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The man who killed Colorado's prisons director was a master manipulator determined to get a gun and enact his longstanding plan for violence, a federal judge said Monday as she sentenced the woman who bought the weapon.
The Colorado House approved a measure giving prisons authority to revoke inmates' earned time for any reason or if they have committed a violent crime while incarcerated.
Colorado's new Corrections Department director is promising to reform solitary confinement policies after spending the night in an isolated cell, an experiment he said left him "feeling twitchy and paranoid."
Colorado prisons would have the power to revoke inmates' earned time for any reason, or if they have committed a violent crime while incarcerated, with a bill given initial approval Thursday in the House.
The Colorado Department of Corrections is asking for more than $500,000 for two dedicated security officers for the prison chief and his wife.
The snow and ice dumped by an unusually severe winter storm were melting, once-frigid temperatures were rising and residents of South Carolina and Georgia finally had begun to relax.
A small earthquake shook South Carolina and Georgia late Friday, shaking homes and rattling residents hundreds of miles away.
Alex Van Pelt may have one of the more unusual assistant coaching jobs in the NFL.
A Colorado parolee suspected of killing the state's prisons chief and a pizza delivery man forced the delivery man moments before his death to read a rambling statement that seemed to denounce prison officials for putting inmates into solitary confinement, according to federal prosecutors.