Jury Gets 'Make My Day' Case In Colorado Springs Shooting Colorado Springs jury is deliberating whether a U.S. Army Green Beret was justified in fatally shooting an intruder inside his garage under Colorado's "Make My Day" law.
Officer In Pence Motorcade Crashes, In Serious ConditionA motorcycle officer in Vice President Mike Pence's motorcade crashed Saturday morning.
Massive Utah Blaze Pouring Smoke Into ColoradoA massive wildfire in Utah is sending smoke into Colorado.
Pence Visits Focus On The Family Amid Change For Religious RightVice President Mike Pence's visit Friday to Colorado to celebrate the anniversary of Focus on the Family comes at a time of change for the religious right during the age of President Donald Trump.
Road Rage Suspect Arrested After Facebook Video SurfacesA road rage suspect has been arrested after video of an altercation with another driver surfaced on Facebook.
Cheyenne Mountain's Baby Giraffe 'Continues To Do Well'Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's baby giraffe continues to do well.
Fresh Off Emergency Calls Involving Fatalities, Firefighters Happy To Rescue DucklingsFirefighters in Colorado Springs pulled seven ducklings from a storm drain in a rescue effort that lifted their spirits.
Planned Parenthood Shooter Still Incompetent For TrialA judge says a man who acknowledged killing three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic remains mentally incompetent, stalling the case against him.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's Baby Giraffe Hitting Major MilestonesThe Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's new baby giraffe is having some major milestones.
Private Boarding School Employee Accused Of Planting Smoke BombAn employee with a private boarding school has been accused of trying to set off a military-style smoke bomb on campus.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's Baby Giraffe Goes OutsideThe Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's new baby giraffe spent much of Monday outside.
Gardner Recommends Colorado's Suthers To Head FBISenator Cory Gardner is recommending Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers to be the new FBI director.