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Topic - the denver post
Police Chief Dan Oates has ended his tenure in Aurora.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is inspecting 411 state highway bridges that survived September's flooding.
State officials and community members are set to gather in a park in Westminster to mark National Missing Children's Day.
Six Frontier Airlines aircraft that were damaged by hail at Denver International Airport are back in service.
Denver's airport is seeing few challenges to its marijuana possession ban, airport and police officials said.
Defense attorneys in the Colorado movie theater shooting case say the Arapahoe (uh-RAP'-uh-hoh) County district attorney made inappropriate comments about the upcoming trial that are further evidence the trial should be moved.
The federal government has approved Colorado's plan to consolidate several rating areas to reduce health insurance premiums, hoping to reduce costs in mountain and rural areas, including pricy resort towns, the Colorado Division of Insurance said Monday.
Scientists at Colorado State University say the number of miller moths migrating through northeastern Colorado this spring is expected to be well above average.
Motorists detained at an Aurora intersection two years ago while police tried to find a man who robbed a nearby bank have sued the city, alleging unlawful search and seizure.
A former rare-coin dealer from Colorado accused of taking about $2.5 million from customers without delivering the coins they had ordered has been sentenced to 7 ½ years in federal prison.
California ranchers, despite near-record beef prices, are culling their cattle herds in response to one of the most severe droughts the state has ever faced, and Colorado ranchers are taking advantage.
A man who lives near Oprah Winfrey's new property above Telluride, Colorado, is suing her for allegedly blocking access to hiking trails open to neighbors for decades.
Denver is investigating the largest contract ever awarded to a minority-owned company in its history after the bulk of the work was turned over to another firm.
A man charged in the hit-and-run death of an 11-year-old boy in Denver is scheduled to go to trial Aug. 11.
Authorities say a woman whose body was dumped on Lookout Mountain west of Denver did not have any ties to Colorado.