Latest From The Associated Press
Trial Starts For Man Accused Of Dismembering Mom A trial is getting underway for a Centennial man accused of poisoning and dismembering his mother after she removed him from her will. FBI: Denver Girls May Have Tried To Join Jihadis The FBI in Denver says it is investigating the possibility that three girls from the Denver area were trying to travel to Syria to join Islamic State extremists.
Holmes Defense Wants Theater Shooting Trial Postponed Order To Remove CSU Student Newspaper Copies Reversed Suspect From Colorado Plans To Plead Guilty In Oil Patch Killing Hillary Clinton Headlines ‘Get Out The Vote’ Rally For Udall Feds Say Mine Operators Warned Before Accident In Ouray Extension Cord Blamed For Boulder Fire That Killed Toddler Parties Vie For Control Of Colorado Legislature Colorado Soldiers Headed To Guantanamo Bay
Colorado Weather Center
Latest Forecast: Cold Front Coming Through To Temporarily Halt the Heat A weak cold front will sweep across the state Tuesday night, bringing cooler temperatures and a chance for showers, storms and even a little snow.
FBI: Denver Girls May Have Tried To Join Jihadis The FBI in Denver says it is investigating the possibility that three girls from the Denver area were trying to travel to Syria to join Islamic State extremists. Colorado Man Pleads Guilty To Child Porn Charge A Colorado man has pleaded guilty to sending a picture of himself engaged in sexually explicit behavior with a minor to an undercover federal agent in Maine.
Commerce City Home Surveillance Cam Catches Burglar Fleeing Man Gets 32 Years In Prison For Grizzly Rose Nightclub Shooting Aurora Woman’s Murder Leads To Alleged Serial Killer Woman Shot To Death During Possible Home Invasion In Pueblo Aurora Woman Among Victims Of Alleged Serial Killer In Indiana Denver Police Release Sketch Of Child Enticement Suspect Police Plant Decoy Cars In Attempt To Catch Crooks In The Act Aurora Police Believe Denver County Fugitive Shot Himself
Beauprez Pins State’s Success To Local Control, Hands-Off Government Bob Beauprez believes he can mount a comeback. He thinks Colorado will, too -- if he's elected. Order To Remove CSU Student Newspaper Copies Reversed A Colorado county clerk has reversed her order that a university remove copies of its student newspaper from boxes outside its student union Tuesday because the front page had coverage of Democratic Sen. Mark Udall's visit to campus.
Hillary Clinton Headlines ‘Get Out The Vote’ Rally For Udall Parties Vie For Control Of Colorado Legislature Gardner Outraises Udall As Voting Begins Hillary Clinton Returns To Colorado To Help Udall Christie In Colorado Again To Stump For Beauprez Some Coloradans Angry Over Late-Night Candidate Robocalls Denver Won’t Pursue Charges Against State Sen. Steve King Colorado Tests Reach Of Democrats’ Ground Game
Dominic Dezzutti's Blog
What Would You Ask the Candidates for Governor? If you had direct access to the candidates for Governor, what would you ask them? Don’t Forget The Down Ticket Races The races for U.S. Senate and for governor have captured all of the attention this election season, but it's important not to forget the other major statewide races that will make a major impact in Colorado.