Jefferson County Sheriff's Office says one person has died from fire related causes.
The fire started around 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon in the mountains west of Denver. At least 900 homes near the Highlands Ranch area have been evacauted. It's south of Aspen Creek in an area known as... more »
The man who operated the drills to reach the trapped miners in Chile is a contractor from Colorado.
Jeff Hart was drilling water wells for the U.S. Army in Afghanistan when he got the call to fly to help in the mine rescue. He spent the next 33 days... more »
Most families look for something they can all enjoy and do together.
One Kentucky family has found the perfect activity. And it gets them outside and working together.
But you would normally picture them doing it in a place like Alaska.
A four person cart is perfect... more »
Local republicans and democrats gathered at viewing parties around the region to watch the President's State of the Union speech.
The largest republican gathering in Southern Colorado was at Mr. Biggs in Colorado Springs. Roughly 100 people showed up to hear the speech and many made it clear they... more »
Opening statements are set for Tuesday in the trial of an Oregon City couple charged with criminally negligent homicide in the death of their son, the latest Oregon case involving faith healing deaths. Jeff and Marci Beagley are accused of failing to provide adequate medical care for 16-year-old Neil Beagley,... more »
Two Pueblo County commissioners are giving up their taxpayer owned vehicles and will instead drive their own personal vehicles. In our 100 hour undercover News First Investigation, we found 2 commissioners driving their government cars more often on personal business than public business. Also among our findings - questionable accounting... more »
Proposed regulations would require power plants, factories and refineries to reduce greenhouse gases by installing the best available technology and improving energy efficiency whenever a facility is significantly changed or built.
The Environmental Protection Agency proposal announced Wednesday applies to any industrial plant that emits at least 25,000 tons... more »
The U.S. Geological Survey has reported a moderate earthquake in Central California. A preliminary earthquake report that had not yet been reviewed by a seismologist said the magnitude-5.1 quake hit at 3:01 a.m. Thursday. It was centered in a rural area near Sequoia National Park and about 148 miles west... more »