Ahmed El-Kaddah was charged with menacing and reckless endangerment in the Sept. 11 crash.
Kyle Gould “gave the best advice he could based on what he knew,” his attorneys wrote in a motion and argued Monday in court.
In closing arguments, ACLU of Colorado says agreement breaks state law, while sheriff’s attorneys counter that after training they are de facto federal agents
Bradley Bass was “misguided” but acted in good faith after he preserved Snapchat images while investigating an incident among students, a district court judge rules
During opening day of trial in Cripple Creek, the ACLU says sheriff’s 2019 agreement illegally keeps people in jail after posting bond
Five people suing Sheriff Jason Mikesell argue that the sheriff’s office should not be using tax dollars for “unconstitutional activities and an unconstitutional program,” according to the lawsuit.
A new, all-electric Food and Drug Administration lab will be funded through $79 million from the federal climate change and health care law.
More than 5,000 pages and a terabyte of evidence, including surveillance footage, 911 audio and photographs have been collected in the case against Anderson Lee Aldrich.
Employees interviewed by a third-party consulting agency consistently described the DHSEM leadership as “dysfunctional,” which they say has eroded trust and communication in the division
A dozen more charges involve two more victims in the Nov. 19 attack on the LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs.