For seniors, who tend to make more visits to the doctor than younger folks, those quick in-and-out-did-they-even-catch-my-name visits can be especially frustrating
The Durango Herald reports that on Nov. 15, about 110 animals were seized from Elizabeth Miera’s property in southwestern La Plata County. Dogs, a cat, pigs, goats, sheep, horses, a burro, a duck, chickens and cattle were all taken from her as part of the investigation that included multiple state agencies.
The Colorado Democrat told MSNBC’s “MTP Daily” on Monday that Filner tried to pin her against the elevator’s door and kiss her, but she pushed him away
DENVER | Colorado’s highest-ranking legislators responded Tuesday to harassment complaints against lawmakers by announcing a formal review of their procedures for identifying, reporting and resolving sexual misconduct incidents at the Capitol. The announcement by leaders of the Republican-led Senate and Democrat-led House comes after formal complaints were filed against two Democratic state representatives in recent weeks. Two […]
The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that Robert Dear didn’t appear in court Tuesday for the routine update from the state psychiatric hospital. Dear has been in treatment there since he was deemed incompetent in May 2016
The Pueblo Chieftain reports Gardner, at a town hall meeting in Pueblo on Monday, argued that President Barack Obama also wanted to cut taxes. He also reminded everyone President Donald Trump won the popular vote in Pueblo County
The Colorado State Patrol says 39-year-old Jason Schaefer was riding in a pickup with a woman Sunday evening when they had a dispute and she pulled over on the interstate in Fort Collins
According to Aurora police, the shooting happened about 5:15 p.m. Nov. 20, at a home in the 400 block of South Kalispell Way
Kenneth Ray Banks, 22, pleaded guilty Monday to first-degree murder for killing Fallon Devon Dewitt, 34, on Nov. 20, 2015.
Just 54 votes separate retired Air Force Col. Dave Gruber and Tom Tobiassen, the former chairman of the Regional Transportation District. The slim margin was enough to force Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas counties to recount the ballots. State law dictates that if two candidates are within a half-percent of each other the votes must be recounted.