Police in Wyoming called their counterparts in Lone Tree with concerns about Matthew Riehl more than a month before the Dec. 31 shooting.
A woman and two boys were wounded in the shooting in the Manual High School parking lot, one of them critically.
Coffman suggests his fellow Republicans stop trying to address so many issues in one bill and break the effort up into pieces.
Montbello shooting activates Denver’s Safe Haven Initiative, turning a nearby church into a place to seek help and air grievances
In response to the shooting, the New Life Christian Center was designated a Safe Haven for three days, under a Denver program launched only a month ago.
Everyone was free to go home a little before 4 a.m., bringing an end -- though only for now -- to an effort to convince Cory Gardner to stand against his party's health care plan.
Activist Carrie Ann Lucas told Denver police to Google how to use her wheelchair; now she’s charged with interference
She was charged with interference with a police officer along with the trespassing citations issued to nine others arrested in Sen. Gardner's office.
Medicaid cuts in Republican health care bill could cost Colorado $15 billion over 10 years, analysis finds
"How is Colorado going to respond to these very heavy Medicaid cuts? It's probably going to be something that could even define the next governor's term."
Aurora and Denver police officers were justified in shooting Juan Ramos to death in Montebello in November 2016, according to District Attorney Beth McCann.
The mosque members wrote to an undisclosed person at the Department of Homeland Security on Dec. 24 about a man named "Joshua," who was "not listening to reason."
Colorado's law on self-defense in residences was the first of its kind and remains one of the strongest in the country.