'I Didn't Feel Anything': Theater Shooter's Video Interviews With Psychiatrist ReleasedProsecutors have released hours of video showing Colorado theater shooter James Holmes' interviews with a psychiatrist about the 2012 massacre in Aurora.
Police: Driver Runs Red Light, Causes Deadly Crash On ColfaxA man is in custody following a two-car crash Saturday that killed one person.
Lone Tree Man Convicted Of Robbing Investors Of $16 MillionBanned twice before by the state for fraudulent practices, a Lone Tree man couldn't resist the temptation to solicit funds from investors a third time.
Reckless Corvette Driver Sought For Head-On Near-MissesBoulder County law officers announced Friday the identity of the reckless driver wanted for almost causing multiple head-on collisions a week ago. The police are also hoping to speak to more of those other drivers who were nearly collided with.
Colorado Prison On Lockdown After 4 Guards AssaultedA Colorado prison is on lockdown after officials say four guards were assaulted and injured by inmates.
Inmate Serving Life Sentence For Murder Dies After FightThe Colorado Department of Corrections say a man has died after a fight with another inmate at the Colorado State Penitentiary.
State Panel Rejects Latest Attempt To Open Shuttered PrisonColorado's shuttered solitary confinement prison will remain closed for the foreseeable future.
Suits For Success: Inmates Get A Head Start After Life Behind BarsOrganizers hope that by being able to dress the part and talking with potential employers, former inmates will see that a different future is possible for them.
Colorado Bans Solitary Confinement For Longer Than 15 DaysInmates in state prisons can't be held in solitary confinement for more than 15 days, the Colorado Department of Corrections announced on Thursday.
Founder Of 211 Crew Found Dead In PrisonThe man who founded the 211 Crew, a prison gang linked to the murder of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements, has been found dead in prison.
3 Afghan Prison Workers Missing During Training In ColoradoThree Afghan prison employees who went missing over the weekend from a Colorado training facility weren't believed to pose a threat, a state prison official said Monday, and authorities remain most concerned about the visitors' welfare.