The gold that will be used to replace the gilding on the state Capitol dome is back in Colorado after being transformed into gold leaf in Italy.
The survivors of a woman who died during the production of a reality TV show pilot have filed a wrongful death and negligence lawsuit against Discovery Communications Inc. and Anthropic Productions Corp.
A former Loveland police officer has pleaded guilty to charges including unlawful sexual contact.
The Black Forest Fire is now 75 percent contained, and officials are hopeful the residents of the some of the worst burned areas will be allowed to briefly return to their property on Tuesday or Wednesday.
The teachers union representing teachers in Denver public schools is fighting back against the district’s policy for dealing with poorly performing teachers.
A husband and wife were stabbed and pepper sprayed at a light rail station, and police are scouring surveillance video from the area.
Coroner’s officials say a man who was killed in a shooting involving Fruita police officers had multiple gunshot wounds.
Police say one man has died after an accident while trying to remove tree stumps in Aurora, and another is injured.
A man who was part of a church group is facing federal charges of false information and threats after expressing concern about a bomb on a Frontier Airlines flight on Friday.
Residents near a 485-acre wildfire burning north of Rifle are back home.