CBI Report: Likely 72 Shots Fired During Shootout That Killed Cpl. Nate CarriganThe Colorado Bureau of Investigation reports at least six dozen shots were fired during the Feb. 24 gun battle in Park County that left Cpl. Nathan Carrigan dead, two other Park County officers wounded, and suspect Martin Wirth dead near his home on Iris Drive.
Park County Under Mandatory Fire Ban, Officials Say They've Been 'Lucky'Extreme heat, a lack of new moisture, wind and low humidity are all creating very dangerous fire conditions in Park County.
Group Uses Unorthodox Methods To Fight ForeclosureSome people facing foreclosure are being aided by a group that uses unorthodox techniques to help them hang onto their homes. It's called the Colorado Foreclosure Resistance Coalition.
Neighbor Says He Warned Sheriff About Martin WirthA Bailey man says he twice warned the Park County Sheriff's department about the danger of attempting to evict his neighbor Martin Wirth.
Prisoner Transport Van Crashes In Park CountyA prisoner transport van crashed in Park County on Friday morning and several inmates were injured.
Family Of Slain Deputy: 'It Was Unnecessary'The family of slain Park County Deputy Nathan Carrigan lashed out at the Park County sheriff in an exclusive interview with CBS4 questioning the February eviction operation near Bailey.
Crash That Killed Teen Another Blow To Platte Canyon School DistrictA teenager is dead after an accident in the high country. The victim was a passenger in a pickup truck driven by another teenager.
Slain Park County Deputy Had Vest, Shot Through ArmpitA Park County sheriff’s deputy shot and killed in February during a high-risk eviction was wearing a Kevlar vest, but was hit by a bullet that went through his left arm pit according to officials familiar with what occurred February 24.
Protesters Call For Justice After Deadly Shooting During EvictionA homeowner who died in a gun battle with Park County Sheriff's deputies was the subject of a rally calling for justice.
Park County Pays Departing Undersheriff $131,000The Park County Board of County Commissioners on Thursday agreed to pay Undersheriff Monte Gore $131,128 in severance following Gore's April 1 resignation.
Park County Plans Undersheriff Resignation ThursdayCBS4 has learned that Park County is planning to announce the resignation of Undersheriff Monte Gore Thursday pending approval from Park County commissioners.
Park County Retracts Resignation StoryPark County Administrator Tom Eisenman says county officials- including Sheriff Fred Wegener- who reported the resignation of Undersheriff Monte Gore had "erroneous information," and Eisenman said the undersheriff has not stepped down.

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