Last year at this time former University of Colorado Buffalo Ryan Miller was playing in the NFL. Now he’s just a spectator — but not for long, if he has his way.
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, Oct. 26 and several Denver metro area locations are participating.
A Saudi Arabian official asked a Colorado judge Thursday to let a Saudi man return to his home country to serve probation and enter a treatment program for sexually assaulting his housekeeper and treating her as a virtual slave.
Lawyers for Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes on Friday added his emails to the list of evidence they say should not be allowed at his trial.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys in the Aurora theater shooting case are battling over what evidence can be admitted during James Holmes’ murder trial — all in an attempt to build up or tear down the case that he was insane.
Two shuttered Steak ‘N Shake restaurants in the Denver-area will re-open in late November.
Deputies in Arapahoe County are searching for the driver wanted in a hit and run that left a young cyclist injured.
A teenager accused of brutally stabbing her mother to death refused to leave her jail cell for court Thursday morning. She did appear before a judge Thursday afternoon and was charged with murder.
The burgers and fries are still being served at two Steak ‘n Shake restaurants in the metro area but might not be for long after a federal judge in Denver has ordered the stores shut down.
The career of a professional football player can end in an instant. Just ask Matt McChesney. He got hit by a golf cart. So what’d he do? He picked himself up, brushed himself off and started a new career as a trainer.