A jury could be seated by Tuesday afternoon in the Aurora theater shooting trial. The district attorney told them it was their last chance to say no to “horrible roller coaster through the worst haunted house ever.”
After nearly three months of jury selection — and almost three years after the mass shooting — a jury could be seated Tuesday for the death penalty trial of the man charged with killing 12 people and injuring 70 others in a packed suburban Denver movie theater.
Late Sunday night police thought they would find a large crowd of cars gathering for a street race at the intersection of South Quebec Street and East County Line Road. Instead, they found an empty parking lot.
Jury selection in the Colorado theater shooting case is winding down as prosecutors and defense attorneys finish individually questioning candidates about their views on the death penalty and mental illness.
A man who targeted the children he was babysitting by photographing and selling the pornographic images was sentenced to prison after pleading guilty.
California’s Missy Franklin has won the Honda Sports Award as the nation’s top woman in college swimming.
Colorado Republicans have ousted their state party chairman over concerns that the GOP should be in better shape.
Friends and family on Saturday remembered a Colorado hero who had been missing for more than 60 years.
Prosecutors in the Aurora theater shooting case want a judge to keep the public from seeing graphic autopsy and crime-scene photos during the trial, saying the images would traumatize the families of victims.
There was an emotional homecoming Thursday morning for a Colorado soldier who died in Korea.