Castle Rock police are increasing patrols around schools after a man tried to lure a child Tuesday afternoon.
The Douglas County school board election may be over, but a legal dispute questioning the district's neutrality in the race played out at a court hearing Tuesday.
An immense public spat between the Black Forest Fire-Rescue District and El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa heated up again Tuesday after the fire department announced it had hired independent
Prosecutors in the Aurora movie theater shooting case are fighting a motion by defense attorneys to close upcoming hearings concerning the gunman's psychiatric evaluation.
One person is dead and a second person was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries after a car tumbled into Clear Creek Tuesday morning, authorities say.
Deer Trail residents will not be voting today on whether the town should sell drone-hunting licenses.
A fire that started Monday night at an Centennial home rekindled early Tuesday morning, causing more damage.
Denver residents will be allowed to grow only12 marijuana plants per household for recreational use, the City Council decided on Monday.
Lakewood police are investigating the death of a man found in a motel room Monday afternoon.
Four people have been indicted as part of an alleged crime ring that involves stolen cars, guns, methamphetamine and other illegal drugs, according to the Colorado Attorney's General's Office.
Evacuations are underway for the Clear Creek RV Park in Golden due to a wall of water, approximately 4 feet high, which authorities said will hit the mouth of the canyon in 30 minutes or
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State regulators on Tuesday approved an Xcel Energy plan to triple large-scale solar energy resources, add a flexible gas power plant and retire a coal burning plant, all of which drew a cheer
One person was found dead, and seven were hospitalized Tuesday after police responded to a home in unincorporated Adams County.
A scathing audit of the state program that trains disabled people for jobs found that millions of dollars have been potentially misspent with little or no oversight, while others who need the
The mother of a 3-year-old Frederick boy who fatally shot himself inside their home has been charged with a felony.
Ninety-thousand pounds of meat and poultry produced in rodent-infested areas are being recalled by a Colorado-based company.
With peak influenza season still a month away, 52 cases had been reported across Colorado from Oct.
Six bottles of an extremely rare French wine that could fetch thousands of dollars on the black market were swiped from the wine cellar at The Brown Palace Hotel in Denver.
Federal prison officials have begun transferring mentally ill inmates from the Supermax prison in Florence to a prison in Atlanta following a lawsuit that accuses guards of ignoring severe
A Democratic vacancy committee on Tuesday night appointed Arvada City Councilwoman Rachel Zenzinger to fill a state Senate seat vacated by former Sen.
Denver police arrested eight people this weekend during an undercover prostitution sting at a Holiday Inn hotel.
The Eagle County District Attorney on Tuesday formally charged Traci Cunningham in the shooting death of her adoptive mother, a former nun.
A 53-year-old Denver man who sought fathers willing to strap their sons onto his homemade torture table was sentenced to nearly seven years in prison on federal child pornography charges.
A woman facing a ticket for leaving her car running unattended ended up getting a ride to jail instead, police said.
A Thornton man who told Denver police he took seven high-end pieces of luggage from the carousels of Denver International Airport — including one belonging to guitar god Peter Frampton
A body was found Monday afternoon in a Lakewood motel room and police are investigating the case as a homicide.
Western State Colorado University announced that Gov.
Two Denver police officers fired for lying about their involvement in a videotaped beating outside a LoDo bar more than four years ago will stay off the job, the city's Civil Service Commission
High school students competing at high altitude have fewer concussions than sea-level athletes, according to a new study co-authored by the Colorado School of Public Health.