Mesa County Sheriff
Rescue teams were searching Monday for three men reported missing after a ridge collapsed in a remote part of western Colorado following heavy rain.
The autopsy report on two young brothers completed in Mesa County this week has an uncle of those boys feeling skeptical.
An autopsy that was completed this week shows the deaths of two boys who were left in an SUV on the Western Slope was an accident.
It was a sad, somber night in Littleton at Progress Park Thursday as a vigil took place to remember two boys who died after being left in an SUV on the Western Slope.
The mother of a toddler who died in a car this week near a Colorado ski resort told police she left the boy and his brother alone in the SUV while it was running for an hour and a half, according to court documents obtained by a Grand Junction newspaper.
The Mesa County Sheriff is investigating the death of a child and serious injuries of another near Powderhorn Mountain Resort near Grand Junction.
Investigators on Colorado’s Western Slope are continuing to search for evidence in the area where remains that are thought to be that of Paige Birgfeld were discovered.
Two men are being held after one of the suspects told investigators he shot a man because he wanted to see him die.
The Mesa County Sheriff claims that Dog the Bounty Hunter used too much pepper spray on a fugitive which left people in the sheriff’s office reacting to the chemicals.
It’s a missing persons case that has baffled investigators for years. Paige Birgfeld disappeared in June 2007. The mother of three left her home in Grand Junction and was never seen again.