After seven months, and many feet of snow in Rocky Mountain National Park, wildland firefighters still cannot say the Fern Lake fire is out.
Don Poole, the Colorado Department of Transportation’s maintenance patrol supervisor for Highway 82, and two other employees took two reporters up to show CDOT’s process and progress in clearing the state’s second-highest paved road.
Most of Colorado’s elected sheriffs are trying to strike new gun restrictions with a federal lawsuit against the state that argues the laws violate the right to bear arms.
An Iraq War veteran who was convicted of manslaughter in a motorcycle club shooting has been sentenced to 21 years in prison.
Colorado’s unemployment rate in April continued to fall, dropping to 6.9 percent from March’s 7.1 percent.
A fire that started in a construction truck has damaged an overhanging awning on Denver’s historic Union Station.
Colorado’s newest state park is being dedicated Friday.
Colorado’s junior Senator will co-sponsor a bill to protect reporters from having to reveal their sources.
Days after a gunman entered a suburban Denver movie theater, killing 12 moviegoers and injuring 70 others, Gov. John Hickenlooper and Colorado health officials began talking about revamping a state mental health system that had been devastated by budget cuts.
The star of the London Olympics still has much of her life in front of her. But Missy Franklin reached one important milestone last week, celebrating her 18th birthday, and she’ll mark another Monday when she graduates from her Denver-area high school.