Kidnapping Suspect Claims Innocence In Roommate's DeathThe man accused of taking two girls from their home in Texas is now charged with kidnapping.
Police: Kidnapping Suspect Had Previous, Disturbing ChargesRound Rock police updated the public on the case of two kidnapped girls. Officials say the girls and the man accused of taking them were found in Las Animas County.
Colorado's Oldest Continually-Operating Synagogue Forced To Shut Its DoorsThe congregation of Temple Aaron has put their temple up for sale, and hopes a buyer will come along who is sympathetic to the history and significance of the building.
Magnitude 3.9 Quake Hits Near New Mexico-Colorado LineThe U.S. Geological Survey has downgraded the strength of a small earthquake near the New Mexico-Colorado border.
Friends, Family Remember 5 Killed In Amtrak-Van CrashFriends and family gathered Friday to remember five people, including three young children, who were killed when an Amtrak train slammed into their minivan at a crossing in southern Colorado.
Deadly Railroad Crossing Near Trinidad Was Eyed For Safety ImprovementsA railroad crossing in southern Colorado where five family members, including three young girls, were killed when an Amtrak train slammed into their minivan had been targeted for safety improvements for years.
Positive Wildfire Outlook Following Big Snow SeasonWhile the low fire danger is very good news, the risk is never far away from the Front Range.
40 Colorado Sheriffs Sign Letter To White House Opposing Guantanamo Detainees PlanAs President Barack Obama considers what to do about fulfilling his campaign pledge to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and possibly bring the prisoners to Colorado, 40 sheriffs from Colorado have voiced their opposition in a letter to the White House.
40 Colorado Sheriffs Oppose Guantanamo Detainee PlansFifty sheriffs across Colorado have written to the White House to oppose any plan to move Guantanamo detainees to the state.
Colorado Education Board Members Hear Testing ComplaintsA Colorado State Board of Education member says more than 100 parents have told him of attempts to pressure them into allowing their children to take standardized tests, prompting the board to issue a statement Monday to rein in districts.
Southern Colorado DA Admits To Mishandling Cases, Could Be SuspendedA southern Colorado district attorney has admitted to mishandling more than a dozen criminal cases and will spend the next two years under close supervision.
Wildlife Ranger Admits To Poaching Deer, Co-Workers Upset Over DisciplineA Colorado Parks and Wildlife ranger has been disciplined for poaching but some of his co-workers don't think the punishment went far enough.