Hit-And-Run Driver Kills 38 Sheep Near Monte VistaColorado State Patrol troopers arrested a hit-and-run driver who allegedly struck and killed more than three dozen sheep on Tuesday night.
Colorado Potato Packing Plant Settles Sex Harassment SuitThe operators of a Colorado potato packing plant have agreed to pay nearly a half million dollars to settle accusations that it tolerated the sexual harassment of more than a dozen of its female workers for over a decade.
Bank Robbery Suspect Steals Police Car Before Being ApprehendedA daring bank robbery suspect was arrested after a wild pursuit in the San Luis Valley early Wednesday morning.
Man Killed While Trying To Stop Woman From Driving DrunkA southern Colorado woman is accused of killing the man who tried to stop her from driving drunk Sunday night.
Police Recover Stolen Weapons From Monte Vista HomeThe Monte Vista Police Department has recovered a large number of stolen weapons.
Trial Begins In Del Norte For Double Slaying SuspectJury selection begins Wednesday in Del Norte in the trial of double homicide suspect Daniel Bessey.
11 Pounds Of Meth Seized In Traffic StopAuthorities made a major methamphetamine bust in southern Colorado on Friday when the discovered 11 pounds of the drug hidden in a spare tire.
Monte Vista Police Arrest Man In Wife's DeathPolice in Monte Vista arrested a man in the shooting death of his wife after he allegedly called 911 and said she had shot herself in the head.
Woman Faces Extortion Charges In Monte Vista Kidnap CaseMonte Vista police say a woman faked her own kidnapping and was arrested after showing up to try to collect a $600 ransom.
More Time To Comment On Ski Village Land SwapThe public is getting 10 more days to comment on a proposal to swap U.S. forest land with a developer trying to build a village near the Wolf Creek Ski Area.
Monte Vista Police Seek Clues In Double SlayingMonte Vista police are trying to identify a person wearing a ski mask who was seen leaving the area where a couple were found dead.
State Audit Shows Vet Nursing Homes Lost MoneyA state audit shows five Colorado nursing homes for veterans lost more than $1.5 million over five years.