Colorado Springs Independent
MMJ patients, taxes rise; state unveils 'seed to sale' system; more
After hitting a calendar-year low of 14,388 patients in May, the number of people in El Paso County on Colorado's medical-marijuana registry hit a high of 15,591 as of Sept.
Aron Ralston, who amputated arm to escape canyon, jailed in Denver
Aron Ralston in Aspen in 2010 after the Aspen Filmfest's premier of the film "127 Hours".
Child advocates push for more openness in abuse, neglect cases
Lorinda Bailey, left, arrives at court with her attorney Chelsea Reiss, and a police escort, at the Denver Justice Center in Denver.
North Denver Tribune
Denver celebrates 47 child adoptions in honor of National Adoption Day
Hundreds of people gathered at the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse today to witness and celebrate 37 families adopt 47 children in honor of National Adoption Day, a day to celebrate adoptive families while raising awareness for kids still looking for permanent, loving homes.
Adoption day creates smiles and permanent families for 47 Denver kids
Too many times he watched his nephew disappear, leaving his children abandoned and confused.
New Jefferson County school board gets to work
The Jefferson County Board of Education's new members took their seats Thursday and wasted little time in making their voices heard.
Parents accused of keeping boys in filthy apartment due in court
The parents accused of keeping their four young boys in a filthy Denver apartment are expected to appear in court Thursday afternoon.