Judicial discipline largely handled in “darkness” in Colorado, with most states offering greater transparency

Colorado is one of 15 states where the cases against judges who misbehave don't become public until punishment is ordered. If no punishment is handed out, then no one in the state ever knows about it.

After two decades and almost $100 million dollars, Colorado launches a new online unemployment benefits system

It's taken 20 years and almost $100 million for Colorado to create a modern unemployment benefits IT system, but on Sunday the state labor department rolls out its new claims website to the thousands depending on payments to make ends meet during the pandemic.

18-year-old in custody for allegedly shooting Aurora parents of five children

An 18-year-old wanted in connection with the shooting deaths of an Aurora couple was taken into custody Thursday and charged with two counts of first-degree murder.

Parents of 16-year-old shot in back by Colorado prisons employee file lawsuit

The parents 16-year-old Alexis Mendez-Perez, who was shot in the back while running through backyards in Montbello to flee police, sued the Colorado Department of Corrections officer who killed their son.

Complaining about the mess that is 2020? At least Coloradans aren’t starving because of a locust plague.

Colorado may be dealing with record heat, wildfire haze and a pandemic in August 2020. At least it doesn't have locusts. In August 1875, a locust plague was exactly the scourge pioneers faced.

Search for Aurora man who disappeared after playing at Gilpin County casino stretches into fourth week

Law enforcement in two counties are searching for a missing 65-year-old man who disappeared this summer after gambling at a Central City casino.

Two brothers killed in shooting in Lakewood Walmart parking lot

A pair of teen brothers died after they were shot Sunday night in the parking lot of a Lakewood Walmart.