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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - the denver post
Prosecutors say at least one doctor who examined a man on trial in the 2002 killing of a corrections officer found him mentally fit to stand trial.
Xcel Energy plans to buy power from a $200 million solar installation to be built near its power plant in Pueblo County.
One person died and 30 others were injured in a massive pileup on Interstate 25 as a band of heavy snow moved through south Denver on Saturday, authorities said.
Aurora is planning the early release of six municipal jail inmates on Monday - including some with violent records - in a move blamed on the Adams County sheriff.
A former girls' basketball referee accused of inappropriately touching players during games has been sentenced to jail and is required to register as a sex offender.
Police are investigating a double homicide in a northeast Denver home.
The judge in the Colorado theater shooting case has ruled that family and friends of James Holmes cannot ask a jury to spare his life.
Several Aurora residents are suing the city over local tax incentives awarded the Gaylord Rockies Hotel.
Colorado regulators are proposing to eliminate rate and service quality supervision of basic land-line telephone service along the Front Range as part of efforts to cut a $50 million subsidy program.
Attorneys for an inmate charged with a prison slaying have asked the judge to rule out the death penalty after a coroner reclassified another death that put him in prison in the first place.
Adams County commissioners are reinstating a cap on the number of municipal inmates housed at the county jail after local communities filed a lawsuit trying to force the county to accept their prisoners.
A 32-year-old man accused of wounding his estranged wife, killing her neighbor and setting several makeshift explosive devices in southwest Denver has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
A girl hoping to be the first to place in the Colorado high school wrestling tournament has been eliminated from the contest.
The veteran point guard boasts 14-plus years of experience but is also leaving behind a tense situation with his recent team.
The Denver Post, the Greeley Tribune and the Vail Daily won first place awards for general excellence Friday in the annual Colorado Associated Press Editors & Reporters contest.