2 Colorado Electors Try To Overturn Voting RequirementTwo Colorado electors filed a lawsuit Tuesday to overturn a state law requiring electors to cast their ballots for the presidential candidate who won their state.
Bullying, Harassment Reported At Federal LabA congresswoman says an investigation into falsified data at a federal laboratory in Colorado also uncovered alleged workplace harassment.
Researchers Worry As Info Lags On Pot Use By Older AdultsSurveys show a small but growing number of older adults are using marijuana — a trend that worries researchers who say not enough information exists about how pot affects older users.
Navy Christens Submarine USS Colorado In Shipyard CeremonyAnnie Mabus smashed a bottle of sparkling wine from a Denver vineyard against the Navy's newest attack submarine Saturday, christening it the Colorado.
Fort Collins Man Dead After Being Hit By TrainA Fort Collins man is dead after being hit by a train.
Wastewater Leaks At Plant Destroying Chemical WeaponsAbout 450 gallons of hazardous wastewater leaked from a tank at a Colorado plant where chemical weapons are being destroyed, the Army said Friday.
Expansion Of Colorado's Largest Coal Mine Clears A HurdleColorado's flagging coal industry got a glimmer of hope when the federal government removed one obstacle to expanding the state's largest mine, but it isn't a done deal, and further court challenges are likely.
11 Big Game Animals Killed, Left To RotWildlife officers say someone shot and killed 11 big game animals in eastern Colorado and left the carcasses to rot.
Democratic Anti-Trump Electors Raising Money Off The EffortDemocratic members of the electoral college trying to stop Donald Trump from becoming president are raising money off their efforts.
Bruce Springsteen Visiting Tattered Cover After Owner's Passionate PleaBruce Springsteen is stopping in Denver as part of a nationwide tour promoting his new autobiography "Born to Run".
Jackpot Rigging Scandal Grows In Scope As Trials NearA prosecutor says two brothers accused of conspiring to fix lottery games in five states had rigged another drawing for which they claimed a jackpot and planted software on additional computers that would have enabled them to fix more games if they hadn't been caught.
Woman Gets 20 Years In Prison For Grandson's Drowning DeathA woman who pleaded guilty to child abuse stemming from the drowning death of her 10-year-old grandson in Wheat Ridge has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.