Presbyterian/St. Luke's Center Gets Highest Marks In High-Risk Pregnancy ReportA national report is applauding a Colorado hospital for the high risk pregnancy care that's provided there.
Feeling A Little Stress This Election Year? You're Not AloneIf you're feeling a little uneasy about the election, you're not alone. Surveys show most Americans are stressed out about this election.
Alcohol Suspected In Serious Crash In AuroraPolice in Aurora suspect alcohol and excessive speed were a factor in a crash that resulted in serious injuries Monday night.
Police Searching For Women Stealing From HospitalsThe search is on for two women that police say are stealing from hospitals.
Denver Police Search For Women Stealing From Hospital EmployeesPolice in Denver would like the public’s help identifying suspects accused of stealing wallets and credit cards from hospital employees.
More Than 40 Treated For Synthetic Marijuana UseDenver-area hospitals are seeing a rise in emergency cases involving synthetic marijuana, which can cause confusion, violent behavior and hallucinations.
Woman Shot In The Brain Making Huge StridesFive theater shooting victims remain in critical condition at area hospitals and 11 people in all are still hospitalized. Among those recovering is a young woman shot in the brain, but Petra Anderson is making giant strides.
No Medical Bills For Some Aurora Shooting VictimsSome of the victims fighting for their lives after being wounded in the movie-theater shooting rampage may face another challenge when they get out of the hospital: enormous medical bills without the benefit of health insurance.
Hospitals Release 2 Theater Shooting SurvivorsColorado hospital officials say two more survivors of the mass shooting in an Aurora theater have been released and another is improving.
Peyton Manning Calls Theater Shooting Victims In HospitalDenver Broncos quarterback Payton Manning is calling hospital victims of the Colorado theater shooting to lift their spirits.
MS Society Gets Fundraising Community PartnerThe Medical Center of Aurora as well as the Centennial Medical Plaza are announcing that the National Multiple Sclerosis Society will be their community partner for the year. The Partnership could net as much as $71,000 for the MS Society in Colorado and came about, in part, because of one young couple.