Esther Nakajjigo was living in Denver and visiting the eastern Utah park when she was killed after wind swung an untethered metal gate into her car
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.
Court proceedings against Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, 23, have been paused for more than a year after Judge Ingrid Bakke first found him to be mentally incompetent
Poaching numbers by nature are elusive, but last fall brought a discernible spike in wildlife infractions across the state
The owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, who won a partial U.S. Supreme Court victory after refusing to make a gay couple’s wedding cake, lost an appeal over his latest case
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
The government alleged in the complaint that Google is looking to “neutralize or eliminate” rivals in the online ad marketplace through acquisitions and to force advertisers to use its products
Researchers are looking into the link between violent crime and teenagers spending more time virtually connected but physically alone