Silverman: Normal rules of self-defense don’t apply when your house is invaded
The legal battle over the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol — the people's house — has begun. America needs justice.
Opinion: Crime is up, and Democratic lawmakers aren’t helping
Instead, they have made police work more difficult
How Rogel Aguilera-Mederos’ sentence could be shortened by the court, and the power Colorado’s governor has to intervene
The truck driver’s sentence may be reconsidered after prosecutors made an unusual request for the penalty to be reexamined. Gov. Jared Polis could also use his broad clemency powers if he feels it’s necessary.
Zornio: 110 years in prison for I-70 truck driver is too much, his sentence should be commuted
Gov. Jared Polis, District Attorney Alexis King and the state legislature all have roles in remedying the unjust prison sentence for truck driver Rogel Aguilera-Mederos
Nicolais: The 110-year prison sentence in a fatal truck crash is a cry for change
The sentence imposed on Rogel Aguilera-Mederos highlighted the need for real reform in the mandatory sentencing guidelines imposed in Colorado
Littwin: Shouldn’t the question be why Kyle Rittenhouse was carrying an assault-style weapon in order to, uh, help people?
Whether or not the then-17 year old is convicted of murder, the right to carry a gun in a provocative situation is what, in America, some call freedom
Silverman: Expect the quest for justice for Jonelle Matthews to continue and improve
A Weld County jury failed to reach a verdict in the trial of Steven Pankey, who is accused of kidnapping and killing the 12-year-old Greeley girl in 1984
The Denver Police Department hopes its new therapy dog will break down barriers with the community
Shelby is an eager 19-month-old who will work with the downtown area's community resource officer
14 months after an Englewood slaying, the victim’s family pushes to keep the unsolved killing in the spotlight
More than a year after the brazen daylight slaying of Joe Hix, along a busy bike path, no arrests have been made in the case
Two Denver schools targeted with “messages of hate,” vandalism
A vandal or vandals smashed a window and cut electricity at a Jewish private school and covered the walls of a public high school with racist and antisemitic graffiti
Zornio: Gabby Petito’s tragic death should inspire changes to domestic violence policy
One in four women are victims of domestic violence in America, but change is possible
Silverman: Expect a big ruling this week in the Barry Morphew murder case
Barry Morphew is accused of killing his wife, Suzanne. A Chaffee County judge must make critical probable cause and bail eligibility rulings
Denver will close Civic Center park near Colorado Capitol for safety, health concerns
City officials said the park and surrounding areas have become a “hotspot for violence, crime, drug sales and substance misuse"
Judge rejects mining company lawsuit over contested Glenwood Springs quarry
Younger STEM School Highlands Ranch shooter takes stand in trial of his alleged accomplice
One student was killed and several others wounded in the 2019 attack
Colorado effort to limit arrests for low-level criminal offenses dies in statehouse committee
This is the second version of the legislation, which would have limited arrests for low-level offenses, to be rejected this year.
I-70 reopens near Eisenhower-Johnson Memorial Tunnels tunnel after shutting down over suspicious device
Colorado State Patrol Trooper Josh Lewis said a 911 caller reported an SUV traveling west contained an “explosive device”
Colorado hunter banned from 48 states after poaching spree
Colorado Parks and Wildlife said hearing examiner Steven Cooley decided last week to permanently suspend hunting privileges for Iniki Vike Kapu
Colorado court orders new sentencing for Idaho nurse imprisoned in connection with Kelsey Berreth’s murder
Krystal Lee Kenney’s case will be returned to a Colorado judge for resentencing.
Opinion: Some Colorado newspapers are rethinking criminal justice coverage
The national racial justice reckoning lately is involving publications that are atoning for past wrongs by rethinking the way race is considered in, among other things, criminal justice coverage.