6 hrs ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
With tragic events such as the Aurora, CO movie theatre shooting , and the Newtown, CT elementary school shooting , it cannot be denied that any and all law enforcement, fire/rescue officials and emergency medical personnel need to be fully trained in an "active shooter", mass casualty scenario.
10 hrs ago | Free Republic
For FReepers that care about murder victims and their families and the injustice that go on within our legal system and now with our piece of crap governor getting involved in the last hour.
14 hrs ago | KREX
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo.- The Colorado State Patrol continues to investigate the fatal crash that took place on Interstate 70, at Milepost 127 on Wednesday.
19 hrs ago | CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV
A deadly motorcycle crash in south Aurora caused major delays for Friday morning commuters, with all southbound lanes on Interstate 225 at a standstill near East Mississippi Avenue.
20 hrs ago | Utility Products
Aurora, CO-Energy management: The Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League has announced the Canadian Standards Association -the standards writing body for Canada-will reference PEARL's Reconditioning Standards in its CSA Z463 Guideline on Maintenance of Electrical Systems.
22 hrs ago | Business Journal
Bill Voloch was comfortable living in Aurora, Colo., but after 16 years, he decided it was time to make a change.
Maurice Gordon says he has not been allowed to baptize jail prisoners with his portable tank since March.
A Denver judge on Tuesday rescinded his order authorizing the county foreclosure auction of an Aurora woman's house, paving the way for the banks she sued in federal court to press for its dismissal.
A psychotic bodybuilder obsessed with Batman's arch nemesis the Joker has admitted carrying out a terrifying unprovoked axe attack on a stranger in a public gym.
Don McBreen, of the Colorado State Patrol in 1961. As a pilot for the patrol, he flew three governors around the state.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has indefinitely delayed the execution of convicted killer Nathan Dunlap, saying that he had doubts about the death penalty, much to the dismay of victims' families and a furious district attorney.
Surveillance cameras caught the image of robbers at the First Bank, 2850 North Quebec St in Denver at 10:30 on March 27.
Jensen then honed his skills the last six years as a bartender, a petri dish of persuasive speaking, with some pitches more effective than others.
John Nielsen'98 of Aurora, Colorado believes the time he spent at Mount Olive College at Seymour Johnson was one of the most significant experiences of his adult life.