Hit-and-run drivers who cost a woman her pregnancy could be charged in the unborn baby’s death under a bill at the state Capitol.
A Denver police detective fired over what he did while investigating the hit-and-run of a pregnant woman may be getting his job back.
There’s been a setback in the search for the driver who struck a pregnant woman last December in Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood.
The death of a woman’s unborn child in a hit and run could change the way Colorado law views homicide cases.
Sixty-six people rolled up their sleeves on Sunday in Stapleton to honor Laurie Gorham, the pregnant woman who was hit by a car last month.
Despite pleas for drivers to beware, safety remains a concern at a Stapleton intersection where a pregnant woman was run over.
CBS4 has learned an SUV being investigated in a hit-and-run involving a pregnant woman was in a previous accident that left it damaged.
The mother of a man who owns an SUV that police are studying for a possible connection to a hit-and-run talked to CBS4 with her side of the story.
Denver Police are conducting tests to try to determine if a vehicle found in a department store parking lot is the one involved in a hit and run accident last week that left a pregnant woman critcally injured and her baby still born.
A pregnant woman run down in a hit-and-run accident in the Stapleton area last week is improving after the baby she was carrying died. Laurie Gorham is now listed in fair condition at Denver Health Medical Center.