Colorado Attorney General’s Office
The Colorado Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in cases that will determine the fate of 50 people who were sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for crimes committed when they were children.
An environmental group is threatening to sue Colorado, saying its management of water in the San Luis Valley is putting New Mexico’s stretch of the Rio Grande at risk.
The group that brought edgy ads to television and billboards in an effort to reduce meth abuse is bringing that same approach to a statewide effort to prevent teen prescription drug abuse.
A state employee lost a USB drive with the Social Security numbers and home addresses of nearly 19,000 workers while transporting it between work locations.
A Mesa County man who inspired a new law compensating the wrongly convicted is nearing a monetary settlement with the state.
A Colorado statewide grand jury has indicted 12 people on charges of defrauding investors and running an illegal medical marijuana growing operation.
The improving economy is giving Colorado lawmakers the power to restore budget cuts from recent years, and the Democrat-led Senate gave an initial OK to next year’s spending plan on Wednesday.
The improving economy is giving Colorado lawmakers the power to restore budget cuts from recent years. But don’t expect both parties to widely agree on next year’s spending plan as the Senate debates the budget.
A Greeley woman was getting threatening phone calls until she was able to get her phone company to stop the calls.
A Colorado judge can schedule the state’s first execution in 15 years after the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected an appeal from an inmate who killed four people at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in 1993.