By The Associated Press, JESSE BEDAYN and MEAD GRUVER
Relatives who knew or feared their loved ones were among the 190 abandoned bodies found decomposing in a Colorado funeral home watched in person for the first time as the owners of the business appeared before a judge.
As Shaquille Brown prepares to face a motions hearing Monday for the El Paso County Courthouse killing, details emerge surrounding the incident and a prior altercation with the victim, William Winters.
As Colorado gears up for the contentious December 8 wolf reintroduction, Colorado Parks and Wildlife's new brochure guides residents on avoiding conflicts and navigating the impact of gray wolves in the state's ecosystem
Regarding our state’s water supply, many Coloradans prioritize protecting the precious resource. With the winter snowpack well on its way, questions about using fluoro wax while hitting the slopes are popping up. Powderhorn Mountain Resort is choosing an alternative.
Downtown Denver grapples with a somber discovery after five individuals were found dead following a frigid night, with four of the deaths attributed to drug overdoses. The city has surpassed its total drug overdoses for 2022 ahead of the end of the year.
During the Thanksgiving weekend, a car-train collision in Weld County claimed the life of a 4-year-old child and injured others. A 2-year-old child also sustained serious injuries, and the driver and a male passenger suffered minor injuries.
A police officer charged with manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide in the 2019 death of Elijah McClain has testified that he put the 23-year-old Black man in a neck hold because he feared for his life.
Federal officials say their investigation into a Colorado coal train derailment that killed a truck driver and shut down a major highway is focused on whether inspection and maintenance practices at BNSF Railway contributed to the accident.