Man Who Allegedly Terrorized Hikers Appears In CourtThe man charged with terrorizing Colorado hikers and bikers appeared in court on Monday.
Dogs No Longer Allowed On Trails At State ParkDogs are no longer allowed onto hiking trails at Mueller State Park.
Pursuit Ends When Driver Rolls Down EmbankmentA pursuit ended west of Colorado Springs after the driver rolled a van down an embankment.
People Evacuated After Grandfather, Child Bring Home Possible ExplosiveHomes were evacuated when a child and his grandfather brought a possible explosive home.
Injured Eagle Takes Flight, Released Back Into The WildColorado Parks and Wildlife announced the release of a rehabbed golden eagle back into the wild.
Pikes Peak Area ReopensOfficials announced they have reopened the road leading to a popular tourist area of Colorado's Pikes Peak.
Fire Burns Near Shooting Area In Douglas CountyA wildfire was burning north of Woodland Park in Douglas County in the Hayman Fire burn scar area on Tuesday afternoon.
Fire Danger Prompts Fire Restrictions In Several CountiesSeveral counties in Colorado have fire restrictions in place after an increased fire danger forecast across the state.
Another Man Admits Voting In Kansas, Colorado In Same ElectionKansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says a Wichita man who voted in Kansas and Colorado during the same election has agreed to pay $5,500 in fines.
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 Testing New Voting Machines Next MonthAmid national anxiety about aging voting machines, Colorado elections officials are testing four types of new machines in elections next month as they move toward upgrades statewide.