Molly Hendrickson, KOAA News 5

Molly Hendrickson

KOAA News 5

Denver, CO, United States

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Past articles by Molly:

Colorado mother uses her breast cancer diagnosis to reinvent her life

A Colorado mom who learned she had breast cancer in the middle of the pandemic is using the diagnosis to reinvent her life. → Read More

Denver7 Everyday Hero created Mobile Laundry service to help those in need in northern Colorado

This Denver7 Everyday Hero is helping Coloradans in need one load of laundry at a time. → Read More

Denver7 Everyday Hero bikes across the country to raise money for rare cancer research

A Denver7 Everyday hero is on a mission to end rare childhood cancers after losing his son to osteosarcoma. → Read More

Denver7 Everyday Hero delivers miles of smiles to kids at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children

Steven Wiskow will brigthten the holidays for Colorado's youngest patients and their families at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. → Read More

Denver7 Everyday Hero overcomes adversity to serve people experiencing homelessness

When the pandemic hit, many volunteers for the Denver Rescue Mission had to protect themselves and stay home. Lawrence Kenyon answered the growing need, despite his own challenges. → Read More

7Everyday Hero LaQuita Golden ensures all school kids have a fresh start

When life is in between blessings, LaQuita Golden is there to fill the gap. It's where her giving spirit was born and part of what brought her to, "Hi Mom, I Am Home," a non-profit family advocacy agency that provides resources to parents whose children have been removed by social services. → Read More

7Everyday Hero: Jacqui Avis is giving horses a second chance at life

Like all the horses at Drifter's Hearts of Hope in Franktown, Pistol Annie was rescued from a kill pen, and is part of the "soul" behind the horse rescue. → Read More

7Everyday Hero holds vigil over dying patients when family can't be there

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — When patients are alone and at the end of their lives, Susie Christian answers the call for help. "It's getting to be a part of a really intense part of people's lives," Christian said. Christian is not a doctor, she's a volunteer for Swedish Medical Center's No One Dies Alone program, or NODA. She sits with dying patients when nobody else can. "The program's really simple;… → Read More

7Everyday Hero Dr. Mary Ann Keatley helps support TBI survivors

Dr. Keatley's generosity began 21 years ago when she noticed her patients were unable to pay their bills and hold a job during their recovery. So she started the Brain Injury Hope Foundation, a non-profit that provides financial assistance to people living with TBI's. → Read More

7Everyday Hero empowers young girls in Colorado through STAR Girlz Empowerment

Shalonda Haggerty didn't discover her passion. It discovered her, she said. → Read More

7Everyday Hero Jim White ensures all kids have a book of their own

There is a certain nostalgia that comes with an old book, nobody understands that more than book worm Jim White. Each week you will find White at the ARC Recycle warehouse, sorting through mountains of books all to make sure Colorado's underserved kids have a book to call their own. → Read More

7Everyday Hero Bill Lajoie cares for unsung heroes of Children's Hospital Colorado

Each Tuesday, you'll find Bill Lajoie manning the 'Harley Cart,' taking care of the nurses so they can in turn care for some of the hospital's littlest patients. → Read More

7Everyday Hero Sandy Overton brightens hospital visits for patients in Boulder

Sandy Overton may be 87, but good luck keeping up with her. Today, she goes from room to room, lifting the spirits of some of the hospital's sickest patients and easing a little bit of the loneliness that often comes with a hospital stay. → Read More

Pueblo settles with family of man killed by police for $600K

The city of Pueblo has reached a $600,000 settlement with the family of Andrew Byrd, who was shot and killed by Pueblo police in February 2017. → Read More

Join an archaeological dig with scientists from Denver Museum of Nature and Science

The Denver Museum of Nature and Science is giving people the chance to step into the shoes of an archaeologist and go digging for Colorado history. → Read More

BB 18: Now a mom, three-time winner Melody Fairchild helping others find love for running

More than 25-years after her BolderBOULDER three-peat, Melody Fairchild helping young women learn self-confidence → Read More

Breast cancer patients preserving fertility by freezing their eggs

More women fighting breast cancer are electing to freeze their eggs to preserve fertility. → Read More

CSU researchers studying effectiveness of CBD for treating arthritis and epilepsy in dogs

CSU researchers studying the effects of CBD in treating pain and other ailments in dogs. → Read More

Lakewood mom says apartment complex refuses to address rat infestation problem

Rat infestation forces Lakewood family from their apartment. → Read More

Colorado Homebuilding Academy prepares laborers for home building workforce

Colorado Homebuilding Academy prepares laborers for the home building work force. → Read More