Drunk Driver Who Drove Wrong Way On Interstate, Caused Fatal Head-On, Gets Maximum SentenceThe driver involved in a deadly crash in Weld County has been sentenced to 37 years in prison.
Man Shot While Riding ATVA man is recovering after being shot while riding an ATV in Weld County.
Repeat DUI Offender Pleads Guilty In Deadly CrashA repeat DUI offender has pleaded guilty in connection with a deadly crash on Thanksgiving morning.
Victim In Suspected DUI Crash Moved To Craig HospitalA teenager seriously injured when the car he was driving was struck by a suspected drunk driver is undergoing rehabilitation at Craig Hospital.
Friends Remember Victim Of Fatal Wrong-Way CrashIt was early Thanksgiving morning. Nash Rider, 16, and Kyle Nackos, 19, were headed back from a concert. It was just after 3 a.m. when a Jeep, driven by Alex Rodriguez, 25, slammed into Rider's Subaru.
Teen Killed In Wrong-Way Crash On I-25A teenager was killed in a head-on collision on Interstate 25 early Thanksgiving morning. Investigators believe alcohol is to blame for the wrong-way crash.
National Guard Unit Joins Historic Mountain DivisionA regiment of the Colorado Army National Guard became part of the historic 10th Mountain Division during a ceremony Sunday at Camp Hale.
Fast Actions Speed Teen’s Recovery From StrokeWe associate stroke with the elderly. Nearly three-quarters of all strokes do occur in people over the age of 65. But a teenager from Fort Lupton is proof that kids of all ages can have strokes too.
Man Convicted Of Killing Girlfriend Gets Life In PrisonA man convicted of killing his girlfriend at a motel in Adams County has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Future Of No-Kill Shelter Uncertain With Death Of FounderA no-kill shelter in Fort Lupton is in desperate need of donations. "Every Creature Counts" has been in operation for 24 years, but the sudden death of its co-founder has left the future of the organization in jeopardy.
Korean War POW Finally Laid To RestIt’s been 65 years since anyone last heard from Cpl. Grant H. Ewing, but on Monday he was finally laid to rest in his home town of Fort Lupton on what would have been his 93rd birthday. But the road home hasn’t been easy.
Korean War POW From Fort Lupton Being Laid To RestA Korean War POW from Colorado is being laid to rest nearly 65 years after disappearing.