Colorado Haiti Project Starts Over After Hurricane Matthew StrikesEarly Tuesday morning, Hurricane Matthew hit land and tore through the country of Haiti. Now a Colorado organization, devoted to helping the area rebuild from natural disasters, is having to start over.
'Dream Dinners' Are Priceless For The Less FortunateAn exciting start to the weekend for hundreds of volunteers in Wheat Ridge as they gave up their morning to give back.
5 Things You Didn't Know About Broncos Linebacker Corey NelsonSecond-year player Corey Nelson is one of several Broncos linebackers who is going to be fighting for a spot in the Broncos defense during training camp. See what he said on Xfinity Monday Live.
Boulder County Fair Shuts Out Exhibit With 29-Inch-Tall WomanAn attraction at the Boulder County Fair is no more. Visitors can no longer see "Little Liz: The World's Smallest Woman."
Injured Louisiana Woman Heads Home After Aurora ShootingA midnight movie premiere wasn't part of their trip, but it sounded like so much fun Bonnie Kate Pourciau and Elizabeth Sumrall decided to fit it in.
Longmont Doctor To Return To Haiti To RebuildShortly after a magnitude-7 earthquake hit Haiti in January 2010, Dr. Peter Schmid rushed to the country to help the wounded.
Colorado Companies Help Haiti RebuildA Colorado company, TSC Global, is helping those displaced in Haiti. A team leaves this month to teach and build shelters.
Colorado Man Trapped In Quake Returns To HaitiNext Wednesday marks one year since the devastating earthquake in Haiti which killed more than 200,000 people. Thousands were trapped in the rubble, including a man from Colorado who wants to do more to help survivors.