'You Saved My Life': Cancer Survivor To Peyton ManningA cancer survivor is crediting a football legend and UCHealth for saving his life. He says an ad featuring Peyton Manning helped him find the medical care he needed.
'Body Armor' Suspect Shot By Police No Stranger To CrimeColorado criminal records indicate a man shot by police Tuesday in Denver has a lengthy criminal history and was jailed most recently as January.
After 'Dark Days,' Injured Flight Nurse Tells Miracle Survival StoryDave Repsher was injured when his Flight For Life helicopter crashed shortly after takeoff on July 3, 2015. His road to recovery is not nearly over, but Repsher is an anomaly in many ways.
Air Force Major Gets Second Chance With New HeartA retired Air Force officer has a second chance at life thanks to a new heart.
Hiker Lost In Deep Snow Found By Skiers Lucky To Be AliveOfficials with Rocky Mountain National Park say a hiker is lucky to be alive after getting lost in the backcountry Friday and spending the night in deep snow.
Owner Of 'Steve’s Snappin’ Dogs' Tells Cancer 'Bite Me'The man who brought East Coast hot dogs to East Colfax Avenue in Denver is battling kidney cancer. But he's not doing it alone.
Burn Survivor Pays It Forward At University Of Colorado HospitalTen years ago, a Colorado woman was burned on nearly 90 percent of her body. Today, she is an inspiration, helping other burn survivors recover.
Minimally Invasive Brain Procedure Saves Mother And BabyA mother from Lafayette has a new outlook after surviving a brain aneurysm that blinded her in one eye.
Spike Of Flu Cases In Colorado, More Than Most StatesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there's a spike in flu cases, with Colorado running at a higher level than most states in the U.S.
Broncos Babies Ring In The New YearSeveral families rang in the new year with a new addition, but some received some special Broncos Fever treatment.
Broncos' DeMarcus Ware Joins Effort To Tackle DiabetesA Denver Broncos football player, who lost relatives to diabetes, is urging people to get checked. DeMarcus Ware is targeting men, in particular, who are reluctant to see a doctor.
Study: E-Cigarette Use Before Surgery As Harmful As TobaccoRecently, the U.S. surgeon general called the surging use of e-cigarettes "a major public health concern." That's no surprise to a doctor at the University of Colorado Hospital after what he found in his own study on vaping.