Parents Get 10 Years For Son's MalnourishmentA Colorado couple has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for allowing their blind and autistic son to become so severely malnourished that he nearly died and doctors likened him to a concentration camp survivor.
Teen Waits For New Heart, Latest In Family With Incurable DiseaseA teenager from New Mexico is waiting in Colorado for a heart transplant. The operation is the only thing that will allow him to lead a normal life.
Identical Twins With Identical Kidney Disease Urge Coloradans To Become Living DonorsIdentical twins from Thornton share an identical problem. Both suffer from a rare disease that has led to kidney failure.
Teen With Cystic Fibrosis Makes Cards To Help Find A CureDoctors say the average life expectancy of a patient with cystic fibrosis (CF) is about 40 years. A teenager from Aspen with CF isn't wasting any time helping find a cure.
Fundraiser Raises A Lot Of Money For Young Crash VictimThere was a huge turnout at a fundraiser for a brave little girl on Friday.
Young Patients Get Chance To Hit The Ice With DU Hockey PlayersSome deserving kids got a chance to hit the ice with members of the University of Denver hockey team.
Ski Lift Where Women Fell To Death Remains ClosedInvestigators continue to investigate how a Texas woman fell to her death from a chairlift at Ski Granby Ranch on Thursday. The lift will remain closed during the investigation.
Ski Area's Chairlift Remains Shut Down As Fatal Fall InvestigatedInvestigators were trying to determine Friday how a Texas woman fell to her death from a chairlift at a small Colorado ski resort, the first fatal fall in the state in over a decade.
Children's Hospital Patients Get New Bikes, HelmetsSome patients at the Children's Hospital received an early Christmas present on Tuesday.
Santa Claus Makes 'Virtual' Visit To Young Patients In HospitalThe holidays can be a tough time for young patients in the hospital as many times they are too sick to visit Santa Claus.
Big, Bad Bikers Show Their Soft Spot For KidsThe boys and girls at Children's Hospital got a little holiday cheer after toys were dropped off by Santa Claus, firefighters and more than 1,000 Harley-Davidson riders.
Superheroes Bring Smiles To Young PatientsSuperheroes rappelled down the side of the Children's Hospital in Aurora on Thursday, much to the delight of several young patients inside.