Watchdog Blasts Denver Sheriff's Response To Inmate's DeathThe Denver Sheriff's Department mishandled an investigation into the 2015 death of a man restrained by deputies at the jail and must change its disciplinary and investigative process, a law enforcement watchdog agency said in a blistering report Monday that focused new attention on a case that has already resulted in a $4.6 million settlement.
Trash, Tire Fires Keep Some From Going Home After WildfireBurning tires and trash are keeping a few residents from going home after a wildfire started on a southern Colorado Army post and spread across the post boundary, destroying three homes and several vehicles.
Woman Sentenced To Prison For Abandoning ChildrenA 26-year-old Colorado woman has been sentenced to eight years in prison for leaving her two young children locked in a bedroom for days while she traveled out of state in March 2017.
Vail, Breckenridge To Start Electric-Bus Demos This WeekA pair of Colorado towns will host electric bus demonstrations as part of a project to upgrade their public buses to battery-electric.
Broken Generator Source Of Gunshot Reports Last MonthAuthorities believe a malfunctioning generator at a supermarket was responsible for making sounds similar to gunshots last month.
Johnston Qualifies For Colorado Gubernatorial PrimaryFormer Democratic state Sen. Mike Johnston has qualified for the party's June 26 primary for governor.
Feral Cats Make Western Governor's List Of Invasive SpeciesFeral cats are invading the U.S. West along with other pests, and state governors released a list of the worst offenders Thursday.
Interior Will Send $18 Million From Roan Drilling To ColoradoThe U.S. Interior Department will send $18 million from oil and gas development from Colorado's Roan Plateau back to the state.
No, A Tornado Did Not Carry A Home Nearly 130 MilesA Kansas official has debunked a widely shared story that recently resurfaced on Facebook about a woman named Dorothy whose Oklahoma home supposedly flew nearly 130 miles before landing outside Wichita.
Report: Emails Warn Colorado Capitol Workers To Avoid PressThe nonpartisan administrator of Colorado's state Senate has warned staff, aides and interns that policy forbids them from speaking to journalists about workplace issues — including sexual harassment.
Colorado Springs Police Kill Man After Motel StandoffColorado Springs police shot and killed a man they were trying to arrest after a six-hour standoff.
On Fort Carson, At Least 19 Kid-On-Kid Sex Assault ReportsA decade after the Pentagon began confronting rape in the ranks, the U.S. military frequently fails to provide justice to the children of service members when they are sexually assaulted by other kids on base.