34 min ago
Pentecostal pastor says Denver jail is blocking immersion baptisms
Maurice Gordon says he has not been allowed to baptize jail prisoners with his portable tank since March.
7 hrs ago
Gun groups sue to block new Connecticut gun law
Leaders of Connecticut gun advocacy groups said on Thursday they had sued to knock down a strict new gun-control law passed in April because they believed the measure would not improve public safety.
11 hrs ago
Denver judge closes foreclosure; law's fate rests in federal court
A Denver judge on Tuesday rescinded his order authorizing the county foreclosure auction of an Aurora woman's house, paving the way for the banks she sued in federal court to press for its dismissal.
16 hrs ago
Psychotic bodybuilder who 'became obsessed with Batman's Joker'...
A psychotic bodybuilder obsessed with Batman's arch nemesis the Joker has admitted carrying out a terrifying unprovoked axe attack on a stranger in a public gym.
20 hrs ago
'We're Not Going to Tolerate It': Colo. Sheriffs...
Weld County, Colo., Sheriff John Cooke, left, with El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa, center right, and other sheriffs standing behind him, speaks during a news conference at which he announced that 54 Colorado sheriffs are filing a federal civil lawsuit against two gun control bills passed by the Colorado Legislature, in Denver, Friday, May 17 ... (more)
Wed May 22, 2013
Rocky Mountain News
Don McBreen, 87, pilot for governors, keeper of history
Don McBreen, of the Colorado State Patrol in 1961. As a pilot for the patrol, he flew three governors around the state.
KSFO AM 560
Colo. Gov. Delays Aurora's Chuck E. Cheese's Killer's Execution
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has indefinitely delayed the execution of convicted killer Nathan Dunlap, saying that he had doubts about the death penalty, much to the dismay of victims' families and a furious district attorney.
Denver and Aurora cops, FBI seek bank robbers dubbed Trick or Treat bandits
Surveillance cameras caught the image of robbers at the First Bank, 2850 North Quebec St in Denver at 10:30 on March 27.
Student at Community College of Aurora Earns Denver Metro Title as Top Persuasive Speaker
Jensen then honed his skills the last six years as a bartender, a petri dish of persuasive speaking, with some pitches more effective than others.
E-470 toll plaza to be turned into gas-and-go station by next summer
Motorists buzzing along the E-470 tollway next summer may be able to grab a sandwich or tank of gas without having to take an exit.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Sampson Independent
Alumnus reaps benefit of his MOC Experience
John Nielsen'98 of Aurora, Colorado believes the time he spent at Mount Olive College at Seymour Johnson was one of the most significant experiences of his adult life.
April Construction Slips One Percent
May 20, 2013 - New construction starts in April settled back 1% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $473.0 billion, according to McGraw Hill Construction, a division of McGraw Hill Financial.
North Platte Bulletin
Colorado man jailed for North Platte assault
A Colorado man is in the Lincoln County Jail, after he was charged with hitting a woman in the face Sunday.
Mon May 20, 2013
Adult Entertainment Store Employee Shot In Aurora
The shooting occurred Sunday afternoon at the adult entertainment store called Pleasures located in the 1800 block of South Havana Street.
Sun May 19, 2013
Colorado Sheriffs Suing Over Gun Control Laws
Colorado's recently approved gun control laws, passed in response to the Aurora, Colo., and Newtown, Conn., massacres, are being challenged by a delegation of sheriffs who say the laws are unconstitutional.
Criminal background checks don't predict college crime
Neither criminal background checks nor pre-admission screening questions identify students likely to commit crime on college campuses, U.S. researchers say.
Two late night Aurora accidents leave two in critical condition
Two separate accidents, within minutes of each other, in Aurora on Saturday night left a two pedestrians hospitalized in critical condition, according to the Aurora Police.
Two suspicious devices found in Aurora
Police were called out to North Peoria Street and Fitzsimons Parkway at 8 p.m. after a person spotted what looked like a live grenade near a trail at Sand Creek Park.
Sat May 18, 2013
Aurora Public Schools open first community garden
Solemi Pedraza and her children, Nemiah, 10, and St. Marks, 13, work in their family plot during the North Middle School Garden Festival in Aurora, CO May 18, 2013.