The Army said Tuesday it will consider cancelling one of several clearances that Fort Carson would need to expand a training site in southeastern Colorado.
Colorado Democrat Mark Udall is praising the White House decision to let committee members see secret legal opinions that justify the use of lethal drone strikes against terror suspects.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers says Colorado is joining a multistate lawsuit against electronic book publishers.
A prison in southeast Colorado that closed earlier this year wasn’t a victim of the national mortgage crisis. But it could find new life because of it.
Prosecutors and lawyers for former Arapahoe County Sheriff Patrick J. Sullivan Jr. are discussing a potential plea bargain.
A child-trafficking ring coerced or lured at least four girls under the age of 18 into prostitution in five Colorado cities, state Attorney General John Suthers said Monday.
A CBS4 investigation has learned that administrators for the 18th Judicial District have been unable to locate about $6,000 in cash that was evidence in a criminal case.
The state attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Fired Up For Kids, the group behind the firefighter calendars said to be for charity.
The company that promised to help people get rich, the Dalbey Education Institute, is now broke. The company has filed for bankruptcy.
People in towns across Colorado are voting on whether to ban medical marijuana dispensaries in their communities. They include Fort Collins, Palisade, Brush, Routt County and several others.