Nederland’s town marshal says he is resigning after just six months because he can’t adjust to the altitude.
A federal appeals court in Denver is suggesting that a partisan impasse in Congress may prevent Kansas and Arizona from getting federal elections officials to help them impose proof-of-citizenship requirements on voter registration forms.
Attorneys in the Aurora theater massacre returned to court for a hearing on whether testimony on fingerprint comparison should be allowed at the trial.
About 100 soldiers who were serving in Kuwait returned to Fort Carson early Sunday morning.
Khan, who sparked Pakistan’s squash supremacy many decades ago, died Monday. The Colorado resident was believed to be 100 years old.
About 150 soldiers returned home Saturday morning from a deployment in Afghanistan.
A mentally disabled Colorado man accused of killing a Montana teacher is asking the state Supreme Court to reverse a lower judge’s ruling that he is fit to stand trial.
Rio Blanco County Sheriff Si Woodruff is recovering from a stab wound he received while trying to arrest a suspect in a hospital parking lot.
A handful of marijuana activists in Denver have lost their first effort to have pot taxes thrown out.
Two U.S. senators called for an outside investigation of how the Air Force Academy handles sexual assaults, including an allegation that agents were blocked from speaking to football coaches.