Sgt. Sean Renfro and his friend pulled over on U.S. 285 in Jefferson County to assist a woman, her brother and her infant son who had wrecked their car during poor weather on Saturday night.
While most weather headlines in early January involve cold, wind or snow, this week features everything from a rare thunderstorm to record high air pressure.
Jefferson County deputies are mourning the loss of one of their own after an accident on a slick highway near Conifer Saturday afternoon.
Chilly temperatures remain after a snowstorm brought sub-freezing temperatures and several bad traffic accidents over the weekend.
Authorities in Utah say a 70-year-old hiker collapsed and died in Canyonlands National Park in spite of his daughter’s attempts to revive him.
All schools are back open in Jefferson County after a teacher sick out closed two schools last week.
There’s no school for Standley Lake High School or Conifer High School on Friday.
People impacted by a 2012 Colorado wildfire started by the state have gotten their compensation payments from the government.
A woman sustained injuries after being attacked by a bear in Aspen early Sunday morning, an SUV owner found his vehicle damaged, and a bear was put down in Fruita Sunday night.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law that increases firefighter safety.