Racketeering Laws Used To Indict 8 Gang MembersA tactic never used before by law enforcement is targeting the illegal use of guns by organized crime.
Theft At Liquor Store Turns Dangerous For A WitnessPolice in Jefferson County are searching for a group of thieves who hit a liquor store and then opened fire on a witness.
Teen's Participation In Cross Country Meet Marks Remarkable RecoveryThe participation in a school cross country race this week by a teen injured in a crash marked a giant milestone in her recovery.
Driver Returns To Scene Of Hit & Run Crash, Is ArrestedA 52-year-old man is under arrest and suspected of causing a crash that injured a motorcycle rider and then leaving the scene.
26,000 Missing Mail Items Found; Ex-Postal Worker ChargedAuthorities say they recovered more than 26,000 pieces of undelivered mail in northeastern Colorado and arrested a former Postal Service worker.
Arrest Made In Beaver Creek Fire InvestigationA juvenile is being charged with starting the Beaver Creek Fire which burned 38,000 acres near Walden over the summer.
Threat Was Made With Broken Glass In Bullying CaseThe Evergreen Cougars will be playing without two athletes at Friday night's football game against the Conifer Lobos after a bullying case came to light this week.
Highway On Western Slope Opens After Rock Slide Cleared AwayState transportation officials say a western Colorado highway has reopened after crews cleared away more than 100 tons of debris from a rock slide.
Power Outage Caused By RaccoonA raccoon is to blame for a power outage that left 2,700 people in the dark Friday morning.
Firefighters Hopeful About Battle Against Junkins FireFirefighters expect to keep making progress on the wildfire burning near Westcliffe despite the warmer-than-normal weather and low humidity expected over the coming days.
Trail Ridge Road ReopensTrail Ridge Road has reopened.
Elections Employees Undergo Active Shooter TrainingThe people running Denver's voting sites are learning how to defend themselves against an active shooter.