by “This is not a drill.”
Every year the American Red Cross trains thousands people to do CPR. It’s a lesson Denver resident Douglas Schillinger learned several decades ago.