Coroner: Driver In Fatal I-70 Wreck Was DrunkThe Jefferson County Coroner’s Office says toxicology results on Jeff Stumpf, the driver who crossed Interstate 70 into eastbound lanes killing a mother from Idaho Springs on July 30, was legally drunk.
RV Catches Fire On I-70, Causing ShutdownAn RV pulling a trailer with ATVs on it caught fire on Interstate 70 early Thursday afternoon, sending up a huge plume of black smoke.
Wildfires Force Cancellation Of Triple Bypass RideDue to wildfires on the ride route, the 29th annual Triple Bypass bicycle ride has been canceled.
Gunshots Don't Scare Off Mountain Lion Who Killed Pet GoatAn Evergreen resident is warning her neighbors to watch out after a mountain lion killed one of her pet goats.
Apparent Drug Bust By Troopers Along I-70There was an apparent drug bust along Interstate 70 in the high country after Colorado state troopers pulled over a car near El Rancho late Wednesday morning.
Couple Doesn't Let A Foot Of Snow Put Damper On Their Big DayWhat was expected to be a pretty, late spring wedding next to Evergreen Lake on Thursday wound up being a scene out of a winter wonderland instead.
Meeting Over Controversial Dog Park Closing Packed With Upset Pet OwnersDozens of people piled into a county commissioner's meeting Tuesday morning and pleaded for a popular dog park to be reopened.
Fuel Spills In One I-70 Crash, Semi Rolls Down Hill In AnotherIcy road conditions in Colorado's foothills are possibly to blame for two different serious semi crashes. All lanes of I-70 reopened several hours later.
Lawyer Pleads Guilty To Trying To Kill WifeA Clear Creek County man has pleaded guilty to trying to kill his wife.
Dog Park Prepares For Shutdown, Rally Planned For ProtestThe woman considered the founder of Evergreen's Elk Meadow Dog Park will start to prepare for it to shut down by pulling a sign in memory of her son.
Elk Meadow Dog Park Will Be Completely ClosedDespite a compromise plan designed to keep part of a popular dog park in Evergreen open, the entire park will be closed.
Wildfire Fears In Jefferson County: 'I've Never Seen A Winter Like This'With two more fires on the day before a Red Flag Warning goes into effect, residents in the Jefferson County foothills are concerned the dry conditions could mean disaster soon.