Firefighters Find Surprise Donation During 'Fill The Boot' CampaignA wedding ring is back with its owner after it accidentally wound up inside a firefighter boot.
1 Critical After Roof CollapsesOne person is in critical condition after a roof collapsed at a building near the town of Elizabeth.
Wounded War Hero's New Battlefield Is Cyberspace, New Enemy Is Child PredatorsA Colorado man who paid a very high price for his country in combat and is now a hero again. He's part of a program called H-E-R-O Human Exploitation Rescue Operative -- or HERO.
Fire Destroys Home In ElizabethFire destroyed a home in Elizabeth on Monday evening.
3 Grass Fires On Tuesday Could Be Sign Of Things To ComeThree brush fires ignited Tuesday afternoon proving it does not take much to spark flames in Colorado.
Powerful Storm Does Damage In Eastern ColoradoDamaging hail and funnel clouds swept through Colorado as severe weather threatened several areas Monday night.
Tennis Ball-Sized Hailstones Damage Cars, HomesA massive complex of supercell thunderstorms rolled through Elbert County Wednesday evening and produced hailstones that were nearly as big as tennis balls.
'Amazing Horse' Rescued From Septic Tank Put Down Due To InjuriesA horse that was rescued after falling through a protected septic tank near Elizabeth on Tuesday morning had to be put dow
Horse Rescued From Septic TankA horse was rescued after falling through an unprotected septic tank near Elizabeth on Tuesday morning.
Officials Search For Owner Of Horses Involved In Car CrashEarly Thursday morning an accident occurred involving a vehicle and four horses that had wandered on to Highway 86 at Cherokee Trail, just west of Elizabeth.
9 Deer Killed By Hunters In Culling Program In ElizabethOfficials say nine deer were killed in Elizabeth last hunting season as part of a program to manage the population of the animals in the small town southeast of Denver.
Unique Terrain Is Why Front Range Snow Totals Often VaryWhen you're a meteorologist in Colorado, making a snow forecast can be a tough chore, especially along the Front Range.