Following a Nov. 17, 2010, car wreck on Colorado Highway 86, doctors drilled a hole into then 19-year-old Hailey Misheff’s skull and induced a medical coma to reduce swelling in her brain.
A drunk driver in Alaska who struck a couple from Littleton has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
The aunt of a woman injured in the Aurora movie theater shooting told reporters Monday her niece is fully aware of the fact that her daughter was killed and is relying on lots of love from her family.
It was an inspiring day on the water Friday for dozens of patients from Craig Hospital.
Craig Hospital has unveiled a device to help paralyzed patients walk again. The rehabilitation hospital in Englewood is the first center to buy the robot.
Valuable parts have been stolen from restrooms across the Denver metro area and then cashed in for money. Now investigators say they know who is responsible.
The man accused of running over a Colorado couple in Alaska is now charged with drunk driving and felony assault.
A new technology at Craig Hospital is giving those usually bound to a wheelchair a chance to walk again. It’s called “eLEGS.”
Rep. Diana DeGette has re-introduced new legislation for stem cell research.
Things are slowly getting more normal in former University of Denver hockey player Jesse Martin’s life.