The new pilot program, launched in May, puts some young adults charged with crimes on a different track.
The Whittier Cafe, a cultural hub in Denver's Whittier neighborhood, discovered racist vandalism that said "F---ing N-----s" on a railing this morning, a cafe employee said.
A combined effort by the Denver Justice Project and Black Lives Matter 5280 have stepped up a new tradition aimed at ending cash bonds.
It's been more than a decade since inmates in Denver jails could have in-person visits with friends and family members.
The perspective-bending portraits of Native American children along the Cherry Creek Trail have officially been restored to their former glory.
Worshippers at one of Colorado's oldest mosques found a window broken when they arrived for a morning prayer session on Sunday.
After a light sentence draws outrage, Sen. Irene Aguilar wants to change how sex offenders are sentenced in Colorado
This bill would let judges opt for fixed prison terms for certain sex offenses instead of the "indeterminate," potentially lifelong sentences they carry now.
McCann takes office in January. We sat down with her recently to find out what we should expect.
The crime of which Austin Wilkerson was convicted carries a presumptive sentence of four to 12 years in prison. He got two years of work release.