'It Stays With You': WWII Vet Recalls Horrors Of War, Brave Men Who Didn't Come HomeDenver native Philip Spanier is a 91-year-old World War II veteran. He came back home to Colorado after the war and dedicated his life to the friends he lost on the battlefield.
Man With Glioblastoma Beating The Odds, Helping Other PatientsLarry Graziani was first diagnosed after he was having headaches. He was mumbling sometimes and he started having some seizures that took him into another time and place.
CPW: Help Us Keep Wildlife Safe During Rut SeasonAn elk in Colorado somehow got a pool inflatable stuck around its neck last month.
Video: Elk Spotted With Pool Toy Stuck Around Its NeckAn elk in Colorado somehow got a pool inflatable stuck around its neck last month.
Alpine Rescue Team Warns Hikers: Remember The 10 EssentialsColorado's Alpine Rescue Team has been placing people at the base of 14ers to make sure hikers are prepared for quickly changing weather.
'Don't Fence Me In': Elk vs. FenceThere's no fencing this elk in.
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.