College Students Vandalize Native American RuinsFort Lewis College in Durango is looking into a case of vandalism involving students.
Funeral Service Held For Blue Angels Pilot In DurangoPeople waving flags and standing at attention said goodbye Saturday to a Blue Angels pilot who was killed in a crash while practicing for an air show.
Police Say Pot Theft Behind Slaying Of Fort Lewis StudentPolice say four Arizona men arrested in the fatal shooting of a college student in Durango planned to steal a large amount of marijuana from his house.
Colorado Honors MLK With Huge Turnout In DenverTens of thousands of people walked through Denver on Monday to honor Martin Luther King Jr. in one of the biggest turnouts in years for the city's annual march and parade.
Colorado Tuition Bill For Native Americans AdvancesA Colorado proposal to provide in-state tuition to many Native Americans is advancing the state legislature.
Former ThunderRidge High Star QB Gets Chance In The NFLFootball players who are good enough for the NFL will be found, just like a little known quarterback out of Fort Lewis College who is getting his chance with the St. Louis Rams.
Former Arkansas Coach John L. Smith Takes Over At Fort LewisJohn L. Smith used to coach in packed Southeastern Conference stadiums. His new place barely holds 3,000 fans.
Michelle Obama Returning To Colorado Next WeekMichelle Obama is returning to Colorado for events next week.
Utah Man Shot To Death In Southwest Colorado, Suspect ArrestedAuthorities say a college student from Utah has been shot to death in the San Juan National Forest in southwest Colorado and a suspect has been arrested.
Denver Native Helps Out In Japan With Tsunami ReliefA Denver native is part of a group that is in Japan and helping people recover from the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit the country in March.
Western New Mexico Team Loses Gear In Bus Fire Before Playing Fort LewisThe Western New Mexico football team has made it to Colorado for its game against Fort Lewis College, but its equipment didn't.
Fort Lewis College Settles Suit In Stun Gun CaseFort Lewis College approved a $140,000 settlement for a man who claimed campus police used excessive force when they used a stun gun on him during a Lyle Lovett concert.