Man Wanted For Indecent Exposure Caught On SurveillancePolice in Denver are looking for a man seen in a surveillance picture wanted for indecent exposure.
Hail Storms Cause Damage Along Front RangeParts of the Front Range were pummeled with hail Thursday that caused damage from Littleton to Colorado Springs.
Police Release Images Of Purse Thief Who Used Stolen Credit CardPolice in Denver would like the public's help identifying a man suspected of stealing and using a woman's credit card.
Driver Who Killed Man On Sidewalk Cited For Careless DrivingA driver who struck and killed a man standing on a sidewalk near a Walmart in suburban Denver has been cited for careless driving resulting in death.
Driver Kills Pedestrian, Crashes Into WalmartOne person was killed when a driver struck the pedestrian waiting for a bus and then crashed into a Walmart store in Lakewood on Tuesday afternoon.
Woman's Emotional Viral Video About Walmart Encounter May Be HoaxThousands have viewed and shared her message on Facebook and YouTube, only to learn it may actually be a lie.
Deputies Want Public's Help Identifying 2 Men Who May Have Stolen Truck, Credit CardSummit County deputies need help identifying two people seen in surveillance pictures who may have stolen a truck and credit card from a home in Breckenridge.
Suspected Shoplifter Pepper Sprays Walmart EmployeeA shoplifting suspect was arrested after he allegedly sprayed a Walmart employee with pepper spray.
Brazen Robbers Enter Walmart Wielding Guns And Demanding MoneyDeputies in Arapahoe County would like the public's help identifying suspects in an armed robbery at a Walmart.
Deputies Search For Purse Napper At WalmartDeputies in Douglas County are searching for the woman who stole a purse from a shopper at a Walmart store in Highlands Ranch.
Walmart Expands Online Grocery Service To Colorado SpringsWal-Mart Stores Inc. is expanding its online grocery service to eight more locations.
Woman Uses Newspaper Ad To Search For Shopper Who Saved Her LifeA few lines on a newspaper advertisement with a simple message from a very grateful Summit County woman: “Thank you for saving my life.”