Bill Masters has been in office for 38 years, and he's seeking an 11th four-year term.
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Mills and three other leaders of the Aryan Brotherhood were convicted in 2006 in a federal racketeering case, which included multiple counts of murder.
Detainees may arrive in Aurora from the U.S.-Mexico border or New York City, far away from family and a known place.
The Denver Police Department can help you install theft prevention screws on your plates, among other things.
An editor of The Colorado Independent was handcuffed for taking photos of a naked, black man being handcuffed in public.
Prosecutors say Santos Ramirez-Carrillo grew marijuana on federally owned land near the Colorado River.
Justice Kennedy was a supporter of gay rights, but he also weighed in on the conservative side for cases such as Citizens United.
The judge presided over several high-profile cases, including the Aurora theater shooting trial.
The rally was one of hundreds across the U.S. urging the Trump administration to reunite families.
Scott Ostrem is charged with killing three people in a Walmart on Nov. 1, 2017.
Pazen, a DPD veteran, is a Denver native and a former U.S. Marine who served during the Gulf War.
The jail in Durango reached capacity earlier this month when it housed 228 inmates, 11 more than its listed capacity of 217 inmates.
The justices at the high court cited last month's Masterpiece Cakeshop ruling in their decision to not hear the Arlene's Flowers case.
Washington courts will review the florist’s case for similar issues that were found with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission's case against Jack Phillips.
The parents of the boy had filed a civil suit against the resort for negligence. An appeal is not out of the question.