Body cameras worn by Fountain police officers did not capture a fatal shooting of a teenager by an officer.
Monthly Archives: September 2015
Like past Republican presidential debates this election cycle, the GOP showdown being held in Boulder on Oct. 28 will feature two tiers of candidates, according to a news release on Wednesday from CNBC, the cable news network broadcasting the debate.
Greeley police say a man burglarizing a home died Wednesday morning after being confronted and shot by a homeowner.
When a 25-year-old woman was killed in a car crash on Interstate 70 near Eisenhower Tunnel in August, a community rallied together to find three missing pets that were inside the car with her.
A single firm would oversee an expansive list of work in Denver’s River North neighborhood under a proposed $140 million city contract.
Two armed robbers wearing “Scream” masks held up a Lakewood bank Wednesday morning, brandishing their weapons and threatening tellers’ lives.
One person was seriously injured Wednesday afternoon in downtown Denver after being struck by a vehicle, police say.
A federal judge on Wednesday issued a preliminary injunction blocking federal land managers from regulating fracking on public lands — siding with Colorado and other oil-producing states
Aurora theater shooting prosecutor George Brauchler will not seek his party’s nomination for the U.S. Senate, a move that sends Republicans scrambling once again for a competitive candidate in one of the nation’s top races.