Man Allegedly Confesses To Hit & Run Of Jogger, Victim Is ImprovingA woman is improving after being hit while jogging along University Boulevard Tuesday morning in Highlands Ranch.
Band To Finish Album In Memory Of Teen Member Who Died From Peanut AllergyA high school community in Littleton is heartbroken after a teenager died on Monday night. His father says he died because of an allergic reaction to peanuts.
2 On Motorcycle Killed In Collision With Truck Near Black HawkTwo people were killed in a crash involving a motorcycle and a truck on Highway 119 Sunday morning.
Good Samaritan Saves Man From Butane Tank Explosion In Black HawkThe Gilpin County Sheriff's Office says a butane tank explosion is blamed for a house fire that left one man and a dog with burns.
Machete Attack On Teen In Summit County May Have Been About MoneyPolice say a teenage victim in a violent attack hid in dense trees in Summit County to avoid getting killed.
Badly-Injured Teen Found Wandering In Summit CountyInvestigators in Summit County are looking for a suspect after deputies found a badly injured teenager walking on Swan Mountain Road Tuesday morning.
Women Attacked Says Moose 'Grunted' Then 'Charged'Two women were hospitalized after a moose attacked them in Gilpin County on Sunday.
2 Women Attacked By A Moose Near Black HawkTwo women had to be hospitalized after being attacked by a moose near Black Hawk Sunday morning.
Woman Stranded After Park County Crash Still CriticalA woman who survived for days after crashing off a Colorado highway still faces a long recovery.
Family: Woman Stranded After Crash Will Lose FeetThe family of a woman who was stranded for days after her car hurtled off a mountain pass says she will lose both her feet as a result of the injuries she suffered.
Highlands Ranch Woman Found Alive In Crashed CarA Douglas County woman is clinging to life in a hospital in Denver after being found alive in her wrecked car five days after going missing.
Habanero Peppers To Blame For Evacuation Of Jeffco Open SchoolInvestigators believe they have found the source of allergic-like symptoms that forced an evacuation of a Jefferson County school Monday and sent children to the hospital.