Man Accused Of Killing RTD Guard: Actions Were 'For Pleasure Of Allah'The man charged in the murder of a Regional Transportation District security guard says his actions that night were to please Allah.
AP: Man Accused Of Shooting Security Officer Pledges ISIS SupportA former U.S. soldier accused of shooting and killing a transit guard in downtown Denver last month says he is a supporter of the Islamic State group, but investigators say they have not found evidence the terror group had anything to do with the killing.
Just Back From Iraq, Retired Soldier Wants To Return As JournalistAfter more than three decades as a soldier, Lt. Col. Mitch Utterback is now pursuing a graduate degree in journalism at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Remains Of Colorado Men Killed While Fighting ISIS Return HomeThe bodies of two Colorado men returned home on Friday, several weeks after they were killed while fighting ISIS in Syria. The return of their remains has given their families some closure.
Bodies Of 2 Coloradans Killed Fighting ISIS To Return HomeThe bodies of two Coloradans killed fighting ISIS will return home on Friday.
Colorado Family Says Son Died Fighting For Kurdish MilitiaThe parents of a Colorado man reported killed fighting against the Islamic State group says their son joined Kurdish forces to "fight the evil that is ISIS."
Coloradan Joins Kurdish Forces Battling ISIS, Dies On BattlefieldJack Shirley was 24, almost 25, and raised in Colorado, but he died on a battlefield in Syria.
Denver Man Has Unique Perspective On North Korean Hydrogen Bomb NewsNorth Korea is rattling nations around the world with an unannounced test of a powerful bomb. The communist nation claims it successfully tested a miniaturized hydrogen bomb.
Isis Books & Gifts Rebrands After 'Ignorant People React In A Negative Way'Longtime bookstore Isis Books & Gifts on South Broadway is rebranding its advertisements after being made a target of vandals.
Rep. Mike Coffman Returns After Visiting Troops In AfghanistanRepublican Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman spent his Thanksgiving in Afghanistan with U.S. troops. He was part of a Congressional delegation getting a closer look at the security situation in the region.
Denver Professor Urges Travelers Not To Give In To FearAn expert on Middle Eastern affairs at the University of Denver is encouraging people to be cautious, and a travel agent has a booking suggestion for flyers.
'Hacking Apps' Could Be Best Way To Disrupt ISISA video on YouTube from hacker group Anonymous claims the organization has disabled more than 20,000 online accounts related to the terrorist organization ISIS in the wake of Friday’s attack in Paris. One professor in Denver believes it could be the best way to disrupt the terror group's network.