Report: Army Says Troops Lost Their Way, Went Off CliffAn Army vehicle took the wrong road in the dark and was making a U-turn when it tumbled off a cliff at a Colorado training range last year, killing one soldier and injuring five, according to a recently released report.
1 Killed In Shooting At Super 8 MotelAdams County Sheriff's Office received a call at approximately 4 a.m. reporting that shots had been fired in the area of 58th Avenue and Broadway.
Denver City Attorney Scott Martinez Steps DownScott Martinez, Denver’s city attorney who had been under fire on several fronts, is stepping down with little explanation, according to an announcement from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
Couple Allegedly Caught With 'Significant Amount' Of Stolen MailTwo Castle Rock residents have been arrested after allegedly stealing from mailboxes across Douglas County.
Former Greeley Teacher Gets 7 Years For Sex With BoyA former Greeley teacher accused of having sex with a middle school student between 40 and 50 times over the course of a year has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
Rock-Crushing Plan Along Swan River Has Summit County Residents UpsetPeople packed a meeting in Summit County on Tuesday to show their disapproval of a rock-crushing operation. But the county commissioners denied their appeal, meaning the project is full steam ahead.
Bill Regulating Fantasy Sports Scores Another Goal At Colorado CapitolA bill to regulate fantasy sports websites like DraftKings and FanDuel is a step closer to becoming law in Colorado. It passed a key committee with help from former Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Stokley.
Father Of Man Accused Of Killing Stepmom Wants Death Penalty For SonThe stepson of a well-known veterinarian on Colorado's Eastern Plains, and another man, are accused in her murder and appeared in court on Tuesday.
Video Shows Deadly Shooting At National Western ComplexThe City of Denver Manager of Safety's Office has released video of a deadly shooting during a motorcycle expo at the National Western Complex in January. Police have also released their final report on the investigation.
Counties Face Tough Task Of Cutting Wait Times At DMV OfficesThe average wait time for motor vehicle registration and renewals in Weld County is now 90 minutes, up from 60 minutes two years ago. In the worst cases, customers have waited up to three hours at a time.
Marijuana Grow Operations Must Control SmellBig changes are coming for Denver businesses that cause odors, specifically marijuana grow operations. The Denver City Council has passed new rules regulating the smell.
Boulder Giving Out Free Native Plants To Residents Who Remove Myrtle SpurgeThe City of Boulder is encouraging the community to remove myrtle spurge from their properties and bring the noxious weeds to the fourth annual Purge the Spurge event this Saturday.
Apartment Rental Rates Cooling Slightly In ColoradoRent declined slightly in Colorado from March to April but continue to remain higher than the national average.
Privatizing DMV Bill Passes Senate, Heads To HouseA bill that would privatize the Department of Motor Vehicles has passed the state Senate and will now to to the state House.
Gov. Hickenlooper Signs $27 Billion Colorado BudgetGov. John Hickenlooper has signed a $27 billion state budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1.
Former Denver City Council Candidate Guilty Of Forging Petition SignaturesA former candidate for Denver City Council District 2 has pleaded guilty to allegations that she forged petition signatures.
Civic Center EATS Features More Food Trucks This YearCivic Center EATS kicked off for the season in Civic Center Park on Tuesday. This year more food trucks have joined the popular lunchtime event in downtown Denver.
Water Main Damaged During Ashland Reservoir ProjectCrews worked to repair a water main break in Wheat Ridge near 29th and Fenton.
Colorado's Battle Over Regulating Fracking Shifts To BallotColorado's battle over who should regulate fracking - and how much - now shifts to the November election after the state Supreme Court overturned attempts by local governments to impose their own rules.
Molson Coors Profit Nearly Doubles On Vancouver Brewery SaleBeer maker Molson Coors Brewing said Tuesday that its first-quarter profit nearly doubled as it sold a brewery in Canada.
Colorado Decides Against Organic Labels For MarijuanaA Colorado proposal to certify organic marijuana has been rejected amid concerns the labels would imply pot is healthy.
Colorado Closer On Tough Student Data Privacy LawColorado is one step closer to adopting one of the nation's toughest laws to protect the privacy of student data.
Aurora Uses Pot Sales Tax Revenue To Help HomelessAurora is using recreational marijuana sales tax revenue to help the homeless.
Colorado Senate Passes Juvenile Life Sentencing BillColorado's GOP-led Senate overwhelmingly passed legislation Tuesday that would bring the state in line with U.S. Supreme Court rulings that mandatory life sentences without parole for youth offenders are unconstitutional.
Llama Home Safe After Escape, Adventure In Boulder CountyA llama caused some drama in Boulder County late Tuesday morning when it escaped its enclosure.
Man Drowns After Canoe Capsizes In Larimer County LakeLoveland Fire & Rescue received the call at 8:48 p.m. about a person in the water at Boedecker Lake. Two men in a canoe had capsized it and immediately began calling for help.
Colorado Pot-In-Schools Bill Awaits Governor's PenColorado schools would be required to allow medical marijuana use under a bill awaiting the governor's pen.
Snowy Season Drops Over 200 Inches Of Snow On Foothills Near DenverAs the snow season winds down across Colorado the numbers are impressive, especially along the Front Range.
Man Sentenced In Robbery Of GrandmotherA man convicted of robbing an elderly woman and taking her tax refund money has been sentenced to the maximum in prison.
Man Pleads Guilty In Nightclub MurderA man charged in connection with a shooting death outside of PT's Showclub on East Colfax Avenue last year has pleaded guilty.