Despite the infamy of the crime, Wyoming is among just five states that have not passed laws focused on crimes motivated by the victim's identity, such as their sexual orientation.
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Scott Ostrem, 48, opened fire inside a crowed Walmart in Thornton on Nov. 1, 2017.
Even though the Boulder woman's allegations didn't prevent Brett Kavanaugh from joining the Supreme Court, her attorney John Clune said she is glad she came forward.
Republican George Brauchler and Democrat Phil Weiser debated on their relationship to the federal government and the biggest issues in Colorado.
In Colorado, 48 juvenile offenders who had expected to spend their lives in prison will have their sentences revisited. Curits Brooks is one of them.
The two sides, Disability Law Colorado and state officials, head to federal court Friday to fight it out again.
The program ran for about a year and was intended to give people experiencing homelessness a safe place to store clothing and other possessions.
Christine Blasey Ford Is '100%' Sure Kavanaugh Assaulted Her. Kavanaugh Calls The Accusations A 'Political Hit'
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testified in front of the same Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday.
Colorado's senators had differing opinions as to whether the FBI should investigate Boulder woman Deborah Ramirez's claims.
Colorado resident Deborah Ramirez alleges Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her while the two were in college together at Yale.
The Colorado tribe was one of 133 nationwide to receive grant money from the Justice Department for law enforcement.
An employee of the VA’s Network Contracting Office in Colorado has been charged with helping two businessmen rig federal contracting processes.
The U.S. State Department’s varied explanations for rejecting the passport application weren’t reasonable, U.S. District Judge R. Brooke Jackson said in his ruling.
District Attorney Michael Rourke says releasing information from the autopsies could influence witnesses and affect future jurors.
The workers allege the company fired them wrongfully, and revoked a policy that allowed them to take breaks in order to pray during their shifts.