Boston Marathon Bombings
A Colorado man who witnessed the Boston Marathon bombing reacted to Wednesday’s verdict.
Tuesday marks one year since two bombs went off at the finish line of the Boston Marathon and a Colorado woman who was there plans to run it again.
The founder of the organization that built Colorado’s largest mosque is offering to bury suspected Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev in a Denver-area Muslim cemetery.
The first Hispanic Supreme Court justice is in Denver for the dedication of the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Building. During a talk with students, she spoke about this issue of racial profiling in light of last month’s Boston Marathon bombings investigation.
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings other races across the country are now examining their security, and that includes the Bolder Boulder.
It’s now known what kind of bombs were used at the Boston Marathon. But who made them and why are the questions the FBI and other law enforcement agencies are trying to answer.
Flags at Colorado’s public buildings will be flown at half-staff in honor of those hurt and killed in the bombings in Boston.
Colorado runners were among those who witnessed the exploding bombs at the Boston Marathon on Monday, and many are now returning home with stories of how terrifying the event was.
More than 500 people from Colorado were running in the Boston Marathon on Monday and several of them witnessed the first explosion first hand.
Colorado law enforcement agencies have been advised to be on the lookout for suspicious activity following the bombings in Boston.