The Denver Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security will be testing the city’s outdoor warning siren system on Wednesday at 11 a.m.
A minivan carrying nine people rolled and crashed early Friday on Utah’s main east-west highway near the Colorado border, killing four people and injuring four others.
Federal authorities are looking into the possibility a popular Colorado resort is part of an international drug operation.
State officials urged residents on Friday to avoid the contaminated floodwater pouring into western Nebraska from Colorado, while offering assurances that the flood posed no immediate threat to cities, railroad lines or Interstate 80.
Federal agents with guns drawn arrested suspected online predators after the culmination of a 5-week long national crackdown on Internet targeting of children.
People in the Denver metro area saw more ambulances, police cruisers and fire engines on Wednesday as a large-scale disaster drill was held at the Denver International Airport.
Federal investigators believe an auto dealership was a front for a multimillion dollar operation involving drugs, cars and money laundering. Agents also searched for a tunnel used for smuggling.
Retail experts say Americans will likely spend $1.6 billion on Cyber Monday 2012, a 20 percent increase with about 25 percent of the shoppers using tablets.
The U.S. Supreme Court took some of the teeth out Arizona’s tough immigration law. The court on Monday upheld a key provision in the law, but struck down the rest of it, and the ruling has implications for Colorado.
Elected officials would do well to remember that it is the job of the voters to pick their representatives, it is not the job of elected officials to pick who gets to vote.