Surveillance footage showing Anderson Lee Aldrich pulling up to the Colorado Springs nightclub in an SUV and opening fire inside will be shown in court, 4th Judicial District Attorney Michael Allen has previously said.
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Loveland Ski Area patrollers, paramedics seek to unionize in push for better wages
If successful, Loveland would join a growing list of ski areas with unionized patrollers in Colorado’s consolidating resort industry
Club Q to reopen in fall with enhanced security, tribute to shooting victims
The redesigned LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs will have enhanced security features that its owners hope can become “a model for countless queer spaces across the country”
Colorado libraries keep closing for meth contamination. Is it their problem to solve?
Denver metro libraries are spending tens of thousands of dollars to clean up meth residue in their bathrooms.
Charges filed against pilot who flew plane recklessly low over boat on Horsetooth Reservoir
Ahmed El-Kaddah was charged with menacing and reckless endangerment in the Sept. 11 crash.
Attorneys for former Clear Creek County deputy ask judge to drop charges in fatal shooting of Christian Glass
Kyle Gould “gave the best advice he could based on what he knew,” his attorneys wrote in a motion and argued Monday in court.
Judge to rule on Teller County sheriff’s partnership with ICE by end of February
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
Judge dismisses charges against eastern Colorado school principal in teen sexting case
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
Teller County sheriff testifies his agreement with ICE doesn’t break Colorado law
During opening day of trial in Cripple Creek, the ACLU says sheriff’s 2019 agreement illegally keeps people in jail after posting bond
Trial set to begin on ACLU’s allegations Teller County sheriff violated state law with ICE agreement
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.