Numerous residents grilled city and state leaders at a Saturday community forum about recent fatal encounters between Denver law enforcement and residents, including the shooting of a teen-age girl.
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A standoff that closed an Interstate 70 ramp for four hours Saturday afternoon ended peacefully, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
Former Top Gun pilot Lang Sias has finally won an election after a vacancy committee on Saturday elected him to former Rep. Libby Szabo’s seat in the state House.
Two separate rollover accidents about four miles and one half-hour apart left one man injured Saturday morning near Hartsel in Park County, authorities say.
A man driving a Subaru Outback was headed west on Boulder Canyon Drive toward Nederland at about 6:25 p.m. Friday when a mountain lion emerged from Boulder Creek and ran out in front of the car, according to the Colorado State Patrol.
The 2000 block of Perry Street was shut down Friday evening following an accident involving a car and a motorcycle, Denver police said on its Twitter feed.
Longmont-based DigitalGlobe bid farewell to an old friend and trusty servant this week.
Two have shown up for jury duty apparently drunk. One was suspected of being high. Another may have been faking a broken arm. None were immediately dismissed from the jury pool for the Aurora movie theater shooting trial.
The father of reality television star Heidi Montag was arrested Thursday by Aspen police on charges of aggravated incest, sexual assault on a child and sexual assault of a child by one in a position of trust.