The Summit County District Attorney’s Office says a 42-year-old Michigan man could face second-degree murder and assault charges in a death that apparently followed a fight at Frisco motel.
Seven-year-old Max Vertin has a disease that is weakening his muscles, but not his imagination.
Colorado’s public colleges and universities would get a tuition cap and funding boost under a bill approved Tuesday by the state Senate.
The judge in the Colorado theater shooting case is rejecting a defense attempt to block a second sanity evaluation of defendant James Holmes.
Colorado’s legal pot industry may be booming, but state lawmakers aren’t sure how to spend the windfall.
Colorado lawmakers advanced a measure to ban red-light and speeding cameras, but they’re facing strong opposition from local governments and police.
Colorado’s public colleges and universities will have lower tuition increase caps next year under a bill that won unanimous approval Monday in the state Senate.
Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper did not violate the state’s gift ban or improperly use staff time for a partisan governor’s conference, a Colorado ethics panel ruled Monday.
A proposal aimed at reducing the use of solitary confinement for prisoners with serious mental illness has won unanimous approval in the state Senate.
A World War II veteran from Arvada was surrounded by his four sons and several grandchildren and great grandchildren as he was awarded a Prisoner of War medal.