Gary Williams Convicted Of Wrong-Way Crash Killing 6-Year-Old GirlA jury found Gary Williams, of Parker, guilty of killing a 6-year-old girl in a wrong-way crash in Elbert County.
Outbreak Forces Elbert County Government Building To Close TemporarilyElbert County shut down its Samuel Elbert government building due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
Elbert County Deputy Shoots Suspect During SearchAn Elbert County deputy shot a suspect during a search on Thursday.
'Not Surprised': Colorado Doctor Says New Strain Of COVID-19 Shouldn't Cause AlarmThe medical community in Colorado is weighing in on the new COVID-19 variant discovered in the state.
New 'More Contagious' Variant Of COVID-19 Found In ColoradoThe new COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7, which was previously discovered in the United Kingdom, is considered more contagious.
Several Elbert County Residents Are Defying Quarantine Orders, Officials SayElbert County Public Health says some people are contributing to the spread of COVID-19 by disregarding quarantine orders.
Aurora Expects Reform And Trust In New District Attorneys Serving The AreaNew district attorneys will take over the 17th and 18th judicial districts. The districts split Aurora in half.
Deputies Investigating Remains Of Emily Norman Found On Cattle RanchThe Elbert County Sheriff's Office needs help figuring out how a 35-year-old woman died.
Jump In COVID Cases Presents Real Problems For Elbert County Public Health's '2-And-A-Half Person Team'After the state announced over the weekend that 1,540 positive COVID cases in October hadn’t been reported, officials in Elbert County were forced into action for more restrictions.
Elbert County Allows For Graduation Celebrations That Are Larger Than State GuidelinesElbert County is giving schools the green light to hold in-person graduation ceremonies for groups up to 50 attendees.
Elbert County Joins Others Seeking Waiver From Statewide 'Safer At Home' RestrictionsIf granted, it gives officials the option to adjust social distancing and other rules to better meet the county's needs.