Colorado Parks and Wildlife announced the settlement Thursday and said the money would be spent restoring fish habitat in the river.
Ogden’s wife, Phyllis “Amy” Wyatt, told investigators Ogden violently shook the infant to try to stop her crying and then took her to another room. She said she heard pounding or thumping noises coming from that room but did not intervene.
State education officials say the state’s growing teacher shortage affects all Colorado schools, but particularly those in rural areas.
“We are not here to enforce immigration,” Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz told the audience of his department’s stance. “We are not here to detain people for immigration reasons. We are not here to question or investigate an individual’s suspected immigration status. That’s not our role and we’re not going to do that.”
The move by the Bureau of Land Management aims to address longstanding criticism of an often-cumbersome process that dictates development across almost 250 million acres of federal lands, primarily in 12 Western states and the Dakotas
Colorado Parks and Wildlife said Thursday that nine antelope and two deer were shot over two successive nights in mid-November
West Fire Metro Fire Rescue issued a statement Thursday asking for the public’s help in finding out how the fires in the Green Mountain area in Lakewood started
Police say the damage reports came in Wednesday and the vehicles seem to have been shot with the BB gun between 6 p.m. Monday and 1:50 a.m. Tuesday
Farmers who lease the land from the county will be allowed to plant such crops next year but will have to stop using the public land for GMO corn by the end of 2019