Those who know the Denver Broncos fan from Kremming who was found safe Tuesday night after going missing for several days, believe they’re not getting the whole story.
Police who located Kitterman Tuesday night in southern Colorado — five days later — say he was evasive when asked questions about why he traveled, apparently on foot, to Pueblo.
As the mystery surrounding a Kremmling man who went missing at last Thursday night’s Broncos game remains unsolved, police say they are now only involved in the search to a certain degree.
Relatives of a Broncos fan who went missing during last week’s game are wondering how a man with no known health or personal problems could seem to vanish without a trace.
Normally at this time of year Grand County dude ranch owner Jim Yost is bringing his horses up from their winter pasture.
The 10-mile stretch of Highway 9 between Green Mountain Reservoir and the town of Kremmling in Grand County is considered one of the most dangerous stretches of road in the state.
CBS4’s Vic Lombardi met them at a local 5K three years ago and started noticing their times. He’s not the only one who has noticed. The Scholls have made quite a name for themselves in the local running community.
It’s a dangerous mix along one Colorado highway — drivers going 65 miles per hour and a lot of wildlife on Highway 9 between Silverthorne and Kremmling. There is now a unique funding source coming forward to help fix the problem.
The FBI teamed up with the uncle of a Columbine victim Wednesday in an effort to prevent gun violence in schools.
A freak accident involving a beetle kill tree has killed a man camping in Grand County.