Arrowhead Elementary School in the Cherry Creek School District and Crawford Elementary School in the Aurora School District were each awarded $110,000 grants from the Great Outdoors Colorado to help construct new playgrounds
Investigators arrested 29-year-old Nicholas Locascio for murder in the first degree, based on probable cause, after a two-day investigation. He is being held without bond at the Arapahoe County Detention Facility
The program, dubbed the Aurora Water Cares Customer Assistance Program, will be funded by public donations and late fees generated by residents who don’t pay their bills on time.
27-year-old Samantha Simmons pleaded guilty Wednesday to being an accessory to a crime. As part of a plea deal, she agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and testify in the case’s upcoming trials
The Joint Budget Committee had little option but to cut the amount the state’s hospitals receive under a federal matching grant program that supports their operations
Assistant U.S. Attorney Julia Martinez argued Thursday that 36-year-old Adam Hayat should be held until his trial. The Denver Post reports testimony didn’t make clear if Hayat had plans to harm others, and authorities haven’t said why he planned to set off the explosives in Pueblo
Blowing snow, low visibility and vehicles sliding off the road initially shut down about 400 miles of roads in southern and eastern Colorado early Friday, including Interstate 25 between Castle Rock and Colorado Springs and Interstate 70 across the Eastern Plains. They re-opened but Interstate 25 was shut down in both directions from Walsenburg to New Mexico
Interstate 25 between Castle Rock and Colorado Springs and Interstate 70 from the outskirts of the Denver area to Limon were among the roads closed due to the wet and blowing snow Friday
“This is an incredibly important decision,” said Julia Olson, an attorney for the six teen and pre-teen plaintiffs in the case who sued state regulators seeking stricter rules.