Prison-Defense Killer Wins Another Round In Colorado CourtA Colorado prisoner who killed a fellow inmate and then successfully claimed immunity under a "Make My Day" law has won another round in court.
Mountain Biker Killed By Bear Near Glacier National ParkA grizzly bear attacked and killed a 38-year-old mountain biker as he was riding along a trail just outside Glacier National Park, Montana authorities said.
Lavish Features Cut From Over-Budget Aurora VA hospitalImported Brazilian stone has been scratched from the budget-busting design for a veterans hospital under construction in Aurora, replaced by cheaper Colorado rock.
U.S., Nonprofit Work With Landowners To Reduce Wildfire RiskThe federal government and a nonprofit group say they'll work with private property owners to reduce the risk of major wildfires and protect rivers in the West.
Noodles & Company Diner's Credit Cards May Be CompromisedGuests who dined at Noodles & Company, including 60 locations in Colorado, may have had their credit or debit card accounts compromised.
Colorado Surgery Tech To Plead Guilty In Painkiller TheftA hospital surgery technician accused of stealing painkiller syringes in Colorado, possibly exposing patients to HIV, plans to plead guilty.
Lavish Features Cut From Over-Budget Denver VA HospitalThe new construction bosses at an over-budget veterans hospital outside Denver say they're saving money by scaling back landscaping and using Colorado stone instead of Brazilian imports.
Former Colorado School Official Acquitted Of Sex AssaultA Denver jury on Tuesday acquitted a former Colorado school official of four counts of sexual assault of a child, the Denver District Attorney's Office said.
Church, Community Focus Of Family Killed In Train CrashChurch and community were central to the lives of the Colorado family hit by an Amtrak train on their way to Sunday services according to relatives and pastors who knew them.
US Finishes Plan To Protect Roan Plateau In Western ColoradoFederal land managers have taken another step toward protecting most of western Colorado's wild Roan Plateau from natural gas drilling, releasing a revised plan that puts many areas off-limits.
US, Nonprofit Work With Landowners To Reduce Wildfire RiskThe federal government and a nonprofit group say they'll work with private property owners to reduce the risk of major wildfires and protect rivers in the West.
Rocky Mountain National Park's Old Fall River Road ReopensA scenic road that served as the original motor route into Rocky Mountain National Park's alpine tundra is set to reopen for vehicle use.