WITH BUDGET CUTS LAST YEAR, THE COUNTY CODE COMPLIANCE SERVICES COULDN'T AFFORD TO KEEP AS MANY ENFORECEMENT OFFICERS ON STAFF AND AS A RESULT COMPLAINTS HAVE STACKED UP.
MINDSPRINGS SAYS THEY NEED SOME HELP BEFORE THEY CAN MOVE a substance abuse residential program that's being forced out of its current location.
THE RULES OF THE ROAD IN COLORADO ARE RAISING CONCERNS FOR SAFETY ADVOCATES. A NEW NATIONAL REPORT OUT TODAY BY THE Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, says Colorado's laws make the State close to being dangerously behind in adoption of recommended optimal safety laws.
COLORADO LAWMAKERS WILL DEBATE OVER CHARGING YOU FOR PLASTIC BAGS AT THE GROCERY STORE.
PALISADE COULD SEE A NEW DRIVE THRU COFFEE SHOP RIGHT IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN. -- . BUT THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES HAVE TO APPROVE TRAFFIC CHANGES TO AN ADJACENT ALLEY FIRST.
AN ORCHARD MESA RESIDENT IS IN THE HOSPITAL WITH LIFE THREATENING INJURIES AFTER FALLING FROM A CLIFF BEHIND A HOUSE.
Brandon Griesemer was accused by the FBI of calling CNN 22 times on Jan. 9 and 10, railing against African-Americans and Jews and threatening a mass shooting.
In the wake of deadly mudslides in Montecito, California, a county emergency manager suggests residents can decide whether to be "a victim or a survivor."
Mayon, the country's most active volcano, has been spewing ash, lava, and pyroclastic material since Jan. 13, displacing close to 40,000 residents.
A newly declassified report says the Pentagon knew Afghans were committing human rights abuses like child sexual assault but still approved military funding.
USA Gymnastics board Chairman Paul Parilla, Vice Chairman Jay Binder and Treasurer Bitsy Kelley have resigned.