“Amendment 70 will inevitably cause layoffs and hurt the very people it is supposed to help,” Hogan said.
The man, James Anthony Draper, 33, is a “person of interest” in the Saturday shooting death of a 29-year-old woman found dead Saturday morning in an apartment on South Memphis Way, police said
The memorial foundation for victims of the Aurora theater shooting received an unexpected $115,000 donation from Aurora’s Colorado Community Church last month, a sum that catapulted the project past its $200,000 goal
The sightings caused officials at the Cherry Creek School District to send a “Robo-call” to parents of Endeavor Academy and Red Hawk Ridge Elementary School students, according to Tustin Amole, spokeswoman for CCSD
The Colorado Department of Human Services announced a new task force last week that will review the system and make recommendations about how to improve it.
More than half the victims who responded —54 percent — said having the trial televised was helpful or somewhat helpful. One positive response said having the trial aired was good because it helped shine a light on what happened that night.
The company’s lawyers say in court filings this month that they need the money to cover the costs of preserving evidence, retrieving and copying records and travel.
State officials have repeatedly refused to tell the public where or how he is being held.
The House Veterans Affairs subcommittee on oversight and investigations is scheduled to hear from three Colorado-based VA officials at the state Capitol Friday
Lisa Teesch-Maguire, one of the prosecutors who handled the case, said she knows of at least three victims who have filed a complaint with the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice arguing the state’s decision to keep the gunman’s location secret violates the Colorado Victims’ Rights Act.