Judge Says Forest Service Violated FOIA In Wolf Creek PlanA federal judge has found that the U.S. Forest Service violated the Freedom of Information Act by failing to conduct an adequate search and limiting what was disclosed without proper explanation to a proposed development in southwestern Colorado.
Colorado Woman's Drowning At Grand Canyon Remains MysteryKaitlin Kenney was on a rafting trip through the Grand Canyon in January when she wrote a journal entry about her deep respect for the unforgiving environment and her desire not to become too intoxicated and keep a clear head.
AP IMPACT: MIA Work 'Acutely Dysfunctional'The Pentagon's effort to account for tens of thousands of Americans missing in action from foreign wars is so inept, mismanaged and wasteful that it risks descending from "dysfunction to total failure,"
Police Detail Attack On Broncos' Jason HunterA police report obtained by The Associated Press is shedding new light on the domestic dispute that put Denver Broncos defensive player Jason Hunter in the hospital.
SEC Workers In Denver Disciplined For Porn At WorkThe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has counseled or disciplined more employees who accessed pornographic sites on government computers.
Court Denies Media Access To Gruesome Prison VideoA federal appellate court in Denver has denied the media access to video and autopsy photographs showing the mutilation of a prison inmate killed by his cellmates even though the images were used by prosecutors during two criminal trials.