June 5 marks National Doughnut Day, and police agencies across Colorado are taking a moment to have a little fun on their Twitter accounts.
Trade talk about Troy Tulowitzki has been a frequent topic of conversation for Rockies fans for more than a year now, but in the past week it was impossible to ignore.
A security researcher told federal agents he was able to hack into aircraft computer systems mid-flight numerous times through the in-flight entertainment systems, and at one point he caused a plane he was on to move sideways.
A man is under investigation after he says he hacked into an airplane computer system from on board the flight.
Charities are hoping people will vote for a Denver marijuana dispensary owner to get a second chance to compete on the CBS reality show “Survivor.”
One Colorado family got some very welcome news late Sunday night from Nepal, and the survivors of an earthquake say it’s pure luck they weren’t killed.
Police in Aurora say the parents of a young girl left alone in a Mexican restaurant have been found with the help of social media.
The Colorado State Patrol is stepping up enforcement with the goal of zero fatalities and zero tolerance towards unsafe drivers.
In recognition of Aurora’s large Hispanic population, the police department has launched a Twitter account called Aurora PD En Español to better serve that section of the community.
The Colorado Department of Transportation has teamed up with the Colorado State Patrol to step up an effort to end distracted driving.