Chants of “Justice for Ashley!” echoed through the streets of Evans on Sunday in an unusual protest that was staged outside the Evans Police Department.
The family of a woman who they say was murdered is calling for action from the Evans Police Department.
A young woman’s death in Evans was first ruled a suicide, but now the case has been reopened and her parents believe her husband killed her.
A Denver attorney says he has evidence that an Evans police detective tampered with witness statements in a 2012 shooting that was originally ruled a suicide.
Evans Police announced on Monday that they are reopening a shooting investigation that was closed two years ago. Police and the coroner originally determined Ashley Fallis committed suicide in 2012.
As Colorado recovers from last fall’s devastating floods some victims are raising serious questions about where the federal money for rebuilding is being spent.
Five months after Colorado’s devastating flooding last September, an Evans neighborhood is still in shambles and nobody wants to be responsible for the cleanup.
An Evans community destroyed by floods last year is becoming a potential health risk as the ruins have still not been cleaned up.
For the third time, FEMA has extended temporary housing assistance for Colorado flood victims who haven’t been able to find more permanent housing.
As recovery work continues statewide after last month’s flooding, hundreds of victims who are still out of their homes are getting an extension from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.