Michelle Carter, who faces up to 20 years in prison, cried and clutched a handkerchief to her face as Juvenile Court Judge Lawrence Moniz detailed her conduct and the circumstances of Conrad Roy III’s death, but she was stoic when the verdict was formally pronounced. As spectators and members of both the Roy and Carter families left the courtroom, she sat at the defense table, sobbing, while her lawyers tried to comfort her.
A jury deliberated five days before acquitting Officer Jeronimo Yanez in the death of 32-year-old Philando Castile. Yanez shot Castile five times seconds after Castile informed him during a traffic stop that he was carrying a handgun.
DETROIT | A Michigan man who talked trash with Steve Harvey over the Cleveland Cavaliers’ losing in the NBA finals says the comedian went too far when he made fun of Flint’s lead-tainted drinking water during an exchange on his radio show. The city’s mayor and a civil rights group feel the same way and […]
NEW YORK | Yoko Ono, who was previously credited as a co-producer on John Lennon’s “Imagine,” will earn a co-writing credit on the 1971 song. David Israelite, the president and CEO of the National Music Publishers’ Association, said Wednesday at an event that Ono would earn the co-writing recognition on the song 48 years after […]
The Republican technology entrepreneur has largely stayed away from the public eye since assaulting Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs on the eve of the election until he pleaded guilty Monday to the misdemeanor charge.
Fort Carson says the victim is hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.
Steamboat Pilot & Today reported Thursday the western ear of Colorado’s iconic landmark is significantly skinnier and pointier following what appears to be an erosion event at the top of the rock formation.
After a paternity test proved he was her father, she traveled to New Jersey from Littleton to meet him on June 11.
Democratic governors John Hickenlooper of Colorado, John Bel Edwards of Louisiana and Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania added their names to the letter, which argues that “true and lasting reforms are best approached by finding common ground in a bipartisan fashion.” The governors implore the leaders to focus on stabilizing the individual insurance markets, give states flexibility and ensure affordable cover.
“I Stand With Immigrants” will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. at the rotunda at Community College of Aurora’s CentreTech Campus Student Center. The celebration is free and open to the public, and will feature a series of keynote speakers and entertainers, according to a news release on the event.