Serial Squatters Strike AgainA couple dubbed the "serial squatters" is racking up more evictions, this time in Colorado.
5-Year-Old Survives Backyard Bear AttackA 5-year-old girl was seriously injured but survived after a bear attacked her in her backyard.
Double Amputee Climbs Monstrous, 2,000-Foot Hiking Trail In 4 HoursThe Manitou Incline is a grueling test of toughness and fitness, and this week a Colorado woman without legs ascended the famous stairs.
Students Protest For Tougher Gun Laws In National School WalkoutAnother wave of student protests disrupted classes Friday across North Texas and the country as part of the National School Walkout.
News Now: Rainy Weather, 4-Day School WeekNorth Texas is seeing rain on Tuesday and its even impacting the Texas Rangers. Plus, a Colorado school district is switching to a four-day week.
News Now: T-Rex Fire & National Puppy DayAn animatronic T-Rex burst into flames at a dinosaur park in Colorado yesterday, leaving us with some fantastic images. And today is National Puppy Day!
Animatronic T-Rex Bursts Into Flames At Colorado Dinosaur ParkThe president and co-owner of a dinosaur-themed park in southern Colorado thinks that an electrical malfunction caused a life-size animatronic Tyrannosaurus Rex to burst into flames.
Family Accidentally Buys And Eats Cereal That Expired In 1997The Carelse family reportedly bought the decades-old box of Quaker 100% Natural Granola cereal at a Walmart in Littleton on March 5.
Texas Among States To Begin Surveys For Lesser Prairie ChickenWildlife managers in several states will begin surveys later this month to track the population of a grouse that has been the focus of an ongoing legal battle over whether it warrants federal protection.
Most Wanted Sex Offender From North Texas Arrested In ColoradoDakota Marcus Stewart, 26, was apprehended by U.S. Marshals Violent Offender Task Force in the District of Colorado around noon on Tuesday.
Fired Coach's Attorney: He Had Baseball Agenda, Not Political Agenda"As a coach, he was extremely frustrated by having lost good players to failed drug tests. In his frustration, he made a political comment in an email," Mike Jeffcoat's attorney Coby Wooten said in a statement.
Texas University Fires Baseball Coach For Colorado Marijuana EmailA Texas university has fired a baseball coach there for telling a high school player from Colorado that the team doesn't recruit from the state because players there fail drug tests.