Mother Of Murder Victim: 'He Touched So Many Lives'Two weeks after a deadly home invasion in Denver the main suspect was arrested a thousand miles away in Torrance, California.
Deadly Shooting Suspect At Restaurant Appears In Court, Victim IdentifiedPolice believe Louis Joseph Sebastian, 33, of Boulder shot and killed a man in the Bramble & Hare on the Pearl Street Mall on Monday.
Couple Makes Coaching For CU Work On & Off The CourtUniversity of Colorado coaches JR Payne and Toriano Towns have made it work by working with one another -- on and off the court.
Police: Man Lived In Illegal Shack On Aspen Mountain, Stole Ski GearA man is in custody for allegedly stealing expensive ski gear and then selling it online.
Man Suffering From Dementia Leaves Wife At Gas StationAuthorities would like the public's help locating a man they say suffers from dementia who left his wife at a convenience store in Eagle Saturday morning.
Bank Robber Who Told Teller 'Don't Be A Dead Hero' SentencedA California man found guilty of a bank robbery in Limon has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.
Colorado's Newest Controversial Pot Shop Tied To Strip Club And MayorColorado's newest pot shop has some wondering whether strippers and weed are too closely aligned on a busy highway just east of downtown Denver.
Santa Clara Weather Looking Great For SundayWeather on Super Bowl Sunday looks about as perfect as it gets in Santa Clara, CA.
Broncos Fan Who Needs Lung Transplant Cheers On Team At Sea LevelJessica Del Toro's family and friends are supporting her as she awaits a lung transplant.
NFL Dreams For T.J. Ward, C.J. Anderson Began In The Bay AreaWith Super Bowl 50 taking place in the San Francisco Bay area, the game is a homecoming of sorts for some players on the Broncos roster.
Both Broncos, Panthers Fly Players On IR To Super BowlThe Denver Broncos arrived in the Bay Area on Sunday for Northern California's first Super Bowl since 1985, followed soon after by the Carolina Panthers.
Super Bowl 50: Residents List Rentals At Super-Sized PricesIn the San Francisco Bay Area, where high housing costs are notorious, residents looking to make a quick buck are offering to rent their homes at super-sized prices to the 1 million visitors expected for Super Bowl 50 festivities.