From frostbitten kittens to bomb-sniffing dogs, 2014 was quite a year for pets and animals in Colorado. Here are a few of our favorite furry tales (or is it tails?) from this year.
Just feet from dozens of families watching a soccer game on Sunday, a dog with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office attacked and killed another dog.
A Thornton man who stabbed and killed his wife earlier this year pleaded guilty in Adams County Court on Monday.
Life is indeed not simple. And that’s why hundreds of volunteers lent their talents, time and tools recently to make life easier for 15-year-old Alex Hagans and her family.
The Adams County Sheriff’s Office said on Thursday that the impatience of an animal rights organization has hampered the investigation into possible animal abuse at a Thornton pet store.
Part of RTD’s new commuter line to Denver International Airport is on display at Union Station.
Four of RTD’s first commuter rail cars arrived in Denver on Friday.
A pet store owner who had puppies stolen from her store last week is now offering up to $2,000 to anyone who helps get them back safely.
Two of nine puppies stolen from a Northglenn pet store have been found.
The treasurer of the Thornton Veterans Memorial Foundation has been accused of stealing money meant to honor those who have served our country.