Young Army Private Dies After Snowboarding Crash At Buttermilk MountainA U.S. Army private has died after an accident while snowboarding at Buttermilk Mountain in February.
Prosecutors Will Not Seek Death Penalty For Man Accused Of Dismembering ExProsecutors will not seek the death penalty for Adam Densmore, the man accused of murdering and dismembering Ashley Mead, the mother of his daughter.
Man Accused Of Murdering, Dismembering Woman Appears In CourtThe man accused of murdering and dismembering the mother of his daughter appeared in court in Boulder on Tuesday.
Boulder Missing Mom Case Transitions Into Homicide InvestigationPolice in Boulder announced Thursday morning that they have served a warrant for the arrest of Adam Densmore.
Tulsa, Oklahoma, Police Officer Charged In Man's DeathProsecutors in Tulsa, Oklahoma, charged a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man on a city street with first-degree manslaughter Thursday.
3 Charged In Triple Homicide In Park HillThree people have been charged in connection with a triple homicide in Park Hill earlier this month.
Suspect In Park Hill Triple Homicide Arrested In OklahomaPolice in Denver have announced the arrest of a suspect in a triple homicide that occurred last Friday night in the Northeast Park Hill neighborhood.
5 Things: Final Four Margin Of Victory Record ObliteratedVillanova blasted Oklahoma 95-51, a semifinal record for margin, and North Carolina topped Syracuse 83-66. It sets up what should be—what we hope will be—a competitive final tonight.
Rising Star: Oklahoma Forward Khadeem LattinThe Oklahoma Sooners’ strength is their perimeter shooting, but their secret weapon is 6’9” forward Khadeem Lattin
Supreme Court Pot Announcement Extends Legalization DebateThe U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday that it won't consider a lawsuit filed by two other states challenging Colorado's pot law.
Oklahoma AG Bemoans Colorado Pot In US Supreme Court FilingOklahoma's attorney general says his state and others are suffering from the export of marijuana from Colorado and wants the U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether Colorado's pot market violates federal law.
Oklahoma To Pursue Marijuana Lawsuit Against ColoradoOklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has said that he plans to continue to press the U.S. Supreme Court for permission to sue Colorado over its marijuana laws, despite objection from President Obama's administration.