Judge blocks Biden’s pause of new oil, gas leases on public land in Colorado and other states
Louisiana and 12 other states sued after President Biden signed an executive order canceling oil and gas lease sales through June.
Denver police shoot, kill man suspected of firing shots
Division Chief Ron Thomas says the man in his 20s was shot Sunday evening and taken to a hospital, where he died
Defense rests its case in STEM school shooting trial, closing arguments to begin Monday
20-year-old defendant has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the killing of Kendrick Castillo two years ago. His co-defendant was sentenced to life last summer.
3 women accuse ex-Westminster police officer of sexual misconduct
Wayne Darrell Nelson, 68, was charged with seven counts stemming from incidents between April 2018 and December 2020
21 people indicted in illegal Colorado marijuana operation with ties to China
Officials have seized about $1 million worth of marijuana proceeds, hundreds of pounds of the drug and more than 10,000 marijuana plants
Judge rejects effort to return MLB All-Star Game to Georgia
The rewrite of Georgia’s election rules followed former President Donald Trump’s repeated unproven claims of fraud after his presidential loss to President Joe Biden
Colorado picks first 5 scholarship winners in vaccine drive
A total of 25 scholarships are being offered by the state, along with a $1 million lottery program for five adults
Family of woman killed near Coors Field sues suspect, ex-Denver police sergeant
Attorneys for Isabella Thallas' father, Joshua Thallas, and her boyfriend, Darian Simon, filed the lawsuit in Denver District Court on Tuesday
Denver-based debt collector must return $475K to Washington consumers
Machol & Johannes unlawfully assessed fees and failed to provide consumers with information about legally required garnishment exemptions, according to the lawsuit
It’s official: Colorado has its first gray wolf pups in 80 years
Two wildlife officials each spotted a litter of at least three wolf pups hanging out with their parents over the weekend
59 million skiers visited U.S. resorts in the 2020-21 winter season
78% of ski area operators said this season exceeded their expectations, according to a National Ski Areas Association survey
Weld County tornado destroys 2 homes, damages other buildings
Following a survey of the damage, the National Weather Service rated the tornado as an EF1 on the Enhanced Fujita scale
Former Arapahoe County Sheriff Patrick Sullivan dies
Sullivan served as sheriff between 1984 and 2002 and was considered a local legend until he was arrested in 2011 and charged with trading methamphetamine for sex after he was caught in an undercover operation
Now-fired Colorado state trooper pointed rifle at car in off-duty dispute, police say
Wesley Dakan is charged with menacing and was fired June 1, after an internal affairs investigation.
Woman who hit deer killed after being hit by another vehicle
At least nine people were injured on Monday
Mexican national team match in Denver halted for second time because of discriminatory chants
Soccer officials repeatedly have attempted to stop homophobic chants at Mexican national team matches.
Four hikers injured in avalanche on Torreys Peak near Georgetown
The hikers sustained minor injuries and were able to leave the mountain on their own or were evacuated, Undersheriff Bruce Snelling said.
Arrest warrant stays sealed for man accused in Suzanne Morphew’s death
Barry Morphew's arrest affidavit will remain sealed
Colorado prison inmate indicted in death of woman missing since 2018
Juan Jose Figueroa was charged Friday with murder and kidnapping in Rita Gutierrez-Garcia’s death
Colorado State Patrol trooper fired after arrest in felony menacing case
Wesley Dakan, 44, was put on paid leave after the Colorado State Patrol was notified about the allegations by Denver police in the April 25 incident and fired on Tuesday after an internal affairs investigation