The Arapahoe County Coroner’s Office said Tuesday that 51-year-old Jody L. Johnson died of smoke inhalation and burns in a fire at her home. Her death has been ruled an accident.
CENTENNIAL |Jury selection in the Colorado theater shooting trial is continuing with attorneys asking prospective jurors about their views on the death penalty and mental illness. As of Tuesday, Judge Carlos Samour had asked 47 potential jurors to return for more questioning. He hopes to have 120 from which to choose 12 jurors and 12 alternates. […]
DENVER | A bill to crack down on cyberbullying faces a tough test Wednesday in the Colorado Senate. The bill would make cyberbullying a misdemeanor harassment charge punishable by as much as $750 in fines and up to six months in county jail. The bill has already passed the Democratic House but has its first hearing […]
Park spokeswoman Kyle Patterson says wildlife managers decided to temporarily close the areas so the birds of prey can nest undisturbed. The closures in the Lumpy Ridge and Sheep Mountain areas started Sunday and are expected to continue through the end of July.
“There is a powerful case to be made that a retailer doing extensive business within a state has a sufficiently substantial nexus to justify imposing some minor tax-collection duty, even if that business is done through mail or Internet,” Kennedy said.
Winter Park Resort and Amtrak announced Tuesday that they were adding a March 15 trip to celebrate the resort’s 75th anniversary after tickets for the first trip sold out in about 10 hours. This time, the 450-plus tickets were gone in nearly four hours.
“As technology moves forward, our privacy is becoming more dear to us,” said the bill sponsor, Rep. Polly Lawrence, R-Littleton.
The National Weather Service reports that Schofield Pass in Gunnison County received 4.5 feet of snow between Friday and Tuesday morning while 4.3 feet was reported at Wolf Creek Ski Area over the same period.
“The way you have conversations, the way you offer options, the way that you give some space, the body language that you portray, the way that you escalate, all of that is part of the training,” Beck said Monday. “I will make judgment on that when I review the totality of the investigation, but on the face of it, it appears they did try all of that.”
Attorneys for Gissendaner, who was convicted of murder in the February 1997 slaying of her husband, said in a filing with the U.S. Supreme Court that a lawyer for the state called them around 10:25 p.m. Monday to say the execution would be postponed several days because the state’s pharmacist had looked at the drug an hour earlier and determined it was cloudy.