In its coverage of Sandy Nguen, who allegedly scammed $25,000 from friends and neighbors by pretending her son had cancer, 7News describes the alleged crime as "unbelievable." In truth, however, it's all too easy to believe someone would perpetrate such a hoax -- since it's happened several times i ... More >>
In recent years, accused cancer fakers such as Tausha Marsh and Ann Crall have allegedly collected thousands by pretending to have a terminal illness. All of which makes the case of Briana Augustenborg that much more bizarre. She's said to have hyped up a case of leukemia for a nonexistent child -- ... More >>
A proposed railroad merger threatens jobs throughout Colorado -- and, up in Minturn, a way of life.