Anthony Hudson Named Colorado Rapids Head CoachAnthony Hudson was named the Colorado Rapids head coach on Wednesday.
Woman And Dog Hurt In Rollover Crash On I-76A rollover crash on westbound Interstate 76 sent a woman to the hospital and a dog to the vet Monday morning.
Sheriff's Deputy Charged With Felony MenacingA deputy with the Denver County Sheriff's Department faces a felony menacing charge.
Train Tracks 'Fail' Causing Traffic DetourTrain tracks in Commerce City failed while a train was moving across them Tuesday morning.
Thieves Steal $30K In Church ValuablesThieves stole more than $30,000 worth of belongings in a trailer used for community outreach.
Thieves Steal Church Trailer Full Of SuppliesThieves stole a local church’s utility trailer over the weekend, damaging the church’s ability to perform much needed outreach services.
Body Cameras Provide Instant Replay Of Citizen ComplaintsPolice body cameras in Colorado and around the country have changed the way law enforcement investigates citizen complaints.
Deputy Shoots, Kills Man Near I-76An investigation is underway after a man was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy.
Search Continues For Amber Alert SuspectMauricio Gonzalez is suspected of taking his ex-girlfriend and their son from a home in Adams County at gunpoint.
Girl Gets Full Ride Scholarship, Credits Habitat For Humanity HelpIt’s been eight years since Angel Gomez-Trujillo moved into her Habitat for Humanity home.
Sex Offender Leaves Courthouse Prior To Guilty VerdictsA warrant has been issued for 43-year-old Sergio Hernandez after he walked out of the Adams County Courthouse Thursday afternoon prior to his conviction on sex assault charges.
Retired Assistant Principal Killed In Crime Spree AccidentA retired assistant principal was hit and killed Tuesday in a chaotic crime spree.
Crime Spree Driver With Hit List Charged With MurderA man has been charged with murder after police say he intentionally ran down another man with a stolen truck.
Woman Affected By Formaldehyde Joists Demands ActionNew homes from northern Colorado to Douglas County have beams contaminated by formaldehyde. They are boarded up with a warning to stay away, including for construction workers.
Formaldehyde Concerns Grow As More Homeowners Discover IssuesWeyerhauser is blaming a fomula change for a problem that has forced evacuations and kept people from hundreds of homes around the country. Formaldehyde inside the basements of the homes have caused odor issues and potential health risks.