Letecia Stauch called 911 to report that Gannon had not returned after going to a friend’s house. Now she's facing charges for his murder.

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'Nothing Can Ever Replace Him': 11-Year-Old Gannon Stauch Was Reported Missing One Year AgoLetecia Stauch called 911 to report that Gannon had not returned after going to a friend’s house. Now she's facing charges for his murder.
Denver Public School Parents Troubled By Students' Education DeclineDenver parents worry about the long term impact of remote learning as we approach a year into the pandemic.
More Than 50 Bald Eagles Spotted At Colorado’s Barr LakeA Colorado resident captured images of multiple bald eagles at Barr Lake in Brighton recently — and wildlife officials say they’ve counted as many as 53 at the lake so far this winter.
Colorado's COVID Positivity Rate Is Holding At 5%There were over 1,600 new cases reported today and currently 662 people are hospitalized.
'Nothing Can Ever Replace Him': 11-Year-Old Gannon Stauch Was Reported Missing One Year AgoIt has been one year since 11-year-old Gannon Stauch from Colorado Springs was reported missing by his stepmother.
5 Orphaned Bear Cubs Moved To Dens Made By Colorado Parks & WildlifeFive bear cubs will get another chance to live in the wild after Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers released them into two dens near Pikes Peak. Officers built the dens last week.
FBI Denver Office Looking For 'Jane Doe'The FBI office in Denver wants to find a woman who might be able to help them identify a child victim of sexual exploitation.
Free Menstrual Products Now Available In Restrooms In Denver Public SchoolsFree menstrual products are now available in restrooms in Denver Public Schools.
2 Juveniles Suspected Of Racist Graffiti At Coyote Hills Elementary Taken Into CustodyTwo juveniles suspected of defacing Coyote Hills Elementary School with racist graffiti last week have been taken into custody.
Colorado Springs Throwing Itself A Sesquicentennial PartyThe City of Colorado Springs is throwing a months-long party as it celebrates its 150th anniversary.
Boulder Police Arrest Man Who Hit Officer In Head With Snow Shovel, TaserPolice in Boulder arrested a man for assaulting an officer, but not before he put up quite a fight.
Comedy Works Landmark Location To Reopen In March, Larimer Square Location To Reopen In AprilComedy Works is scheduled to reopen its Landmark location in March, with an impressive lineup. The venue has been closed since Nov, 15, 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Some Sleeping Bear Cubs Have Been Moved To Dens On Pikes PeakThe bear cubs will get a second chance to be wild when they wake up in the spring.
Denver Mayor Hancock Spoke About President Biden's Relief PlanPart of the relief plan is aimed to help get more vaccines administered and to work to get schools reopened.
UCHealth Is Moving Forward With Their Mass Vaccine Event This WeekendThe plan is to vaccinate 10,000 people at Coors field over the weekend and then follow up in 3 weeks with the second dose.
A Driver Who Struck & Killed A Motorcyclist While Driving High Has Been SentencedA driver who was high when he struck and killed a motorcyclist has been sentenced to 8 years in prison. Manuel Frias pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident involving death.
One Year Ago: 11-Year-Old Gannon Stauch Was Reported Missing On Jan. 27, 2020It has been one year since 11-year-old Gannon Stauch from Colorado Springs was reported missing by his stepmother.
Lakewood Police Search For Gunman In Deadly Motel ShootingPolice in Lakewood are searching for the suspect who shot and killed a man in a motel.
Denver Police Search For Suspect In Deadly Shooting On East Colfax AvenuePolice in Denver are investigating a deadly shooting on East Colfax Avenue. The shooting happened just before 2 a.m. near Holly Street.
Free Menstrual Products Now Available In Restrooms In Denver Public SchoolsFree menstrual products are now available in restrooms in Denver Public Schools. Katie Johnston reports.
Colorado Springs Throwing Itself A Sesquicentennial PartyThe City of Colorado Springs is throwing a months-long party as it celebrates its 150th anniversary. General William Palmer visited the area at the base of Pikes Peak in 1869 and fell in love with what he called its "most enticing scenery." Katie Johnston reports.
Expect Traffic Slowdowns On I-70 In Western Colorado Due To Vehicle Recovery OperationA semi crashed into the Colorado River near Glenwood Springs.
Documents Released In Case Against Geophysicist Jeffrey SabolSabol allegedly attempted to commit suicide after the capitol riot.
Denver Police Search For Suspect In Quivas Street ShootingOne man was shot and taken to the hospital.

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