“If ever there were an escape-proof prison, it’s the facility at Florence,” said Burl Cain, the former longtime warden of the maximum-security Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. “It’s the prison of all prisons.”
Attorney Nick Gradisar, a water board member and former leader of the local Democratic Party, handily beat former City Council President Steve Nawrocki in Tuesday's run-off.
El Paso recreational cannabis customers have to either shop in the quaint resort town of Manitou Springs, or take I-25 south to Pueblo or north to Denver.
The leaks and corrosion can be traced to cost-cutting that dictated construction compromises.
Ramirez Valiente’s lawyer, Lisa Guerra, said a motion filed to reopen his case cannot be processed because of the partial government shutdown.
Clear progress on the new Olympic museum has reinvigorated interest and enthusiasm in the City for Champions project.
Guests must use portable toilets parked in the dusty parking lot area, and the only food served comes in the form of donated box lunches.
Preliminary results from the Colorado School of Mines and the Colorado School of Public Health research were shared with residents Thursday night.
A new book focuses on the work of visual artist and musician Roy L. Smith, known to many as “Ramblin’ Roy.”
Colorado Parks and Wildlife are stocking Gunnison River rainbow trout in the Arkansas River near Salida in hopes of recreating natural reproduction there.