Woman Says Hotel Charged $350 For Giving Negative ReviewThe Indiana state attorney general's office not only filed a lawsuit against the Abbey Inn on Dec. 15, but also accuses the business of violating the state's Deceptive Consumer Sales Act.
Police In Indiana Shoot At Actor Portraying Bank RobberIndiana State Police say they're investigating after a police officer in the western Indiana city of Crawfordsville fired a gunshot at a movie actor portraying a bank robber.
'Double Hat Bandit' Arrested After Robbing Banks In Seven StatesShayne Carson, 54, is thought to be responsible for at least 18 bank robberies in seven states, including Colorado.
Zoo Welcomes New 172-Pound Baby GiraffeFort Wayne's zoo is celebrating the birth of baby giraffe that already weighs nearly 200 pounds.
Dozens Of Bikers Brought A Bullied Student To His First Day Of SchoolAbout 50 motorcyclists escorted a sixth-grader to his first day of school Tuesday to help boost his confidence because he was previously bullied.
History Shows There's Going To Be Drama When DU Lacrosse Faces Notre DameWhen the Denver Pioneers lacrosse team meets Notre Dame in the NCAA quarterfinals on Saturday, you can expect some drama.
Family Of Slain Colorado Grad Student Raising MoneyThe family of a University of Colorado graduate student who was stabbed to death in Boulder over the weekend is raising money to pay for his funeral back home.
Hiker Missing Since Friday Uses Mirror To Signal Search PlanesA hiker missing since Friday has been found thanks to a mirror he used to signal search planes.
Authorities Probe Former Weld County Deputy's Actions In '12 Shooting Of WifeColorado authorities are investigating the actions of a sheriff's deputy after the shooting death of the wife of a fellow deputy in 2012.
Good Friday, Passover And True Religious FreedomThe national discussion over religious freedom acts has clouded the reality that we enjoy far greater religious freedom than much of the world, and today is a great day to appreciate that fact.
Denver Mayor Bans City-Funded Travel To Indiana Over Religious Freedom LawDenver Mayor Michael Hancock says he is banning all nonessential, city-funded travel to Indiana after it adopted a religious-freedom law that critics say allows discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Guide To March Madness' Final FourA quick start travel guide to help prepare you for your trip to the Final Four in Indianapolis.