Most sex offenders eligible for release should first receive psychological treatment behind bars.
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Almost one in 10 deadly car accidents in the state in 2016 were related to road rage.
William H. Reid was one of two court-appointed psychiatrists who evaluated Holmes’ mental health before the trial.
Attorneys general from 19 states, plus the District of Columbia, filed an amended complaint Friday asking a judge make it illegal to share plans on creating printable plastic weapons.
Colorado became the first state to provide inmates with tablets in 2016. Now, more than one in 10 correctional facilities nationwide offer tablets to their inmates.
The killing of Richard Black is the fourth police shooting in the city of Aurora in about a month.
Richard "Gary" Black had killed a naked home intruder who was attacking his grandson before he was shot by Aurora police.
If someone is found mentally incompetent to stand trial, the state is required to “restore” them to competency within 28 days. Lawyers and advocates say the state is taking far longer.
ICE notifications mean federal officials requested that local police tell them when certain people are being released from jail.
The most striking thing about the pair's "Fighting Racism" program is the bare honesty of it all.
Pazen replaces the controversial Robert White, who announced his retirement in April.
Bill Masters has been in office for 38 years, and he's seeking an 11th four-year term.
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.