Saturday May 11
Boulder considers middle-income housing strategy
Boulder has plenty of housing for the well-to-do and concrete policies to provide more housing for those making less than $50,000. What it doesn't have are policies to promote housing for those in the middle, those making between $50,000 and $150,000, officials said in a memo to the City Council.
Trial set for officer who shot Commerce City dog
Christie Mueller of Westminster holds a sign in support of Chloe outside a hearing at the Adams County court in January.
Austin Sigg's attorneys question DNA evidence
Lawyers for the teenager accused of kidnapping, killing and dismembering 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway raised questions Friday about possible DNA contamination in the case.
New slip ramp, pedestrian bridge makes Table Mesa tangle thing of the past
Construction Services worker Nick Halstead walks across the new Table Mesa pedestrian bridge after opening it on Friday, in Boulder The Table Mesa tangle -- aggravatingly familiar to those traveling from Boulder to Denver -- is about to become a thing of the past.
Pizza delivery in Westminster, CO
There are a few pizza places that deliver to Westminster, CO. It's just not anything to get too excited about.
White Lodging plans 21-story downtown Denver hotel
The hotel is to be located on a parking lot at the southeast corner of 14th Street and Glenarm Place, near the Denver Press Club and Colorado Press Association .
Teens plead guilty to placing guns near school
Five juveniles charged in connection with the guns found on the grounds of a suburban Denver high school have all pleaded guilty to various charges, and the district attorney says the case is officially resolved.
Last of five teens sentenced in burglary, Standley Lake HS gun stash
On April 17, a 15-year-old pleaded guilty to burglary and a misdemeanor weapons charge.
Broomfield Realtor pleads not guilty in securities fraud case
A Broomfield real estate agent accused of misusing investor funds for land purchases on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to multiple counts of securities fraud.
It's hard to ask but I need help
Most of you remember a little girl in Westminster, Colorado who was abducted and murdered last October, named Jessica Ridgeway.
Westminster police find parts of unassembled pipe bomb
Authorities used a robot to investigate a possible explosive device in or near a van on 81st Avenue and Federal Boulevard, April 19, 2013.